Elaine W. Ho & Amy Suo Wu (with the support of Motel Spatie)
As part of a 3-day broadcasting series that is streamed through various online radiostations worldwide, Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee is broadcasting the final part of RADIO SLUMBER, developed by artist-researchers Amy Suo Wu (based in Rotterdam) and Elaine W. Ho (based in Hong Kong).
“RADIO SLUMBER is a three-part aural brew and online grimoire that casts its gaze out from a closed-door coven of potluck workshops + secret societies + spa retreats + fests of slumber (ᴀᴋᴀ …p w s s s r f s…) that took place at Motel Spatie in Arnhem in the winter of 2020. One year later, the mixed media herbs and processes complete a slow brew of deep listening, woven together with the formats of storytelling, conversation, music and other audio experimentation ripened by diasporic fermentation. Strategically dissecting cultural theorist Rey Chow’s ‘fascist longings in our midst’, RADIO SLUMBER’s audio book of spells whispers gossip about the accidents of intersectionalism, and explores—via the foundation of friendship—other practices of care from both near and far.
Including contributions from …p w s s s r f s… participants Clara Balaguer (…ᴾᴴ.ᴺᴸ.ᴱˢ…), Teana Boston-Mammah (…ˢᴸ.ᵁᴷ.ᴺᴸ…), Chao Co-op (…ᶜᴺ.ᴴᴷ…), Seecum Cheung (…ᶜᴺ.ⱽᴺ.ᵁᴷ.ᴺᴸ…), Zoénie Liwen Deng (…ᶜᴺ.ᴺᴸ…), Angeliki Diakrousi (…ᴳᴿ.ᴺᴸ…), Clara Jo (…ᴰᴱ.ᵁˢ.ᴷᴿ…), Vienna-based collective Mai Ling (…ᴬᵀ.ᶜᴺ.ᴬᵁ.ᴷᴿ.ᴶᴾ.ᵁᴷ.ᴰᴷ.ᴰᴱ…), Utrecht-based Read-in (…ᶜᴬ.ᶜᴼ.ᴰᴱ.ᴳᴿ.ᴵᴰ.ᴷᴿ.ᴺᴸ…), UK-based Rising Bun (…ᵁᴷ.ᴴᴷ.ᴺᴸ…), and more, with Elaine W. Ho (…ᴴᴷ.ᵁˢ…) and Amy Suo Wu (…ᶜᴺ.ᴬᵁ.ᴺᴸ…) serving as hosts, DJs and coven mama-sans.”
3-day broadcasting schedule:
séance No. 1 at Stranded FM (Utrecht) on 12 Feb, 18:00-19:30 CET
séance No. 2 at Radio Orange (Vienna) on 13 Feb, 18:00-19:30 CET
séance No. 3 at Hong Kong Community Radio (HK) + Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee (Amsterdam) on 14 Febr, 18:00-19:30 CET
Artist / Organisation: Elaine W. Ho & Amy Suo Wu (with the support of Motel Spatie)
Host: Elaine W. Ho, Amy Suo Wu
Producer: Monty Mouw, Elaine W. Ho, Amy Suo Wu
Length: 90 min
14-02-2021 at 18:00Links: