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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WHAT’S ON

STAGING STASIS

Residency programme established by Radio Stasis. Working through the medium of radio, the residency offers creatives based in Rotterdam the possibility to experiment and collaborate, while growing their local networks and engaging with the art community in The Netherlands.


FURTHER PROGRAM COMING SOON...



NEXT BROADCASTS

Wednesday 27th October
The Ironing Board’s Improv Sessions

Friday 26th November
Marta + ??? | The match-making

Coming soon
Julia + Miguel | The check-up











LISTEN TO THE EPISODES

The match-making


The check-up
The wrap-up
KIRSTEN SPRUIT

Kirsten Spruit (1993, The Netherlands) is a designer and media artist. With a background in graphic design and strong inclination towards time-based media and writing, she explores issues relating to information (overload), (non)productivity and (spending) time. She likes to experiment with means of self-publishing and -organising, from coding websites to co-running radio station Good Times Bad Times and collective learn-/workspace Extra Practice. Currently she is looking into “essaying” as capturing the process of an attempt. Meanwhile alter ego Personae makes ambient soundscapes every now and then.

Kirsten graduated from MA Information Design at Design Academy Eindhoven in 2019, and is based in Rotterdam.

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MEGHAN CLARKE

Meghan is a Scottish artist and designer based in Rotterdam. In her expanded textile practice she applies a slow and meticulous process of undoing to the materials of textiles, text and sound, creating intricate tapestries that expose the narrative material histories held in cloth. Her works are often durational as she engages in an embodied occupation of time through the act of non-productive productivity.

Meghan received a BA Textile Design from the Glasgow School of Art. In 2020 she graduated from MA Contextual Design at Design Academy Eindhoven, where she received the Gijs Bakker award for her graduation project This Work of Body / This Body of Work. Her current research explores the connections between rhythm, repetition and textile work.

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