Radio Marsili is a pop-up radio show on air 24h between 16 and 21 July on the occasion of Volcano Extravaganza 2016.

From 16th to 18th

From 19th to 21st

IDDU -  Field recordings from Stromboli
Iddu (HE, sicilian), is the pronoun traditionally used to identify the Stromboli volcano. This show presents original sounds taken from field recordings sessions on the island.

The morning selection includes:
PARENTESI CLASSICA curated by Ricciarda Belgiojoso
HOR the voice of silence by Federico Chiari

EXTRAVAGANZA PEOPLE -  Soundtrack from VE’s guests
The soundtrack of the festival with playlists chosen by Volcano Extravaganza artists in residence and guests. With Milovan Farronato, Camille Henrot, Martin Murphy, Giovanna Silva, David Horvitz, Alec Curtis, Maria Loboda, Haroon Mirza & Gaia Fugazza, Josefine Reisch, Joana Escoval and the Chisenhale Gallery team.

PASTICHE -  Sound conversations, UBU Web Archive
A series of imaginary, “impossible” interviews and conversations with long-gone or contemporary artists, musicians and intellectuals. “Speakers” include Laurie Anderson, Guillaume Apollinaire, Giacomo Balla, Jorge Luis Borges, Paul Celan, Fortunato Depero, Gilbert and George, Douglas Gordon, Le Corbusier, Meredith Monk.
The archive material is made available in collaboration with UbuWeb.

SHURHÙQ - Warm Music
Radio Marsili pays tribute to the the climatic symbol of the Island with a heat wave of Funk by:
A Man Called Warwick, dj Kobal and Palm Wine.

A mix of tunes, sound art and contemporary essays by Radio Papesse, on the year of its tenth anniversary.

BIS DI PRIMI - Cinema bites
A selection of the best “cuisine” moments in Italian and international cinema to celebrate Casalinghe di Tokyo’s favourite domestic space.

MARSILI 39 ° 15’ - Casalinghe di Tokyo’s playlist
Interviews, snippets and comments from guests and hosts of Casa Marsili.

Daily bulletin from VOLCANO EXTRAVAGANZA’s program

il Vulcano Associazione Culturale, directed by Paquita Gordon, presents a radio show divided in 1hour session for each artist and narrated as a journey across multiple landscapes and atmospheres.
From the volcanic field recordings of Giuseppe Cordaro to the electronic experimental sounds of Robert Lippok, from the contemporary Classical music by Roberto Cacciapaglia to the poetic Ambient of Gigi Masin, going on with the exotic and tropical moods of Avigad and Brother Charlie, ending with a series of Funky Soul sessions, il Vulcano takes us along another musical experience in Sicily.

THE VINYL FACTORY - Special selection
A daily taste of music from the London based vinyl record label.

SCIARADA - Night session
Sunset starts in Stromboli between 8.30 and 9.30 PM and so do the night show of Radio Marsili, with mix from Radio Stromboli hosted by Stefania, London based NTS djs, Gioconda Radio sounds and with the participation of Danil Akimov.

EXTENDED PLAY - Slow listening
Daily session in slow motion by Soslo, collective composed by Sergio Messina e Paine Cuadrelli who created six original tracks for Radio Marsili.

A MAN CALLED WARWICK (Toronto, Canada) runs the legendary night Turning Point and is owner of one of the best record collections around.

DANIL AKIMOV is a sound artist and curator of an experimental music program at the Kaliningrad Branch of the National Centre for Contemporary Arts. Active in the field of interdisciplinary contemporary arts, in his projects he brings together sound, video and performance, exploring the primitive extremities of pseudo-scientific/conceptual approach to artistic production. Since 1997 has cooperated with the art-group Membrana and in 2003 founded the project ArtEgo, which has initiated about 30 local cultural events in the field of entertainment.

DJ KOBAL, selector digger for ever Montrealer, has dizzied audiences with his turntable skills since the early 1990s.
An informed music lover and co-owner of the Afro Kats record label, he is interested in all genres, but has a soft spot for funk and tropical. In the summer of 2009, Kobal was given the task of warming up the stage for Stevie Wonder at the opening show of the 30th Festival International de Jazz de Montreal. Kobal has performed alongside world artists such as Funkadelic,Roy Ayers,Fred Wesley ,Seun Kuti, Sharon Jones,Lee Fields, Quantic.

