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Contemporary art podcast hosted by Arif Kornweitz & Andrea Gonzalez. Get in touch with us through info@jajajaneeneenee.com

Our jingle is by Josh da Costa.

Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee is a radio space for curatorial and artistic practices. We commission sound and performance pieces, related to the research strands we set for our annual programme. We also host and produce radio shows and podcasts, by and with artists and designers. Our mobile studio has been at academies, biennials and museums. In 2022, we started an artist-in-residency programme.

Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee Radio for the Arts

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Contemporary art podcast hosted by Arif Kornweitz & Andrea Gonzalez. Get in touch with us through info@jajajaneeneenee.com

Our jingle is by Josh da Costa.

Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee is a radio space for curatorial and artistic practices. We commission sound and performance pieces, related to the research strands we set for our annual programme. We also host and produce radio shows and podcasts, by and with artists and designers. Our mobile studio has been at academies, biennials and museums. In 2022, we started an artist-in-residency programme.

    Alec Mateo - Pluto Polanco Presents: Gotchu Pt. 05.23 - 06.23

    Alec Mateo - Pluto Polanco Presents: Gotchu Pt. 05.23 - 06.23

    Alec Mateo, our artist in residency during the spring of 2023 presents a 30 min audio piece as the outcome of this period.
    "Part of a perpetual negotiation with narrative, the 3rd or maybe 4th installment in the Gotchu performance series, this time recorded.For have thoughts on movement in transit to London. Anthony speaks to Abuelito. You watch lectures and cartoons, reminiscing. Your favorite part is in the middle. The story is ultimately about the stupor of sobriety, discipline, and adventure. These ideas are more complete in their text. One is the refuse of the other. Collage! ;)"
    For more information and shows visit our website:https://jajajaneeneenee.com/

    • 30 min.
    Vampires Can't Have Anything: To Love Forever

    Vampires Can't Have Anything: To Love Forever

    For this year's Valentines day, we "literally" bring back from the dead the fourth episode of Elif Satanaya Özbay's and Andrea González Garrán's beloved "Vampires Can't Have Anything". 
    In this episode "To Love Forever", they discuss the theme of Love, The Eternal Love, the Vampire Love refering to Film, Literature and other mediums of cultural . They will cover some iconic relationships, triangles, and lustful obsessions of and for their beloved creature of the dark, for half an hour.
    For all the other Episodes of the latest season, check out website www.jajajaneeneenee.com

    • 1 u. 5 min.
    Raoni Muzho Saleh: Gathering in a Polyphonic MOOOOAAAAAAANN Safeguards Solidarity

    Raoni Muzho Saleh: Gathering in a Polyphonic MOOOOAAAAAAANN Safeguards Solidarity

    “What does it take to create a culture where it is allowed to fall into the bottomless abyss of heartache?”, asks Raoni Muzho Saleh. This poetic contemplation is the literary equivalent of Raoni’s ceremonial gatherings, which he calls “Mourning Socialities”. Throughout this episode, Raoni contemplates on the power and significance of the moan as an expression of mourning and how this sound connects with the profound states of loss and suffering. Interrogating himself, the listener and the societies of which they are a part, Raoni explores these questions in monologue and through moaning. By braiding the moan into the fabric of his speech, Raoni invites listeners to come together in a polyphonic groan to experience the commonality of grief. This bemoaning contemplation calls for a renewed relationship with the body and embodiment, where grief and loss are not only approached mentally and rationally but also experienced and expressed physically.
    A transcript of the text is available here.
    Raoni Muzho Saleh is a choreographer and performer based in Amsterdam. Born in Afghanistan and raised in Pakistan, his thinking and work is shaped by fugitivity as a radical movement. By dancing through the gender spectrum, Raoni has developed a unique movement practice that emphasizes “becoming other”, a continuous state of incompleteness. Through the use of materials such as textile, dough, voice, and text, Raoni invites a serious kind of play into space where all can become immersed in otherworldly stories.
    This broadcast is the second of a three-part series on embodied listening and non-verbal vocal expression, curated by Radna Rumping. Other episodes: 'Laraaji - Guided Laughter Release' (out now) and ‘Laraaji, Raoni Muzho Saleh & Radna Rumping in conversation’ (3 October). All episodes will stay available through our archive.
     
