brotherly love

Brotherly Love, Where Art Thou? – Victoria Estok

A public audio intervention – a micro radio broadcast and performance using a portable micro-transmitter, a hand held radio studio, and a collection of radios. The current national climate around politics and culture is tense – talk radio has played a significant part in escalating tension, increasing confusion, resistance and rage. This project aims to reclaim radio, on a smaller scale, to bring people back together. During our time together you will both listen to and then have the opportunity to be part of a contemplative roving micro-radio broadcast that is a mediation on, a quest for, and an experiment in brotherly love. Come as you are.

Victoria Estok (Beacon NY) is a conceptual artist who teaches sound in New Media at SUNY Purchase. Driven by a deep seated need to uncover intentions behind everyday actions, she favors community work and public interventions because they underscore and align with her value for genuine interaction.