Ou•tré (uˈtreɪ) adj. Scrambling radio art/art of radio, social imaginary significations, collective fictional spaces, post-economic music, queer diasporas ... A relational outburst of ...
Turn up in the studio, take your jacket off, stutter, jump onto billowing ledges, rip up diary pages, scrape the shortwave dial, unwind blank cassettes, ring the wrong number ... leave abruptly ... close the door gently.
For two fleeting hours every second Sunday, it’s OK to remain a stranger.
(1) All Chemix Radio Series manifesto (1985)
(2) Aden Evens – ‘Sound Ideas’ (University Press, 2005)
(3) Ray Brassier – ‘Genre is Obsolete’ essay (Noise & Capitalism, 2008)
(4) Matthew Fuller – ‘Media Ecologies, Materialist Energies in Art and Technoculture’ (MIT Press, 2005)
"A great radio programme from Brussles with a combination of art, music and punk mentality. One of the intellectuals who hates intellectuals and thus: himself. Don't we love that?" - Felix Kubin, The Wire Magazine (Portal).
"That guy in Brussels…" - Bob 'Dean' Dobbs.
Please feel free to hammer out a missive to: L'étranger, Radio Panik, Rue St. Josse 49, Brussels 1210, Belgium