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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.
electromagnetic fields radia #513: VHS tape loop in a magnetic field + radia #478: theremidi orchestra
electromagnetic fields. to be explored as tools for imagination as well as experimental sound and radio art.
stolen radia #512: die gestohlene figur + radia #119: tape beatles in concert
taking from. whom? where? what if there is no case in case. no burglary. but artistic endeavor. and necessity?
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.
theremin transformations radia #478: theremidi orchestra + radia #199: our domestic radiation
oscillatory circuits, electromagnetic fields – and an instrument that is played without ever touching it: the theremin.
since 1919 it's ethereal sounds are mesmerizing us again and again and anew. also for it is being played in various new and different ways. like today…
hardware orchestras radia #474: rectangular grinder + radia #258: algorhythmic noises
hardwre makes the musik. literally. how? basically, it's due to the curiosity of sound researchers: open your maschines. and/or your ears…
noisy radia #472: UIOR + radia #455: the quiet noisy interview
what is noisy? let uns try to define. or better: explore it before we do so. and how? of course the radia way. theory and practice combined.
failures radia #468: on failure + radia #315: epic fail
failures, failures, failures. whenever something goes wrong, we'd like to know more about the reasons. and about possible consequences. sytsem or random? an interesting question indeed. researching it may not only lead us to likewise interesting answers. but also to radio art indeed…
Looking back to look forward: with a review of the recent Club Transmediale and Transmediale 2014 festival – both of which were inviting us to travel this very direction: From the present back into history towards past, present and tomorow's futures…
quiet noisy talk show radia #455: the quiet noisy interview + radia #258: algorhythmic noises
noises are setting the tone and the rhythm for this hour of art radio and radio art – consisting of two lessons about the sound and the poetic qualities of noise(s).