radia #594: o u r t i m e t o g e t h e r by Isabelle Stragliati & DIE ZWEITE HÄLFTE
radia #594 & radia #470 exquisite corpse for radio campus paris
an audio collage / a radio piece / a sound diary/an impression / a perception of this very time/July 2016
“What is the chance to meet through experiences, events, etc. ? It seems that time is what will ensure that we can meet.”
Gibus in Le Jardin, Radio Brume – Grenoble, 1998
with field recordings and voice by Isabelle Stragliati, a few vinyl rareties, and excerpts from the following tapes archives and pieces:
DJ Sprinkles – Sloppy 42nds (IS Orlando Tribute Version)
Sloppy 42nds is A Tribute to the 42nd Street Transsexual Clubs Destroyed by Walt Disney’s Buyout of Times Square
On IS Orlando Tribute Version, Sloppy 42nds is stretched 12.0616 times
Ultra Red – Cruise Control
Ultra-red defends the LA park gay cruising scene on their vinyl debut, ‘Ode to Johnny Rio’
Le Jardin (Radio Brume, Grenoble, 1998) with the voices and works from Sophie Decoret, E.N.O.S., Emmanuelle, Gibus
Julian Beck – Je n’ai pas le droit de voyager sans passeport
Gongs of Cambodia and Laos, recorded by Laurent Jeanneau – Kink Gong
Suaves Figures – Nouveaux Gymnastes
Augusto de Campos – Cidade City Cité
Ultra-Red – Movement for Airports-Single Version
Chang Fo Ji, recorded by Laurent Jeanneau – Kink Gong
Square Dance – Jerome Tillié à L’Eurovision : Luxembourg 2001 Instrumix
And extracts from the following texts:
Voisins / Neigbors by Dorothy Allison
Chez moi by Philippe Corbé
Don Quichotte / Don Quixote by Kathy Acker
Vision myope depuis la Baie des Anges by Charles Danzig
Extra snippet from lasonotheque.org
Isabelle Stragliati is a sound artist, field recordist, radio producer, musician and dj living in Grenoble (France).
Coming from the visual arts, she turned to the medium of sound in 2002 through DJing, as an extension of her approach to film editing (under the moniker Rescue). She then practiced numerous aspects of radio production ( radio host, producer, music programmer, technician and program director) before reconciling it with her creative work. Her productions use field recording, documentary, musique concrète or techno, and have been broadcast on national radios (France Culture, Radio Campus France), in festivals and events in Europe (Longueur d’Ondes, Futura, Brouillage, Take You There in France, Radiophrenia in Scotland, CinemaInYourHead in Luxembourg) and in contemporary art centers (CNAC de Grenoble, La Criée à Rennes, Casino Luxembourg).
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DIE ZWEITE HÄLFTE
First radia show by Radio Campus Paris.
Il Radia Show di questa settimana arriva da un nuovo membro della rete, Radio Campus, la radio della Libera Università di Bruxelles; prende spunto dal gioco cadavre exquis inventato dai surrealisti a Parigi nel 1925, un espediente letterario per la composizione corale di testi.
Buon ascolto e benvenuta Radio Campus!
The first Campus Paris programme for the Radia network is a cadavre exquis or exquisite corpse inspired by the Surrealist game invented in Paris in 1925. It is similar to the game Consequences in which players write in turn on a sheet of paper, fold it to conceal part of the writing, and then pass it to the next player for a further contribution. This version takes the exquisite body not only as technique but also the inspiration for the piece.
Regular Campus Paris contributors have teamed together to produce a series of short audio sequences and will only hear the whole programme at the end when the segments are unfolded and revealed to the listener.
Face & Brain by Mélanie Péclat
Chest & Arms by Joyce Conroy-Aktouche & François Bordonneau
Stomach Charles-Henri Despeignes.
Legs & Feet by Marine Beccarelli & Lise Come
Skin & Bones by Charlène Nouyoux
Special thanks to Dinah Bird, indispensable oxygen.
Featuring young Kothari, still in utero (it’s a boy!)