Céline Berger takes part at “Who cares? A radio tale”

Who cares? A radio tale turns Gasworks into a live broadcast studio in collaboration with renowned experimental radio station Resonance FM. A programme of newly commissioned and existing performances, sound works, and discussions take up the subject of affective labour, summarised by philosopher Michael Hardt as a term that ‘grasp[s] simultaneously the corporeal and intellectual aspects of the new forms of production.

The 10 May session is hosted by academic Temi Odumosu and includes Claudia Pagès’ live performance of sound with spoken word, based on her expanded novella “Her Hair” and Jon Wozencroft’s sound seminar, a trance-like journey with an immersive mix of records. VISIT-Artist Céline Berger presents recordings of conversations and noises from her time spent on a wind farm in the Baltic Sea.

Who cares? A radio tale is curated by Naz Bescan, Ibrahim Cisse, Harriet Costello, Benedetta d’Ettorre, Alba Folgado and Agata Kik, as part of the Curating Contemporary Art Programme MA Graduate Projects 2018, Royal College of Art.

About Gasworks
Established in 1994, Gasworks is a non-profit contemporary visual art organisation working at the intersection between UK and international practices and debates. The organisation provides studios for London-based artists; commissions emerging UK-based and international artists to present their first major exhibitions in the UK; and develops a highly respected international residencies programme.

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