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[[o]] GUNSTprojekt | GUNSTproject: DIY Radio

lg-diy-grgp.gifDIY Radio

DIY radio is a theme based special series on GUNSTradio exploring the manifold facettes of contemporary Do-It-Yourself-cultures and their historical background. Running from December 2010 onwards, broadcasted at GUNSTradio's hour (3rd friday of the month, from 2 pm till 3 pm) on radio x Frankfurt Main.


((o)) radiator x – 101125 – circuits

rxl_k.gifcircuits radia #288: circuit 02 broadcast + radia #168: brussels international circuit bending orchestra

circuits. electricity. sound. and the high art of creating radio art from this.

in the first part of our show jeroen vandesande has transformed his installation circuit02 into a radio art engine.
afterwards, we'll enjoy another time the circuits bent by the brussels international circuit bending orchestra.

miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jeroenvandesande, the brussels international circuit bending orchestra and radio XL AIR, brussels, for introducing us to the high art of creating, bending and broadcasting circuits;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.

((o)) radiator x – 101104 – living landscapes

rxl_k.gifliving landscapes radia #285: hirondelle  + radia #85: emotional landscape

two living landscapes made from sound, unfolding into different dimensions:
a single swallow does not sing us from springtime – but carries us to and through an electromagnetic spectrum nesting the spirits of birds, insects and plants.

"While contemplating the mysterious life of the landscape, plants, birds,insects,we dive into the magnetic space where the swallows and echoes of things and their spirits live. There is iron and straw and the light's reflection on the water follows the eye, as the beating of the heart echoes through the landscape's melancholy." [B.R./A.S.]

and afterwards, as soul is a territory in its own rights as well, we're travelling further. emotions in motion. motions in emotion.
alexander nikof from skopje mixes processed guitar sounds and software synths.

"… it may disturb you or make you sleep. or may pass you by. take u to vast cosmos teritories or deep underground chambers… it's up to u… enjoy!" [A.N.]

beatriz rodrigues and antónio silva are two artists from viseu, portugal, working together as a couple.
they explore different types of media, such as sound and drawing.
making use of composition, balance, structure, simbolism, significance, rhythm, etc., they organize emotion and memory that lead us to non-places, abstract and shapeless spaces, in a mixture of noisy and melodic environments.

find out more at beatrizrodrigues-antoniosilva.blogspot.com

miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
beatriz rodrigues, antónio silva and tradio zero, lisbon/portugal for making us fly with electromagnetic swallows;
alexander nikof from kanal 103, skopje/macedonia, for his bucolic emotional landscape;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.

[[o]] GUNSTprojekt: HEIMKEHR von | by rinus van alebeek & alessandra eramo (radia #291)

HEIMKEHR von | by rinus van alebeek & alessandra eramo (radia #291)

coming home from nowhere to somewhere – or was it the other way round?
let´s see. or maybe better: let´s listen…


((o)) radiator x – 100917 – radiation roundabout

rxl_k.gifradiation roundabout radia #279 grazer walzer + radia #199 our domestic radiation

radiation roundabout:
a radio experiment ftom graz invites to a waltz. fragments and sounds in transformation and circulation dancing around and between the stations:

"In November 1998, Reni and Jogi Hofmüller went to visit their friends, then living in Ljubljana, Katarina Pejovic and Borut Savski. As they had all been involved in different ways in radio making, sound production, and experimenting, it was clear that – though there had not been the plan beforehand – they would go to Radio Student, to the Ministery of Experiment, and do precisely this: experiment […]" [R.H.]

while anna friz stays at home in her appartment, where strange frequencies are wandering around…

"A composition made from the imagined and actual intercepted fields of electro-magnetic and acoustic signals in and around my apartment in Toronto, Canada. This piece seeks to express some of the wireless action surging daily on site. I am particularly interested in the relative flatness and depth perceivable in both acoustic and Hertzian space, and in the diminishing horizon in the city as a result of urban design and an exponential increase in wireless infrastructure (or electro-magnetic clutter). Additional filters include mason jars, theremin, ring modulator, staged interference, and delay." [A.F.]

miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
reni and jogi hofmüller, katarina pejovic, borut savski and radio helsinki, graz, for an invitation to waltz;
anna friz and radio free103point9, new york, for circulating domestic radiation(s);
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.

