radia #195: mixin borders + radia #119: tape beatles in concert
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eine stunde resonanzen. mit zwei sendungen von resonance104.fm london.
zunächst 'mixing borders': eine reihe von akustischen grenzgängen, zu denen uns die teilnehmerInnen eines seminars von knut aufermann an der khm köln einladen.
im anschluss gibt es ausgewählte leckereien von und mit den legendären tape beatles aka lloyd dunn und john heck.
credits und hintergrundinformationen: siehe unten
one hour of resonances with two shows produced by resonance104.fm london.
the first part is called 'mixing borders': a series of acoustic trespassings conducted by participants of a workshop with knut aufermann at khm cologne:
"Listening to the radio is like traveling and when you travel you cross borders. How does it sound when you mix borders? Borders on your map, borders in your head. Enjoy a cup of tea, or a good cognac, while listening to Mixing Borders." [K.A.]
A show produced by Selma Gültoprak, Keiko Takahashi, David Hahlbrock, Franziska Windisch, Julia Weißenberg and Oliver Salkic, one of the outcomes of the Airtime seminar at the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne.
for more info see: www2.khm.de/airtime
the second part offers selected delicatessen prepared for us by the legendary tape beatles aka lloyd dunne and john heck.
"Music collage from Prague-based duo produced for Radia on behalf of Resonance FM. Selection of works combine voice, loops, and layered sounds.
The Tape-beatles formed in Iowa City, USA in 1987 and have been based in Prague since 2000, when Lloyd Dunn joined John Heck there. Some works in the program were created during the production of the CD and film Good Times, but were not included. 'Stolen Bicycle' was created for a uncompleted compilation of works based on DJ Spooky samples. The later portion includes the most recent work, completed June 2007."
Go to pwp.detritus.net for information on Tape-beatles, discography, and live performed cinema.
miss.gunst would like to thank the following artists and sound collectors:
jovica for the space machine, corsica s for some beautiful radiator sounds;
resonance104.fm, london, for two wonderful shows;
knut aufermann and the artists participating in his cologne airtime seminar for mixing borders;
the tape beatles for a hilarious series of pieces;
as well as radia.fm radio art network for being a crowd of incredibly creative partners.
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