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((o)) radiator x – 120823 – empire of

rxl_k.gifempire of radia #381: psychedelic feedback noise + radia #352: empire(s)

empire of. loops leading into it.
first psychedelic feedback noise with jeremy kelly.
afterwards, to glide into even deeper trance, a brass bell. two minutes transformed into sheer eternity:

"[…] 'the sound of a brass bell tuned to the pitch D, but with an overtone of D-sharp, struck nine times at a brisk tempo, with the final tone allowed to ring until the sound decays naturally. The rhythmic pattern is eight 16th notes and a quarter note; the total duration, from the striking of the first tone to the end of the decay on the final one, is just over 3 seconds.' Owners of Record: NYSE GROUP, INC.
Taking it’s cues from the long-duration film of the same name, this work takes a 2 second audiomark registered by the New York Stock Exchange and slows it drastically to 28 minutes. The opening bell and energetic trader shouts are brought to a standstill and become instead a dirge of white noise and ringing drones which replace motivation with malaise." [L.M.]

credits:
miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jovica for the space machine, corsica s for some beautiful radiator sounds;
jeremy kelly and radio free103point9, new york, for leading us in the empire of;
luke munn and resonance.fm, london, for guiding us even deeper;
and of course, as always: radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.

((o)) radiator x – 120809 – impro galore!

rxl_k.gifimpro galore! radia #379: o.t.a.n.z.z. a.a.i.r.b.u.s. + radia #232: the dad ... or some

impro(visation) galore!

first we'll meet o.t.a.n.z.z. a.a.i.r.b.u.s., a free improvisation trio based in brussels, presenting us a live performance at nova cinema (ok, in recorded format).

afterwards we join again with TD-OS, an improvisation collective from marseille:

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[[o]] GUNSTprojekt | GUNSTproject: Datscha-Radio

Datscha-Radio: Ein Garten On Air | A Garden on Air

Datscha-Radio – A Garden On Air

A garden is more than a metaphor: Bridging architecture to nature, it is a living space for visions and encounters, for work and leisure. The garden has been a companion to mankind in all cultures since the beginning of civilization. With the onslaught of technologies of daily life, the topic of gardening has continually gained attention in terms of aesthetics, history and ecology. The true potential of the garden, though, lies within its rich multitudes. A garden is not just one place, it is many places; not just one system, but many systems. To create a garden for listening and international cooperation which appeals to all of the senses – this is the aim of Datscha-Radio.

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[[o]] GUNSTprojekt | GUNSTproject: RadioRhizomE

RadioRhizomE

RadioRhizomE is listenting to garden(')s underground and from beyond, collecting gems of hidden germinations and clandestine growth: propagule diasporas, grass root revolutions, and other movements in the greens, mosses, lichen and fungi, weeds and wild herbs, plant pharmacy and toxicology, strange symbioses, productive parasites and the fruits of decay, crypto- and pata-botanics, biolelectronics and techno-organic transformations, secret nests, garden ghosts and the whispers of the wind…

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((o)) radiator x – 120712 – abstract landscapes

rxl_k.gifabstract landscapes radia #375 DNT GVP + radia #193: the military landscape show

abstract landscapes. made concrete. with sound.

first we'll follow neven lochhead from the arctic to italy:

"'DNT GVP' is a composition by experimental musician and filmmaker Neven Lochhead, who is based out of Kingston, Ontario. Like much of Neven’s recent work, DNT GVP concerns itself with abstraction and experience of space. Clean guitar tones are played while sounds of Pond Inlet, Nunavut, a small hamlet in the arctic, surface to the ears between rests. A slight echo is applied to the sounds of the town, immediately informing that the sound is an abstraction. A complete and pure representation is always abstracted by the appearance of added audio. The landscape fades in and out of conscious listening. Later in the piece, a recording from an Italian language tape fades in, first appearing as part of the landscape itself – a distant radio playing through someone’s kitchen window. The sound of the tape increases, thickens and engulfs the impossible soundscape." [C.FR.]

afterwards, we'll listen another time to radio zero's 'military landscape show' researching the resonant space of former and current camps and training areas. curated and produced by Jay Needham (wavespace.org), with pieces by…

… Richard Lerman (sonicjourneys.com):

Aleutian Internment – Inside a hunting dwelling on the Pribilof Islands in the Bering Sea (amplified whale bone, grass, rain, wild celery and a wind harp) Funter Bay Internment camp (slats of the goldmine camp building where they were interned, windharp, rain) Windharp and weeds at a Cemetery across from the Internment camp at Funter BaySeals on St Paul Island, the Pribilofs Ugadaga Bay, looking towards Biorka Island and an Iris in the wind and snow, recorded on Unalaska Islan. (01) Trinity Site – Trinity Site, near Alamagordo, NM, was recorded in April 1997. Two times a year, the site where the first atomic bomb was tested, is opened up to visitors and many hundreds of people attend. I began recording from the car as I entered the military check point. Later, I recorded sounds from piezo disks attached to glass pieces that I placed into the earth. Also heard are sounds recorded from the fence surrounding ground zero and amplified, grass, weeks and footsteps of persons at the site. (03)