FEDERICO CHIARI was born in Milano in 1985. He graduated at Accademia di Brera with a tesi about musicology and antropology of techno music. He is a musician and a dj and collaborated as field recordist and sound designer with artists like Anna Franceschini, Diego Marcon, Basma Alsharif and Francesco Bertocco.

GIOCONDA RADIO is a listener supported independent web project developed by cultural association *GCND | Gioconda - Founded by Carlos Rosales (Colombia), music lover and network engineer, and Matteo Bertini (Italy), visual artist and creative, both based in Milan. *GCND | Gioconda - is committed to research and promote culture in various and different dimensions.

IL VULCANO is a not-for-profit cultural association established in 2014 in Pantelleria, a Sicilian island which lies in the heart of the Mediterranean, between Africa and Europe. The aim of il Vulcano is to promote the nature, culture, life and places of the Mediterranean, through artistic and cultural events, and organise projects that develop from the land and the communities that inhabit it.

NTS is a London based radio station built for an international community of music lovers. A platform for the impassioned, it’s a space for hosts and DJs to explore ideas - through sound or otherwise - without limitation or restriction.
*The six DJs are Giulia Ferrazzi, host of Round Here, Phillip Jondo host of We R All Egyptians, Phil Smith who presents Phil’s Jazz Disjunction, Shiva Feshareki, experimental classical composer and regular NTS contributor, Gary the Tall, host of The Reign Set and Jonathan Hampton, host of Reverie.

PAINÈ CUADRELLI is a music producer. sound designer and dj. His eclectic style brings him to play dj sets and live shows in clubs in Italy, France, Canada, Uk, Austria, Usa, Argentina. Additionally, he is coordinator and teacher at the Sound Design Course of Milan’s Istituto Europeo di Design and regularly collaborates with artists and institutions from Italy and abroad.

PALM WINE is a project by Simone Bertuzzi.
Started as a blog in 2009, it is a survey on post-global panorama with a specific eye for the movement of sounds and related imaginaries. As a DJ, he spins warm and border-crossing tunes — you'll hear: dancehall, dub, tarraxinha, kuduro, azonto, afro beats, uk bass, rasterinha and all that can be named under the Tropical Bass umbrella. Simone Bertuzzi is also half of Invernomuto, operating in the fields of visual arts and cross- discipline practices since 2003.

is the first and only web-based Italian radio dedicated to contemporary art.
In 10 years they have produced more than 1000 sound and radio works and more than 250 interviews with contemporary artists (Mikhail Karikis, Etel Adnan, Alfredo Jaar, Omer Fast, Philip Miller, Graham Hudson, James Webb, Ann Hepperman, Davide Tidoni, Chris Watson, Joaquin Cofreces, Anna Raimondo, Alessandro Bosetti, Aurelie Lierman, Nikhil Chopra, Kader Attia, Amy Franceschini, Dora Garcia, Ragnar Kjartansson, Paolo Rosa, Michelangelo Pistoletto, William Furlong, Walter Mignolo and many others).

RADIO STROMBOLI broadcasts music and local news for all the Stromboli island lovers.

RICCIARDA BELGIOJOSO is the curator of Note d'autore, a tu per tu con i compositori d'oggi, the program by Radio Classica, which is dedicated to contemporary classical music.

SOSLO is a project by musician and journalist Sergio Messina and Painè Cuadrelli. Their first self-titled album was released in 2011 as a ready-made sound work based on the extreme manipulation of audio material. A remix album (Adagio) followed, with remixes by the likes of Scanner, JX Juppiter-Larsen, Franco Fabbri and Steve Piccolo. For Radio Marsili the duo produced a series of new compositions.

UBUWEB is a large web-based educational resource for avant-garde material available on the internet, founded in 1996 by poet Kenneth Goldsmith. It offers visual, concrete and sound poetry, expanding to include film and sound art mp3 archives.

