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In tempo di crisi

Durante la residenza alla FAP (Fondazione Aurelio Petroni), l’artista invitata Anna Raimondo ha raccolto una serie di frasi d’incoraggiamento a San Cipriano Picentino (Sa) attraverso le voci dei suoi abitanti. Frasi, parole e proverbi, dati o ricevuti, che hanno spronato queste persone in un momento della loro vita.
Queste registrazioni sonore saranno  poi diffuse nelle strade del paese riadattando il sistema della vendita ambulante locale di frutta e verdura attraverso l’uso di un camioncino munito di un megafono che, pur ripercorrendo il suo percorso abituale, proporrà  Domenica 17 Agosto degli incoraggiamenti gratis.
Attraverso la diffusione sonora e l’ascolto, gli incoraggiamenti contamineranno lo spazio urbano di San Cipriano.

Grazie a Chiara, Nanninella, Immacolata, Geraldina, Nanda, Isabella, Samantha, Antonietta, Younes, Federico, Paolo, Michele, Don Giuann’, Niccolò, Luca, Antonio, Felipe, Francesco, Gerardo, Paolo, Anna, Alessandro, Julie, Alessandro, Flora, Giulio, Jhonny, Marco, Marina, Sabatino.
con la signora Flora

© Chiara Caterina

Il était une voix

Réalisation: Anna Raimondo
Mixage sonore: Corinne Dubien
Voix off: Floriane Pochon

visuel IEUV final

 “Il était une voix” est un espace où une variété d’auditeurs de radio – provenant de différentes générations et aux profils variés – sont invités à donner un visage et de la chair à une voix radiophonique qui a marqué l’histoire de la radio belge.
A partir d’un travail de recherche effectué dans les archives de la radio, la réalisatrice a choisi une voix d’animateur  ayant marqué l’histoire de la radio belge.
Elle a demandé ensuite aux auditeurs d’écouter, d’imaginer, puis de décrire minutieusement la personne qui incarne cette voix radiophonique et a enregistré leurs réponses.

Une creation radiophonique realisée pour “les 100 ans de la radio” grace à l’aide de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles.
En partenariat avec la Sonuma, l’acsr et Radio Panik

Dear friends and colleagues I am happy to announce that my sound work “La vie en bleu” has won the first prize in the category of soundscapes of PIARS- Sonic Arts Awards 2014.
“La vie en bleu” is a production by Kunstradio Radiokunst.
Sound mixing by Tony Regnauld

Chers ami(e)s et collegues je suis contente de vous faire partie que ma pièce “La vie en bleu” a gagné le prix comme meilleur paysage sonore aux PIARS – Sonic Arts Awards 2014.
“La vie en bleu” c’est une production de Kunstradio Radiokunst.
Avec le mixage de Tony Regnauld

You can hear it here:
https://soundcloud.com/annaraimondo/la-vie-en-blue

Performance de Rossella Biscotti: The Trial

WIELS  Centrum voor Hedendaagse Kunst  Bruxelles
07.06.2014, 12:00–18:00

Dans le cadre de l’exposition, Rossella Biscotti propose une remise en scène du procès du ‘7 avril’ contre les membres du mouvement de gauche révolutionnaire Autonomia Operaia via une pièce sonore : 23 personnes engagées dans la société au niveau local réactiveront le procès en traduisant une sélection des enregistrements du tribunal de manière simultanée, de l’italien vers le français et le néerlandais. Parmi les prévenus, on retrouve les philosophes Antoni Negri et Paolo Virno ainsi que d’autres intellectuels accusés d’être responsable idéologiquement et moralement des actions terroristes dans l’Italie de la fin des années 1970.

In the framework of the exhibition, Rossella Biscotti presents a six hour re-enactment of the ‘7 April’ trial, against the members of the leftist revolutionary movement Autonomia Operaia, during which 23 local agents will reactivate an editing of the courtroom recordings by means of live translation from Italian to French and Dutch. The defendants included philosophers as Antonio Negri and Paolo Virno, and other intellectuals accused of being ideologically and morally responsible for Italian terrorism as it developed in the 1970s.

Participants / Deelnemers
Avec / With

Lorenzo Benedetti
Daniel Blanga-Gubbay
Claudia Bonamini
Gaia Carabillo
Andrea Cavazzini
Alessandra Coppola
Simona Denicolai
Jean-François Gava
Anne Herla
Sonja Lavaert
Iris Marano
Amandine Mélan
Giovanni Melogli
Stefan Pollak
Anna Raimondo
Anna Rispoli
Valeria Roveda
Elena Saraceno
Leonardo Sforza
Serge Vandiepenbeeck
Sarah Vantorre
Duccio Viani
Allan Wei

The Trial
Performance par / door / by Rossella Biscotti
07.06.2014
12:00 – 18:00

WIELS
Centrum voor Hedendaagse Kunst │Centre d’Art Contemporain
354 Av Van Volxemlaan B-1190 Brussel│Bruxelles
T +32 (0)2 340 00 56 │M +32 (0)471 26 38 09
http://www.wiels.orgteresa@wiels.org

Gratuit avec ticket d’entrée / Gratis mits toegangticket / Free with entrance ticket

Download the schedule of the trial here


Il mio ultimo documentario radiofonico ”C’era una volta il telefono”, prodotto da Tre Soldi (Rai Radio 3), sarà diffuso in 5.1 il 28 Maggio, alle 18,00 al Nuovo Cinema Aquila per il Premio Audiodoc 2014.

