Radiata is a performance work made up of an interchangeable series of small sections, each of which explore simple notions relating to the propagation of radiation in some way, such as projection, transmission, reception, diffraction, natural radio and so on, via a range of everyday materials and devices (radios, remote controls, strobe lights, safety glass, bottles, aluminium foil, broken glass, laser pointers, magnifying glasses, solar panels, 9 volt batteries, etc).

In a darkened space, transistor radios are used to draw out, convey or otherwise produce the sounds of the work; the radios themselves also perform a number of other sculptural, structural and spatialising roles alongside the other materials.

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