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Chernobyl. A place where clocks are working differently. A zone of death where the march of time seems to be stopped. Yet, life is going on. Another life. A life for which the radiant future of the past has become eternal presence.
radiator im mai 2016 | radiator may 2016
currently our extremely limited time budget does not allow to keep up with the regular entries for the radiator-a(i)rchive – in the meantime we are providing a monthly overview instead. so here is the programme listing for may 2016…
radiator im april 2016 | radiator april 2016
currently our extremely limited time budget does not allow to keep up with the regular entries for the radiator-a(i)rchive – in the meantime we are providing a monthly overview instead. so here is the programme listing for april 2016…
A Dalmatian dog in the snow? Perhaps. A question on/of perception? For sure. In any case, however: In black and white.
RadioGarten : Hütte im Wald | RadioGarden : Hut in the Woods
A hut in the woods. A place of withdrawal and retreat. From humans. From society. A life resonating with nature and in accordance with a self that is one. Woodland solitude. Utopia.
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.
RadioGarten : Aussterbende Arten | RadioGarden : Moribundi
In springtime, in springtime… well: not only the birds do sing, but also rich green is growing everywhere. Bewteen all the sprouts and blossoms: who is aware of the ones that are missing? Indeed it seems the extinct and the rare become even more invisible now. Not to mention that, in contrast to the notorious Dodo, their remainders are usually not among the more prominent dust collectors in our museums of natural history. Good reasons to celebrate their memory in our GUNSTradioGARDEN…
It's all (about) work? And if so, how does this work in a society under digital conditions that is not only building and built upon globally networked production and consumption, but that has also established new technologies of the self?
cut up radia #504: datscharadio audiokomposter + radia #237: reheat the schnitzel
the whole is more than just the sum of its parts. this is even more true when the parts are of heterogenous origin(s) and character. or are we fooled by abstraction – and it's rather about the high art of reduction by erosion and decay?