Wednesday 15–16 / 22–23 / 29–30 October and 5–6 November 2014
On this late night live radio programme, a lone voice rambles and drones through oddities, clichés and strange tales: an exploration through the twilight zone of Cardiff.
Broadcast live, a lone human voice in the night. Transmitted from the far horizons of the unknown, tune in for tales of dark debauchery, jumbled jokes, magnificent myths and experiments in excess, splurges of speech, tinkerings of time, and spooky, spinning space. These are stories of the near future and the distant past; adventures in which you'll live through a million could-be nights in a thousand may-be cities.
With a rambling structure this set of live, late night, radio broadcasts will borrow heavily from the twilight zone, noir fiction, alternative humour and similar tropes. The broadcasts make use of their late night scheduling, to have freedom from conventional radio and to speculate about the strange types of people that might be listening. The programme is focused on a lone voice that digresses from and repeats a series of oddball autobiographical stories.
Samuel Hasler is an artist based in Cardiff. His approach to making artwork is varied, it includes writing, performance, printmaking and installations. He has recently presented work with Book Works (London), The Whitstable Biennale, Spike Island (Bristol), and The Arnolfini (Bristol). Samuel’s artworks use clichés, stories, fictions and autobiography, allowing things to cross over, to become mischievous and uncomfortable.
98.7FM Radio Cardiff
12am – 2am