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ghosts & spirits radia #423: concert4ghosts + radia #336: boat shoes in two attempts
a ghost hour at a rather unsual time. and so is the way the ghosts and spirits are going to appear.
apartments radia #422: for stanley favoured by dust + radia #199: our domestic radiation
apartments. living units, usually conceived for being inhabited by a single person. together with noises. and sounds…
in the woods, in the sky radia #418: fuer giesela + radia #374: radio d'oiseaux
in the woods. in the sky. over the clouds. and in the grass.
the whispers of the wind. sounds. chants. sung by ants. sung by birds. by the leafs. and by the light.
storytelling radia #417: cerebro + radia #322: pamela
telling stories. stories from a future that will never become today. or from a past that has always been past. stories of a time without present.
FUER GIESELA von | by Lasse-Marc Riek (radia #418)
a name. a dedication. images as sounds.
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.
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?
water bubbles radia #408: bloop + radia #300: the exclamation of a liliputian discovering gulliver
water bubbles. bloops. why not find out more about them. a research guided by the ear. and claire serres, who proves to be an expert for bloops.
arctic perspectives radia #406: radio arctic + radia #375: DNT GVP
arctic temperatures? even during the winter our climate is far too mild to compare. for the majority of us, 'arctic' is a picture. an image. an imagination. that can be triggered, however, with sound as well.
soothing olours radia #403: don't panic + radia #260: the village is quiet
a very special colour therapy. for in the end, space and colour are its tools.
but how does this work?