- i do not know
- radio speaks to the unknown
- ce projet commence alors que je me sens castrée pushed me outside of
white and black boxes, into whatever i call the "real" and it asked for
a focus on voice.
- when i narrow-cast alone on the mic, maybe on the street, i hear my
voice twice, it gives me the sensation that i exist. if i voice my
vulnerability at that point, my heart opens, i feel a seed of communing
with the human in us and i get a glimpse of what it is to feel equal to
others. if i can look at you and see our mortality at this moment, then
i come back to my body and feel that we are equal and it is so obvious
that i can only laugh at how absurdly we live.
- when you are on the microphone and voice your vulnerability, i feel i
am with you, although separated, with no impulse to take care of you.
radio takes care of you.
- radio gives the listeners, the audience, the freedom to listen or to walk away.