FILM IS EVIL: RADIO IS GOOD
Kate Donovan & davidly
Film is Evil: Radio is Good is a radio adaptation of Richard Foreman’s theatre piece of the same name. It is set predominantly in a radio studio, and is essentially about the difference in perception between the audible and the visible, claiming that the visual medium of film is grounded in artifice and lies, and that “Radio is good because its metaphysical principle is like the radiations that sustain all life in the universe itself.
davidly : You’re on the air. You’re really . . . on the air.
Kate : I felt myself radiating to the whole world. Reading the text of my heart, I say to myself: “Oh, dear. I am exiled from real consciousness of seeing the sandwich as the sandwich.”