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Moonah Community Radio – constallationsOuverture

Your Voices, Your Stories
a temporary community radio station produced and operated by radio queens Sisters Akousmatica. (Phillipa Stafford + Julia Drouhin)
21 November – 14 December 2019
Moonah Arts Centre, Tasmania

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Broadcasting will begin at 1800 (AEDT) 21st November  on 97.1FM in the local area and streaming at http://mixlr.com/sistersakousmatica. The project will begin with a live to air Welcome to Country by lutruwita/Tasmania-based artist and proud aboriginal woman, Janice Ross and performances by Dani Kirby and Mat Ward, and Wes Millstone.

Broadcasts will continue until 14 December, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 1100 – 1500 AEDT.
ConstallationsOuverture will be played on Thursday 28 November between 1100 – 1500 AEDT .

Mixage: Annie Abrahams.
Voices: Annie Abrahams, Alix Desaubliaux, Pascale Barret.
Laughs: Alice Lenay, Gwendoline Samidoust, Alix Desaubliaux, Annie Abrahams and Carin Klonowski.
Music: “Ouverture 14” by Jan de Weille.

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ConstallationOuverture in Radio Play

Radio Play invites peers working across disciplines and around the world to share audio work. Tune in to an evening of tricky thinking, new sounds and unlikely connections – including work by Annie Abrahams, Rachael Murray, Paige Silverman and Sleepwalk Collective.

Listen in live online Sunday 25 Aug. 7pm UTC+01 via channingtatum. CHANNING TATUM: a project by Rohanne Udall & Paul Hughes

While listening to ConstallationOuverture Rohanne and Paul will (probably) read the Methodology of ConstallationS.
ConstallationOuverture Mixage: Annie Abrahams. Voices: Pascale Barret, Alix Desaubliaux, Annie Abrahams. Laughs: Alice Lenay, Gwendoline Samidoust, Alix Desaubliaux, Annie Abrahams and Carin Klonowski. Music: “Ouverture 14” by Jan de Weille. ConstallationOuverture is online here.

The podcast is now online via Applepodcast.
Direct link: https://tatenlyle.com/2019/09/03/radio-play-7/
From 1:21 Rohanne and Paul talk about ConstallationOuverture. At around 1:35 Rohanne reads the Methodology of Constallations.

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Kaj misliš s tem? / What do you mean? – sound piece

Sound piece after : On April 17th 2014 there was a performance Kaj misliš s tem? / What do you mean? at Kult3000, Metelkova, Ljubljana, with Annie Abrahams, Martina Rusham, Jana Wilcoxen and Chantal van Mourik.

Annie, Jana, Chantal and Martina wrote text, using only their mothertongue, about their experience of living in a country where they couldn’t speak their monthertongue and had to learn a new language. They used a shared textpad. They translated their text phrase by phrase via Google in Slovenian. The Slovenian text was fed to Alpineon’s TTS software made by Proteus and diffused live to the performance public. Brane Zorman recorded this sound.

Yet another translation into English gave a poem called You have to accept (a FEW times). New language that you can find here.

The soundpiece was presented in the exhibition Mie lahkoo pomagate ? (can you help me ?) from 21 October to 7 November 2014 in Aksioma Project Space, in Ljubljana. Production CONA.

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Upcoming

 

  • 12/10 – 25/01 Exposition Angry Women take1 in Hadaly et Sowana, cyborgs et sorcières, l’Espace Gantner, Centre d’Art Contemporain, Bourogne.
  • 30-31/01 2020 du centre au milieu Workshop ReadingClub et Distant Movements, Laboratoire LITT&ARTS, Université de Grenoble Alpes.
  • janvier-mai Constallationss Annie Abrahams, Pascale Barret, Alix Desaubliaux, Alice Lenay, Carin Klonowski et Gwendoline Samidoust.

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