Antonia Alessia Virginia Beeskow

commissioned radio productions

Antonia Alessia Virginia Beeskow – “Ecce, sigh! Siren calls… still, I feel the same.”

TX: Friday, 25th August, Midday – 12.40pm + Sunday, 27th August, 6pm – 6.40pm (plus additional broadcast on Kunstradio, Ö1, Sunday, 27th August, 11pm CET)

“Who remembers all that? History throws its empty bottles out the window.“

Sans Soleil, Chris Marker, 1983

A song is playing, in the background. Hey —


Still, alive.

Waste(d) land revisited.

This is an acousmatic cadavre, reassembling thoughts and samples that are rotting on a hard drive in a box, in the downloads folder of my laptop causing slow pace or being captured in the fields very soon. As if it was a prehistoric cave, creatures pass in and out. The traces of another time lie buried in the undefined terrain, but I will arrange and add yet another layer to this palimpsest of sounds and form a loop of sonic references and anecdotes, like a Stone/r/d henge in a sonic sphere. Roll out a carpet of sub frequencies! You may hear the echoes of the sirens, they speak with a German accent in their voice in dramatic tone… still, I feel the same.

With voices of Meta D-1, Gertrude Stein, Anna Oppermann, Fiona and the author and a quote by Lawrence English.

Antonia Alessia Virginia Beeskow, born in Düsseldorf, studied archaeology, Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft and Klang & Realität. As artist, sound designer and performer, Beeskow works in the independent scene, radio plays, podcasts, installations, experimental films and in the theater in different collaborations and writes about female* composers and sound artists for the fanzine.

Ecce, sigh! Siren calls… still, I feel the same.‘ is a co-commission between Radiophrenia and Kunstradio Radiokunst for Ö1, Austria.