Author Archives: Meira Asher

Show 719: #poemontrial_In Phase [radioart106]

https://www.poemontrial.org Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour was convicted by an Israeli court in Nazareth of “incitement to violence” for a poem she wrote. She spent a total of THREE years under house arrest and in prison, between October 2015 and September … Continue reading

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Show 692: from the Red Sea to the Dead Sea (radioart106)

Image by Muhammad Jabali An abridged version of a program, produced by Meira Asher for Radiokunst-Kunstradio ORF Vienna, in the frame of the Nebenan – Erkundungen in Europas Nachbarschaft: Israel Serie. kunstradio.at/2018A/04_02_18en.html 1. North Jordan Valley 2018 (by Meira Asher) … Continue reading

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Show 661: Dirar Kalash (radioart106)

Dirar Kalash is a musician and sound artist whose work spans a wide range of musical and sonic practices within a variety of compositional and improvisational contexts. His performative and compositional approaches to instruments, techniques, and aesthetics are highly political … Continue reading

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Show 633: ‘The Last Shall be First’ by Asher.Zax (KolHacampus106fm)

‘The Last Shall be First’ In memory of Bobby Sands (1954-1981) 2017. Asher-Zax direct their machines at the occupation. 69 years of Israeli state occupation of Palestine. Recorded Live at the Plaster in Haifa, 6th May 2017 3rd week of … Continue reading

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Show 607: Women Wage Peace March of Hope 2016 (KolHaCampus106fm)

a Sound march As part of the Women Wage Peace movement in Israel and Palestine, On October 19th 2016 I joined the last day of the March of Hope. We travelled from the Western Galilee to the dead sea where we … Continue reading

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Show 581: Echoing Yafa (radioart106fm KolHaCampus)

Miriam Schickler’s audiowalk Echoing Yafa (played here in part) follows Marconi’s thought that sounds never die but grow progressively fainter. Imagine that all the sounds that have ever resonated inthis region, she writes, still reverberate somewhere, however faintly. Echoing Yafa recovers some of … Continue reading

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