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Radiophrenia Live-to-Air: Pagarani & Masimov/Duncombe & Wenborg

Tue 8 February 2022

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A man in an apartment, holding a cello while he adjusts the mixer controls on a table covered with electronic equipment.

Image by Sean Patrick Campbell

All Days Hence by Jens Masimov and Danny Paragani

Combining sound – found and pre-recorded – with improvised music, the piece is an attempt to articulate a disorientating contemporary experience which oscillates between disintegration and a fierce commitment to shared joy, love, and life.

Jens Masimov is a multidisciplinary artist creating ritualistic distortion through an installation and sound based practice. Stemming from a background of rurality, Masimov’s work is an exploration of contextual identities, combined realities, and collective joy.

Danny Pagarani is an artist and musician based in Glasgow. His practice is an ongoing investigation into subjectivity and the gaps that constitute it.

3rd Remove from the Real_ by Lucy Duncombe & Feronia Wennborg

A collaborative work by Lucy Duncombe and Feronia Wennborg exploring contemporary and historical iterations of voice-based technologies in the form of a radio performance narrated by hybrid voice clones and vocal avatars. The piece quietly explores how acts of transposition, translation and analysis of the voice disrupt its relationship to individuals, and alter the interpersonal dimensionality of the voice in conversation. The project is kindly supported by The Hope Scott Trust and Creative Scotland.

Lucy Duncombe is an artist, vocalist and musician, using text and sound to explore the emergence of voice based technologies within the field of synthetic biology.

Feronia Wennborg is an artist, musician and arts programmer based in Glasgow, working interdisciplinary with a focus on sound.

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.

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7:00pm — 9:00pm




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