12.11. – 15.11.20

Raus aus der Sprache (Break Free From Language)


Time  15 – 20

All pro­grams will be broad­cast on Corax (RC, 95,9), UKW 87,5 (cove­ring the vici­ni­ty of D21 Artspace) and/or Radio Blau (RB, 99,2). and here:

Schedule (12 November—22 December 2020) available here for download.

Archive available here.

Inventing voices, codes, sounds, lan­guages. Finding lan­guages. Do we under­stand it yet, or don’t we under­stand it anymore?

Thursday, 12 November 2020
Live Performance (RB & RC)
How does one inau­gu­ra­te a radio?
Geräuschkulisse “Poly-Sync”. Radio whe­re­ver you are

19:00–22:00 Live Performance (RB & RC)
Unprofessional music by Felix Kubin and Richard von der Schulenburg
‘Riccardo’ (Richard von der Schulenburg) and ‘Frantic’ (Felix Kubin) play unpro­fes­sio­nal music. “We scream, we are vul­gar, we shoot, we are bru­tal. Everything works out as usu­al, only the geta­way car won’t start.” (Klaus Ziss)

Friday, 13 November 2020
15:00—18:00 Radio Program (RC)
Die Radiostimme (The Radio Voice)

18:00—19:00 Uhr Live Performance
Serpentine Waves
Claire Serres
Serpentine Waves by Claire Serres is a song of ges­tu­res. A live com­po­si­ti­on in front of the micro­pho­nes that com­bi­nes lyri­cal voices, vibrant screams, spo­ken words and body sounds.

19:00—20:0 Radio Program (RB)
Auch schön (Also Nice)—Lab time

Saturday, 14 November 2020
15:00—16:00 Live Performance (RB)
h from homonimemorimorph
by Jasmina Al-Qaisi
A com­bi­na­ti­on of text for lan­guage and sound poet­ry for radio by Jasmina Al-Qaisi. Audio sou­ve­nirs and a minia­tu­re archi­ve that will be crea­ted live on radio.

16:00—17:00 Radio Program (RB)
“wal­king scientist”
with Jasmina Al-Qaisi
Radio plays and sound poetry

17:00—18:00 Live Performance vs. Radio Programm (RB)
Radio lab
with Claire Serres & Jasmina Al-Qaisi

18:00—20:00 Radio Program (RB)
Die Radiostimme II (The Radio Voice II)

Sunday, 15 November 2020
15:00—20:00 Radio Program (RB)
Ge- und erfun­de­ne Sprachen (Languages, Found and Invented)
with Mara May (Gibberish Whispers), Ivor Kallin (Smoo),  HGB Leipzig stu­dents Tianxu Liu, Subhi Shami and Alicia Franzke, and others.
Radio as a mass medi­um over­co­mes bor­ders and spans dif­fe­rent lan­guages. In the radio lab, lan­guages are intert­wi­ned, re-work­ed, inven­ted, and inter­pre­ted. In the cour­se of five hours, fif­ty dif­fe­rent methods are used to bring new lan­guages to the radio.