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sakra! radia #424: sakra!2013 + radia #351: global prayers religion'n'roll
according to corpus christi holiday radiator is offering holy sounds. not with traditional church music. nevertheless we'll get the chance to go to church.
walks radia #416: shadow walks + radia #348: all truly great thoughts are conceived while walking
walking through cities.
to explore sites and non-sites. sounds, words and noises. to see and to listen. to look for what otherwise remains unseen. and to eavesdrop what otherwise would remain unheard.
brazil radia #413: native + radia #205: radiodance 0pus.01
two encounters with brazil. as diverse thes huge country itself.
first renata roman invites us to join her for a trip to indian natives – people whose voices often remain unheard on the political agenda.
what is radio? radia #415: what is radio? + radia #359: radio readings
what is radio? what are its potencies as a medium? and how does radio work as medium of art?
sure one could think and talk about these questions for hours. dedicate lectures, whole conferences and books to them.
balkan radia #411: promaja + radia #165: swiss balkan creative music project
balkan. geographies. cultures. projections, interfering each other.
one journey on the path of words. one journey on the path of music.
RANDOM TIME RADIO
Time. Measurment, rules and numbers. Rhythm, beat and clock. Synchronization.
But what if clocks are turning in a different way? If they are running out of rhythm, if they are standing still – set free from the ordinary regimes of time?
What kind of hours will the show? And how will those come together who are – with purpose, unwittingly or not – following their course? Can we imagine chance being the very key that will allow to synchronize their time(s), from time to time?
can we imagine the end of time? hardly. for this would be the end of the world as we know it. yet – and probably for this very reason – some people seem to like this idea. if there is a precise date for the count-down: even better!
2/5 BZ radia #397: istanbul courthoustep + radia #86: no exotic cocktailcore
news istanbul, provided by an expert in using radio and pop music as critical tools.
Ernst Karel: Materials Recovery Facility
The alchemy of everyday. In our (post-)industrial society, there's quite a lot if stuff that won't go to the compost – yet can provide precious material resources. How does this sound? Let us follow Ernst Karel to a matreials recovery facility in Charlestown, Massachusetts…
RadioRhizomE: Rohstoff Recycling | Materials Recovery is a guest show from mobile radio, originally broadcasted as part of mobile radio BSP, mobile radio's programme for the Sao Paulo Art Biennial 2012.
mobile radio is a project by Sarah Washington and Knut Aufermann.
Ernst Karel's "Materials Recovery Facility" is a stereophonic field recording of a materials recovery unit based in Charlestown, Massachusetts. The audio has been recorded in January 2011. A first edition of the piece has been created in 2012 for Sensate. A Journal for Experiments in Critical Media Practice, where it is to be experienced online as part of the special collection "Return to the unseen 2.0".
Ernst Karel is a cultural anthropologist, sound collector, musician and composer. He is currently based in Camebridge, Massachusetts, where he he's lecturer in anthropology at Harvard University and manages the Sensory Ehnography Lab.*
miss.gunst would like to thank Ernst Karel for his wonderful piece; Knut Aufermann and Sarah Wahington for not only being great radio artist, but also relentless radio art networkers; acclitvity for donating a part of his garden to freesound.org, from where we lent a part of the meadow (including the birds in the trees) for the intro part of our show; and last but not least freesound.org for being such a great resource of hq field recordings.
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Pomologie | Pomology
What links apples with art and pomology with politics? RadioRhizom:e grows its antenna to further explore this field. Together with Frankfurt based artist Jörg Spamer we'll go for a stroll through the history of pomology, present to past to present. A box with "books abour apples" turns out to be the estate of a famous pomologist. Walking his footsteps we'll learn a lot – not only about the relations between man and malus domestica…