Monday, October 16, 2006

Travelling trough aether

"In 1927 a writer in the Radio Times declared it unsurprising that poets should write about radio, ‘for the new magic, which pours the music of the concert room into the stillness of the cottage and brings the song of nightingales into the heart of Town, is of the very stuff of poetry.’ That early fascination with the power of the invisible waves that transmit thoughts around the globe persists, and continues to draw activities from artists who find that the kinship of both forms as purveyors of ‘pictures in the mind’ remains a unique one in the constantly evolving development of electronic media"

Still Anaphoric, Sam Renseiw recorded Eva W. setting-up her large collection of radios before the performing of anfor[a].View the etheric piece by clicking here, or enter the bandwith above. (patafilm # 275, 01'39'', 7.6 MB, Quicktime/mov - Streaming Flash version at


Blogger Hekla said...

Hi Sam, This clip reminds me of the fantastic musictheater; seaven tales of misery. Wauw I am more than greatfull for your good advice. It was sold out quickly after. I went there with my boyfriend totally open and not knowing that within 30 minutes I would participate in the most weird exsperience ever in my life,playing my part of the game fully and convincing and to the extend that I actually cried at one point (some little redhead fairy kidnapped my man for 1 hour) Found out later he was departed to palaestine. wauw man...

Monday, October 16, 2006 8:16:00 pm  
Anonymous sam said...

yes. indeed.
signa's performances always leave you flabberghasted !

Tuesday, October 17, 2006 3:38:00 pm  
Anonymous SAM said...

This clip, by the way, was a performance a close friend of mine staged for kulturnatten at holmen, featuring eva and her 40 radios, henrik d-jaying, martin on v-jay, and emma and her two dancers spinning off, all at once. great improvisation. more clips in some days... but first off to a new location....( VERY close to amelie)

Tuesday, October 17, 2006 3:42:00 pm  
Blogger Hekla said...

sounds cool. We saw a great performance at glyptoteket... did you stop reading my blog or just dont have any coments? I am beginning to think you where my only audience

Wednesday, October 18, 2006 7:52:00 pm  
Blogger Hekla said...

going to london for 4 days for the first time in my life, cant wait to get there in the morning - staying at modern hyde park hotel. do you know any cool jazzplaces etc.?

Wednesday, October 18, 2006 7:54:00 pm  
Anonymous Juancho said...

Great video, Sam.

Tuesday, October 24, 2006 1:52:00 pm  

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