The radio work ‘Magneto Mori: Vienna’ (originally commissioned by Kunstradio) will be presented as part of the RadioPhonie Festival in Toulouse, France in June.
Magneto Mori: Vienna is a fragmented sound portrait of the city constructed from found sounds, buried tapes and field recordings. In this de-composition, sounds from Vienna’s past and present are conjoined in a stew of semi-degraded audiotape.
The piece can be heard at 4.30pm on Saturday, 11th June.
The RadioPhonie festival is an event organized by Campus FM and the Center Culturel Bellegarde.
“For this edition, we have imagined an open program that questions the limits of fiction and documentary, which makes room for first works, more well-known radio signatures, and authors from different geographies. Listening sessions are scheduled in the spaces of the Center Culturel Bellegarde, on loudspeakers inside the building, with headphones comfortably seated in deckchairs in the garden. The youngest will find something to brighten their ears with a program dedicated to them. RadioPhonie is also a live proposal with two sound performances to discover in the auditorium and a sound walk on Sunday.”
When: 10th-12th June, 2022
Where: Centre Cutlturel Bellegarde, 17, Rue Bellegarde (métro Jeanne d’Arc), Toulouse, France.
Tickets: Free entry
For further details and the full programme see here.