This new episode of Sounds for the post-peak Oil by our MontrÃ©al based friend Anne-F Jacques is another work of Radio Art that balances on notions of mail art, domestic silence and fragments from an Audio Diary.
The result is intimate as a morning smelling of coffee and the arrival of autumn and as intriguing as the first steps into a new town.
You can become a part of Anne-F’s work of sounds by simply sending her Audio by snail mail. You might get a cassette in return, as Anne also curates and produces tapes for the crustacÃ©s label.
Here’s the contect:
“two songs from a 1989 japanese musical double cassette, received from Osaka;
a studio experiment involving rotation and amplified paper strips;
an in situ sound installation by Nicolas Dion featuring field recordings of a cookie factory, in front of a cookie factory;
two tape loops received from Portland, Oregon;
The Letter by J.C. Mills, an experiment in gradual dissapeareance through duplication, received from Chicago;
a lightbulb, a cocktail fork and others colliding at slow speed with nails;
Astero by Nadir, received from Stockholm;
Violence as Sport, by T.D., received from Philadelphia.”