Author Archives: CampusParis

Show 648: ‘She’ by Lola Ajima (Radio Campus Paris)

Image by Yukao Nagemi. 1. intro 2. Drama Queen 3. Slander/Backstabbing 4. Victim(self)blaming « In a time where so much is thought, said and done on behalf of women’s rights you would think that we, as women would support each other … Continue reading

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Show 594: o u r t i m e t o g e t h e r by Isabelle Stragliati (Radio Campus Paris)

o u r t i m e t o g e t h e r an audio collage / a radio piece / a sound diary/an impression / a perception of this very time/July 2016 “What is the chance to … Continue reading

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Show 568: Back Again by Laura Morris ( Campus Paris)

The search for something new encompasses the search for a new you. Why travel? To see new places? Or for the chance to be or become someone else? Who are you in a new, anonymous crowd? But the further we … Continue reading

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Show 544: Sentient by OttoannA (Radio Campus Paris)

This is a composite piece from various past and current works by OttoannA  which mixes field recordings with ​acousmatic composition​, multilayered collages, fragmented narration,electronic and electroacoustic synthesis… . A sonic trip through ethereal mindscapes that intertwines the tale of Marko … Continue reading

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Show 519: First 100 Days by Julia Drouhin (Campus Paris)

First 100 days in the sound environment of a new born. With a parliament of crows, bats and birds, family and friends. Julia Drouhin has been working with sound since 2003. She has investigated the haunted air of ghost towns … Continue reading

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Show 494 : AstroForestry by Antoine Bertin (Campus Paris)

For the past 18 months I have spent a lot of my time in forests wondering about the connections between forest and city. Perhaps having been raised in the urban environment, I have found it very difficult to even find … Continue reading

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Show 470: The Exquisite Corpse by various producers (Campus Paris)

The first Campus Paris programme for the Radia network is a cadavre exquis or exquisite corpse inspired by the Surrealist game invented in Paris in 1925. It is similar to  the game Consequences in which players write in turn on … Continue reading

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