of walks and other journeys
radia #252 small journeys long distance + radia #74 taking a life for a walk
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radia geht wieder einmal auf reisen.
im ersten teil der sendung werden mit kleinen reisen im netzwerk der kunstradiosender lange distanzen überwunden.
anschliessend nimmt uns caroline knaabel auf einen spaziergang durch die klangwelten ihres saxophons mit.
credits und hintergrundinformationen: siehe unten
and again radia invites you to a trip.
in the first part of our show, we'll travel long distances with short journeys by riding the waves of our art radio network:
"Shows from the Radia Network travel… from one artist's ears to another's. From one small community to another, far away. Within the shows journeys take place too, whether a walk through the shopping centre or a trip into space.
This collage, built from fragments of some of 2009's contributions, celebrates these journeys large and small; what they have in common and what sets them apart. […]" [L.G.]
Small Journeys Long Distance features extracts from:
Out of Space, War of the Worlds from Orange 94.0 – Our Domestic Radiation by Anna Friz for Free103point9 – Snow Squabbles by Neil Griffith, Cathy Inouye Caroline Kunzle for Ckut – Incidental Parallels by Pôm Bouvier B. for Radio Grenouille – Radiodance Opus.01: Y Do B?, by F. Ribeiro, for Rádio Zero – Silence Radio: Ruisselle by Philippe Vandendriessche; Greetings from Italy by Damien Magnette; Nous, les Défunts by Yannick Dauby,from Radio Campus – Stiller Marktschrei by Stephan Roth from Orange 94.0 – Closing Down, by GilbertandGrape from Soundart Radio – This Means War by Andrej Ancevski for Kanal 103, Skopje – Fragments of Stratford Shopping Centre by Martin Williams for Resonance 104.4fm – The Forester And Me by Maarten Lauwaert and Joris Van Damme for XL Air – Rug Radio by Maria Papadomanolaki for Free103point9 – Flare: Real Energy World By Eva Ursprung for Klubradio/Herbstradio – Why Don't You Go Home? by Cathryn Morgan Richards for Soundart Radio – Awaiting for the Waters to Rise by Frederic Alstadt for Radio Campus – Mayon Volcano by Andreas Loeschner Gornau for Radio Corax – Playground: Art Games by miss.gunst for radio x.
afterwards, caroline knaabel invites us to join her journey through the soundscapes of her saxophone:
"Caroline Kraabel, known to Resonance listeners for her show 'Taking a life for a walk' presents a study of her foolish machine – the saxophone. Eight players with their saxophones of varying sizes are asked to present their foolish machines to the unsuspecting listener, what they can do and what they like to do with it. The results are multilayered. Besides Caroline one can hear amongst others Lol Coxhill on the soprano and Tony Bevan on the bass saxophone." [K.A.]
Produced by Caroline Kraabel with help from Martin Williams.
miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jovica for the space machine, corsica s for some beautiful radiator sounds;
lucinda guy, soundArt radio Darlington and kunstradio vienna, austria, for keeping record of our small journeys;
caroline kraabel and resonance fm, london, for taking us out and in for a walk with her sax;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.