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This Beautiful Shot is Not an Accident

Nov 14, 2019

Today I’m talking to French author and artist Mathilde Ramadier about the power of observation and the importance of listening to nature. Mathilde has written about work, sexism and most recently deep ecology. The foundation of much of her writing is taking time to be aware of what is happening around us. In France, a...


Oct 31, 2019

Today I’m talking to French musician, improviser and composer, Marion Ruault. While she has studied jazz, classical and many forms of world music and performed in various collaborations around Europe, during her two years living in Berlin, Marion focused on expanding her improvisational practices.

We spoke about the...


Oct 16, 2019

In this episode, I talk to French noise artist, Mathieu Sylvestre about listening.  As an artist, he plays live experimental works and sometimes composes for film and theater. When composing for others, he speaks about the challenge of translating what is heard and felt by one person to another. He suggests that the act...


Oct 3, 2019

In the spring of 2019 I attended a Tree Sound Walk organized by French artist Karine Bonneval, who works on the topic of human-plant relations. She was as artist-in-residence at the Berlin gallery, Gru_nd with her project, De’jardiner, or De-Gardening. We spoke about her work in finding ways to help humans share...


Sep 19, 2019

 

In this episode I spoke with composer, performer, and media artist Pamela Z, about her process of collecting sounds to create compositions, using samples from the environment, interviews and her own voice. Her practice has shown her that observing is an active role. We spoke about how a work is not truly...