"Julia Drouhin (AU/FR), dramatically veiled in black lace among the mossy tombstones of Halle’s Renaissance cemetery, performs something ephemeral and edible. This French-Tasmanian artist, who has featured on ABC Radio’s Soundproof, is known for making records out of chocolate. A delicate process of casting confectionery in state of the art silicone reproduces the grooves with surprising fidelity. The sounds are as good as they taste and can be played for a little while before disintegrating. Some of the records break coming out of the moulds and are distributed to the crowd for consumption without ever being heard. I am surprised by how this brings the crowd together, like a strange sweet communion. Small radios across the cemetery play a broadcast backdrop composed of works by 40 women who collaborated on the project, their creations printed to vinyl disks from which Drouhin's confections were also cast."
in "An ear to the future of creative radio"
By Sophea Lerner: "Radio Revolten International Radio Art Festival, Halle, Germany" in RealTime issue #135 Oct-Nov 2016 pg.