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Believe Half of What You See And None of What You Hear : Sounds //
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.

This open-ended section will feature works and sound excerpts that are heuristic in their nature.

- Newscasts
- Dialogues
- Griots
- 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

- Raqs Media Collective, Four Figures, 2013

- Sebastian Diaz Morales, Pasajes, 2012
Audio excerpt from Pasajes video : Pasajes explores the multiple gates of reality, reconnecting dimensions which otherwise are disconnected. The passage can be infinite, and the connections can be either expected or surprisingly unusual. A character, as if escaped from a fictional script, will keep walking endlessly through as many doors as atmospheres, strolling along and revealing the labyrinths of reality.
With Pasajes we gather unforeseen territories, shapes and forms, intending to rediscover the multiple and versatile possibilities of the real.

- Dimitris Foutris, One Day, 2013
Read by Microsoft Anna on Natural Reader.
One Day (read breathlessly)
Wake up early/Wash my face/Get dressed Pack my bag/Lock door Walk the street/Take the bus/Down the stairs Take the train/Be on time/Into the car/Go to Argos/Start to work Take a break/Eat some oranges/Stop to work Take the car/Back to Athens/Arrive to airport Have a coffee/Meet the others/Take the plane To Berlin/Get a taxi/ Find hotel/Leave the bag/Take a shower/Down the lobby/Out in the streets/Eat a burger/ With some fries/Go for drinks/In a bar/Live music/Back to hotel/ Brush my tooth/Go to bed Get to sleep

- Beate Engl, Dermenschlebt
Brecht /Weill : "Song about Inadequacy" interpreted by Beate Engl (vocal and piano) Intro for the videoessy "Bohemiènnes", 2007
The Song About Inadecuacy

- Judith Leemann, Reading Aloud, 2012
Reading Aloud is a distributed audio work by Judith Leemann produced every spring (2009-present) at the intersection of her studio, research, and teaching practices. Passages of others’ texts are stripped of citational armor and fitted one into the next to generate recursive loops of almost-story. For fourteen weeks, a new twenty-minute episode is posted weekly.
The episodes included here are from Season IV : Hairy About the Heel : Fables for the Present which served as an audio reading companion to the 2012 exhibition Hairy Blob, curated by Adelheid Mers for the Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago. The reading companion and the exhibition shared a common focus on the visualization of time as well as a kindred interest in fostering practices of presence.
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- Dimitris Foutris, Clam Pearl, 2013
Read by Microsoft Anna on Natural Reader.
Clam Pearl
A path to follow/after the rain of tongues./Probably the fate of innocent frogs/to become kings again./Belatedly forgive/my counterfeit reactions/remnants/of a moderate future reversed./I am sick./It’s called :/The charged avalanche/ of absolute wisdoms.

- Beate Engl, BETAVERSION 3.0, 2006
International Version, 2-Channel, German / English Transformed and reenacted speech by Rosa Luxemburg about the world political situation (Die weltpolitische Lage, 27. Mai 1913, Leipzig-Plagwitz), German version spoken by : Barbara te Kock, English translation spoken by : Sivlia Bauer, sound mix : Lenz Schuster, duration : 12 min

- James Webb, Title Withheld (Black Tuesday), 2013
The recording of protests outside the South African Houses of Parliament on the 22nd of November 2011, when the National Assembly approved the Protection of State Information Bill, more commonly referred to as The Secrecy Bill. This recording forms part of a new work in progress.

- Dimitris Foutris, Bundle Promises, 2013
Read by Microsoft Anna on Natural Reader.
Bundle Promises
The grey tone/of your slippery voice./To become available/is too much./The sublimininal major depressions/uses the poisonous gifts of disability/to provide you with destiny./That ugly abdormal presence/at 11:00 here in the circle/finds its way to the next liberty/during bundle promises./Using the double something of myself/fitting in a nice house/cutting several pages in pieces/and getting about Jessica to study history/a terrible matter that we’re discussed in Quarter Stone./Can zwe please have a lousy almost unbearable sound ?/How obvious she finishes/her sentence badly./please listen to me earlier./As I am almost into purchasing something from political happiness./Because of the sustainbility of the media/you can set an other beginning./Supporting economy/decreasing public./What color are the toilets/of minus economy ?

- Effie Halivopoulou, ASYNETIMI, 2013 (Singer : Effie Minakoulis, Composer : Tim Ward)
Based on an ancient Greek poem by Lyrical poet Alkaios, "Asymetimi" is a pastiche of sound layers superimposed and impovised. The poem is a fragment of a longer work that describes the feelings of the author during a storm, in which his ship is wrecked.
Effie Halivopoulou used this poem in her series "Liquid Network", in which "...vague biomorphic shapes, data from generic scans ; text fragments in the ancient Greek language, blend into a palimpsest saturated with color. The work’s indecipherable, interlocking structures hint at a grant, cyclical story beyond our comprehension." (Cqrq Pber, Artnews magazine).
ASYNETIMI is a sound piece created in 2013 for "Believe half of what you see and none of what you hear"

- Georgia Kotretsos, Approximately 188 hours, 1st Movement
- Georgia Kotretsos, Approximately 188 hours, 2nd Movement
- Georgia Kotretsos, Approximately 188 hours, 3rd Movement I
- Georgia Kotretsos, Approximately 188 hours, 3rd Movement II
- Georgia Kotretsos, Approximately 188 hours, 3rd Movement III
- Georgia Kotretsos, Approximately 188 hours, 3rd Movement IV

The three movements of the Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven were performed by the artist on a Yamaha discklavier player piano that plays the recording back on its own keys exactly as originally performed.
"On July 12th, 2006, I started taking piano lessons. Without any previous musical training, I set out to play Beethoven’s Moonlight sonata, the quintessential piece that represents the peek of that period and tradition, for the needs of the " 10 Fingers 88 Teeth" solo exhibition. The piece is entitled "Approximately 188 hours" - the amount of time I spent practicing playing the piano between July 12th and November 30the, 2006. The work was created in response to a vast number of works by artists, who dismantled pianos as a symbolic gesture of resistance towards Western Civilization. The piece is a continuous effort of making peace with failure."

- Raqs Media Collective, When the Heart Skips a Beat

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.
Thanks to : Isabelle Lefèvre, Sandrine Wymann, Charles Zimmermann, Manos Tsatiris and Dimitris Ioannou - Vouno Dj.

le 11 mars 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) ** Fadma Kaddouri / “Aware laghnuje” or variations of a poetic composition ** 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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