RWM is a radiophonic project from the MACBA website that explores the possibilities of the internet and radio as spaces of synthesis and exhibition.
The programs are available on demand, and as a podcast subscription.
This week we highlight:
In memoriam of Robert Ashley (1930-2014), we dig up LINES OF SIGHT #3
PROBES #7 examines some of the preparations applied to percussion and voice before beginning to look at the recovery and invention of extended performance techniques; starting with the piano.
Bartomeu Marí, Beatriz Preciado and Valentín Roma talk about the conceptual structure that will drive the MACBA's programming from 2014 to 2016.
Dave Phillips' mix is a sonic tour de force to explore our relationship with the temporality of sound.
Antoni Abad charts a course that begins with his early sculptural works and ends with his current community-based mobile communication projects.
The cultural critic and journalist Diedrich Diederichsen talks about the role of criticism in contemporary art, the social dimension of today's music, and the links and differences between the art and music worlds.
A selection of records that use eccentric voice manipulation techniques; from human existentialism and sound poetry to electronic, mechanical and computer distortion.
Vicki Bennett creates a radio mix with tracks that have been chosen in response to what the previous track reminds them of.
This sixth programme draws a map and explores some of the outer reaches of string and wind preparations.
We imagine an uncertain future.
A historical overview and some new perspectives on objects in contemporary philosophy and art. Featuring interviews with Graham Harman and Luciana Parisi.
José Manuel Berenguer reflects on the concepts of soundscapes and field recordings, and discusses his recent practice.
Mark Fell and Joe Gilmore wrap up this series with an exclusive work.
Reflections on the RWM project.
An introduction to the work of Yasunao Tone.