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((o)) radiator x – 120524 – digging history

rxl_k.gifdigging history radia #369 digging radio + radia #273 history exhaustion

radio. history. media archaeology.

first with an attempt to re-enact the beginnings of radio as public cultural medium, a.o. in hommage a.o. à Clément Ader's invention of the théâtrophone.

"Yet another annoying piece of radio art? In the beginning there was the paraphrase. Starting from the search for radio art events to be reproduced we ended up looking into landmarks of radio history in connection with art – hopping from its beginnings to the digital turn.
Listen to a simulation of history and how it is digged out of its holes." [K.F.]

a radia show by Kristina Fromm, Lale Rodgarkia-Dara, Fiona Steinert; supported by Barbara Kaiser, Karl Schönswetter, Sara Norris, Christine Schörkhuber und Judith Purkarthofer. find out more about this show at www.radia.fm.

afterwards we'll take a trip to the zone. no no man's land. but nevertheless lost. joining an expedition with no return:

"three friends search for an ominous radio station that transmits number sequences with mysterious messages. told is the expedition’s story through an area bearing names such as 'path of the invisible hand', 'stalin highlands' or 'post-modernist cave labyrinth'.
the characters – student, entrepreneur, skilled worker – lose their life or at least get lost under unpleasant circumstances…" [F.H.]

history exhaustion is the audio transformation of an installation francis hunger created in 2009, focussing on the subject of 'verausgabung' (exhaustion).
with the voice of richard cotter.
the radio show is a contribution by radiator x for radia art radio network, produced and broadcasted for the first time in august 2010.

credits:
miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jovica for the space machine, corsica s for some beautiful radiator sounds;
kristina fromm, lale rodgarkia-dara, fiona steiner and radio orange, vienna, for an expedition into radio history;
francis hunger for a radiophonic expedition into the zone and radio x for making this production/release possible;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.

[[o]] GUNSTprojekt: WINDTIME von | by TIME BENDING CLOCK RADIO (radia #371)

WINDTIME von | by TIME BENDING CLOCK RADIO (radia #371)

windtime. another time taking up the task to search for n other time.

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((o)) radiator x – 120412 – (un)homely nights

rxl_k.gif(un)homely nights radia #364 suite 106 + radia #256 the nocturnal state of the city

at night, not only the sight is changing. so are the sounds. what used to be familiar may become strange. (un)homely or not? that's difficult to decide. however, we'll listen…

in the first part of the show, we'll spend a night with gonçalo alegria in a hotel suite – in lisbon or elsewhere? all we know is the room number, 106:

"This piece is made in a specific environment, in an hotel room, with a set of actions, being in a place and enjoying its monotonous nature. Hotel rooms are not about being productive, they are made to numb you and force you to rest. Because I travel a lot, and spending time alone inside this type of rooms and out of boringness I started playing with it. The room itself becomes something new, something that I can relate to. This kind of set up consists of working with what you have available with you, for an invisible performance where you play with sound and situation. Materials used: double-bass bow, paper tape, bathroom, exhauster, glass, mineral water, effervescent aspirin, tv set, shower doors, digital recorder Tascam DR-100, headphones, water tap, ac unit, room phone and mobile phone. The same kind of thing can be done inside the train toilet, but it is riskier to set the recording gear and perform at the same time." [G.A.]

afterwards, we'll visit dimitar dodovski in skopje who listened to the silent streets, to sleeping machines and dreaming apparatuses in his house:

"this piece of radia composition is made of lofi noises, crackles and subtle dubscapes which from the artist's view depict the nocturnal state of the city. inside the house where hums and noises from electronic appliances are generated and outside where distant sounds occupy space, reverbed voices from insomniacs, lovers and lonesome whistlers fill in the silence."[d.d.]

credits:
miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jovica for the space machine, corsica s for some beautiful radiator sounds;
gonçalo alegria and radio zero, lisbon, for a nightly visit to suite 106;
dimitar dodovski and kanal103, skopje, for a night in the city;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.

((o)) radiator x – 120328 – sailing away

rxl_k.gifsailing away radia #362 le voyage loin + radia #233 why don't you go home

sailing the oceans. far away. and perhaps: without return.

in the first part of the show we're invited by meryll hardt to a sailing trip letting us float over unknown oceans:

"Playlist: Anvers exotique (soundscape) – A life on the Ocean Waves -Etoile Morte – Fascination – Lichtspiel – La dérive d’Ophelia – Genetic Catwalk. All compositions by Meryll Hardt, except 'A life on the Ocean waves' (Henry Russell, 1833) and 'Fascination' (Marquetti, 1932)
All productions by Meryll Hardt, except 'Fascination', played by Joe Loss and his Orchestra, lyrics and interpretation from Meryll Hardt.
She defines herself as a fluid, whose energy collapses with any moving medium.
Fake harmony, predictable confusion, falling and laughing are her connexion to a larger thinking on art itself.
When an egg cutter becomes a gamelan, when the docks of Antwerp sound like africa, Meryll Hardt is travelling for us. Far away, so close." [m.h./r.c.]

