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Believe Half of What You See And None of What You Hear : Griots //
Believe Half of What You See And None of What You Hear will provide a daily newscast ; dialogues ; present-time Griot historicizations as well as occasional heuristic sound pieces. This radio program is an invitation to consider our auditory perception of the art world and our proximal or distal milieu.

Griots

The griot is a West African historian, storyteller, praise singer, poet and a satirical or political commentator who orally preserves tradition and history. Between the babel of voices in the media, in our field and written accounts of a version of history – some people among us are privately or publicly locking in words the pulse of our times. Such voices will be featured on this section.

- Newscasts
- Dialogues
- Sounds
- UNCOLLECTABLE Playlist by +Aziz, 2013


- Believe Half of What You See and None of What You Hear Jingle, by artist Dimitris Ioannou - dj Βουνό, voices by George Salem and Kika Kiriakakou, cover by Litsa Diamanti, Τέρμα Τα Παράπονα (B. Zazem-T. Easy-Ντ. Μαρκοπούλου, Τι άλλο θα ’θελες, 1979 ), Greece, 2013

- Guerrilla Girls : Frida Kahlo, On the Art Market for Radio22, 2013

- Gregory Sholette, 12 Notes on Collectivism, 2013
12 Notes on Collectivism written and read by Gregory Sholette. First published in the Journal for Northeast Issues, Hamburg, Germany, 2003, and again in the catalog “2006 Issue Fighters : Thought is made in the mouth” organized by Insa Art Space of the Arts Council Korea.
Gregory Sholette is a New York-based artist, writer, and founding member of the artists’ collectives Political Art Documentation/Distributio n and REPOhistory, as well as co-editor of The Interventionists : A Users Manual for the Creative Disruption of Everyday Life (MassMoCA/MIT Press, 2004, 2006) with Nato Thompson, and of Collectivism After Modernism : The Art of Social Imagination after 1945 with Blake Stimson, (University of Minnesota, 2007). He is currently working on a book about his concept of creative dark matter for Pluto Press.

- June Yap, Fear of Speaking, 2011 (read by Seismopolite editor, Paal Andreas Bøe)
Fear of Speaking by June Yap for Seismopolite, read by Paal Andreas Bøe
Curator June Yap discusses the conditions for freedom of speech in Singapore under the so-called ’new normal’ after the parliamentary and presidential elections, with reference to a recent theatre play entitled Fear of Writing.

- Jean-Paul Thibeau, Méta-art

- Boris Groys Part I & II, Suspicion:A phenomenology of the media, (read by Emma Chubb)

- Theophilos Tramboulis, Fabliaux pour la situation Grecque : Une tension Grottesque, 2013

- Carol Becker, Art Schools Are All About Potential, 2013
Art Schools Are All About Potential->http://artworks.arts.gov/ ?p=15959 written and read by Carol Becker. The article was first published on the official blog of the National Endowment for the Arts on January 29, 2013.
Carol Becker is Dean of Columbia University School of the Arts. Prior to this appointment she was Dean and Vice-President for Academic Affairs at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her books include : The Invisible Drama : Women and the Anxiety of Change (with numerous foreign editions) ; Zones of Contention : Essays on Art, Institutions, Gender, and Anxiety ; Surpassing the Spectacle : Global Transformations and the Changing Politics of Art, the edited edition The Subversive Imagination : Artists, Society, and Social Responsibility, and most recently ; Thinking in Place : Art, Action, and Cultural Production.

- Oliver Marchart Part I, II & III, Art, Space and the Public Sphere(s), (read by Emma Chubb)

- Farrah Karapetian, Art as Civil Disobedience, 2012 (read by Seismopolite editor, Paal Andreas Bøe)
Art as Civil Disobedience by Farrah Karapetian for Seismopolite, read by Paal Andreas Bøe Seispolite
An artwork is a setting for sharing concerns ; insofar as it revises collective experience via individual intention, it is always already an act of civil disobedience.

