PST, THIRD COAST IS BACK THIS FALL — in a new, virtual world. Join us for much-needed audio community & inspiration in: Third Place.

She Launched Channel Zero

In a time when commercial interests continue to stake a claim to audiences' attentions on the Internet, artists continue to explore the narrowcast as a vehicle for simultaneously cultivating an audience and developing a body of work.

In a time when commercial interests continue to stake a claim to audiences' attentions on the Internet, artists continue to explore the narrowcast as a vehicle for simultaneously cultivating an audience and developing a body of work.

Sound artists/storytellers Mendi + Keith Obadike discuss the advantages and challenges of making audio work that lives between and among the genres of transmission arts, documentary, music, sound installation, and Internet art.


Featuring

Mendi and Keith Obadike

Mendi + Keith Obadike tell stories with sound. They've webcast their opera The Sour Thunder (Bridge Records), won an award for outstanding sound design from the Connecticut Critic's Circle for work at the Yale Repertory Theater, released a book of poetry entitled Armor and Flesh, and received commissions from the Whitney Museum, the Whitechapel Gallery of London, and EAI /The NY African Film Festival.