THE VINYL FACTORY GROUP, established in 2001, encompasses a record label, vinyl pressing plant, the record shop Phonica and music magazine FACT, in addition to all of its visual arts activities. These include new arts commissions, exhibitions and collaborations between musicians and contemporary artists. The Vinyl Factory record label releases limited editions made in collaboration with both artists and musicians, accompanied by events and performances. Releases to date include: The xx, Christian Marclay, Massive Attack, Eddie Peake, Roisin Murphy, Haroon Mirza, Burial, Dinos Chapman, Florence + the Machine, Maurizio Cattelan, Pet Shop Boys, Martin Creed, Bryan Ferry and Duran Duran.

is an art residency programme and festival run by Fiorucci Art Trust and curated by Milovan Farronato.

Camille Henrot (born in 1978) lives and works in New York. Henrot's diverse practice moves seamlessly between film, drawing, and sculpture. Drawing from her wide-ranging research into subjects and disciplines including literature, mythology, cinema, anthropology, evolutionary biology, religion and history, Henrot’s work acutely reconsiders the typologies of objects and established systems of knowledge. A 2013 fellowship at the Smithsonian resulted in her film Grosse Fatigue, a benchmark work for which she was awarded the Silver Lion at the 55th Venice Biennale. Developing themes from the film, Henrot's exhibition The Pale

Fox was first shown at London's Chisenhale Gallery in 2014 and travelled
to Kunsthal Charlottenburg, Copenhagen; Bétonsalon, Paris; and
the Westfällischer Kunstverein, Munster. A catalogue for the exhibition was released in

January 2016. Henrot has forthcoming exhibitions scheduled at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris; the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; and is currently showing at Fondazione Memmo, Rome. She has had one-person exhibitions at the New Museum, New York; Schinkel Pavilion, Berlin; New Orleans Museum of Art; Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton, Paris; and Jeu de Paume, Paris. She has exhibited in group shows at Centre Pompidou, Paris; Astrup Fearnley Museum,
Oslo; Stedelijk Museum, Netherlands; and SculptureCenter, New York.
Camille Henrot participated in Prospect 3, New Orleans and the 2014 Taipei
and Gwangju Biennials. She is the recipient of the 2014 Nam Jun Paik Award and the Edvard Munch Art Award (2015).

Alec Curtis’s mix for Radio Marsili is called Crisis Point. It channels the most chaotic moments of his NTS Radio Show…. Perfect for a volcanic island.
|bio| Alec Curtis is the programming assistant for London's innovative internet radio station, NTS Live.  He is also co-host of 'Roll Through' along with visual artist Rachel Noble where together they explore immediate club sounds from developing bass genres.

Chisenhale Gallery’s mix is called Smokin’ Hot and it’s a music selection by the London based gallery team.
|bio| Chisenhale Gallery has a 33-year history as one of London’s most innovative forums for contemporary art and our reputation for producing important solo commissions with artists at a formative point in their career.

David Horvitz‘s mix is about wind. He selected wind field recordings, the sound of an Aeolian harp, which is activated by the wind, a singer-songer writer sad song about wandering and an old folk song re-done by Gillian Welch, which is about wind and rain and a sister who drowns her other sister.
|bio| David Horvitz is is a half-Japanese artist who was born in Los Angeles, and currently works in Los Angeles and New York. He has recently exhibited in MoMA and New Museum, New York. For Frieze Projects in 2016 he hired a pickpocket who put sculptures of mating seahorses into the pockets of unsuspecting visitors.

Gaia Fugazza (b. 1985, Milan, Italy) completed an MA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Arts, London, 2014. Recent solo exhibitions include Present and Distracted, Zabludowicz Collection, London, 2016, Studiolo #9, Spazio Cabinet, Milan, Shikinen Sengu, Nuova Icona, Venice, both 2013. In the past two years her work was included in Le Salon de Montrouge, Montrouge,  Memorie, Villa Manin, Passariano, Primavera 4, Dena Foundation, Paris, in Mediterranea, Young Artists Biennale, Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan, The London Open 2015, Whitechapel Gallery, London; Hrm199 Ltd, Museum Tinguely, Basel, and Studio Voltaire Open 2015, Studio Voltaire, London.

Giovanna Silva‘s mix is called The Swimmer and it’s her swimming pool sessions listening music.
|bio| Giovanna Silva is the photographer-in-residence documenting Volcano Extravaganza through her work.

