No Fixed Abode


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For Cast and Figment, Homeland engaged with the dedicated Internet radio station set up by Soundfjord in order to explore, technically and theoretically, a hybrid analogue and digital broadcast landscape. Following the annexing of analogue radio by the Internet, this broadcast will allow Homeland to revisit Marshall McLuhan's proposition that radio has the power ‘to turn the psyche and society into a single echo chamber’, through examining the heterogeneous and discordant psychological pressures of capitalism non-synchronically; within the concept of late capitalism and within the temporal experience of being ‘live’. In this sense, the way that Homeland approaches being ‘live’ will be partially pre-determined through semi-scripted reading and influenced externally through found material and the ontological language of the moment in live discussion.