RADIO STASIS

Rotterdam based collective, also known as 'the airwaves match-makers'. Bringing local creatives together, one residency at a time.



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OUR SHOWS

STAGING STASIS

MODERATE OR GOOD OCCASIONALLY POOR

I DON’T PERFORM FOR TIME,
TIME PERFORMS FOR ME

CEOLita souNDS 

STITCHES + BIERTJES

IF A TREE FALLS IN THE FOREST

1 / 168



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Saturday 17th September
I Don’t Perform For Time, Time Performs for Me | Radio WORM







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Occupation 3: 11-12pm, Tuesday 29th March 2022

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Occupation 1

1 / 168

“the brute is always saying something, is saying give me the labour of your body, not the work of your hands”
        Anne Boyer, Garments Against Women



1 / 168 is a series of occupations in which, for an hour each week, we tune in to the sonic byproducts of labour, the ‘devil’s dust’1 - the sounds of stitches and knots, of hands pulling thread taught and snapping. These byproducts are generally discarded in the moment of their creation, with the focus instead on the material outcome of production. These sonic byproducts are evidence of the knowledge our bodies produce through repetitive acts and in discarding them the knowledge of our bodies is disqualified.

Each occupation is a sonic act of a defiance - an attempt to centre the byproduct as the intention of production and to tune in to the knowledge of our bodies, the ‘knowledge from below’2.

Hosted by Meghan Clarke


1. Capital, Karl Marx
A phrase used to describe the necessary byproduct that is created when spinning cotton. You cannot spin cotton without creating the byproduct, its value is transferred to the final product and yet it does not exist. 

2. The Queer Art of Failure, Jack Halberstam
Knowledge from below is subjugated knowledge, that which has been disqualified, overlooked, masked, buried, in favour of qualified, legitimised, hegemonic knowledge and structures.