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radia #620 Put.Use.When.Can & DIE ZWEITE HÄLFTE

by DinahBird for Radio Campus Paris (Paris, F)

radia #620: Put.Use.When.Can
by DinahBird for Radio Campus Paris (Paris, F)

From the buzzing frequencies of Radio Campus Paris, here comes a very cracking and vibrating radio art piece produced by sound artist DinahBird for this week Radia show.

In her words, here is the genesis of the show:
"It is a cold and rainy December evening in Paris and we’re sitting in the studio at Radio Campus Paris, just round the corner from the Place des Vosges. The French radio artist Julia Drouhin is over from Tasmania. We have just finished recording our monthly F-Air Play session, where the artist and composer Ocean Viva Silver set us some sticky questions and we replied as best we could with a selection of field recordings, a thumb piano, voices, a small record player and a melodica. We have 45 minutes left in the studio before the next programme, so we decide to leave the microphones open and to play along to the creaks and squeaks of the studio chair and the friendly buzz of the mixing desk. Never waste a good opportunity we say to ourselves, Put.Use.When.Can."


DIE ZWEITE HÄLFTE präsentiert:
Eine "Radio Campus Paris" Zugabe als fragementarische Athmo-Collage eines Babys.

radia #519: First 100 days
by Julia Drouhin for Radio Campus Paris (Paris, F)

First 100 days in the sound environment of a new born. With a parliament of crows, bats and birds, family and friends.

Julia Drouhin has been working with sound since 2003. She has investigated the haunted air of ghost towns through phono-memory, conducts voodoo sessions with records made of chocolate or ice, has glittered the catacombs of Paris, curated mini-FM events in both France and Spain, and performed with candyfloss clouds. She completed her PhD on the art of walking and radio art at the University of Paris 8 in 2011. In 2014 she won the Giuseppe Englert Prize for which she produced a musical and environmental "Listening Passage" in the mall of Launceston, Tasmania.