"Sound Art/Radio Art (Rio/NYC/DF)"
a conversation with Paulo Vivacqua (Brazil), Manuel Rocha Iturbide (Mexico), Federico Marulanda Rey (Colombia/U.S.)and some Nomads+Residents (Phill Niblock, Monika Weiss and Peter Lasch).
Friday, April 19, 2002
9:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The broadcast will be over the
air at WKCR 89.9 FM, NY,
streamed live at
and archived at
The archive can be accessed anywhere, at any time before or after the show (for now you need Internet Explorer. future notice will arrive once Netscape can be used to access sound files)
On the artists:
Manuel Rocha Iturbide (Mexico) is a composer, installation artist, as well as a co-founder and recent curator of the International Festival of Sound Art in Mexico City.
These are some links to his work:
The Development of GiST (IRCAM)
carrillo gil, mexico
Paulo Vivacqua (Brazil) received a formal music education and has worked extensively with sound, installation, video and performance. Most recently he collaborated with Tunga on his NYC-Luhring Augustine performance. He is an Apex resident sound artist and a recipient of the Bolsa Virtuose Schollarship.
some of his work can be viewed/heard at:
click on second and fourth image top-down.