Demnächst: Datscha Radio 2017 | Upcoming: Datscha Radio 2017
For a considerably long period we've been pottering around, collecting seeds, preparing the seedbeds… Finally, here comes the official announcemen of the breaking news: In 2017 we'll be celebrating a new edition of Datscha Radio!
Chernobyl. A place where clocks are working differently. A zone of death where the march of time seems to be stopped. Yet, life is going on. Another life. A life for which the radiant future of the past has become eternal presence.
radiator im mai 2016 | radiator may 2016
currently our extremely limited time budget does not allow to keep up with the regular entries for the radiator-a(i)rchive – in the meantime we are providing a monthly overview instead. so here is the programme listing for may 2016…
RadioGarten : EM Field Work | RadioGarden : EM Field Work
After having spent major parts of this summer's radio garden season with micro-gardening in the reigns of protocoae, algae and funghi, we are now diving almost literally into (in)visible gardens – with field work in the electromagnetic field.
RadioGarten : Algen (Wdh.) | RadioGarden : Algae (again)
Well: Our plan had been to celebrate the GUNSTsummer in July with the first live show broadcasted from radio x' brand new studios at Kurfürstenstrasse. However, as the opening has been postponed for some days, there's now another chance to join the RadioRhizomeE on its excursion into the wonderful world of algae…
RadioGarten : Algen | RadioGarden : Algae
Into the Green: this does not necessarily mean to take a walk outside or to spent time in the garden. For not all living organisms capable of photosynthesis belong to the reign of plants. Even if they were neatly kept in that place for a longer period of the history of science – and still can be traced in the standard primers of botany: Algae.
RadioGarten : Schnecken (Wdh.) | RadioGarden : Snails (Rpt.)
Indeed there are loads of things to know and to wonder about the life and deeds of gastropoda. But unfortunately not all of us can always follow the path of the snails that are gently gliding through our gardens – and be it simply due to a lack of time…
RadioGarten : Schnecken | RadioGarden : Snails
Many gardneres lack of love for snails – especially those ones they happen to find in their greens. And yet there are so many reasons to admire these fascinating creatures!
materials (concrete) radia #469: concrète + radia #263: miniatures
sound as material, sounding material(s). musique concrète, but perhaps not necessarily as we used to know it. but rather as an invitation to research and experiment, abstract yet, at the same time, very concrete…
RadioGarten : GartenGefühle | RadioGarden : GardenSensibilities
Gardens are empires of the senses. Life, growth, transiency and mortality, lust and death are neatly woven together. Not only in the realms of aestetics and poetics. But already in the everyday of garden nature and garden culture.