afterwards, we'll listen for another time to the story of a voyage without return:

"Donald Crowhurst set sail from Teignmouth, South Devon UK, in the autumn of 1968 on a non-stop round-the-world sailing race in his trimaran 'Teignmouth Electron'. One of nine competitors, Crowhurst saw his initial high hopes for fame and glory dashed when lack of time, a poorly equipped boat and inexperience all conspired against him. With the realisation that neither he nor the boat were up to the trip came desperation, which led to a faked voyage, a breakdown and ultimately his death …" [c.m.-r.]

credits:
miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jovica for the space machine, corsica s for some beautiful radiator sounds;
meryll hardt and radio campus, brussels, for sailing away with us;
cathryne morgan-richards and radio soundArt, darlington, for rowing us, in contrast to her unlucky hero, homewards again;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.

((o)) radiator x – 120105 – re:religion

rxl_k.gifre:religion radia #351 global prayers religion'n'roll + radia #317 alarmist plot

talking about religion? remember gretchen's question in goethe's faust?
a playback rather than an answer, no? first with religion'n' roll by piko be from berlin, produced for the exhibition "global prayers":

"Piko Be’s Religion’n'Roll Radio – Tobias Yves Zintel, Pollyester, Polyversal Souls Impressions of St. Agnes in Berlin, Kreuzberg – rent by a congregation named 'Citykirche'. Memories of The Church Of The Little Green Man – a gathering place for artists and outlaws. Sounds of the Theaterkapelle in Berlin, Friedrichshain – an eventspace, where also burials are taking place." [DMCC]

and afterwards – perfectly matching with the beginning of the new year – a follow-up by maxime blanpain from brussels with some dark prophecies from the mayan calendar:

"Some people say there are only 609 days left for human kind (according to the Maya calendar). Others pretend the Last Judgment is ongoing. Then that is little time to read again Mathew (24-25) or the Book of Revelations. This work started with the will to use the words of a preacher i recorded few years ago in Basel (CH).
Not that i wanted to discuss the relevance/rightness of an apocalyptic preach, but something in that speech had to be pursued.
That led me to associate the vehemence of the first part with a second one more breathing and rather speechless. Now, that breath of air could either sketch an interpretation of the Noah's journey on his arch (mentioned by the preacher), or be a response to the alarmists passion, or be a free space of no-response needed." [M.B.]

talking about religion? the anser is yours.

credits:
miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jovica for the space machine, corsica s for some beautiful radiator sounds;
piko be and reboot.fm, berlin, for rollin' rolllin' rollin' r.;
maxime blanpain, yann leguay and radio panik, brussels, for some unpredictable outcomes of some alarmist predictions;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.

[[o]] GUNSTprojekt | GUNSTproject: RadioGarten | RadioGarden

RadioGarten | RadioGarden

City gardens and urban gardening are high in trend. As recent initiatives for community gardens and other activities (like i.e. the so called "guerilla gardening") can show, this new (or renewed) interest in gardening is not only motivated by individual desires, but strongly informed by ecological and social engagement as well.

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((o)) radiator x – 111222 – on time

lgb-gtik.gifon time radia #349 with the wind + radia #329 bratislava short cuts

in september 2011, members from of TIME INVENTORS’ KABINET (TIK) met in bratislava for another week of collective research on radio as a tool for investigating alternate traces of time:

this time, we went with the wind. literally. for not only our research was guided by the wind, but also our radio transmissions.

the week started with the opening of the exhibition ‘vietor a cas’ (‘wind and time’) in ASIL gallery, Bratislava – directly connected to the radio art week not only because the works presented were about wind, time, sound, and transmission.
among the latter were also two installations of wind clocks built by barb huber, the underwear clock and the laundry clock – both moved by the door’s back draught generated by visitors entering and leaving the exhibition space.
together with other wind clocks built by members of the TIME INVENTORS’ KABINET, these temporary wind clocks were driving the wind time on which the whole TIK radio art week’s schedule was built upon. […] WITH THE WIND is based on two pieces broadcasted during our third transmission on wind day 12, 09:00:00 – SPACE IN BETWEEN, a sound walk reflection by martina kedrova, and DOUBLE FROZEN WIND KABINET, the transformation of a transformation of a live piece by norbert math.

TIK radio art radio week collective:
michal cudrnak (SK), reni hofmüller (AT), barbara huber (AT/SK), martina kedrova (SK), verena kuni (DE), norbert math (AT), jonathan prior (UK), jürgen rendl (AT/SK) and ana vuzdaric (HR)

More on this show at www.under-construction.cc/tbcw/tik-radio-with-the-wind

for the second part of the show, we take a shortcut to "BRATISLAVA SHORTCUTS", the first production of TIK radio collective:

in march 2011, members from of TIME INVENTORS' KABINET (TIK) met in bratislava for a week of collective research on radio as a tool for investigating alternate traces of time.
we used a wide range of methods (a.o. city walks, field recordings, investigations in individual as well as collective imaginations, deliberate data dreaming) to explore topics like time bending, hazy time, wind time, lichen clocks, ecotime zones, shortcuts – the latter to become the focus topic for our radio show.
based on our observations and findings we developed, performed and broadcast a live radio show on friday, march 18, 2011, as part of the research week's public closing event at hacklab progressbar.

