‘The Delfina Sessions’ is Delfina Foundation’s monthly show on Radio Alhara, featuring sets from our alumni across the world.
Initiated in January 2021, the one-hour show will be broadcast live from Bethlehem on the third Tuesday every month at 6pm local time (4pm UK time) .
Invited former Delfina Foundation artists and curators in-residence present varying music and sound mixes and works related to their own interests, practice and/or current passions.
Broadcasting an eclectic mix of music and discussions over the internet, Radio Alhara was founded in March 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. You can read more about the station in coverage on ArtReview and Resident Advisor.
Tuesday 17 August 2021
RISING UP FROM HALITE
By Chiara Cartuccia and HUNITI GOLDOX (Areej Huniti and Eliza Goldox)
The audio piece Rising up from Halite, by Chiara Cartuccia and HUNITI GOLDOX (Areej Huniti (current Delfina Foundation artist-in-residence) and Eliza Goldox), is a sonic conversation around Meditarreanean seas, which moves across different materials, mythological imaginations and landscapes. Water is here approached as a site of transformation, whereas salt is read as a medium of survival.
Listeners are invited into a soundscape that resists fixed territories and geographies, while unveiling archival crystals, ghosts and liquids that lie beneath present day surfaces.
HUNITI GOLDOX is an artist duo consisting of Areej Huniti and Eliza Goldox. In their practice they are interested in geopolitical realities, marginalised oral histories and contextual research. Entangled with mythological stories, their on-going thematic focus is water. When working, they try to think of formats that can involve different voices and beings, such as workshops, excursions and interventions. This stems from the desire to create moments for collective (re)imagining to collapse dominant narratives and fixed geographies.
Chiara Cartuccia is an Italian-born, London-based curator and researcher. She runs the curatorial platform EX NUNC, which is currently engaged in a long-term project about Mediterranean(s) as a frame of analysis.
July (Tues 20): Sheila Chukwulozie (Nigeria)
June (Tues 08): Harun Morrision (UK Associate) [Listen back]
May (Tues 18): Lydia Ourahmane (UK/Algeria) [Listen back]
April (Tues 20): Wok the Rock (Indonesia)
March (Tues 16): Alan Poma (Peru)
February (Tues 16): Vivian Caccuri (Brazil)
January (Tues 19): Merv Espina (The Philippines)
This article is regularly updated with schedule and details of each monthly show.