Joining the Zoom Meeting (4 ways to join the call):
1. Zoom Desktop Client (preferred method): Click the link below to join the webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86379973191?pwd=UkhCVW94YkNXdGhNMWVsVXQwUUR4dz09 Passcode: redhook
This option will only work if you already have the Zoom Desktop Client downloaded to your computer. Don’t have Zoom installed on your computer? Click the following link and download it prior to tomorrow’s meeting: https://zoom.us/download.
2. Zoom Phone App: You can join by smart phone via the Zoom App by downloading Zoom Cloud Meetings from the App Store or Google Play. This will allow you to participate in the video call using your smart phone.
3. Web Browser: If you don’t have Zoom Desktop Client you can join via your web browser here.
4. Phone Call (Audio Only): You can join by phone (audio only)
Via iPhone one-tap: +19294362866,,86379973191#,,,,,,0#,,2224238#
Or by telephone: +1 929 436 2866 Passcode: 2224238
· If you have any issues calling in or if you receive a busy signal, try calling back. It may take a few times to get through.
· Please note that you will not be able to ask any questions if you call in to the meeting.
Participation During the Call: You will be muted upon entry and cameras will be turned off until you ask a question.
· To ask or respond to a question, please type your question into Q&A box, and the host will unmute you.
· You may need to Join Audio upon joining the meeting by selecting the icon on the bottom left of the tool bar.
Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, clicking the button at the bottom of your screen, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live. Please note that you will not be able to ask questions if you call in.
To ask a question:
1. Type your question into the Q&A box. Click Send.
2. If the host replies via the Q&A, you will see a reply in the Q&A window.
Join Other Desert Radio founders Caroline Partamian and Ethan Primason to examine, explore, and converse about community, transmission, and distance. This workshop will dive into the history of transmission-based projects to glean how the medium is rife for community building and experimental communication.
Using these examples as a guide, participants are invited to intentionally interact with their space to engage deeper with an invisible and anonymous audience who will be transported by their work.
Date: This one-time workshop meets on Tuesday, June 30 from 6:30-8:30PM EST.
Audience: Open to all.
Materials: Participants will need a computer with internet access and some type of audio recording device, which could be a phone or a field recorder.
Caroline Partamian is a sound and visual artist influenced by her training in dance. She works closely with the concept of abreaction —the extraction of dormant memory stored within a muscle, resurfaced through physical movement, of which an individual was previously unaware; these memories span the spectrum and can take many forms—traumatic, erotic, comforting, etc. By focusing on the process rather than anticipated result, her work encourages what can be revealed when one becomes conscious of their kinetic movement in the process of creation. She has shown work at Marfa Open, Wassaic Project, Otion Front, Flux Factory, Anthology Film Archives, Babycastles, Compound Yucca Valley, and more.
Ethan Primason is a sound artist, recording engineer, and musician. His works and practices explore the multisensory context and placeness of audio. His works have been shown at Pioneer Works, Sargent’s Daughters, Marinaro Gallery, Zaha Hadid 520 W 28th street, Outpost Artist Resources, Wassaic Project, Clocktower Radio, Marfa Open, WGXC Wavefarm, and BoxoPROJECTS.
Please note, this online workshop will begin promptly at the listed start time. In order to ensure the quality of instruction for all participants, late entry will not be permitted.