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.
Michael Hardt talks about what role revolutions have today as spaces for new social creation.
This is an email conversation with the sound poetry and voice collector Eduard Escoffet, which took place in Summer 2013.
We dig up some unreleased fragments of the interview with the Catalan photographer Xavier Ribas.
This sixth programme draws a map and explores some of the outer reaches of string and wind preparations.
Oriol Vilanova reflects on the symbolic power of copying, memory, collecting and images.
We imagine an uncertain future.
Praise music from the market stalls across Africa.
Chris Dercon talks about museums in times of crisis, the role of art in contemporary society, and new forms of collecting, exhibiting and engaging with the market.
A historical overview and some new perspectives on objects in contemporary philosophy and art. Featuring interviews with Graham Harman and Luciana Parisi.
Carl Michael von Hausswolf opens our ears to the most obscure side of the radiowaves.
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.