Like a light ray REA diffuses her voice upon the musical surfaces. The ones she is looking for. The ones she comes across. She takes
hold of this astonishing bundle of voices and combines pop and experiment, entwining the solid with the volatile, the unconscious
with the written. Her home is the in between.
She shows that radicalism does not have to be loud, that consequence does not simply reductionism, that colourfulness can be exigent, and the obscure can be true. Is radicalism about this unconditional search