Over the past year I’ve been working on a sound-theatre/podcast piece based on a text by Lene Henningsen with Oskar Kokoschka and Alma Mahler as the leading characters. After having made a studio recording of all of the dialogue, we realised how much of an impact having the actors standing stationary and confined to a small space had on the character of the dialogue. (There are some similar observations in this Aeon article on Orson Welles’ War of the Worlds.) The next step was to re-record some of the scenes out in the world, and the wonderful Hirschsprung Collection kindly allowed us to use some of their spaces.
Jens Essendrop was also along to take some photographs: Here are Mette Frank Sørensen and Ulver Skuli Abildgaard, with myself recording and Lene Henningsen looking on.
The longer we wait the harder it gets to turn this around. So let’s wait no longer. Those of you who can vote today - vote for a future!! #ClimateBreakdown #EcologicalBreakdown
Global strike on May 24th.
1263 places in 107 countries.
Everyone is welcome.
Everyone is needed.
Find your closest strike or register your own at https://www.fridaysforfuture.org/events/map .
Please spread the word! #FridaysForFuture #ClimateStrike #SchoolStrike4Climate
A little over a year ago I set about recreating Rob Hordijk’s modular system in @Audulus. You can follow that journey in podcast form here: huffduffer.com/rudigermeyer/tags/modular-diary, or here: rudigermeyer.com/notes/2019-03-01-12-00-49
And the man
over the water
by the sun
Wafting in pieces and
—Giuseppe Ungaretti, Vanity
@reichenstein Here is a piece I made a few years ago in which a few sections are built around some of your own words in a similar manner.
And the source material: