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New podcast: INTERRUPTIONS #20. The Little People In The Radio present... By Anna Friz

link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/curatorial/anna-friz-interruptions/capsula

text+ playlist: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20151110/20Interruptions_eng.pdf

A show riffing on the anachronistic childhood fantasy of the little people who live inside the radio and perform all the voices and sounds heard. Turn on the radio, the little people begin to talk; change the station, and they change their voices. Most basically an exploration of the uses and misuses of the trope of the radio host, taken from archival material, scans of the dial and excerpts of works by radio artists, mixed into a landscape of radiophonic interceptions and interfrequency radio sounds. The result is an investigative bricolage that considers the environment, morphology and taxonomy of the little people inside the radio.

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