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19.10.22
Radia show 916 : Recalcitrant Electronics by Julien Merieau
Jet FM, Julien Merieau
28'37"
Radia (6)
Radia (6)
19.10.22
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Without apparent thematic, assembled like a string of pearls this piece stages some formal obsessions of Mulot’s work since its origins. Micro-manifesto and lesson of sound art, blow of projector in the meanders of the archives it is a possible synthesis, floating, not exhaustive of several aesthetic obsessions, which are akin with the clandestinity of the radio pirates, the will to go further in the explorations of the radio medium.

A large part of the fragments originates from our private collection whose physical supports and origins are very varied (Found Sound) not to say improbable, saved at arm’s length, when they are not stolen or obtained under threat. The others are methodically punctured from a file conceived for the real time mixing, a hudge sorting station, a table of the elements and a visionary building site, infinitely ramified, whose finality would relate to a kind of total mix.

The proposal also recycles some debris of unfinished musical pieces. Its title is borrowed from one of the vocal fragments used in the piece. Basically, it can be considered as an additional track to the radio vinyl Quartz Locked, released by Warm in 2015, another synthesis, fragmentary, of more than twenty years of radio experiments in the shadow of any legal framework, of the contemporary art network and of the supposed expectation of an audience that should never accept anything less than dazzling, solar insurrections and other gestures pertaining to radical poetry. Listening with headphones strongly recommended.

Une proposition de Jet FM et Julien Merieau pour le réseau Radia.fm