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radia #667: Ex Nihilo (nihil fit) & DIE ZWEITE HÄLFTE

by Kinda Hassan for Radio Grenouille

Lebanese artist Kinda Hassan deciphers the Marseille kaleidoscope through a sound installation titled “Ex Nihilo (nihil fit), nothing comes from nothing”, where she interrogates the different stories rendered invisible by the contemporary facade of the city.

In the sonic image she creates, Hassan presents the city and its port as a subject and its mirror, unveiling details of some origins, often assigned today to the margin, to oblivion. They are details that illustrate a quotidian life by the sea: hours spent waiting for boats, bodies carrying tons of goods, products animating the shelves of the city markets, trades born on the corpses of their antecedents. They are details evoking ruptures, silences and ends.

The work is an intimate encounter with a city brought back to its fundamental roots: Man and his experience with survival.

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ein Radio Grenouille Double-Feature:

radia #248: Albert & Serge by Erik Samakh

Erik Samakh was in residence in Cameroon by the end of December 2008. Thanks to his partnership with a Pallisco-certified logging company that implements sustainable forest management, he had the chance to visit the forest area in the upper Nyong division of Eastern Cameroon.

He meant to bring the forest sounds back to the urban space, as a way to highlight the break that is often felt by inhabitants in large urban mega-cities .

A sensory way to remind the major importance - on symbolic, emotional and environmental levels - of a forest that physical distance could devote to a silent degradation.

For Radia, Erik Samakh offers an immersive experience in the most remote zone of Makalayathat mountains, a quasi-primary forest, still untapped, where ape calls keep resounding in a near-dialogue with humans, Albert and Serge...

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