Hearing Voices – Interviews

Listen to and, in some cases, read conversations with many of the featured artists. Produced/remixed/conducted by Earlid’s curator.

Static Spirit: Mollye Bendell

“Focusing on the physicality of those electronics became fascinating as opposed to a means-to-an-end. After I had built a few, I just started wondering how I could screw them up.”

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Static Spirit: Mollye Bendell

“Focusing on the physicality of those electronics became fascinating as opposed to a means-to-an-end. After I had built a few, I just started wondering how I could screw them up.”

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Requiem for Radio: Amanda Dawn Christie

“Listen here,” the artist seems to beg of our curiosity via shortwave signals, drone tones, theremin twangs, even cow bones morphed into lo-fi transmitting loop antennas on a newly made cello. Read More…

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Requiem for Radio: Amanda Dawn Christie

“Listen here,” the artist seems to beg of our curiosity via shortwave signals, drone tones, theremin twangs, even cow bones morphed into lo-fi transmitting loop antennas on a newly made cello. Read More…

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The Clouds Should Know Me By Now

Myke Dodge Weiskopf listens wherever there’s a signal. Explore his process around field recording, sound archaeology and his myriad shortwave expeditions.
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The Clouds Should Know Me By Now

Myke Dodge Weiskopf listens wherever there’s a signal. Explore his process around field recording, sound archaeology and his myriad shortwave expeditions.
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Haunting: A Conversation with Karen Werner

But you and even me as listener are not the same as this invisible witness inside the piece. We are hovering somewhere groundless. Are we the ghosts? READ

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Haunting: A Conversation with Karen Werner

But you and even me as listener are not the same as this invisible witness inside the piece. We are hovering somewhere groundless. Are we the ghosts? READ

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Lost among the Penny Dreadfuls – Marjorie Van Halteren

A podcaster-sound artist discerns why we listen and why we compose via a duet with herself—an audible message, slipped into a bottle and sailed over the ocean. LISTEN.

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Lost among the Penny Dreadfuls – Marjorie Van Halteren

A podcaster-sound artist discerns why we listen and why we compose via a duet with herself—an audible message, slipped into a bottle and sailed over the ocean. LISTEN.

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Leaf Catching ~ Magnus Genioso

“We remix everyday ambience … we throw out more and more of those weird-shape leaves … now did this work?” LISTEN.

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Leaf Catching ~ Magnus Genioso

“We remix everyday ambience … we throw out more and more of those weird-shape leaves … now did this work?” LISTEN.

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Transmission

Sounds, imagined and voiced, construct a blended conversation in six parts between three podcasters upending generic storytelling genres:

 

Lily Sloane
Garrett Tiedemann
Nick van der Kolk

 

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Transmission

Sounds, imagined and voiced, construct a blended conversation in six parts between three podcasters upending generic storytelling genres:

 

Lily Sloane
Garrett Tiedemann
Nick van der Kolk

 

LISTEN.

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Interpelled: A Conversation with Victoria Estok

“As a sound artist and environmental worker, I believe sound and voice can interrupt, influence, and ultimately intervene at key moments in ways other intervention art strategies can’t.” READ the conversation.

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Interpelled: A Conversation with Victoria Estok

“As a sound artist and environmental worker, I believe sound and voice can interrupt, influence, and ultimately intervene at key moments in ways other intervention art strategies can’t.” READ the conversation.

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Radiation Day: In Conversation with Anna Friz

The northern Chilean desert summoned transmission artist Anna Friz into its prodigious sweep last summer. She traveled with mics, VLF receivers, contact mics and hydrophones—knowing that some of this gear as well as the interior cogs of our mobile gadgets—is comprised of the very trace elements being extracted from the desert beneath her feet. LISTEN in on the conversation.

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Radiation Day: In Conversation with Anna Friz

The northern Chilean desert summoned transmission artist Anna Friz into its prodigious sweep last summer. She traveled with mics, VLF receivers, contact mics and hydrophones—knowing that some of this gear as well as the interior cogs of our mobile gadgets—is comprised of the very trace elements being extracted from the desert beneath her feet. LISTEN in on the conversation.

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Caroline Bergvall: “There’s a muscularity to the text.”

Interdisciplinary artistry allows for a transmission of voice and body and breath. And to the ears, it spirals into cadence. Breath. Voice. Throb. Pulse. Beat. LISTEN.

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Caroline Bergvall: “There’s a muscularity to the text.”

Interdisciplinary artistry allows for a transmission of voice and body and breath. And to the ears, it spirals into cadence. Breath. Voice. Throb. Pulse. Beat. LISTEN.

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