Radiophrenia Live-to-Air: Kate Carr, Sally Golding, Catalina Barroso-Luque
Wed 15 May 2019
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Field recordist and sound artist Kate Carr presents a new piece exploring various modes of sonic transmission, from morse code, to long and short wave radio, to sonar, satellite, blue tooth, and wireless. It examines the ephemeral sonic tools we use and the traces these leave as we attempt to reach each other.
Sally Golding is a British-Australian artist creating live immersive audiovisual performances, sound art releases, participatory installations and critical writing. Her work considers participation and liveness in audiovisual art as a mechanism for shared experiences and dialogues examining the role of the audience within new technological contexts.
Catalina Barroso-Luque and Marta Soriano present Tongued Red, a live, narrative voice piece featuring a mouth and two flesh devouring tongues. Interweaving English and Spanish, this erotic monologue explores a linguistic colonisation charted on a sexual, psychological and corporeal terrain.
Commissioned as part of Radiophrenia’s two week long radio broadcasts, brought to you live from their studio at CCA Glasgow. Funded through Creative Scotland’s Open Project Funding with additional support from CCA Glasgow.
Part of Radiophrenia2019
7pm, Free but ticketed, Theatre
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