Anna Raimondo puts the language on stage and she does it using a medium that do not allow subtitles, radio.
Occasional companion in Radio Papesse's course, we dedicate her a space to discover and listen to some of her most recent works; a space to lend our hear to the linguistic Babel that animates her production with collaborations from Morocco to Germany, from Italy to France, from Spain to Belgium.

Play Babel (37' 44")
Radio Performance produced in 2010 with the supporto of Radio Orange, Wien.
Play Babel is a radio performance on the forms of translations (verbal and not) as final point of a research on the field, in which a public of listeners are performers. An interactive radio show made by words, silences, soundscapes and music are part of this attempt to create a liquid communication moment over languages.

Anna Raimondo, an italian artist that lives and works in Bruxelles, completed the MA Sound Arts at the London College of Communication (University of the Arts London). She has participated in several international exhibitions and festivals including the solo show Beyond voice. Me, you and everyone who is listening at Arte Contemporanea Bruxelles (BE); the 5th Marrakech Biennale (MA); Espace (Im)Media in Sporobole Art Center (Sherbrooke, CA); the collective sound exhibition Dirty Ear at Errant Bodies (Berlin, DE); as well the public sound art festival Paraphrasing Babel in Maastricht (NL); Ruído Branco at Jaqueline Martins Gallery (São Paulo, Br); the public art festival Nouzah Fenia – Festival de Casablanca (MA). Her radiophonic works have been broadcast internationally (Kunst Radio, AT; Deutschlandradio Kultur, DE; Resonance fm, UK; Arte Radio, FR; Mobile Radio Bsp, BR; Rai). Her curatorial projects are mainly focused on sound and radio art and have been presented in different venues, including the V&A Museum (London, UK); Le Cube- Independent Art Room (Rabat, MA); Spazio O’ (Milan, IT). She is co-editor with the artist Younes Baba-Ali on the radio and sound art’s platform Saout Radio. She also initiated Echoes with Amélie Agut, an itinerant pedagogic and artistic project about radio art and sonic memories. She writes for the French radio art magazine Syntone


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