Radio-Choreography is an artistic research project initiated in 2019 by Netta Weiser, in collaboration with choreographers, theorists, sound and radio artists. The project explores the poetics and politics of transforming dance into sound, the relations between live broadcasting and muted histories, as well as acts of listening as modes of being together. We create trans-disciplinary formats and work across a variety of settings such as: multi-channel sound installations, performative conferences, radio performances and radio compositions, as well lectures, discussions and workshops.

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Radio-Choreography at the Composers’ Workshop at Cambridge University, March 6. 2023.
Invitation by Prof. Marta Gentilucci
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