‘C’era una volta il telefono”

di Anna Raimondo, anno: 2014, durata: 40′, paese: Italia,

produzione: rai radio3, sound mixing: Corinne Dubien

Memorie sonore dell’arrivo del telefono nelle case napoletane. Come “suonava” la voce dall’altra parte della cornetta? Com’era parlare per la prima volta al telefono? Chi erano le commutatrici? E come si comunicava prima del suo arrivo?

Scherzi, telefonate anonime e d’amore colorano questi ricordi, evocando un tempo non lontano, fatto di cornette pesanti, suonerie troppo forti, gettoni telefonici e tastiere.

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Consultate il ricco programma sul sito di Audiodoc http://www.audiodoc.it/news.php?id_news=229&lang=1

http://www.cinemaaquila.com/film/cera-una-volta-il-telefono/

Beyond Voice
Me, you and everyone who is listening

A solo show by Anna Raimondo
With a critical response by Lucia Farinati

23.04.2014 – 28.06.2014
opening 23.04.2014 from 6:30 p.m

 

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Beyond Voice explores the relational horizon of voice and its linguistic and political implications.Me, you and everyone who is listening are the implicated subjects of a journey that starts whenever we hear the call. But who is calling?
 
It has often been said that the voice stands at the intersection of body and language, but this intersection, as Mladen Dolar has remarked, belongs to neither. Although voice can be described in terms of pure sound phenomena (the sound emitted through the cavities of the body) its common (or essential) destination is speech: phonemes, words, sentences, in short, language. Voice can also be understood, in a metaphorical sense, as the process of giving an account of yourself, a gesture, if not a desire, to tell who you are, before telling what you are. Voice is, in this sense, the embodied expression of uniqueness. Beyond linguistic structure and articulation it is always the manifestation of human singularity.
 
Anna Raimondo has traversed the urban space in order to enter or intrude into others’ acoustic territories. She has declaimed her personal statements in the street and collected written encouragements from women that have been inspired by other women. She has created a playlist for a “Gender Karaoke” and also arranged a special mix of arousing sounds that everyone can play and activate through their own portable device. Who is calling here, is the performative voice of the artist, a voice that invokes, interrogates and provokes the other through body gestures, recorded utterances, sonic interventions and linguistic détournements. As the artist states:  “I am not interested in the pure sonic dimension of voice, but above all in the implications of voice”.
 
By embracing the very idea of listening as the moment of sharing and inter-subjectivity, this exhibition brings together a new body of video and audio works in which the boundaries of public and private experience are investigated and overturned. Departing from radio and immerging herself in the flow of everyday life, Beyond Voice is not a metaphysical journey, the mere solipsistic act of hearing oneself speaking, but an invitation to take part in the complex and contagious process that listening to voice(s) implies. A gesture launched into the air which implicates the listener with his/her own answers and response(abilities).
 

Anna Raimondo is an Italian artist based in Brussels. In 2012, she completed a MA in Sound Arts at the London College of Communication (University of the Arts). Since then, she has been invited to several international exhibitions and festivals including the 5th Marrakech Biennale (Ma); Espace (IM) Media in Sporobole Art Center (Sherbrooke, Ca); Dirty Ear at Errant Bodies (Berlin, De); the public art festival Paraphrasing Babel (Maastricht, Nl); Ruído Branco at the Jaqueline Martins Gallery (São Paulo, Br); the Nouzah Fenia – Festival de Casablanca (Ma). Her radiophonic works have been broadcast in different countries and languages: Kunst Radio (At); Deutschlandradio Kultur (De); ArteRadio (Fr); Rai (It) ; RTBF (Be). Her curatorial projects mainly focus on sound and radio art and have been presented in such venues as the V&A Museum (London, Uk) and Le Cube-Independent Art Room (Rabat, Ma). With Younes Baba-Ali, she co-curates Saout Radio, a platform for sound and radio art based in Morocco. With Amélie Agut, she initiated the itinerant radio project on sonic memories, Echoes. Raimondo’s research explores listening as both a political and aesthetic experience, using sound as a tool to create relational spaces. By voice, language and sonic ambulation, in-between performance and interventions in public space, her work proposes a negotiation between verbal and non-verbal communication, while inviting the audience’s active involvement.

Lucia Farinati (It/Uk) is an independent curator based in London and the Director of Sound Threshold, an interdisciplinary curatorial project that explores the relationships between site, sound and text. She studied on the Curatorial Programme at Goldsmiths College, (London, Uk), Public Art and European Cultural Planning at De Montfort University, (Leicester, Uk) and History of Art and Aesthetics at the Faculty of Humanities, University of Trento (It). She has collaborated with many sonic art projects and radio initiatives including Dirty Ear Forum, bip bop, Sound Proof 5, Errant Bodies, Audio Arts, e-Xplo, Resonance 104.4 FM, Institution of Rot, Radio Papesse and Radio Arte Mobile. She co-edited Transmission, a book commissioned by Sound and Music for the 8th edition of the Cut & Splice Festival, (London, Uk) 2010 and is currently researching and writing The Force of Listening, a book on the role of listening in contemporary conjunctions between art and activism.

 
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