[ARENA] Exposição colectiva sonora/radio streaming: [IN BETWEEN] - Museu das Comunicações

José Baptista jose.baptista novabase.pt
Quinta-Feira, 1 de Julho de 2010 - 14:36:23 WEST


sound pieces

curated and organised by  EDITMAKEMIX

1 | 2 | 3 July


Ana Deus [pt]

Pedro Tudela [pt]

Christoph Korn [de]

Cem Güney [tr]

Cristo Rei [pt]

Christian Fennesz [at]

Carlos Zíngaro [pt]

Tale Twist [br]

Beatriz Albuquerque [pt]

@C: Pedro Tudela +  Miguel Carvalhais [pt]

Marion Woerle: Frau W [de]

Rafael Toral [pt]

Joana Mateus + Manuela São Simão [pt]

Marc Matter [de]

A Cantadora de Contos:Genoveva Faísca [pt]

Pedro Lopes [pt]

Florian Meyer [de]

OTO: Pedro Lopes, Mush Von Namek, Pedro Sousa [pt]

PIRX: Frau W +  Maciej Sledziecki [de]

José Maria Lopes [pt]

VOICEOVER: Marc Matter [de]

Frank Bretschneider [de]

Heitor Alvelos [pt]

Teixeira Barbosa [pt]

Dalila Vaz [pt]

João Bengala [pt]

Muñequito [es]

WHIT: Nuno Moita, Miguel Sá, Pedro Lopes, Fernando Fadigas [pt]

EITR :Pedro Lopes + Pedro Sousa [pt]

João Bengala + Genoveva Faísca [pt]

Susana Chiocca [pt]

AUTODIGEST: Heitor Alvelos [pt]

UN:José Maria Lopes, Heitor Alvelos, Anselmo Canha [pt]

Ricardo Jacinto + Beatriz Cantinho [pt]

Francisco Pina [pt]

Pierre Andrieux [fr]

Institut Fuer Feinmotorik [de]

Anselmo Canha [pt]

João Baeta [pt]

Punk Androids: j. aka João Dorminsky [pt]

Genoveva Faísca [pt]

Out Level [pt]

FREIMTRONIC: Daniel van den Eijkel [de]

Fernando Fadigas [pt]

PI featuring Marianne [pt]

Carlos Santos [pt]

Cui Cui (Box) [fr]

Luís Antero [pt]

Mark Brüderle [de]

Iqbit: Claudio Curciotti [it]

João Dorminsky e Mariana Valença [pt]

Gabriel Fernandini [pt]

Pedro Sousa [pt]

Mush Von Namek [pt]


Sound Exhibition at the Communications Museum in Lisbon
R. Instituto Industrial 16
1200 Lisboa
213 935 000

radio transmissions “in between” programs of RADIA LX 2010

International Radioart Festival - Listen: http://radialx.radiozero.pt 
+ 99.0 MHz (Lisbon)

1 July Opening from 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. with radio transmission alive 
from the Communications Museum.


[IN BETWEEN] radio pieces is a project focusing two different 
platforms: radio web transmissions + 99.0 MHz  and physically as a 
sound exhibition in a small auditorium of the Communications Museum in 
Lisbon, where to each piece is related the artist who produced it with 
its related title.

[IN BETWEEN] radio pieces, is a curatorial project motivated by radio 
art and the desire of challenging artists whose sound production for 
radio would be already a “commonplace”, in some cases, and in others a 
challenge waiting to be thrown.

The special invitation to each of the artists coming from different 
acting areas, who also explore different mediums, was to create a free 
sound piece inspired by their own work and identity, with the 
condition that all the pieces should have one minute only. This minute 
is a time that, due to the imposition of this limitation to all 
artists, reminds us of the old radiophonic jingles also known as 
“separators” transmitted between radio programs.

In this project [IN BETWEEN] it was assumed the potential of 
subverting the idea of “radio separator” repeated between the several 
programs, becoming an unusual transmission of many short time moments 
which may surprise because of the different contents of these pieces.

The need of showing the mentioned pieces decontextualized from those 
radiophonic moments, is related with the necessity and possibility of 
listening to each piece along with the artist’s name and the title of 
the piece, the authorship of each artist invited as well as his 
identity, revealed in one minute of sound.

At the same time, this possibility of  a “listening room” for the 
sound pieces, motivates also more attention in this acousmatic field 
which the radio itself already enables but an intimistic dark room 
with a good acoustics is more suitable to this kind of sound 
subtleties which, depending on the aesthetics of each artist, may go 
from the  noise to the near silence, passing by concrete sounds and 
field recordings, produced by visual artists and/or musicians, in a 
very plastic way, sometimes low-fi but always assumed. Singers voices 
from tales and poetry, pop music, sound collages and glitchy techno 
minimal and moments of Portuguese and French punk rock, ten strings 
Portuguese guitar with voices, experimental soundscapes, excerpts from 
performances which now, decontextualized from the moment of its 
presentation becomes intriguing sound pieces where the total silence 
is also welcome as a radiophonic possibility…



Sound art exhibition held at the small auditorium of the 
Communications Museum.

Free entrance event.


Opening hours:

1, 2 July (Thursday and Fryday) – 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

3 July (Saturday) – 2 p.m. - 6 p.m.



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