Podcast: Download (Duration: 58:52 — 104.4MB)Subscribe: Google Podcasts | Email | RSS | MoreThe Train Rolls On. Chris Marker’s Le Train En Marche (1971) First the eye, then the cinema, which prints the look…. A stunned episodepost tory election landslide,in…
From lockdown we take a phantom stroll with Jimmy Fox, inspired by Walter Benjamin, who, drawing on the poetry of Baudelaire, made the Flâneur an emblematic archetype of the modern urban experience. The Flâneur of course evolved into the psychogeographer via Guy debord and his theory of the derive, to Iain Sinclair in twentieth century London, to the pandemic aetheric and haunted steps of Zigmund Freud’s great great grandson Jimmy Fox.
Performed by humans, Produced by birds.
An international phone conversation, London to Berlin, with Elo Masing representing Berlin based WIG (improvisational trio), and Simon Tyszko in London, discussing the world’s first musical transcription produced by birds,
Music For Birds by WIG, and It’s genesis within the glamorous and rarefied world of cross species art with avian tandem Kakaduu.Agapornis Fischeri, better known by the artist name Kakaduu, is originally from Central Africa and now based in Berlin, Germany. They established themselves as artists in London, UK, where they lived from 2010 to 2015.
From Chile to Chatham both haunted and alive.
Some field recordings and ambient sounds from summer 2019.
A zoom recorder balanced just below the pendulum of an ancient yet working grandfather clock in a central room of a venerable Kent House, picks up the steady yet illusory passage of time along with snippets of my extended (Small) family life and conversations.
We feature the story of a piano in Chile played by spirits, after stumbling across Julian*s* evocation of those very ghosts on an old detuned upright piano in an apparently lost bedroom, bringing us perhaps to consider the inner life and the meaning of an unprepared piano. after which
Peter Suchin riffs on the semiotics of image via Roland Barthes, and an endless vortex filling of a narrow boat water tank punctuates a summer day on the last pirate island of London (as far as we know), as the clock tic toc tic tocs us along to almost certain extinction, and we wonder how to, or even if to, make art, as time is undeniably running out.
*Julian Burger Visiting Professor at University of Essex, Human rights and indigenous law
A Radio impression of VOCALIS, an irregular performance event at the delicious Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall London.
VOCALIS places emphasis on giving voice in many forms; sharing ideas, drawing on collective memory and Beaconsfield’s long engagement with text, time-based/live art, performance and sound. Informal and open, Vocalis happens in Beaconsfield’s intimate cafe space – where food and fluids mix with electrical impulses and vocalised concepts.
99.7% scientific consensus 414 parts of CO2 per million, the highest in earths history. Once in a lifetime weather events every week. Mass extinction and loss of natural habitat happening now. Short term profits in place of life as we know it.
We are facing an unprecedented global emergency. Life on Earth is in crisis: scientists agree we have entered a period of abrupt climate breakdown, and we are in the midst of a mass extinction of our own making.
this is not a drill this is not a drill this is not a drill
The world feels like it’s spinning faster every day as we head towards such radical climate disruption that most everything as we know it will simply fall to pieces. Therefore I have simply not had the time to upload and…
Subtitled Radio is an accompanying visual project to the Isotopica Radio series.
Originating from a study of Leni reifenstahl’s Fascist Epic ‘Olympia’, the first modern propaganda olympic games in 1936 Berlin, Tyszko rendered the films in reverse, whereby medals were returned, competitors un-achieved and by the end, everyone was equal.
An Episode about Nothing, absolutely Nothing Featuring egg alan lomax haitian field recordings charles bukowski clapTON ensemble simon tyszko north end road fulham field recordings Basil Kirchin – Heart Of The North On A Clear Day – The Tony Hatch…
Isotopica – 8th December 2015 by Resonance Fm on Mixcloud Sprachregelung is a German language term meaning “convention of speech”. It refers to a formal or informal agreement, or order, that certain things should be expressed in specific ways in…
Podcast (extra): Download (Duration: 58:34 — 122.9MB) Subscribe: Google Podcasts | Email | RSS Rough Episode notes….. lemmy, fruit machines, hawkwind, lsd, my first heroin overdose, post bomber tour christmas party after hammersmith odeon gig (1980?) hauntology points to brazil being possibly the last film…
Podcast (extra): Download (Duration: 58:31 — 106.6MB) Subscribe: Google Podcasts | Email | RSS An gentle and informal conversation with James Lingwood, co-director (along with Michael Morris) of ArtAngel, almost certainly the commissioning body responsible for some of the most interesting art projects we have seen…
today is a preview of some work being prepared for a performance at the beaconsfield 20th birthday event on thus day evening, it’s a flow drawing thoughts towards the modernism of the 20th century and one that we must reclaim…
UN’s François Crépeau on the refugee crisis: ‘Instead of resisting migration, let’s organise it. A more Humane world view than neo liberal media would allow… read on [ ] shortcode
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Isotopica returns for another critical and cultured season of gently curated sonic detours every Tuesday between 3-4 pm on london dials 104.4fm and www.resonancefm.com streaming. Episode one on the 16th September, investigate an abandoned Southern Italian mountain village and investigates…
Isotopica will be broadcasting (a)live every tuesday afternoon between From 20 may To 20 June for a fabulous re-sounding of the UK’s largest ever audio loudspeaker. From 20 May 2014, a full-size reconstruction of the gigantic ‘Denman horn’ will be…
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the week that was my birthday i made this radio show
‘We wanted to provide an alternative to the universal formula of mainstream broadcasting,’ says Ed Baxter, one of Resonance’s founders, ‘a laboratory for wild experimentation that’s available to the widest possible range of practitioners, no matter who they are.…
Podcast: Download (97.8MB) Subscribe: Google Podcasts | Email | RSS | More This weeks Isotopica features a wide ranging and difficult to edit (so much wonderful material) discussion with kinetic/science art/multidisciplinary artist Liliane Lijn. American born, of Russian diaspora parentage Lijn, studied archaeology…
The unimaginably beauty and remoteness of the Hindu Kush Mountains form the perfect setting for flawed jewel that is Kabul. Few landings in the world equal the visceral otherness of this ancient destination. video 12.31 simon tyszko