Hearing Voices – Interviews

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

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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