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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.
WITH THE WIND von | by TIME INVENTORS’ KABINET RADIO (radia #349)
with the wind. breathing. with the wind. broadcasting. with the wind. clocking time. with the wind.
TBC radio : shortcuts to eternity radia #329: TIK RADIO BRATISLAVA SHORTCUTS + #57: and now eternity
in march 2011, members from of TIME INVENTORS' KABINET (TIK) met in bratislava for a week of collective research on radio as a tool for investigating alternate traces of time.
we used a wide range of methods (a.o. city walks, field recordings, investigations in individual as well as collective imaginations, deliberate data dreaming) to explore topics like time bending, hazy time, wind time, lichen clocks, ecotime zones, shortcuts – the latter to become the focus topic for our radio show.
based on our observations and findings we developed, performed and broadcast a live radio show on friday, march 18, 2011, as part of the research week's public closing event at hacklab progressbar.
for the second part of our show we hand over to radio TAZ lemurie prag – and in/to eternity.
TIK radio 'bratislava shortcuts' is a collaborative effort by
Guy van Belle (BE), Michal Cudrnak (SK), Nina Czegledy (HU), Barbara Huber (AT/SK), Kruno Jost (HR), Marton Andras Juhasz (HU), Michal Kindernay (CZ), Laszlo Kiss (HU), Verena Kuni (DE), and Jürgen Rendl (AT/SK).
TIME INVENTORS' KABINET (TIK)
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
TBC radio : shortcuts to eternity is a transmission from the frankfurt unit of time intventors' kabinet.
special thanks to all radio active time inventors;
barb huber and michal cudrnak from col.me for organizing the TIK radio research week;
hacklab progressbar (progessbar.sk) for hosting us;
eu culture programme and goethe institute bratislava for funding us.
in addition to that, miss.gunst wishes to thank the following artists and sound collectors for additional material that has been used for the post-production of the show:
bent grandfather's clock based on the sound of a grandfather's clock recorded by digifish from freesound;
cuckoo clock recorded by morgantj from freesound;
find out more about freesound at www.freesound.org
moreover, lemurone from radio lemurie taz, prague, for bringing us closer to eternity;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.
BRATISLAVA SHORTCUTS von | by TIME INVENTORS’ KABINET RADIO (radia #329)
in search of an alternate perception of time. in a city where time is in a rush. while at the same time, time seems to stand still.
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…
Autophones: Hören mit den Ohren der Brücke | Listening with the Ears of a Bridge
Where others see a bridge, the Canadian percussionist Michael Gambacurta discovered an autophone – a musical instrument whose own substance produces sound with a vibrant tone.
The Kaiserlei-Bridge over river Main between Frankfurt and Offenbach is the soundboard for countless vehicles crossing daily. A sounding structure, tuned by the traffic, wind and weather – an endless concert, endless variations of a theme.
SECHZEHN KLEINE NOISE-ETÜDEN von | by Stefan Beck (radia #172)
With his SIXTEEN SMALL NOISE EXERCISES (SECHZEHN KLEINE NOISE-ETÜDEN) Stefan Beck offers a selection of training units for lovers of concrete & non-representational audio arts.
BIZAAR X was a one night mini-festival with installations, hand on presentations, performances and concerts with and by local artists, composers, musicians and others active in the field of experimental electronics, circuit bending, noise, 8-bit and radio art. While the project itself oviously needed no translation, the program info so far is lacking one. While we regret this, more and in most cases bilingual and/or english info can be found the homepages of the participating artists.
Untitled (Two Channel Piece Hamburg) von | by Bernhard Schreiner (radia #159)
Untitled (Two Channel Piece Hamburg) by Bernhard Schreiner is based on a sound art piece performed live at Pudel Club Hamburg in June 2007, edited for radiator x/radia art radio network in 2008.
Digital Dust Diaries
The project is dedicated to digital dust collection and what might be called a media archeology in the broadest sense; subjects of research include a wide spectrum of (para)phenomena, instable, dead and undead media, their apparitions and their dispersion.