Fifty People, five days, five orchestras at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin.

Radio Stilts is an experiment in moving over an unstable ground. Considering radio as a complex intersection between social relationships and technology, it is an exercise in making political and micro-political choices, developed and facilitated by the artist and musician Anton ИЛЬИЧ Kats. 

Unfolding over the duration of five working sessions, the visitors of the Radiophonic Spaces: Walk-in radio archive and platform for listening knowledge at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, were invited to improvise along an ambiguous listening protocol. Each session has initiated a new sonic ensemble working with concrete listening methods and choreography. Collectively making and interpreting a score through radio technology and modular synthesis Radio Stilts is a study of listening as a political and aesthetic project rooted in practices of improvisation. 

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