Sonic Panorama: Sonic Feminisms at ifa Gallery Berlin Oct 9 – Nov 30, 2017

Sonic Panorama: Sonic Feminisms, SAOUT RADIO

Artists: Randa Maroufi,  Cathy Lane, Habiba Effat, Myriam Pruvot.


There are as many sounds as possible ways to be woman.
As many women as possible feminisms.
As many feminisms as possible sounds.

For the 2017 program at ifa Gallery Berlin, Anna Raimondo proposes for Saout Radio a sonic travel into the universe of sound art exploring its different possibilities, the richness of its languages and the multitude of its sensuous experience. Traveling from radio and sound art to video and interventions in the public space, the program proposes an understanding of sound as a political and aesthetic contamination, as a delocalised and delocalising practice that, by moving across different geographies is capable of translating there other cultural and mental places.

“Sonic panoramas” proposes multiple approaches to sonic arts from different generations of artists, for creating multiple aesthetic experiences for visitors and for opening a space of reflection about how sound can translate geographies over and beyond boundaries. 

“Sonic Panoramas” is made up of a hearing station inside the gallery and diverse radio shows that are accessible in the gallery, on this digital platform and on the Saout Radio website. Each radio show, of one hour duration, will consist of a series of selected radio and sound works responding to the specific concepts of each chapter. They will also be broadcasted on different radio stations in Germany such as or Radio Corax, but also on stations all over the world such as Radio Panik in Brussels, Radio Tsonami in Chile and others.

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Dramaturgie Sonore

touring round in Canada in Montreal, Trois-Rivières, Québec
Alma and Saguenay and broadcasting online at



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Sound Art Matters, Aarhus, Denmark

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Keynote talk

“Why not our voices? New listenings and new worlds in the sonic imaginary”

We live in sound, it is all around us. We are implicated in the social relationships and ideologies that we hear reflected back to us. Sound art offers the chance to critique the world that we hear and to produce new and different possibilities. Are sound artists taking up the challenge of offering new ways of knowing or changing the world and does this need new ways of listening and understanding? Can sound art or listening act as tools for radical change by ‘de-conditioning’ our listening and help us cross linguistic, cultural, geographic, ethnic, gendered, specied and sexual prejudicial borders? This presentation will consider how a new listenings might lead to a richer more inclusive sound art that can embrace and celebrate difference.


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CAVE at University of Leeds

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This Wednesday, 27th April 4pm – 6pm, G19, Old Mining Building, University of Leeds. Invitied for a Research Seminar as part of a new research centre: Centre for Audio Visual Experimentation (CAVE).

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Framework Seasonal issue 8


 blanca rego, christopher delaurenti, christina kubisch, stephanie spray, darius ciuta, cathy lane, julia handi al abed & lou mah al abed ratier, martin kay, magali babin, and rodolphe alexis

 Framework Seasonal is a regular review of works produced by artists working with field-recording. all works are previously unreleased, and contributed freely by their creators in support of framework radio. many thanks to the artists, who have made this project possible.





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Animal Advocacy

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Animal Sounds #5 Animal Advocacy ( a programme from Robbie Judkins for ResonanceFM)

How artists are using sound to highlight issues of animal advocacy and activism. Featuring interviews with Cathy Lane and Kathryn Eddy.

Available as a podcast on Mixcloud 





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What’s the good of Mercator’s North Poles and Equators?

Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA 18104

January 20 – February 20, 2016

Chris Welsby Drift image still for web

Works on display include US and international artists David Faithfull, Cathy Lane, Paul Martin, Brian Nissen, James Walsh and Chris Welsby, and the exhibition will be accompanied by a catalog and essay by the Curator.


This exhibition presents six artists that are engaged in mapping through intensive research of either the land or sea or both but without conforming to any “conventional signs” other than those they have invented. In this case the artist’s tabula rasa transforms into a personal meditation on place, evoking both palpable and mythological sites presented through varied media.


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