98.1 AnxietyFM
(collaboration with Christine Swintak)


98.1 AnxietyFM
(collaboration with Christine Swintak)

2018

site specific radio performance / installation


HEAR THE FEAR HERE

Don't be sad, Chewbacca...

From a pit on the edge of the woods, #AnxietyFM brings you non-stop anxiety-inducing soundtracks. Loosely-based on the makeshift foxhole radios of World War II, an artefact from times of crisis, the audience is invited to star in their own stress scene.

sound sample: Convoy by Jóhan Jóhansson

warming up...

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Peter and Swintak. #anxietyfm #aito2018 #foxhole #peterflemming #swintak

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AnxietyFM playlist example

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Don't give up, Chewbacca! #anxietyFM #hearthefearhere #aito2018 #swintakflemming #swintak #peterflemming #futuretense #foxhole #chewbacca #contemporarydance #anxietymachine

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Normal normies honour rhythmic bubble texts with symmetry symptoms #anxietyfm #futuretense #aito2018

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P I T D I G #anxietyFM #aito2018 #swintakflemming #swintak #peterflemming #foxhole #pit

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