Flowers feathers fleas : a flutter with Miriam Rothschild / by Jane and Phillip Ulman. Metamorphoses / by Nigel Helyer. In the mist of an arcane pop / by Damian Castaldi.
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|In the mist of an arcane pop — radiophonic music||Damian Castaldi|
|Metamorphoses — radiophonic music||Nigel Helyer|
||Flowers feathers fleas — radiophonic music||Jane Ulman|
|Flowers feathers fleas — radiophonic music||Phillip Ulman|
Duration: 72 min.
This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.
'Flowers feathers fleas': a conversation with natural historian and conservationist Miriam Rothschild which takes place in her extensive garden in North Hamptonshire, England, ranges over conservation, regeneration of native plants, and issues of art and science.
'In the mist of an arcane pop': premiere of a work created by Castaldi during his 1997 Australia Council New Media Arts Radio Residency with the ABC. Deals with the intersection between contemporary ecological concerns and those about the survival of life as we know it in a digital world.
Non-commercial recording. For study purposes only.
Broadcast on "The Listening Room" on ABC Classic FM, 8 December 1997.
'Metamorphoses': radio work by sculptor and sound artist Helyer in conjunction with his installation at Elizabeth Bay House, Sydney. Explores the sonic interplay between an imagined world of insects in silent specimen cases and the withdrawn life of women in a cultured household.
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