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Watering the radio? Oh, no! As we all know, radio studio equipment is not really happy about getting a good dose of liquids from above. But wait: while "watering" is indeed exactly the translation for the German verb "gießen", there's also a city in Hessen called Gießen. Where just some days ago the so called "Landesgartenschau" – a garden fair – has opened its
gates. And Datscha-Radio is proudly present(ed) as being part of the show…
circuits (e) radia #462: 30 in 1 – more adventures with electronic circuits + radia #168: brussels international circuit bending orchestra
tinkerers in love with electronic circuits know: there is a lot of music even the most simple arrangements of conducting parts. but then, why not build upon this to expand and create a piece of radio art?
Looking back to look forward: with a review of the recent Club Transmediale and Transmediale 2014 festival – both of which were inviting us to travel this very direction: From the present back into history towards past, present and tomorow's futures…
RadioGarten : O Nadelbaum | RadioGarden : O Conifer
My friend the tree? Each year, for millions of firs this friendship comes to a deadly end. In the light of current events we've decided to dedicate the last issue of 2013's RadioGarden broadcasts to firs and other conifers.
RadioGarten : Unsere Gärten | RadioGarden : Our Gardens
How do our gardens look like and how do we look at them – in our dreams and fantasies, and in reality? What are the images, imaginations and concepts directing our garden designs?
A (re-)search for traces from present times back into history – and in Frankfurt/Main.
RadioGarten : Oszillator Obstsalat | RadioGarden : Oscillator Fruit Salad
On the trees in the gardens plums and apples are calling for a rich harvest. Together with the Berlin based artist, electro-experimentalist and musician Klaas Hübner we are cutting fruit, for he will serve us a delicate meal: His famous oscillator fruit salad. Part of this are three very special pieces: a banana, an orange and a star fruit sporting switches and cables sprouting from inside. Plus, also our napkins and spoons are wired. A sweet dish that is going to be taste for tongue and ears…
RadioGarten : Gemeinsam in Ginnheim | RadioGarden : Ginnheim Commons
On Ginnheim's churchyard (Ginnheimer Kirchplatz), a community garden has grown. In containers, you'll find flowers in full bloom, vegetables prospering and berries ripening. No fences around. Regularly, gardeners are coming – but not only to take care of the plants. Rather, they are meeting to discuss about community and commons – and about future common perspectives for Ginnheim…
RadioGarten : Neue Lust am Grün | RadioGarden : New Fancy for Green(s)
Finally winter has left and the gardens are rising from their prolongued sleep. Buds are bursting to blossoms everywhere, and spring undfolds with pomp and glory. Accordingly also the GardenRhineMain (GartenRheinMain) network is starting into it's annual activities, this year devoted to the "New Fancy for Green(s)".
RadioGarten : Frankfurter Garten | RadioGarden : Frankfurt's Garden
Frankfurt has many gardens. But not a garden like this one: an urban community garden in the center of the city. However, it seems that now the time has come. We might see it grow over the spring, flower in the summer, and invite us to harvest the first fruit in autumn: The Frankfurter Garden.
RadioGarten : Wintergarten am Draht | RadioGarden : Wired Winter Garden
Winter entered the garden. Silence. Snow covers beds, bushes, trees. The ground is locked. Window frost flowers are the only blossoms around. Time for the gardener to look after the greens growing inside…