Six Pillars Broadcast – Ocean’s Academy
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Six Pillars Broadcast – Ocean’s Academy

The TBA21 Academy is dedicated to projects that facilitate artists’ research of the oceans. TBA21 director Markus Reymann visits the studio to discuss this itinerant site of cultural production and trans-disciplinary research and questions put to him by host Fari Bradley such as “Who owns the seas?”. Conceived in 2011 as a moving platform on … Continue reading

Six Pillars Broadcast – Exercises in Displacement, SLG
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Six Pillars Broadcast – Exercises in Displacement, SLG

Exercises in Displacement Cultural and artistic displacement investigated via five evenings of performances of original work across London. The most recent iteration, 3/5, is at the South London Gallery, Peckham by Tuttoquestosentire. Visual artist Rebecca Salvadori, and composer/ cellist Sandro Mussida visit the studio to discuss the series and the TQS collective, and we sample … Continue reading

Six Pillars Broadcast – Artist Shubha Taparia at Mayfair Art Weekend
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Six Pillars Broadcast – Artist Shubha Taparia at Mayfair Art Weekend

As part of the Mayfair Art Weekend (28 June – 30 June 2019) artist Shubha Taparia presents a collection of photographs Spirit in the Inanimate looking at ephemerality. The series explores new details and elements from Taparia’s new large-scale installation made with construction materials Silhouette of an Unknown Landscape in her London studio. At Prahlad … Continue reading

Six Pillars Broadcast: Mongolia in Venice
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Six Pillars Broadcast: Mongolia in Venice

Mongolia in Venice – “A Temporality” is a sound installation and performance with Carsten Nicolai as ‘Alva Noto’ brings 4 members of the Mongolian National Choir and their throat singing to Venice’s by-alleys. We hear from the indomitable curator Gantuya Badamgarav, who has thrice brought Mongolia to Venice against all odds and the artist Jantsa … Continue reading

Six Pillars Broadcast – Venice Biennial: The Pavilion of Denmark and Block Universe
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Six Pillars Broadcast – Venice Biennial: The Pavilion of Denmark and Block Universe

Fari Bradley focuses on choice contemporary Middle Eastern, North African and South Asian sound, art and culture. This week: audio from The 54th Venice Biennial opening. UK’s Block Universe present an Italian brass band playing the anthems of every country excluded from the main Giardini pavilions. By boat and on foot, the band intervene in … Continue reading

Six Pillars Broadcast – Tehran Trap: Noisetrappy
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Six Pillars Broadcast – Tehran Trap: Noisetrappy

    A bespoke show from Iran, 23 year old talent Noisetrappy takes over with 30 minutes of Tehran Trap. This show was produced entirely over Instagram between Six Pillars producer Fari Bradley and Noisetrappy. Recorded in Tehran, where Noisetrappy (aka Amir) collaborates with other musicians his age to create a specific danceable sound between … Continue reading

Six Pillars Broadcast – Listening to ‘West Asia’
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Six Pillars Broadcast – Listening to ‘West Asia’

Sounds from Iran and the wider Gulf: when Iran seems increasingly cut off, and with attitudes to music in general in the Middle East making a career in experimental music even harder than usual, what digital messages are being sent by budding audio producers to the web for us to hear? Building on an article … Continue reading