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Langage des Oiseaux (radia double feature)
A secret language. Yet heard everywhere in the garden. The language of the birds. A language that is legion and one.
The double feature with two contributions from our radia.fm art radio network presents two of their variants.
RadioRhizomE: 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…
Gate Zero: Roots#3 (Gate Zero | Stefan Biermann: Green Planet – Stadtgrün 026 – Stadtgrün 2008 – ccy-by-nc-sa – stadtgruenlabel.net) – Garten: Sprenkler Gartenblick 1 (Garten | Stefan Biermann & Waldemar Bednorz: Elektronischer Garten – Stadtgrün 024 – Stadtgrün 2007 – ccy-by-nc-sa – stadtgruenlabel.net) – Krill Minima: Marienkäfer (Krill Minima: Borkenkäfer – Stadtgrün 006 – Stadtgrün 2004 – ccy-by-nc-sa – stadtgruenlabel.net)*
miss.gunst would like to thank all contributing artists and netlabels – and especially Jörg Spamer for being her guest .
Find out more about his ancestor, the pomologist Wilhelm Lauche at www.lauche.org*
* Hyperlinks auf externe Webseiten sollten in einem eigenen Browser-Fenster öffnen. Mehr zu diesem Thema im disclaimer des www.kuniver.se. | Hyperlinks to external webpages should open in a separate window of your browser. Pls. see the disclaimer of www.kuniver.se in case.
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.
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…
TIK 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.
TBC radio : TIK radio : Rooftop Radio
for another time, the TIK radio crew is setting up a TIME INVENTORS' KABINET a temporary radio studio: in the framework of TIK Festival (Brussels, May 11-13, 2012) we're broadcasting from koolmijnenkaai: wind sounds, interviews and talks with TIK artists and researchers about windtime and about the projects that have been developed over the two years of TIME INVENTORS' KABINET activities.
TIK radio : Rooftop Radio is being produced by: michal cudrnak (SK), reni hofmüller (AT), barbara huber (AT/SK), martina kedrova (SK) and verena kuni (DE).
TIK 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
RadioGarten | RadioGarden
City gardens and urban gardening are high in trend. As recent initiatives for community gardens and other activities (like i.e. the so called "guerilla gardening") can show, this new (or renewed) interest in gardening is not only motivated by individual desires, but strongly informed by ecological and social engagement as well.