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Gregory Whitehead / Tetsuo Kogawa / Roberto Paci Dalò
28. October 2016 20:00Radio Revolten Club
Gregory Whitehead offers “ON THE SHORE DIMLY SEEN – no-touch torture, sound waves and the destruction of the self”. A presentation of Whitehead’s recent radio performance-documentary that explores the recent history of no-touch torture at Guantanamo Bay and at various black sites, globally. Featuring vocalist Gelsey Bell and actress Anne Undeland. With introductory remarks from Gregory, and with opportunity for a Radio Revolten discussion after.
MINI FM founding father Tetsuo Kogawa shows his unique style of performing radio waves via live-stream from Tokyo. He will presented his piece »CONCILIATION OF SFERICS«.
And the Italian artist Roberto Paci Dalò performs “1915 The Armenian Files“, which is inspired by the Armenian genocide, and it includes together with the record, a movie, an exhibition, radio broadcasts, multimedia performances.
Halle (Saale), 06108 Deutschland