This week’s edition of Sound Out – 2:30pm – Carole Finer presents the second of three programmes about her visit to the Appalachian String Band Festival at Camp Washington Carver. Located on top of a mountain in the New River Gorge area of West Virginia, this annual musicians’ get-together is known simply as Clifftop. Wavelength at 2:30pm features a series of 12 “radio painting” by Leonardo Vargas. With healthcare a key battleground in this year’s US presidential election, Tim Abbott talks to Sara Culwell, an American healthcare activist from 3:30pm. As part of Sao Paulo Biennial, Kiki Mazzucchelli and guests present and discuss contemporary Brasilian sound-art in OIDARADIO Conversations at 4:00pm. OIDARADIO Conversations is a collaboration between Resonance104.4fm in London and Mobile Radio BSP in São Paulo. This week, Kiki talks to Colombian curator and Latin American art historian Natalia Valencia Arango.
strings from the Appalachian’s, radio painting, health and disability in the USA, Brasilian sound art – afternoon highlights
October 5th, 2012 · 1 Comment