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…
A Dalmatian dog in the snow? Perhaps. A question on/of perception? For sure. In any case, however: In black and white.
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.
geschichte machen (zur zeit) | making history (in time)
history is made. images are made. history is made with/in images. but how and at what costs? and what is the impact of our perception of time?
miss.gunst muses about these and other questions, looking at works presented in the exhibition "Making History", on show at Museum für Moderne Kunst, MMK Zollamt and at Frankfurter Kunstverein as part of Ray 2012.
"geschichte machen | making history" is part of the series TIME BENDING CLOCK RADIO.
TIME BENDING CLOCK RADIO is radio on time.
since summer 2010, TIME BENDING CLOCK RADIO is one of the active mechanisms of the TIME BENDING CLOCK, a research project and tool looking at alternate theories and practices of measuring time, operating at the intersections of art, media, cultural history and the history of science.
find out more about the TIME BENDING CLOCK by visiting the TIME BENDING CLOCK WORK.
Like TIME BENDING CLOCK, TIME BENDING CLOCK RADIO is part of the TIME INVENTORS' KABINET (TIK).
The TIME INVENTORS' KABINET is a collaborative artistic research project at the intersections of ecology, art, and media,
taking an ecological approach to observing patterns in time and time control systems.
find out more about TIK at www.timeinventorskabinet.org
The playlist will follow soon! Thank you for your patience.
miss.gunst wishes to thank all artists and labels for having done and doing great work
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.
haben wollen | wanna have
"wanna have" ("haben wollen") is a concept developed for the artist Lukas Einsele. It is based on a barter deal: motivated by the desire to own it, a photograph is being written about (the text format to do so is open, be it rather descriptive or poetic). A copy of the text is handed over to the artist, the author of the text gets a copy print of the photo.