public event / performance / installation
tate modern 2016
Radio Narrowcast, as opposed to Radio Broadcast, does not rely on a technologized, distanced and unidirectional one-to-many transmission. Instead a narrowcast can be seen as a site-specific and collaborative practice that derives from the method of listening and prioritises pragmatic concerns of a particular neighbourhood, group of people or individuals.
Questioning the functionality of the radio studio, opening it up and interchanging the roles between listeners and broadcasters, narrowcasts can include yet does not require radio technology or technology a priory. Accordingly, the radio transmission can be addressed as the overarching question of process, - agency and intentionality behind it: Who processes what for whom? What is the process? And to what end is it processed?
This particular Radio Narrowcast was developed in collaboration with Michele Fuirer, Emily Stone, Victoria Ivanova, Alexa Lowe, Age UK Lewisham & Southwark, Stones End Day Centre, Blackfriars Settlement and visitors of Tate Modern.
For this Radio Narrowcast I would love to thank to Michele Fuirer, Emily Stone, Victoria Ivanova, Alexa Lowe, Age UK Lewisham & Southwark, Stones End Day Centre, Blackfriars Settlement and everyone who took part in developing and activating it. Thank you all for your support and effort and see you all in January 2017 for our next transmission.