I’ll take care of you is a collection of selected audio works for Pixelache Festival 2021, curated by festival co-director Laura Gustafsson.
Ahead of this afternoon's live performance of The Great Offshore by RYBN you can hear this recently recorded interview, Produced by m-cult, about the larger project behind the performance.
Live festival coverage from Pixelache Festival, Helsinki
Silvia Hosseini is a writer, critic and teacher based in Tampere. As an ”essayist in residence” she’ll be discussing works, topics and themes of the festival on Radio Helsinki together with Laura Gustafsson. This is a live conversation that will happen at Oodi Helsinki.
Fugitive Radio Event live at Oodi Helsinki - join us for ‘Cacerolazo’ – banging on pots and pans and other objects in the environment. To coincide with Helsinki Samba Carnival and in the build up to the election.
RYBN.org presents a live radio performance based on their project The Great Offshore.
The Great Offshore is a long-term artistic research project aiming to highlight the inner mechanisms, networks and agents of offshore finance, and how they shape new kinds of extra-territorialities beyond legislation. The project studies the recent manifestations of offshore within the processes of financialisation of art, citizenship, outer space, waste externalisation, climate change unregulation, etc. Ultimately, the research is an attempt to understand how offshore has grown and spread from its primary form of tax havens to become the new economic norm of globalisation.
#Burn_Slow Online Program will include 16 young Nordic-Baltic sound artist audio works – contest winners and honorable mentions as well as #Burn_Slow mentor – experienced sound artists and composers works – Mantautas Krukauskas (LT), John Grzinich (US/EE), Jacob Remin (DK), Ieva Vīksne (LV) and Krista Dintere (LV).
Inspired by #Burn_Slow artist talks and workshops and personal experiences young artist audio works touch such subjects as listening experience, extended time, being present, revisiting memories with the help of field recordings, acoustic ecology, analog vs. digital radio and other themes.