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walks radia #416: shadow walks + radia #348: all truly great thoughts are conceived while walking
walking through cities.
to explore sites and non-sites. sounds, words and noises. to see and to listen. to look for what otherwise remains unseen. and to eavesdrop what otherwise would remain unheard.
listen(ers) radia #414: oro + jörg köppl: the listener's choir
who is listening? who is listening to what is being said? and wat if the listeners are starting to talk?
brazil radia #413: native + radia #205: radiodance 0pus.01
two encounters with brazil. as diverse thes huge country itself.
first renata roman invites us to join her for a trip to indian natives – people whose voices often remain unheard on the political agenda.
what is radio? radia #415: what is radio? + radia #359: radio readings
what is radio? what are its potencies as a medium? and how does radio work as medium of art?
sure one could think and talk about these questions for hours. dedicate lectures, whole conferences and books to them.
balkan radia #411: promaja + radia #165: swiss balkan creative music project
balkan. geographies. cultures. projections, interfering each other.
one journey on the path of words. one journey on the path of music.
letters radia #410: O letters + radia #115: briefvision
letters. written (in)to sound.
sent from nowhere to somewhere – or was it the other way round?
RANDOM TIME RADIO
Time. Measurment, rules and numbers. Rhythm, beat and clock. Synchronization.
But what if clocks are turning in a different way? If they are running out of rhythm, if they are standing still – set free from the ordinary regimes of time?
What kind of hours will the show? And how will those come together who are – with purpose, unwittingly or not – following their course? Can we imagine chance being the very key that will allow to synchronize their time(s), from time to time?
RadioGarten : DatenGarten | RadioGarden : DataGarden
Wild grows the green. Yet following rules, measures, numbers. Taking a walk through the DataGarden we'll learn more about the algorithic beauty of plants. Biology meets mathematics, informatics meets art.
music music from/for animals radia #409: dogs & architecture + radia #354: music for animals
music from animals and for animals.
one full hour of radio art that should be a pleasure also for dogs, humboldt-penguins, snow owls and other beings with a crush on sonic articulation.
including humanimals of course.
water bubbles radia #408: bloop + radia #300: the exclamation of a liliputian discovering gulliver
water bubbles. bloops. why not find out more about them. a research guided by the ear. and claire serres, who proves to be an expert for bloops.