TIK radio 'bratislava shortcuts' is a collaborative effort by
Guy van Belle (BE), Michal Cudrnak (SK), Nina Czegledy (HU), Barbara Huber (AT/SK), Kruno Jost (HR), Marton Andras Juhasz (HU), Michal Kindernay (CZ), Laszlo Kiss (HU), Verena Kuni (DE), and Jürgen Rendl (AT/SK).

More on this show at www.under-construction.cc/tbcw/tik-radio-bratislava-shortcuts

TIME INVENTORS' KABINET (TIK)
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

credits:
special thanks to all radio active time inventors;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.
in addition to that, miss.gunst wishes to thank the following artists and sound collectors for additional material that has been used for the post-production of the two shows:
bent grandfather's clock based on the sound of a grandfather's clock recorded by digifish from freesound;
cuckoo clock recorded by morgantj from freesound;
wind created by ERH from freesound;
find out more about freesound at www.freesound.org

[[o]] GUNSTprojekt: WITH THE WIND von | by TIME INVENTORS’ KABINET RADIO (radia #349)

WITH THE WIND von | by TIME INVENTORS’ KABINET RADIO (radia #349)

with the wind. breathing. with the wind. broadcasting. with the wind. clocking time. with the wind.

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((o)) radiator x – 111013 – mapping

rxl_k.gifmapping radia #339 all that is solid melts into air + radia #206 selections from silenceradio

maps. and mappings. of sound.

a journey around the world. not in hundred days. but for half an hour. from city to city. each of which hosts a radia art radio network partner station:

"The piece is composed of a series of maps that trace a path through all Radia Network stations in Europe. The maps are then encoded to sound through a protocol for transmission of images over radio known as slow-scan television, or SSTV (in this case, Robot 72s Color). The piece re-interprets the solid as air through the processes of encoding, transmitting, receiving and decoding the map. Through this process, the physical and imagined boundaries depicted on the map become distorted through their interaction with the actual space they intend to represent." [T.R.]

afterwards, we'll be floating around in a sound capsule from silenceradio.org through the cosmos of "soundscapes forever".

credits:
miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jovica for the space machine, corsica s for some beautiful radiator sounds;
brett ian balogh and radio free103point9, new york, for sound mapping the radia art radio network;
radio campus, brussels, for mapping the cosmos of silenceradio.org;
silenceradio.org for producing and hosting a whole world of wonderful radio and sound art pieces, and radio grenouille, marseille, for bringing them to us;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.

((o)) radiator x – 110922 – TBC radio : too/two short cuts

lgb-gtik.gifTBC radio : too/two short cuts radia #335 castration radia + radia #329 TIK bratislava shortcuts

cuts make it shorter. but what about cuts in time – against time?

first they come undesired. slobodan kajkut does a short cut for radio. however, his piece is too short. thus we'll need some time fill the gap:

"'Castration Radia' and is 20 minutes long. The length of the piece is a part of its concept, that deals with the issue of format radio: The Radia shows are normally 28 minutes long, so that the broadcasting machines and organisational structure of the different broadcast stations can handle all the shows easily. So the question arose, how Radia would handle these remaining 8 minutes […]" [R.H.]

find out more about slobodan kajkut at www.myspace.com/slobodankajkut

but then there are also short cuts we're longing for. as those we happily found in bratislava:

"in march 2011, members from of TIME INVENTORS' KABINET (TIK) met in bratislava for a week of collective research on radio as a tool for investigating alternate traces of time. we used a wide range of methods (a.o. city walks, field recordings, investigations in individual as well as collective imaginations, deliberate data dreaming) to explore topics like time bending, hazy time, wind time, lichen clocks, ecotime zones, shortcuts
– the latter to become the focus topic for our radio show."

TIK radio 'bratislava shortcuts' is a collaborative effort by
Guy van Belle (BE), Michal Cudrnak (SK), Nina Czegledy (HU), Barbara Huber (AT/SK), Kruno Jost (HR), Marton Andras Juhasz (HU), Michal Kindernay (CZ), Laszlo Kiss (HU), Verena Kuni (DE), and Jürgen Rendl (AT/SK).

TIME INVENTORS' KABINET (TIK)
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

TBC radio : shortcuts to eternity is a transmission from the frankfurt unit of time intventors' kabinet.

credits:
miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jovica for the space machine, corsica s for some beautiful radiator sounds;
slobodan kajkut and radio helsinki, graz, for cutting radio time into short pieces;
all members of TIK radio team for collaboratively short cutting bratislava;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.

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