Nooshin Hakim Javadi and Pedram Baldari created a mobile radio station that acted as a platform for connecting with researchers of immigration, mobility, and trauma. The Center for New Americans and the University’s Law School and the Target Studio served as their bases. They developed a program of broadcasts—interviews, storytelling, and sound performances—and established a discursive program of engagement with academic and immigrant communities. Javadi and Baldari hope to use the radio transmission as a tool and as a metaphor, envisioning…
Target Studio: Incubator Project
You are invited to the inaugural broadcast of Radio Rhizome: a radio station dedicated to immigrants’ rights, created by Nooshin Hakim Javadi and Pedram Baldari. The event will be centered around an open conversation between the audience and the collaborators, to learn more about their process while in residence at the Target Studio.
Developed in collaboration with the U of M Law School’s Center for New Americans, Javadi and Baldari will generate a broadcast program of interviews, storytelling, and sound performances. The event will be co-presented with Deepinder Mayell, the executive director of the James H. Binger Center for New Americans and director of the Center’s Education and Outreach Program of the Law School. Supported by Stardust.