Hearing Voices – Interviews

Listen to conversations with some of the featured artists, produced by Earlid’s curator.

Radio’s Art

A gathering to parse through assumptions about what practitioners do in radio, podcasting and all its narrative artistry. The divisions are better when made more blurry. This forum and this platform have the potential to bring camps together and to distill discourse into streams rather than something so rigid as a singular definition. READ the details.

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Radio’s Art

A gathering to parse through assumptions about what practitioners do in radio, podcasting and all its narrative artistry. The divisions are better when made more blurry. This forum and this platform have the potential to bring camps together and to distill discourse into streams rather than something so rigid as a singular definition. READ the details.

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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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Earworms + Radio Voices: In Conversation with Gregory Whitehead

The radio artist talks about his whispered libretto of a Guantánamo Bay torture interrogation log, the morphing of the Star-Spangled Banner and the sung interview of Dick Cheney. READ a conversation.

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Earworms + Radio Voices: In Conversation with Gregory Whitehead

The radio artist talks about his whispered libretto of a Guantánamo Bay torture interrogation log, the morphing of the Star-Spangled Banner and the sung interview of Dick Cheney. READ a conversation.

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Dragan Todorovic – “Who will talk of small towns?”

We become a hostage to the people around us. Calvino is talking about tall cities, gilded cities, rich cities. In small towns, your corners have to be cut. Dragan Todorovic in ‘conversation’ with Calvino. LISTEN.

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Dragan Todorovic – “Who will talk of small towns?”

We become a hostage to the people around us. Calvino is talking about tall cities, gilded cities, rich cities. In small towns, your corners have to be cut. Dragan Todorovic in ‘conversation’ with Calvino. LISTEN.

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Christopher DeLaurenti – “Listening is a giving of mortality.”

Is this a white guy telling Black peoples’ stories? The artist says this formed the backdrop of his composing “Fit the Description: Ferguson 9-13, August 2014.” Listen to a conversation with Christopher DeLaurenti.

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Christopher DeLaurenti – “Listening is a giving of mortality.”

Is this a white guy telling Black peoples’ stories? The artist says this formed the backdrop of his composing “Fit the Description: Ferguson 9-13, August 2014.” Listen to a conversation with Christopher DeLaurenti.

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Daniela Cascella – “To record in words is about sounding a vanishing.”

Writer Daniela Cascella’s latest book yields sonic palimpsests that are written and muted and infiltrate perceptions and dissolve in them.. Here’s a conversation between the artist and Earlid’s curator. LISTEN HERE

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Daniela Cascella – “To record in words is about sounding a vanishing.”

Writer Daniela Cascella’s latest book yields sonic palimpsests that are written and muted and infiltrate perceptions and dissolve in them.. Here’s a conversation between the artist and Earlid’s curator. LISTEN HERE

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Tessie Word – “Painful places are silent places.”

The artist stands before a community that could suddenly be wiped out. Her sound art documents the imagination and reality of a potential disaster along the Oregon coast. Listen to the artist describe her process for composing “Convergence.”

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Tessie Word – “Painful places are silent places.”

The artist stands before a community that could suddenly be wiped out. Her sound art documents the imagination and reality of a potential disaster along the Oregon coast. Listen to the artist describe her process for composing “Convergence.”

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Kevin Allen – “The sound is inescapably internal sounding.”

Walk across a bridge: what do you hear? Out-of-sync sounds and film images allow you to drift between the senses of seeing and listening. Here’s a conversation with the artist. LISTEN HERE

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Kevin Allen – “The sound is inescapably internal sounding.”

Walk across a bridge: what do you hear? Out-of-sync sounds and film images allow you to drift between the senses of seeing and listening. Here’s a conversation with the artist. LISTEN HERE

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Helen White – “I think of it as silence”

When Helen mentions a poem small as a pebble to swirl around the mouth, you follow a trek: words get dragged off a page and travel into the ears. Listen to the artist here.

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Helen White – “I think of it as silence”

When Helen mentions a poem small as a pebble to swirl around the mouth, you follow a trek: words get dragged off a page and travel into the ears. Listen to the artist here.

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