Is correspondence a relation of responses and reactions, informed by separation?

Does correspondence resonate to both the past and to the future?

Can we imagine “home” no longer as a geopolitical location but instead as a set relations that are subjected to the forces of memory, attraction and magnetism? Could this home be conceived as a satellite in orbit with our current surroundings?

Could such a gravitational relationship mediate a re-living together? What prototypes could instantiate new learnings?

From these conditions, can we conceive gestures that are both monologues and a dialogues? Both solitary and collective action? Could these gestures become a communal property whose intellectual qualities are shared and experienced by incomensurable forces?

Perhaps “musical instruments” are such prototypes - tools that can facilitate a bonding beyond verbal language?

Can we understand sound as an environment? Is sound an ecology? A territory? As the first wireless communication system, what does the radio reveal about the future beyond contemporary networks of communicative capitalism? What defines a militant sound?

The early moments of listening to the radio were communal activities in public environments such as libraries and pubs. Increasingly, listening became an experience shared between families.
Then the receiver became a device owned by one family. Subsequently, the receiver became an individual device, with multiple devices under one family’s roof. Later on, this device became a walkman and currently it is also through subscribed systems such as ipods that the listening takes place...

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