Podcast

HumanHuman is a Podcast. It is quite literally conversations in the flesh, about the flesh and with those who work in the undulating overlapping fields of being a moving, thinking human. 

HumanHuman is a series of instalments we describe as 'Sonic Art Doco Vignettes'. They are composed of spoken word, field recordings and soundscapes derived from our moving practice & the moving world.

All interviews, sound collection & sonic/musical compositions in the following intallments are produced and edited by Camilla & Ineke - The WonderLab Project. All rights reserved © 2017

HumanHuman E02: Hal, Lay Down A Beat!

LIPS performing in Carlton - Photography by Jane Shelton

LIPS performing in Carlton - Photography by Jane Shelton

Hand in hand with music, fire, eating and sex, we've been dancing forever. Why? What makes us do it? And...the science is out, our neural plasticity thrives on it.
We took to the streets to find out if the people are still dancing.

It's been some time since our first installment. We've been performing as LIPS around Melbourne and have been keen to capture the voices and textures of the people we meet on the way. This installment marks the beginning of  the style we're developing to do just this.

Our thanks to all the generous people who offered their stories. Special thanks to Milo & Hal Christensen. All sonic/musical compositions are original with the exception of the music playing in the background of the interviews, so our thanks to those artists who bring a musical life to the work.

Duration: 10'44"

HumanHuman E01 : From The Tips Of My Fingers

LIPS in studio - Photography by Bing Smith

LIPS in studio - Photography by Bing Smith

This is an introduction of what's to come, in HumanHuman - a podcast by The WonderLab Project. It is a series of conversations in the flesh, with people of all ages. Spoken word and original soundscapes compile this opening provocation on being a moving, thinking human. 
Our thanks to: Stella MalingSmith, Kim Sargent-Wishart, Bing Smith, Alastair Watts, Cathy Madden, Anouar Cunningham and Bella & Elvy Swan.

Duration: 5'35"