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Dispatch is a podcast created exclusively for the museum's website. An audio bulletin of knowledge which brings together excerpts from books, essays, aphorisms, poems, press releases, soundtracks, and stories in a diachronic dimension.



Dispatch è un podcast concepito esclusivamente per il sito del museo. Un bollettino sonoro del sapere che mette insieme estratti di libri, saggi, aforismi, poesie, comunicati stampa, tracce sonore, racconti in una dimensione diacronica.

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Dispatch is a podcast created exclusively for the museum's website. An audio bulletin of knowledge which brings together excerpts from books, essays, aphorisms, poems, press releases, soundtracks, and stories in a diachronic dimension.



Dispatch è un podcast concepito esclusivamente per il sito del museo. Un bollettino sonoro del sapere che mette insieme estratti di libri, saggi, aforismi, poesie, comunicati stampa, tracce sonore, racconti in una dimensione diacronica.

    DISPATCH N° 15

    DISPATCH N° 15

    In this episode:

    1. "We are witnessing a crime against humanity", article by Arundhati Roy, "The Guardian", 28 April 2021.

    2. Tropical Parula, Indaiatuba, São Paulo, Brazil


    3. "Self Portrait”, poem by David Whyte.

    4. Press release of the exhibition “SOMETIMES DOING SOMETHING POETIC CAN BECOME POLITICAL AND SOMETIMES DOING SOMETHING POLITICAL CAN BECOME POETIC” by artist Francis Alÿs at David Zwirner Gallery, New York, from February 15 to March 17, 2007


    5. “Sud e Magia”, text by Ernesto de Martino, Feltrinelli publicher, Milan 1982

    6. “Antico Adagio”, music by Lino Capra Vaccina

    • 17 min
    DISPATCH N° 14

    DISPATCH N° 14

    This new “Dispatch” episode has been realized by sound artist and performer Ramona Ponzini, whose vinyl “Trees are Columns with Clouds on Top” (2019) is on display in the show “Autoritratto come Salvo”.

    This Dispatch is dedicated entirely to Salvo. 
     
    In this episode: 

    1. Franco Battiato, “Di passaggio”, from “L’imboscata”, PolyGram, 1996 
    2. Salvo, “40 nomi”, Gravestone, 47,24 x 18,11 in, Private collection, 1971 
    3. Salvo, “Io sono Salvo”, in “Salvo – Sette incisioni e sette poesie”, Marco Noire edition, 1983 
    4. Gian Marco Montesano, “…Il catalogo è questo! (Aria del catalogo)”, in “Salvo-Landscapes”, Trento, Studio d’Arte Raffaelli, 2000 
    5. Aleksandr Blok, “Notte, strada, lampione, farmacia…”, 1912

    • 17 min
    DISPATCH N° 13

    DISPATCH N° 13

    EN — For this new episode of Dispatch, I invited Giulia Crispiani, one of the artists on show in my RETROFUTURE section, to curate a special episode. Drawing inspiration from the city of Rome, its sounds and an imagined rain that features as a sort of MacGuffin in her writing. Here, she reads “Monsone perpetuo”, which could be called a prelude to “Il Futuro è finito ieri”, the work which you can find in my physical space.

    In this episode:

    Giulia Crispiani reads “Monsone Perpetuo”, 2018 (https://www.museomacro.it/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Dispatch-No-13-Giulia-Crispiani-reads-Monsone-Perpetuo.pdf)
    Sound by Federico Antonini



    IT — Per questo nuovo episodio di Dispatch ho invitato Giulia Crispiani, una delle artiste in mostra nella mia sezione RETROFUTURO, a curare una puntata speciale traendo ispirazione dalla città di Roma, dai suoi suoni e da una pioggia immaginaria che figura come una sorta di MacGuffin nella sua scrittura. Qui legge “Monsone perpetuo”, una sorta di preludio a “Il Futuro è finito ieri”, l'opera che potete trovare nel mio spazio fisico.

    In questa puntata:

    Giulia Crispiani legge “Monsone Perpetuo”, 2018 (https://www.museomacro.it/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Dispatch-No-13-Giulia-Crispiani-reads-Monsone-Perpetuo.pdf)
    Sonorizzazione di Federico Antonini

    • 14 min
    DISPATCH N° 12

    DISPATCH N° 12

    In this episode:

    1. Roger Callois, “The Writing of Stones”

    2. Fairy Pitta, Lake Miike, Miyazaki, Japan

    3. Lucy Lippard, “The Pink Glass Swan”

    4. Steve Reich, “Come Out” (Nicolas Jaar Remix)

    5. Alfredo Jaar, “The Eyes of Gutete Emerita”

    • 15 min
    DISPATCH N° 11

    DISPATCH N° 11

    In this episode:

    1. Marguerite Duras, un estratto da “Scrivere”

    2. “Common Sandpiper”, Luspebryggan, Sweden

    3. Wyslawa Szymborska, “Possibilities”
    https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/literature/1996/szymborska/25552-wislawa-szymborska-poetry-1996/

    4. Laurie Anderson, “Language is a virus”, 1986

    5. Press Release “Irrigitation Veins: Ana Mendieta and Carolee Schneemann”
    https://www.ppowgallery.com/exhibition/7032/press-release

    • 18 min
    DISPATCH N° 10

    DISPATCH N° 10

    This new episode of Dispatch comes out on the occasion of the #Giornatadelcontemporaneo organized by AMACI — Association of Italian Contemporary Art Museums.

    I invited Nicola Pecoraro, artist and creator of my avatar, to curate this special episode. Drawing intuitively from the landscapes that surround him, he proposed for my podcast a remix of heterogeneous contents, such as the sound elements taken from everyday life and the fragments of songs that trace his research or his collaborations and make up a collage of voices.

    In this episode:

    1. Intro
    2. Nicola Pecoraro, “Respire L'infinir”, 2020 (excerpt)
    3. Interlude 1
    4. Edited posts from the electronic music forum on www.gearslutz.com
    5. Interlude 2
    6. Introduction chapter from “The Last Man”, by Mary W. Shelley, 1826 (part 1)
    7. Interlude 3
    8. Introduction chapter from “The Last Man”, by Mary W. Shelley, 1826 (part 2)

    • 30 min

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