What You See.Radio
In June 2016 during a Bio Arts society residency in Kilpisja ...
2017 is with us, whatever that may bring. The radio people are settling down for some good listening, some are hibernating, whilst others plot for the Spring. We are delighted to have taken part this January in radioCona: wolFMoon FM exhibition and events with a new, broadcast only version of our installation piece 'The HUM' created specially for Radio Revolten 2016 and the Metamorphosis of Radio exhibition.
Meanwhile in Leeds a new soundtrack for King Kong (1933) has just been released, in February we performed as a part of Agnès de Cayeux's 'Fréquences Subacquatiques' at the Pompidou Centre, and 'What You See', our commissioned piece for Radiophrenia 2016 will be broadcast at the Borealis experimental music festival in Bergen in March.
Radio Space is the most definitely The Place.
We are delighted to have taken part in Alan Dunn’s reworking of the King Kong score for The King and I (26 January 2017 – 19 February 2017) exhibition in Leeds.
The King And I is an exhibition of artists’ responses to the current presence in Leeds of Nicholas Monro’s sculpture of King Kong, on the steps of the Henry Moore Institute as part of the exhibition, City Sculpture Projects 1972.