- Panos Kouros Part I, II & III, The Public Art of Performative Archiving, 2013
Archive Public A research art project.
Within the flexible limits of archival art today, Archive Public practices archival art as intervention in public space, questioning the dominant hegemony and allowing for possibilities of solidarity actions. It aspires to the creation of a broader productive collaboration network triggered by two theoretical research assumptions and an open body of works which tries out archival interventions in conflicting urban situations, in Patras and other european cities.
The first phase of the work developed theoretical propositions and art projects in Patras, Greece. It was realized with the support of the C. Carathéodory research program at the University of Patras. An edited volume, Archive Public. Performing Archives in Public Art. Τοpical Interpositions, documents this first phase of the project, and is available from Cube Art Editions.
The book includes theoretical hypotheses on archival practice in contemporary art, art works that were specifically created for the project, as well as an anthology of essays by contemporary thinkers who elaborate on particular issues of the archive in relation to the public sphere and theories of democracy, the notions of institution and instituting practice, interventions in the shifting urban condition, the philosophy and archaeology of media as well as the global flows of migration and media. Interventions focus on the urban and social condition of Patras, as it is influenced by a translocal dynamics which produces interrelations with other localities.
Participating artists : Yota Ioannidou, Maria Konti, Gregorios Pharmakis, Lina Theodorou, Stefanos Tsivopoulos, Vangelis Vlahos and Nayia Yiakoumaki.
Texts by Arjun Appadurai, Ioannis Chorianopoulos, Wolfgang Ernst, Boris Groys, Elpida Karaba, Panos Kouros, Oliver Marchart, Gerald Raunig and Saskia Sassen.

- Virginia MacKenny, Camino walk, 2012
Last year over six weeks MacKenny walked over 700km along the French section of the ancient pilgrimage route commonly known as the Camino. MacKenny followed the Via Lemovicensis, a lesser-trod route on the Chemin de St Jacques, starting at the UNESCO heritage site of the Romanesque church of Vézelay and ending in the cathedral town of Bazas. In a literal act of grounding she dedicated her walk “to the Earth and all living beings on her”. Carrying the prayers and dedications of other environmentally concerned artists and individuals she also emulated artistic tradition by recording both the external and internal topography of her journey in watercolour, producing 36 post-card sized works. With an emphasis on ‘treading lightly’ on the planet she sought to re-enliven her engagement with the world around her and of which she is a part.
Virginia MacKenny is a Senior Lecturer in Painting at Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa.

- Elpida Karaba Part I, II & III, Archive Art : A democratic public art, 2013
Archive Public A research art project.
Within the flexible limits of archival art today, Archive Public practices archival art as intervention in public space, questioning the dominant hegemony and allowing for possibilities of solidarity actions. It aspires to the creation of a broader productive collaboration network triggered by two theoretical research assumptions and an open body of works which tries out archival interventions in conflicting urban situations, in Patras and other european cities.
The first phase of the work developed theoretical propositions and art projects in Patras, Greece. It was realized with the support of the C. Carathéodory research program at the University of Patras. An edited volume, Archive Public. Performing Archives in Public Art. Τοpical Interpositions, documents this first phase of the project, and is available from Cube Art Editions.
The book includes theoretical hypotheses on archival practice in contemporary art, art works that were specifically created for the project, as well as an anthology of essays by contemporary thinkers who elaborate on particular issues of the archive in relation to the public sphere and theories of democracy, the notions of institution and instituting practice, interventions in the shifting urban condition, the philosophy and archaeology of media as well as the global flows of migration and media. Interventions focus on the urban and social condition of Patras, as it is influenced by a translocal dynamics which produces interrelations with other localities.
Participating artists : Yota Ioannidou, Maria Konti, Gregorios Pharmakis, Lina Theodorou, Stefanos Tsivopoulos, Vangelis Vlahos and Nayia Yiakoumaki.
Texts by Arjun Appadurai, Ioannis Chorianopoulos, Wolfgang Ernst, Boris Groys, Elpida Karaba, Panos Kouros, Oliver Marchart, Gerald Raunig and Saskia Sassen.

