radiator im oktober 2019 | radiator october 2019
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 october 2019…
radiator im september 2015 | radiator september 2015
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 september 2015…
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.
REM(A)INDERS von | by Diana Wesser & Verena Kuni (radia #541)
RadioRhizomE is listenting to garden(')s underground and from beyond, collecting gems of hidden germinations and clandestine growth: propagule diasporas, grass root revolutions, and other movements in the greens, mosses, lichen and fungi, weeds and wild herbs, plant pharmacy and toxicology, strange symbioses, productive parasites and the fruits of decay, crypto- and pata-botanics, biolelectronics and techno-organic transformations, secret nests, garden ghosts and the whispers of the wind…
HISTORY EXHAUSTION von | by francis hunger (radia #273)
today we'll take a trip to the zone. no no man's land. but nevertheless lost.
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.