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02.04.2021 20:00

lecture-performances

Pay what you can

Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee:
Radio as curating

Friday 2 April, 20:00 (in English)

This evening, Arif Kornweitz and Radna Rumping will talk about the radio and podcast platform Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee, how the medium of radio can serve as a space for contemporary art and as a platform for curating and for research. They will include some fragments from the archive of Ja Ja Nee Nee (https://jajajaneeneenee.com/). During two short lecture-performances, Arif and Radna will give an insight into their individual practice - in which research, text and audiovisual media come together.

Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee (which, next to Radna and Arif, also includes editors Femke Dekker and Reinier Klok) started in February 2020 with their Development Fellowship at Kunsthal Gent and returned in March 2021. The work period is a moment for them to research their own voice.

20:30

So Far So Real
lecture / reading Radna Rumping

So Far So Real is an online space for an ongoing collection of mostly text and sound based work by Radna Rumping. Here she experiments with various ways of developing a voice. Most of these works start out as a written text, but are followed up by versions that are published as audio recordings and sound collages. Radna will read an excerpt of her recent text Near and Further Distance as well as highlight the relations between her writing process and experience with radio.

21:00
Speaker, Broker, Stringer
proposition Arif Kornweitz

The idea of an ‘original’ is used to justify critique of supposedly incorrect performances or readings of a text. The notion of an original acts as a straight line from source to re-presentation. To question that line, Arif Kornweitz proposes several cuts that might function as different engagements with an original, covered but still visible.

Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee

Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee is an online radio collective and podcast from Amsterdam. The collective makes live radio with artists, on their own initiative and through cultural institutions. Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee is also an online space for sound art and sonic material arising from artistic research, installations and performances. The broadcasts offer an intimate space for reflections on artistic practices and communities. Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee was founded in 2015 by Orpheu de Jong, Arif Kornweitz and Radna Rumping, and consists of a team of editors including Femke Dekker, Reinier Klok, Arif Kornweitz and Radna Rumping, with Monty Mouw as regular producer. More than 130 broadcasts can be listened to in the archive at www.jajajaneeneenee.com. Since 2018 there is also a podcast, hosted by Arif and Radna, with highlights from the archive and new sound contributions by artists in the form of 'voice messages'.

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