CD with booklet printed on black-and-white illustrated sheets with text printed on translucent sheets.
A personal history inscribed in a technical history. As Whitehead describes it, The strange and inescapable
desire to electrocute myself, under the delusion that I will then somehow
be able to fly. Brainwaves and radiowaves: magnetic dreams. BUT: the
con/current fear of the CRASH, "ending up in a burn unit. Radio as
a sensual seduction and political provocation. Radio as a theater of
The CD contains 30 tracks, transcribed in the booklet. Based on two radio play, one of which the 1993
radio play manifesto, commissioned by the New American Radio: http://www.ubu.com/sound/whitehead.html
The illustrations of the booklet are based on the artwork by Patrice Caire, C.A.I.R.E. '93.
Shake, Rattle, Roll won the 1993 Prix Futura Berlin.
Directed by, voice, narrator:
Gregory Whitehead: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregory_Whitehead
Design: Joke Brouwer; Produced for V2.
© 1995 V2_Archief