((o)) radiator x – 100813 – stalkers

rxl_k.gifstalkers radia #273: history exhaustion + radia #193: the military landscape show

today we'll take a trip to the zone. no no man's land. but nevertheless lost.

first we'll join 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.

francis hunger is an artist, writer and curator. he lives in leipzig, germany. find out more about francis hunger and his work at www.irmielin.org
further information on the installation work 'history exhaustion' can be found at www.irmielin.org/works/history_exhaustion/index.htm
and at www.metro-berlin.net/index.php/francis-hunger-history-exhaustion-press-release

radia # 273: "history exhaustion" by francis hunger is a contribution by radiator x for radia art radio network
premiere week on radia: june 21-27, 2010

afterwards we walk military landscapes in different countries from alaska to new mexico:

"The sonic resonance that surround current and former military landscapes have intrigued artists working with sound. Memories of power and technology settle as an uneasy layer in these environments, creating opportunities for artists. I intend for this to be an on-going series, hopefully weaving in writings, interviews and inviting collaborations." [J.C.]

"military landscape" is a radio project curated and produced by jay cotter. with pieces by richard lerman and louise k. wilson.

miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
francis hunger for leading us into the zone and radio x for making this production/release possible;
jay needham, richard lerman, louise k. wilson and radio zero, lisbon, for additional audiowalks trough military landscapes;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.



Radio on time: From Summer 2010 onwards a series of radio shows is being produced as part of the TIME BENDING CLOCK project, a transdisciplinary research in the fields of art, media, cultural history and the history of sciences on theories and practices of alternate methods and techniques of clocking time.


[[o]] GUNSTprojekt: HISTORY EXHAUSTION von | by francis hunger (radia #273)

HISTORY EXHAUSTION von | by francis hunger (radia #273)

today we'll take a trip to the zone. no no man's land. but nevertheless lost.


[[o]] GUNSTprojekt: algoRHYTHMIC noise of our everyday gadgets von | by shintaro miyazaki & michael chinen (radia #258)

algoRHYTHMIC noise of our everyday gadgets von | by shintaro miyazaki & michael chinen (radia #258)

mobiles. navigators. digital cameras. laptops.
gadgets we use every day. they all produce: noises. rhythms. sound.
shintaro miyazaki and michael chinen from the institute for algorhythmics dedicate their research to a sonic archaeology of everyday gadgets…


((o)) radiator x – 100115 – remember

rxl_k.gifremember radia #245: memento internationale + radia #41: ressonoria

two travels into the space of radiophonic memory.

first adrian hall leads us into the head of a old man, retrieving the sounds of the past:

"This an atmospheric work for radio which takes place inside the head, and the history, of an elderly man.
He dwells on moments and places he may have been, and the life in turn of his father.
The work is initially set in the shaving mirror of his home, and touches on mortality,
and the trades of working men everywhere…" [A.H.]

afterwards, we're going down on the airport of ressonoria, the land of recollected sounds:

"Ressonoria (from: res/republic and sonus/sound) is an anti-utopic static story about a country-airport.
The whole political moral is manifested in forcing absurd sound limits, frequency sell, prison for violators.
Anti-utopia aimed at the airport of all sound experimentalists, full of bites – like the name of the airport is called ”frequenz shumen” (shumen is “noisy” in bulgarian). of course in the end the naivity smashes the airport and ends the game." [tkirst]

miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jovica for the space machine, corsica s for some beautiful radiator sounds;
adrian hall and radio one, dunedin, for the acoustic memento;
tkirst and radio cult, sofia, for inviting us to ressonoria;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.

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