Radiophrenia: One Day Broadcast
Sat 17 September 2022
Image by Helena Celle
Radiophrenia is a temporary art radio station broadcasting intermittently from CCA in Glasgow. We return for a special one day broadcast to present work delayed by Covid.
Listen online at www.radiophrenia.scot
Dreams in the Worm House by Helena Celle
Musician Helena Celle and her partner visited WORM studios Rotterdam as part of a Radiophrenia residency. They recorded over a day’s worth of improvisation on an optical disc organ. Those recordings were edited down to ninety-nine fragments, then a computer program was written to represent them in a specific manner over the course of two hours. During recording, Helena Celle’s thoughts were occupied by the following: attribution of personhood to the marginal via the radiophonic, animating the inanimate, the early work of The Residents (to whom she owes the kernel of her outlook on life), the uncharacteristically whimsical organ music of Anton LaVey, backmasking and contemporary incidences of satanic panic, Dario Argento’s Suspiria, La Monte Young’s Dream House, and HP Lovecraft’s “Dreams in the Witch House”.
Accompanied: Feeling Death by Thefuries
Sounds exploring the human animal relationship and experiences of death.Multiple narratives plotted along a calendar year of key events, gathered from records of people connected to land and animal from the last couple of centuries.
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