PERISCOPE
Podcast

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Episode 1: featuring Mark Fell, Adam Linder and Ola Maciejewska


Episode 2: featuring Alessandro Bosetti, Sara Manente and David Toop

 

Episode 3: featuring Christina Kubisch, Jonathan Saldanha and Leif Elggren


Episode 4 – feat. Thamiris Carvalho, Jassem Hindi and Sílvia Pinto Coelho


Episode 5 – feat. Tânia Carvalho, João Alves (Von Calhau!) and Nakul Krishnamurthy


Episode 6 – feat. Gustavo Ciríaco, David Helbich and Osso Exótico


Episode 7 – feat. Daniel Muzyczuk, Arnold Dreyblatt, Carla Filipe


Episode 8– feat. Juan Luis Toboso, Inês Tartaruga Água e Xavier Paes, João dos Santos Martins

The periscope is an optical device equipped with reflecting mirrors or prisms which allow the observation of materials and actions located outside the visual field of the observer. It was this operating principle that inspired the title of a new series of online publications, inaugurating Serralves' approach to the podcast format.

PERISCOPE proposes listening journeys guided by readings, notes or references that inhabit more peripheral or even marginal places when compared to more visible dimensions of artists, curators or researchers’ practices such as works and other public manifestations.

In PERISCOPE we are given access to appointed choices relating to tastes, habits, gestures, personal influences and inspirations. They take a voice in this podcast. The possibilities for sound and hearing to reveal what you don't see resonate with periscopic capabilities, infiltrating these voices that reach us, penetrating textual transmissions and aural impressions.

PERISCOPE wants to take a peek and allow us sightings of a bit more personal corners in the worlds of the invited authors, flashing lights in spots belonging to the intimacy of their creativity, intellectuality and sensitivity. Simultaneously, it offers glimpses of the audio recordings archive of concerts and performances which took place in Serralves over the years.

 

PERISCOPE is organized by Serralves Performing Arts Department with half hour episodes every two weeks