RADIO EXHIBITON: PASSAGE
A sonic format that explores the liminal space of the broadcast as a room for art.
With five radio-shows taking place every Friday in January, Passage exhibition opens an interface to art, poetry, and performance within the acoustic realm. The series hosted by Cashmere Radio shows Portals and Plus X departs from an understanding of art as a shared sonic space, rendering the artwork an invisible yet present agent. Passage exhibition aims to set a distinct framework apart from visual logic, building on the legacy of radio as a pioneering form of immersive and virtual environments. In this radiophonic Kunstraum, the artwork is stripped of its material heft. Dissolving and expanding its form on air; Passage exhibition activates listeners in their private rooms, through bleeding solitary experiences. Transmitted through soundwaves, the viral sound-image resonates with each listeners’ body and enables instances of empathy, embedding distant bodies into unseen togetherness. Passage exhibition questions the visual as a dominant modality of knowledge acquisition in an era disproportionately dependent upon quantitative assessment of reality and lacking in tools for qualitative understanding. Every Friday at 6pm, a newly commissioned piece is aired, with formats ranging from guided listening experiences to musical genealogies suggesting different ways of ordering the sensible.
01.01.2021, 6pm – 7pm OMSK Social Club x Alexander Iezzi
08.01.2021, 6pm – 7pm Candice Nembhard
15.01.2021, 6pm – 7pm Lensbased Class
22.01.2021, 6pm – 7pm Isabel Lewis
29.01.2021, 6pm – 7pm Astrit Ismaili
The project is funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe.
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