October 10, 2017 - Radio Athènes - All: Collected Voices
October 10, 2017

Radio Athènes / Goethe-Institut

All: Collected Voices, Open Recording #1, April 6, 2017 at Radio Athènes. Photo: Eftychia Vlahou.

All: Collected Voices
an oral/aural archive
April 5–September 1, 2017

Radio Athènes
15 Petraki Street
10563 Athens
Greece

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Hear the voices of Oscar Tuazon, Paris/LA, Miguel Abreu, Katinka Bock, Fernando Mesta, Pepe Rojas, R.H.Quaytman, Joanna Katarzyna Zielinska, Katherine Pickard, Francois Piron, Jason Simon, Axel Wieder, Will Holder, Shannon Ebner, Despina Zefkili, Kostis Stafylakis, Makis Malafekas, Quinn Latimer, Clara Schulmann, Laura Preston, Pope.L, Karolina Krasouli, Florent Lahache, Apostolos Lambropoulos, Camille Louis, Maria Nicolacopoulou, Kristy Trinier, Eva Presenhuber, Antonis Katsouris, Eleni Bagaki, Anthony Huberman, Atalanti Martinou, Rallou Panagiotou, Teddy Coste, Elena Tzotzi, Marina Gioti, Dimitra Ioannou, Aliki Panagiotopoulou, Domenick Ammirati, Darren Bader, Kirsty Bell, Jon Bywater, Giovanni Carmine, Nikola Dietrich, Eva Stefani, Aristide Antonas, BAZOOKA, and Rey Akdogan in conversations, interviews, readings and soundworks arranged and recorded at Radio Athènes.

All: Collected Voices is an oral/aural archive produced by Goethe-Institut together with Radio Athènes institute for the advancement of contemporary visual culture as part of "apropos documenta." Curated by Helena Papadopoulos and Thomas Boutoux, the programme aimed to cultivate, preserve and transmit the polyphony of responses to the exhibitions and events in Athens during the spring and summer of 2017. Via a series of direct commissions, incidental invitations and accidental encounters it assembled itself over time at a dedicated website conceived and designed by Dexter Sinister.

It broadcasts from the ether to anyone anytime anyplace.

With thanks to all the participants, and the ACV team—Teddy Coste, Ion Constas, Iris Asimakopoulou and Despina Krey—for their invaluable support.

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