Haroon Mirza’s first half playlist is meditative and alludes to the power of nature, it's constants yet ever changing systems. The first song in particular is an Icaros, a type of chanting used during Ayahuasca ceremonies. Philipp Glass’s piece, Metamorphosis II takes its inspiration form a story by Kafka in which a salesman becomes a large insect. Tim Hecker’s The Piano Drop is reminiscent of the forces of nature such as the ocean, wind and volcanic activity. The last three songs are linked to the current political climate in Europe this summer, with the raise of xenophobic politicians in the UK and the reshuffle of balance.
|bio| Haroon Mirza has won international acclaim for installations that test the interplay and friction between sound and light waves and electric current. He combines a variety of readymade and time based material to create audio compositions, which are often realised as performances, site-specific installations and kinetic sculptures.  Haroon Mirza was born in London in 1977 where he lives and works.

Joana Escoval’s mix is called Fiducia incorreggibile, it is a playlist divided in two parts: the first is made up of field recordings by Palmario intertwined with synth pads by Rawforest; the second moves into songs that could be field captures out in the world, mostly listened to while the artist was in Stromboli and right after leaving.
|bio| Palmario Recordings is a slow-mo record label run by Joana Escoval and Nuno da Luz, dedicated to editions for attentive listening of field captures and translations for the ear. Palmario found itself while wandering in Frankfurt am Main.
|bio| Rawforest is a native that lives in Google Islands, amongst .png palmtrees and cyber aquariums. Landscape traveller and hyperlink tourist that searches its way back to the faraway tropics. Lately seated in Google Valley, it remains asleep amidst compact atmospheres of thick clouds, observing Google Workers in their voids of psycotropics information.

Josefine Reisch’s mix is called Ad Apici and it’s a simple soundtelling of Josefine’s mood.
|bio| Josefine Reisch (born 1987 in Berlin) graduated as Meisterschüler of Lucy McKenzie at the Düsseldorfer Kunstakademie in 2013. She is currently studying at Goldsmith University of London were she will finish her Master of Fine Arts in summer 2017. Josefine’s practice is based on an interest in the representation and valuation of cultural heritage. Her work means to seduce the viewer in its varied forms of textile objects, paintings and printed media. Like a musical medley Josefines work reassembles historical figures to independent compositions. Recent shows include Mary and the Vulcano (Kunst im Tunnel, Düsseldorf, 2016), Slippery Surface (hArtsLane, London, 2016) and Over You/ You (31st Biennal of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, 2015).

Maria Loboda‘s music selection is called High Anxiety. It’s an atmospheric mix collects most of her favorite suspence film soundtracks topped with Tut Enkh Amuns Trumpets being blown for the first time since 3000 years.
|bio| Maria Loboda is born 1979 in Krakow, Poland. Lives and works in Berlin, Germany.
Maria Loboda channels poetic and historical research into formal equations of language and materiality, examining how they act and interact, and what can they express beyond their common readings. In all Maria Loboda's works ideas such as death, drama, magic, elegance, mystery, symbols are mixed to conform beautiful and disturbing objects.

Martin Murphy’s music selection is called Karin’s Mix. The artist re-edited the film Stromboli, from the Italian director Roberto Rossellini, inserting in the mix some movie scenes together with some sounds of the sea he recorded on the island.
|bio| Martin Murphy is an American video and installation artist. Coming from a fascination with the history of cinema and visual effects, Murphy’s videos conflate theatrical scenes with visceral moments of abstraction—often utilizing unconventional narrative structures within surreal, yet familiar settings. Martin Murphy was born in 1982, USA; he lives in Brooklyn, NY. Martin received his B.F.A. from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2005 and his M.F.A. from Hunter College in 2009. His work has been exhibited in venues such as Art In General, New York, NY, BANK, Shanghai, China, The Fabric Workshop and the De La Cruz Collection, Miami, FL.

CASALINGHE DI TOKYO is narrative design from Milano. CDT applies narrative principles onto contemporary objects, with a specific focus on kitchen & dining accessories. The kitchen is CDT ideal playground, the domestic space where intimacy meets hospitality to create powerful stories of taste and aesthetic pleasure.


FEDERICO CHIARI - live broadcast manager
JACOPO PANFILI - sound editor
MARTINA PONTIGGIA - the voice of Radio Marsili