The instinctual and orgasmic representative in Freudianism; the preserve of Kairos, the god of favorable moments; the oldest media available to us — all this is the human voice. We’ll have a closer look at the spoken word in the new episode of FM Module.
«Transferred into a package of data, you cannot hear the voice; in this form you can only write or read it. If you want to make it hearable you have to transfer it into an analogue body again. The body is the resonance for the voice. It is impossible just to project it in a two- or three-dimensional way. The voice articulates itself from inside the body, like through a mask, sounding through the interface of the body. PerSon comes from the Latin personare, which means exactly that: sounding through.»
01. The march of the workers funeral (Arseny Avraamov)
02. Voice dreams hears it (Link/Einheit)
03. Namchylak (Kowald/Moore)
04. An Alphabet — John Cage on Finnegans Wake
05. Dich höre ich (Chinese Man, Andi Janssen, Aneta Panek/Einheit, Kettler)
06. Horror — Marlon Brando
07. L’Heautonimoroumenos (Baudelaire/Galas)
08. The Body/Sexuality (Siegfried Zielinski/Einheit, Rameau)
09. O vis Aeternitatis (Hildegard von Bingen). Eleni Lydia Stamellou Teodor Currentzis — musicAeterna
10. Kairos (Zielinski/Einheit)
11. Intonation (Link/Einheit)
12. The Radio of the Future (Velimir Khlebnikov)
Follow the link for the transcript of Episode 23.