Casey Thomas Anderson
Silently we turned on the radios, one by one, until a transparent tapestry covered the corner of the square. We moved in and out of this spectrum of interferences. From time to time someone took a radio and relocated it, reorganizing the situation and the resonance of the city down there. Thus, in and out of this circle, the night quietly fell, we turned off the radios and walked downhill.
Santiago Astaburuaga, Nicolás Carrasco, Sebastián Jatz Rawicz y Alvaro Ortega.
7 battery operated radios, plastic bag
Pedro de Valdivia Square at Santa Lucía’s hilltop, Santiago, Chile
Sunday 29th of May, 2011
from 17:30 to 18:30
Daniela Valdebenito, Francisco González, José María González, Rainer Krause, Paulina Chamorro, Isabel Ortega and passersby
audio (recorded on Zoom H4n)