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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.
repetitions radia #506: dancing fire + radia #279: grazer walzer
dancing. fragments. dancing. fire. fragments of dances. dancing fires.
languages, media radia #502: idiot + radia #465: wjm cuts
not only the world, but also languages and media can break into parts. one way or the other, these sometimes melt into radio art.
Digital media have changed our images and our imaginations in many ways. By digging into the histories of imaging technologies we can get a better idea not only about the past, but about the presence as well. Let us take a closer look at two artistic projects exploring this field.
spaces & places radia #493: i was using six watts when you received me + radia #301: resonant space
two eperimental settings for sound. at place. in space. both of which are making us listen to what would otherwise remain (in)audible and/or (in)visble – for it does not exist (anymore) in physical dimensions…
RadioGarten : Gießen! | RadioGarden : Gießen!
Let us follow the Motto "Gießen ist des Gärtners erste Pflicht!" – while the English translation reminds us of the gardener's duty to water beds and meadows, the German original provides us with a second meaning: pointing us to the city of Gießen, this year's host of the Landesgartenschau, the country garden fair…
live (landscapes for two) radia #490: hervé moire & JP + radia #117: two turntables to make one landscape
on how to build landscapes of sound. unfolding in(to) space. charging it with life. temporarily and ephemeral – passing just as quickly as they are vanishing again. yet, something remains.
And another time we're looking into the sky. Not to count the clouds. But to continue with our observations on drones…