In the six-part series Radio Pareidolia, Leonor Faber-Jonker is your guide in the mysterious realm of music and memory. Digging into her (post)punk record collection, she explores how music attaches itself to experiences, people, and places, how we can suddenly hear new things in songs we have heard a thousand times, and how music history is written.
Part 1: Berlin – Sound of a city (27.04.21)
Part 2: Julian Schnabel’s ‘Basquiat’ – Myth making (04.05.21)
Part 3: Sexism – Shifting perspectives (11.05.21)
Part 4: The Slits – Loud voices, silenced voices (18.05.21)
Part 5: Dutch punk – Oral history (25.05.21)
Part 6: Rotterdam underground – Nostalgia for an age yet to come (01.06.21)
Leonor Faber-Jonker is a Rotterdam-based author, researcher, and artist. In her work she explores the relations between memory, materiality, and meaning. She writes fiction and non-fiction, gives lectures and readings, makes collages, photographs, draws, and collects. She is also editor, curator, and zinester, has published extensively on colonial history and the counterculture of the 1980s, and spins records as dj Amelie Feline.