… and Louise K. Wilson (www.lincoln.ac.uk/lsad/staff_pt/l_wilson.htm):

Black Beacon Receiver mix – Mixed-down version of the seven soundscapes produced for "Black Beacon Receiver". From A Record of Fear. (02) Unamplified choir. Sine oscillator (composer: Yannais Kyriakides) – a specially composed piece for Exmoor Singers, made for temporary installation in Lab 5 at Orford Ness. (04) Recorded at Lansdowne Studios, London on August 7, 2005. Music Director: James Jarvis; Producer Clarissa Farran.

credits:
miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jovica for the space machine, corsica s for some beautiful radiator sounds;
neven lochhead and radio cfrm, ontario, for abstractions of concrete landscapes and concretions of abstract landscapes;
jay needham and radio zero, lissabon, for making us familiar with louise k. wilson's and richard lerman's sonic visions of military landscapes;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.

((o)) radiator x – 120614 – ex sonification

rxl_k.gifex sonification radia #372 sound within sound + radia #301 resonant space

sonic experiments. (with)in sound. in space. in sounding spaces.

first with andrea jane cornell who inivites us to think about the way radio is being created within radio:

"Radio is created where radio is listened to. Ckut’s Andrea Jane Cornell takes the listener out of conventional listening spaces and ways of thinking about hearing and listening. Using our on air broadcasting studio with its equipment as a complex musical instrument, she brings us
sound within sound." [RCK]

afterwards, david strang is another time experimenting with sound (with)in space in a former wind channel:

"This work is a sonic representation of the space Q121. A space built and designed for the most efficient flow of air at speeds of up to 150 mph. The site was specifically chosen since the movement of air is a form of sound. […] Q121 was decommissioned in 1996 and has sat unused, dark and silent for more than a decade. Built in 1935 it was used in a wide variety of tests on structures such as, propellers, helicopter rotors and architectural features.
The method for creating and collecting the sound refers back to Alvin Lucier's 'I am sitting in a room' (1969). Inside Q121 a recording was made. This recording was then played back into Q121whilst being recorded again. As this cycle was repeated the layers of air became denser until, slowly, the space began to reveal a drone with various overtones determined by the physical dimensions of Q121." [D.S.]

find out more about david strang at www.davidstrang.co.uk
his radia show is based on his sound installation "resonant space", see: www.davidstrang.co.uk/resonantspace.htm

credits:
miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jovica for the space machine, corsica s for some beautiful radiator sounds;
andrea jane cornell and radio ckut, montréal, for making us listen to radio within radio;
david strang and soundart radio, dartington, for sending us through the wind channel;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.

((o)) radiator x – 120607 – windtime(s), again

lgb-gtik.gifWINDTIME(S) radia #371 wind time + radia #349 with the wind

clocking windtime. not to draw a line along the dimensions of time. but to tear a hole into the latter.
listening closely to the ticks and tacks of winds and weathers, thunders and lightnings of bells and chimes, the whispers of clocks. timelines dissolving in the rain.

so far the first part of the show. produced by radiator x for radia art radio network.
find more info on this show at www.under-construction.cc/tbcw/tbc-radio-windtime.

in the second part, we'll listen again to the second production of the TIME INVENTORS’ KABINET (TIK) radio art collective – a transmission that went, literally, with the wind.

more on this show at www.under-construction.cc/tbcw/tik-radio-with-the-wind. As a contribution by radiator x for radia art radio network, it has been produced and broadcasted for the first time in december 2011.

windtime(s) is part of the series TIME BENDING CLOCK RADIO.
TIME BENDING CLOCK RADIO is radio on time.
since summer 2010, TIME BENDING CLOCK RADIO is one of the active mechanisms of the TIME BENDING CLOCK, a research project and tool looking at alternate theories and practices of measuring time, operating at the intersections of art, media, cultural history and the history of science.
find out more about the TIME BENDING CLOCK by visiting the TIME BENDING CLOCK WORK.

Like TIME BENDING CLOCK, TIME BENDING CLOCK RADIO is part of the TIME INVENTORS' KABINET (TIK).
The TIME INVENTORS' KABINET is a collaborative artistic research project at the intersections of ecology, art, and media,
taking an ecological approach to observing patterns in time and time control systems.
find out more about TIK at www.timeinventorskabinet.org

credits:
miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jovica for the space machine, corsica s for some beautiful radiator sounds;
digifish, ERH, martin lightning, black boe, smusounddesign, freed, suonho elements, klangbeeld, microscopia and morgantj for sharing their wind, weather and clock sounds (more details: (more details: pls see the extended show info microsite within the TIME BENDING CLOCK WORK) at www.freesound.org; freesound.org for being such a great resource and platform for sharing sound recordings; tk for joining the production;
the TIK radio art radio week collective and progress bar, bratislava;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.