    For more information vGathering in a Polyphonic MOOOOAAAAAAANN Safeguards Solidarity Listen. Listen again. ahhhhhhhh... Take a moment to bring awareness to your breath. sighhhhhh What is present in your breathing at this moment? Listen again. ohhhhhh... Is there someone close to you? Listen to the space between you. Can you imagine what lies hidden within your comrade? hmmmm... Listen. As a choreographer and a dancer, I have been taken and persuaded by the moan in recent years. The moan as a choreographer, the moan as an ancestor, as a mentor, and the moan as an old friend. siiiiiiggghhhh This research has taken the form of both performances and collective lamenting events that I call "Mourning Sociality." For today I will share with you a bemoaning speech that questions how we can create a culture that guarantees the commonality of loss and grieving processes. I invite you to let this bemoaning speech sink into you with a gentle sigh. hhmmmmm What is our current cultural relationship with mourning, and how sustainable is this cultural behaviour? ohhhhhhh... Why is it normal to keep death hidden and confined to cemeteries and obituaries? For whom and for what is it beneficial to deal with mourning in this way? ahh ahh ahh aiiiiii The Western culture dominated by an imposed rationality, being the opposite of emotionality, prevents us from being present with death, with that age-old feeling of loss and mourning. aahhhhh-ahhhhhhhhhh We live in a culture where emotional disconnectedness and apathy have become normalised. Not too long ago, in this continent, the family of the deceased would hang white sheets from the windows to indicate that they had lost a loved one. The white sheets stood in solidarity with the family's mourning. In this way the grieving family signalled their pain to the outside world. The

    • 33 min.
    Laraaji: Guided Laughter Release

    Laraaji: Guided Laughter Release

    ‘Laughter is the shortest distance between two people’, says Laraaji. In this Guided Laughter Release, he invites you to experiment with different kinds of therapeutic laughter: laughter to soften the heart, or to massage the belly. The episode takes the form of a session, in which Laraaji guides the listener through different exercises, accompanied by zither music. He advises practicing every morning for about 15 minutes. Such regular laughter, Laraaji shows, helps release stagnant and stale air, boosts the immune system and guides you to finding a connection to your own meditative inner state.
    Laraaji is a musician, mystic and laughter-meditation practitioner based in New York City, who plays piano, zither and mbira. His musical career includes over 50 releases: from the legendary Ambient 3: Day of Radiance (1980, a collaboration with Brian Eno) to the more recent Sun Piano and Moon Piano albums (2020, All Saints Records). Laraaji is the creator and facilitator of Laughter Meditation Workshops, sharing the ‘seriously fun’ practice of heavy laughter as a transformative and ultimately healing tool for everyone.
    This broadcast is the first of a three-part series on embodied listening and non-verbal vocal expression, curated by Radna Rumping. The last of this three part series will be released on Wednesday, Februrary 7 2024.

    • 19 min.
    Laraaji, Raoni Muzho Saleh & Radna Rumping in conversation

    Laraaji, Raoni Muzho Saleh & Radna Rumping in conversation

    Where to find inner stillness? How to perform not for human beings, but for space? Where do the sounds of celebration and grief intersect? These are some of the topics explored in this episode, where Laraaji, a musician and laughter practitioner, and Raoni Muzho Saleh, a choreographer and performer, discuss ‘the sonic experience of life’ with moderator Radna Rumping. The result is a lively intergenerational conversation on collective sounding as a healing practice.
    Laraaji is a musician, mystic and laughter-meditation practitioner based in New York City, who plays piano, zither and mbira. His musical career includes over 50 releases: from the legendary Ambient 3: Day of Radiance (1980, a collaboration with Brian Eno) to the more recent Sun Piano and Moon Piano albums (2020, All Saints Records). Laraaji is the creator and facilitator of Laughter Meditation Workshops, sharing the ‘seriously fun’ practice of heavy laughter as a transformative and ultimately healing tool for everyone.
    Raoni Muzho Saleh is a choreographer and performer based in Amsterdam. Born in Afghanistan and raised in Pakistan, his thinking and work is shaped by fugitivity as a radical movement. By dancing through the gender spectrum, Raoni has developed a unique movement practice that emphasizes “becoming other”, a continuous state of incompleteness. Through the use of materials such as textile, dough, voice, and text, Raoni invites a serious kind of play into space where all can become immersed in otherworldly stories.
    This broadcast is the first of a three-part series on embodied listening and non-verbal vocal expression, curated by Radna Rumping. Upcoming Episodes 'Laraaji - Guided Laughter Release' (4  February) and ‘Raoni Muzho Saleh - Gathering in a Polyphonic MOOOOAAAAAAANN Safeguards Solidarity’ (8 February). All episodes stay available through our archive.

    • 51 min.
    The need for platforms with Á. Birna Björnsdóttir

    The need for platforms with Á. Birna Björnsdóttir

    Andrea and Arif talk to Á. Birna Björnsdóttir, a visual artist interested in the uses of technology in our daily lives and the disparity between embodied experiences and factual knowledge. Birna has co-founded various artist-run platforms such as the residency and collective Laumulistasamsteypan, GSM exhibition space in frequencies and at7 project space.
    STUDIO is the Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee podcast, recorded at different art spaces and cultural institutions. This episode was recorded at fanfare in Amsterdam in 2022. Hosted by Arif Kornweitz and Andrea González.
    Recording and Production: Monty Mouw Post-production: Julius van IJperen Video documentation: Kyulim Kim
    Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee is a radio space for curatorial and artistic practices. We commission sound and performance pieces, related to the research strands we set for our annual programme. We also host and produce radio shows and podcasts, by and with artists and designers. Our mobile studio has been at academies, biennials and museums. In 2022, we started an artist-in-residency programme. https://jajajaneeneenee.com

    • 32 min.

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