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Live Stage: Radius 16 – Gregory Chatonsky [online]

Radius Episode 16: My Hard Drive Is Experiencing Some Strange Noises (33:35) — by Gregory Chatonsky — is the sound of a defective hard drive disk picked up by a contact microphone. The acoustic wave is instantly processed by software that repeats and amplifies the sounds creating a resounding echo. It will be transmitted for three consecutive days: November 17, 18, and 19 and one single day on November 30 at 3:00 pm CST.

Gregory Chatonsky (b. Paris, living in Montreal and Paris) holds a multimedia advanced degree from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris and a Masters in philosophy from the Sorbonne. Continue reading


Nov 15, 19:02
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Invisible Fields [es Barcelona]

[“Immaterials: Light Painting WiFi” by Timo Arnall (with Jørn Knutsen & Einar Sneve Martinussen)] :: Invisible Fields :: October 14, 2011 – March 4, 2012 :: Arts Santa Mónica, La Rambla, 7, Barcelona, Spain.

Invisible Fields brings together over a dozen internationally known artists, designers and scientists to explore the radio spectrum – the invisible environment that underpins contemporary technology. Co-curated by José Luis de Vicente and Honor Harger, the show includes Timo Arnall (BERG), Thomas Ashcraft, Matthew Biederman, Anthony DeVincenzi (MIT Media Lab), Diego Diaz and Clara Boj, Joyce Hinterding, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Trevor Paglen, Job Ramos, Semiconductor, Luthiers Drapaires, and Rasa Smite & Raitis Smits (RIXC). Continue reading


Oct 14, 19:41
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Gone with the Wind [uk London]

Gone with the WindMax Eastley, Takehisa Kosugi, Walter Marchetti and Resonance104.4fm :: June 9 – July 17, 2011 :: Raven Row, 56 Artillery Lane, London.

This exhibition brings together three pioneers of sound art, Max Eastley (born 1944, UK), Takehisa Kosugi (born 1938, Japan) and Walter Marchetti (born 1931, Italy). Each artist has developed a distinct approach to the problem of representing immateriality, while sharing a lightness of touch, approaching sound with patience, restraint and fidelity. As well as presenting new and historic work, the exhibition will comprise live performance, and a selection of material from the artists’ substantial archives.

Max Eastley is an artist and musician whose sound sculptures play on a balance between the natural environment and human intervention. Continue reading


Jun 8, 16:33
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Orbitando Satélites / Orbiting Satellites [es Gijón]

Plataforma Cero of LABoral presents Orbitando Satélites / Orbiting Satellitesa critical and artistic investigation of satellites :: May 10-14, 2011 :: LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Los Prados, 121, 33394 Gijón (Asturias) Spain.

Orbitando Satélites proposes an exercise in the visualisation and investigation of these “rarae aves” that operate in habitually imperceptible frequencies and distances. We listen to them with DIY antenas and radios, showing how to locate them and observe them with free hardware and software.

In the tradition of the independent groups involved in the creation of free/libre infrastructures the meeting unites amateurs and experts, from various countries and cultures, to develop a declaration which poetically sketches this occult ring that surrounds us. Continue reading


May 8, 12:21
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Turbulence Commission: “Spectral Quartet” by Woody Sullender

Turbulence Commission: Spectral Quartet — by Woody Sullender — is a web adaptation of the project Whispering Spectres, which will be installed at Turbulence @Pace Digital Gallery 2, April 5-29, 2011.

The audio content consists of filtered radio signals, culled from various web streams from the Internet. These signals are being passed through many “band pass filters”, a type of equalizer that allows a small range of frequencies through while attenuating frequencies outside of this range. In effect, most of the audio signal is “erased” except for a narrow stratum of frequency material. This work highlights small, hidden musical moments that are occurring on radio, but are usually rendered inaudible by other elements in the sound. Continue reading


Apr 3, 10:43
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Live Stage: Turbulence@Pace2 [us NYC]

Turbulence @ PaceDigitalGallery2 — new work by Brooke Singer, Woody Sullender, Adam Trowbridge and Jessica Westbrook :: April 5-29, 2011 :: April 5; 5:00 – 7:00 pm (artists’ presentations at 5pm, reception to follow) :: Pace Digital Gallery, 163 William Street, NYC (directions).

Social Relay Mail by Brooke Singer with Fever Creative: Social Relay Mail lets you identify a stranger on Facebook and use your social network to deliver a secret message. Turn your friends, your friends’ friends, your friends’ friends’ friends into a personal courier service. Sending the message is only half the fun. Continue reading


Apr 2, 14:10
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Mar 28, 20:38
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On the History of Appropriative Collage

VARIATIONS #6. The Library, a podcast series by Jon Leidecker on the history of appropriative collage RWM MACBA:

In the sixth episode of this series of podcasts, we encounter the establishment of sound libraries, collections explicitly curated for further use: sound objects presented as authorless, unfinished ingredients. Though some libraries contain newly commissioned generic sounds, specifically designed for maximum flexibility, the most widely used sounds are often sourced from commercial recordings, freed from their original context to propagate across dozens to hundreds of songs. From presets for digital samplers to data CD ROMs to hip-hop battle records, sounds increasingly detach from their sources, used less as references to any original moment, and more as objects in a continuous public domain.

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Mar 9, 12:04
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Radius: Call for Work

Radius is currently excepting work for upcoming episodes. Please contact Radius at thetheradius [at] gmail [dot] com. Continue reading


Mar 7, 14:49
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FluxRadio

FluxRadio — a podcast curated by Joe Gilmore and Rhiannon Silver — explores some of the concepts and ideas behind the music and performance pratice of Fluxus. Featuring sound pieces by George Maciunas, La Monte Young, Joseph Beuys, Nam June Paik, George Brecht, Yoko Ono and others, the programme charts the emergence of Fluxus through 60s avant-garde New York, examining the relationship to John Cage, Zen Buddhism and European avant-garde music.

Summary: The Fluxus movement was an international network of artists which emerged in New York in the early 1960s. Artists who were at some time involved include: Yoko Ono, La Monte Young, George Brecht, Nam June Paik, Dick Higgins, Ray Johnson and Jackson Mac Low. Many Fluxus artists met through the various experiments which were happening in musical education in 1950s America – most notable amongst these for the emergence of Fluxus, was John Cage’s class in musical composition at the New School of Social Research in New York. Continue reading


Feb 26, 16:08
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