WORM Horspil - K7-9
On side 1: Representation of Self in Transit by Natasha Taylor. This lady got a Master’s degree in Artistic Research at the Royal Academy of Art / Royal Conservatoire The Hague. On top of that, radio as medium for art is one of her specialisms. So of course WORM/Klangendum wanted her for a Horspil! Taylor created a story around an existential wifi repeater and all the people who connect to it. Result: a series of monologues by various actors on existence in virtual space, interspersed by bubbly and noodley sounds, theremin, sirens and various cyberspace noises.
Side 2: “Judith Scott touched her genes with her own hands” by X Static Tics, Dennis Verschoor and Andrej Sen Senkov. The Radio Play evolved from a live performance at Poetry International 2016, where Russian poet Sen Senkov contributed the “Judith Scott..” poem. Sen Senkov can be heard reciting , the X Static Tics inciting, and Dennis (Noodlebar) Verschoor playing his modular analog synths.