- Brian Brush, Beyond the Reference : Continuity, Memory and Territory in Cartographic Art, 2012 (read by Seismopolite editor, Paal Andreas Bøe)
Beyond the Reference : Continuity, Memory and Territory in Cartographic Art by Brian Brush for Seismopolite, read by Paal Andreas Bøe
Beyond the Reference : Continuity, Memory and Territory in Cartographic Art The problem with much carto-symbolic, map-centered cartographic artistic practice is that it inadvertently privileges the representation of political delineations of place over those of the cultural, mental, experiential, and temporal

- Marjorie Welish & James Siena, Oaths ? Questions ?, 2013
Studio practice here is sampling an installation of several series of panels, including : “Indecidability of the Sign : Frame,” “Indecidabiltiy of the Sign : Red Yellow Blue” and also “After Oaths,” while an excerpted text read from the book Oaths ? Questions ? floats in voiceover. Oaths ? Questions ? is a constructed artists’ book with artists Marjorie Welish and James Siena cooperating on both image and text.

Believe Half of What You See And None of What You Hear is a project conceived by Georgia Kotretsos, as part of the project Sous nos yeux (part 1) curated by Abdellah Karroum at La Kunsthalle of Mulhouse, in collaboration with the University Haute-Alsace (SUAC) and Radio Campus Mulhouse.
Thanks to : Isabelle Lefèvre, Sandrine Wymann, Charles Zimmermann, Mano Tsatiri and Dimitri Ioannou - Vouno Dj.

le 11 mai 2013
Safaan / Touria Hadraoui & Boté percussion ** la radio de la culture contemporaine (test) ** Le bout du monde /expedition n°2 ** Ladies & Gentelemen, Hamdi Attia, 2007 ** Test station22 et experiment (bruits) ** Radio School ! ** Shezad Dawood / "For a few Rupees More" ** Stephane Dunkelman ** James Webb, "Le Marche Oriental", 2008 ** Jean-Paul Thibeau / "Comme un jeté de textes (écrits 1969-1999)" ** NaoKo TakaHashi ** Hassan Khan "El Wahda Elkebeera" ("The Big One"), at Palais Bahia Marrakech ** Aleph, sound project by James Webb ** Un-drum Series by Tarek Atoui ** mounir fatmi / Les égarés ** Tia-Simone Gardner ** Younès Rahmoun, "Khamsa" (Five), 2011 ** "Thabrate", Badr El-Hammami et Fadma Kaddouri ** Karim RAFI / in attesa di - correspondence with inaccessible places ** Gabriella Ciancimino / Vedute con Fiori (Views with Flowers) ** Badr El Hammami / Mémoire (#1 et #2) ** Ninar Esber / "Ana Bade Inhab Minnak" (I wanna be loved by you) ** Lancement de RADIOapartment22 ** Playlist 0108 ** Projet Radio de L’appartement 22 ** M K ** Vidya Shah ** "56 56" de Gilles Vignes et Vincent Pommery ** R22’s Streaming from The 7th Gwangju Biennale in Korea ** 제7회 광주비엔날레의 R22 ** Position Papers at the 7th Gwangju Biennale ** R22 live #3 in Gwangju Biennale 03/09/08 ** R22 live #4 in Gwangju Biennale 04/09/08 ** R22 live #5 in Gwangju Biennale 05/09/08 ** R22 live #6 in Gwangju Biennale 06/09/08 ** R22 live #7 in Gwangju Biennale 07/09/08 ** R22 Universe - Live From NYC 26/06/2009 (Archive) ** Last Broadcast from Gwangju Biennale 2008 (archive) ** R22 Live From "Le Monde Autour de Vous" project’s places : Bergen, Brussels, Fez, Prishtina, Rabat ** R22 Live Projects ** Screening for "R22 Universe" at NFSF NYC 2009 ** R22 UNIVERSE _01 راديو الشقة ٢٢ العالم - ** R22-CdT LIVE_01 04/07/2009 (Archive) ** R22-Amman / AUTOSTRAD LIVE REHEARSALS (archive) ** LIVE | Mones Road (2nd reading) ** mounir fatmi / "Lost Springs", Live from Venice, 3 June 2011 **

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