Hollingsville: Episode 6, Spaces – Buildings Dream Too

In the sixth episode of ‘Hollingsville’, studio guests will be Andy Sharp AKA English Heretic cartographer of intense psychic spaces and radical mediumistic ideologue Mark Fisher. Specially commissioned musical interludes will be by English Heretic with additional moods by ‘Hollingsville’ composer in residence, Graham Massey. Ins and outs are by Indigo Octagon.

‘The concept of “place”,’ the editors of Archigram asserted, ‘exists only in the mind.’ As the influence of the airport, the shopping mall, the international hotel and the modern office block impinges upon our consciousness, the concept of ‘place’ becomes increasingly unreal. Networked ‘interactive’ spaces now flicker and whisper around us, conjuring up dreams of data, ghosts of purpose and direction. Space has become haunted, and we have become the phantoms wafting like dreams through our own cities.

After visiting Mars, where next? Welcome to Hollingsville: the new twelve-part series from writer Ken Hollings. A World’s Fair of the airwaves, the shows focuses each week on a different aspect of our historical relationship with technology. From machines to monsters, spaces to dreams, this Radio Expo offers an unscripted tour through the chosen theme, utilising voices and sounds from special guests and presented by Ken Hollings with his usual idiosyncratic flair.

Ken Hollings is the author of Welcome To Mars: Fantasies of Science in the American Century 1947-1959, available from Strange Attractor Press. For more information go to http://www.strangeattractor.co.uk or http://www.kenhollings.blogspot.com

2 thoughts on “Hollingsville: Episode 6, Spaces – Buildings Dream Too

  1. Patrick

    This episode seems to be unavailable to stream or download. Is anybody else having the same problem?

  2. Ken Hollings

    All of the links and downloads for the current series of ‘Hollingsville’ shows have now been repaired, so there shouldn’t be any problem accessing them. Any problems, let me know.

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