free log For the duration of the 11th Kaunas Biennial, Allard van Hoorn turns the Church into half radio, half jamming tower, disrupting its monumental purity with his sound intervention of 'no signal' static, jammed signal, and other idiosyncratic radio phenomena as a reminder of the fragility of freedom - freedom of speech in particular.
For the duration of the 11th Kaunas Biennial, Allard van Hoorn turns the Church into half radio, half jamming tower, disrupting its monumental purity with his sound intervention of 'no signal' static, jammed signal, and other idiosyncratic radio phenomena as a reminder of the fragility of freedom - freedom of speech in particular.
Title: For the duration of the 11th Kaunas Biennial, Allard van Hoorn turns the Church into half radio, half jamming tower, disrupting its monumental purity with his sound intervention of 'no signal' static, jammed signal, and other idiosyncratic radio phenomena as a reminder of the fragility of freedom - freedom of speech in particular.