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…
And another time we're looking into the sky. Not to count the clouds. But to continue with our observations on drones…
Humm, humm, the Bees? No, not really – this time we won't spend the afternoon in our lovely RadioGarden. Rather, it's just the association with the hymenopterous insects and their hum that leads us to our issues for today: Unmanned flight objects, raising into the air with a different mission…
DIY radio is a theme based special series on GUNSTradio exploring the manifold facettes of contemporary Do-It-Yourself-cultures and their historical background. Running from December 2010 onwards, broadcasted at GUNSTradio's hour (3rd friday of the month, from 2 pm till 3 pm) on radio x Frankfurt Main.
TBC RADIO : RADIO ZUR ZEIT | RADIO ON TIME
Radio on time: From Summer 2010 onwards a series of radio shows is being produced as part of the TIME BENDING CLOCK project, a transdisciplinary research in the fields of art, media, cultural history and the history of sciences on theories and practices of alternate methods and techniques of clocking time.
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…
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.