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Carlo Patrão - Misophonia: Oral Oddities & Other Annoyances
Misophonia is a chronic condition characterized by highly negative emotional responses to auditory triggers such as chewing, lip smacking, breathing, sniffling, coughing or slurping. This radio piece explores the world of bodily sounds and reflects the ways in which this health issue has been covered by the media. Can we perceive misophonic trigger sounds as music? Carlo Patrão is a Portuguese radio producer based in New York City. Deep Wireless 13 Online Album was produced by New...
Martin Marier at NAISA - Art's Birthday Performance
Live performance by Martin Marier on his digital musical instrument The Sponge performed on January 17, 2018 at the NAISA North Media Arts Centre in South River.
Makingwaves - 20170211 - nichola feldman kiss & subzeroarts
The February 2017 edition of Making Waves profiles the Deep Wireless Festival of Radio and Transmission Art. Darren Copeland interviews nichola feldman-kiss and members of SubZeroArts about their respective installations Bread and Circuses and Transmissions. The show concludes with an excerpt of a 2008 performance by Toronto turntable duo Insideamind, which is taken from the Deep Wireless 12 Radio Art compilation now available on the NAISA Soundcloud page.
Making Waves - 20170114 - Instant Places
Bekah Simms interviews Ian Birse and Laura Kavanaugh of Instant Places about their approach to making generative and long form installations and performances. Instant Places launches on January 17th a new online installation for the Deep Wireless Festival at http://carbon.naisa.ca/ This radio show is part of NAISA's monthly Making Waves program on WGXC Wave Farm - http://wavefarm.org/wgxc
Making Waves - 20161112 - Shawn Pinchbeck
Bekah Simms interviews Shawn Pinchbeck about the performance the role of improvisation in his sound art performances and his piece Pathways. This interview is part of NAISA's monthly Making Waves program on WGXC Wave Farm -wavefarm.org/wgxc Shawn Pinchbeck is performing Pathways in Toronto on Nov 10 at the Music Gallery in a special presentation by NAISA that is part of the Canadian Sound Art Caucus meetings organized by IMAA-AAMI. For more information go to:...
Making Waves - 20160709 - David Jensenius & Udo Noll
In advance of World Listening Day, we interview Udo Noll (at 26:10)and David Jensenius (at 2:29) about their respective locative soundscape apps Radio Aporee and Found Sound. This monthly program is produced by New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA). The program features selections from the NAISA archives and is produced by Darren Copeland, NAISA Artistic Director. NAISA is a Toronto-based organization that presents performances and installations spanning the entire spectrum of...
Making Waves 20150912 - Nicolas Collins
Interview by Michael Palumbo in conversation with composer Nicolas Collins for the radio program Making Waves. Nicolas Collins appeared in concert at NAISA's Sound Travels Festival on August 20, 2015 - http://naisa.ca/festivals/sound-travels/ Making Waves is a monthly radio program produced by New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) for WGXC at the Wave Farm in Acra New York www.wgxc.org
Making Waves 20150409 - Knut Aufermann & Sarah Washington
An interview with Knut Aufermann and Sarah Washington recorded for the radio program Making Waves, which is heard the second Saturday of every month at 2 pm on WGXC (wgxc.org). Knut Aufermann and Sarah Washington talk about their project Mobile-Radio (mobile-radio.net) and their experiences in creating experimental community radio. You can find them on Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/mobile-radio Knut Aufermann and Sarah Washington are guests of the Goethe Institute-Toronto and NAISA's...