radia #268: the transmission + radia #83: assembly line story
[pls. scroll down for english version]
von einem ort zum anderen. von einer sprache in eine andere.
die erste übertragung kommt aus london, die zweite aus lissabon.
sie können nicht unterschiedlicher sein.
credits und hintergrundinformationen: siehe unten
from one place to another place. from one language to another one.
the first transmission comes from london. the second one from lisbon.
the couldn't be more different. or what?
part I: the transmission
"One of the most annoying things about Radio Art is that you have to download it before you can fast-forward through it. In ‘The Transmission’, I’ve very kindly done all the work for you and it comes ‘pre-fast-forwarded’, so to speak. This, in turn, lends the piece a delightfully impenitent narrative structure – but we’ll come back to that in a moment […]" [r.t.b.]
part II: assembly story line
"What kind of space is build by mixed references and what story can be build with them? This lie that I bring you is a deception on senses. Like hidden small children hitting keys on a loose keyboard behind a curtain in front of an intelectual assistance. Well, what kind of "great art" do they perceive? Another way to put it is to go to a party and jump around conversations. Call it collage, call it pastiche but also composing and directing. It's all about this: cut this bit here and join it there and present it through this very small door opening. What does it mean? The answer is, off course, between each pair of ears." [r.r.]
miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
r.t. bhoustard and resonance104.4fm, london, for a transmission on transmissions;
ricardo reis and radio zero, lisbon, for assembling more than a story line;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.