((o)) radiator x – 120531 – windtime(s)

lgb-gtik.gifWINDTIME(S) radia #371 wind time + radia #349 with the wind

clocking windtime. not to draw a line along the dimensions of time. but to tear a hole into the latter.
listening closely to the ticks and tacks of winds and weathers, thunders and lightnings of bells and chimes, the whispers of clocks. timelines dissolving in the rain.

so far the first part of the show. produced by radiator x for radia art radio network.
find more info on this show at www.under-construction.cc/tbcw/tbc-radio-windtime.

in the second part, we'll listen again to the second production of the TIME INVENTORS’ KABINET (TIK) radio art collective – a transmission that went, literally, with the wind.

more on this show at www.under-construction.cc/tbcw/tik-radio-with-the-wind. As a contribution by radiator x for radia art radio network, it has been produced and broadcasted for the first time in december 2011.

windtime(s) is part of the series TIME BENDING CLOCK RADIO.
TIME BENDING CLOCK RADIO is radio on time.
since summer 2010, TIME BENDING CLOCK RADIO is one of the active mechanisms of the TIME BENDING CLOCK, a research project and tool looking at alternate theories and practices of measuring time, operating at the intersections of art, media, cultural history and the history of science.
find out more about the TIME BENDING CLOCK by visiting the TIME BENDING CLOCK WORK.

Like TIME BENDING CLOCK, TIME BENDING CLOCK RADIO is part of the TIME INVENTORS' KABINET (TIK).
The TIME INVENTORS' KABINET is a collaborative artistic research project at the intersections of ecology, art, and media,
taking an ecological approach to observing patterns in time and time control systems.
find out more about TIK at www.timeinventorskabinet.org

credits:
miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jovica for the space machine, corsica s for some beautiful radiator sounds;
digifish, ERH, martin lightning, black boe, smusounddesign, freed, suonho elements, klangbeeld, microscopia and morgantj for sharing their wind, weather and clock sounds (more details: pls see the extended show info microsite within the TIME BENDING CLOCK WORK) at www.freesound.org; freesound.org for being such a great resource and platform for sharing sound recordings; tk for joining the production;
the TIK radio art radio week collective and progress bar, bratislava;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.

((o)) radiator x – 120524 – digging history

rxl_k.gifdigging history radia #369 digging radio + radia #273 history exhaustion

radio. history. media archaeology.

first with an attempt to re-enact the beginnings of radio as public cultural medium, a.o. in hommage a.o. à Clément Ader's invention of the théâtrophone.

"Yet another annoying piece of radio art? In the beginning there was the paraphrase. Starting from the search for radio art events to be reproduced we ended up looking into landmarks of radio history in connection with art – hopping from its beginnings to the digital turn.
Listen to a simulation of history and how it is digged out of its holes." [K.F.]

a radia show by Kristina Fromm, Lale Rodgarkia-Dara, Fiona Steinert; supported by Barbara Kaiser, Karl Schönswetter, Sara Norris, Christine Schörkhuber und Judith Purkarthofer. find out more about this show at www.radia.fm.

afterwards we'll take a trip to the zone. no no man's land. but nevertheless lost. joining an expedition with no return:

"three friends search for an ominous radio station that transmits number sequences with mysterious messages. told is the expedition’s story through an area bearing names such as 'path of the invisible hand', 'stalin highlands' or 'post-modernist cave labyrinth'.
the characters – student, entrepreneur, skilled worker – lose their life or at least get lost under unpleasant circumstances…" [F.H.]

history exhaustion is the audio transformation of an installation francis hunger created in 2009, focussing on the subject of 'verausgabung' (exhaustion).
with the voice of richard cotter.
the radio show is a contribution by radiator x for radia art radio network, produced and broadcasted for the first time in august 2010.

credits:
miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jovica for the space machine, corsica s for some beautiful radiator sounds;
kristina fromm, lale rodgarkia-dara, fiona steiner and radio orange, vienna, for an expedition into radio history;
francis hunger for a radiophonic expedition into the zone and radio x for making this production/release possible;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.

[[o]] GUNSTprojekt | GUNSTproject: TIK ROOFTOP RADIO

lgb-gtik.gifTIK ROOFTOP RADIO

A live gallery radio stream from the TIK exhibition & festival. Rooftop Radio is a settled and permanent interaction with broadcast reports, interviews, discussions, atmospheric pictures and more from the festival site.

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