Lullaby for a Troubled Boy@halas.am by Ronald Boersen
Experimental Israel is a research project of the Israeli experimental music scene active between 2016-17. In its 60 broadcasts, recorded live from the halas.am studio, composer and radio producer - Dr. Ophir Ilzetzki, met with scores of practitioners identified with the Israeli experimental scene; predominantly sound artists. Through interviews with, and dedicated commissions from the featured artists, Experimental Israel attempted to trace the outlines of the genre at large, and its Israeli manifestation in particular. Each session attempted not only to draw the contours of a featured artist, but also to focus the main research questions. However, Experimental Israel, the ever first archive of its kind, does not beg definitive answers to its main queries, but rather functions as a snapshot in time, allowing a more knowing and aware conversation amongst practitioners. More so, it prompts future comparative researches on similar or related topics.
On this page you will find all the musical contributions recorded by various artists on Experimental Israel. For the entire shows (in Hebrew), please follow this link.
Experimental Israel was made possible through the kind support of The Israeli National Lottery, and the Israeli Centre for Digital Art in Holon.
Lullaby for a Troubled Boy@halas.am by Ronald Boersen is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License.