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SURROUNDING THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION

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Aug 29, 2004
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ultra modern – very social

Another Motherboard project, ultra modern – very social is a streaming theatre concept for 2002 and beyond. This space is dedicated to the pursuit of experimental theatre which is somehow modulated and mediated by the intermediary influences of the net, but may also involve communcation appliances such as telephones, mobile phones, walkie-talkies, radio, etc. Our emphasis is on improvisation and experimentation where “here and now” and “there and then” are relative expressions in collaborative networked spaces.


Aug 21, 2004
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Motherboard

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Ultra Hot Wired Live Art

In February 2003 a group of artists from Norway, Germany, Holland, Canada, England and Austria, working together on a project called Ultra Hot Wired Live Art initiated by Motherboard and BEK traveled to Kampala with 15 powerful Macintosh computers in their baggage. The aim was to create African computer art in an attempt to answer Brian Eno’s question: “How can you africanize a computer”?

In collaboration with over twenty artists and musicians in Uganda, the artists held a workshop to share competencies in music and art production that utilize digital tools and the Internet. This was to develop a social and technical infrastructure for the creation of networked performances and future collaborations. More info


Aug 20, 2004
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where are we eating?

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Digesting Sound

where are we eating? is a translocal radio feast. Site-specific dining at ISEA 2004 and around the world. This is a project which aims to nourish. “We are interested in exploring hybrid transmission spaces dispersed and mobile modes of exchange, eating as a particpatory performance, cooking as a collaborative creation.”

where are we eating? radio feast will be broadcast on 21-22 August 2004 on ńńNIRADIO 103.1 FM, online and on the streets of Helsinki where Grilli Radio will explore the local foodscape.


Aug 20, 2004
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Active Ingredient

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New Moon Radio

Active Ingredient have been creating exciting and innovative projects since 1996. Their work has included: Chemical Garden, ďA modular garden built in units containing strange plant life and internet controlled robotsĒ; Ghost Engine, a live online sťance; Big Up Yourself, a participatory project working with Galleries of Justice.

Moon Radio, begun in 2000, has hosted many live broadcasts, new films and commissioned projects. All New Moon Radio… marks a new era for the project, reflecting the changing pattern of innovation on the web. Now at the heart of the project is the audience – their web community Ė interactivity and participation. Using chat rooms, SMS texting, community profiles (Öand coming soon artist Blogs) Moon Radio aims to become a space that is alive with debate, activity and new projects, reflecting the audiences needs and desires.


Aug 19, 2004
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play that city

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Sonic City

Sonic City, the artists write, is a project exploring mobile interaction and wearable technology for everyday music creation. We have designed, implemented and evaluated a system that creates electronic music based on sensing bodily and environmental factors. Mapping these to the real-time processing of concrete sounds, Sonic City generates a personal soundscape co-produced by physical movement, local activity, and urban ambiance. Encounters, events, architecture, (mis)behaviours ÔŅĹ all become means of interacting with or ‘playing the city’.

In this project, our intention is to break out of traditional contexts for music creation to explore creative possibilities within local surroundings and mundane activities. Wearing Sonic City, anyone can experience a simple walk down the street as an expressive act, a path through the city as a personal composition. As a complement to lived urban experience, it is an intimate soundscape intended to enhance perception and encourage new uses of the urban landscape.


Aug 18, 2004
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neuroTransmitter [nT]

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Through the Membrane

Founded in 2001, nT is a radio collaborative utilizing analog communication technologies. Working specifically with radio machinations, neuroTransmitter propels signals through urban membranes and cellular formations. To complement their fixed and mobile frequency performances, nT creates radio-sonic installations, produces music, and converts utilitarian objects into radio transmission and receiving devices. Projects include:
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Aug 18, 2004
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Autonomous Radiobodies

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radiophonic graffiti

Autonomous Radiobodies is a public art performance/installation that involves people wearing or carrying units equipped with a Radio Graffiti Device for creating localized radiophonic art/graffiti spaces. As the technology of traditional radio hangs on the edge of artistic obsolescence and state-financed broadcasters use the medium to construct and enforce a national voice, newer mobile technologies are springing up and grabbing the public attention for commercial communication and artistic expression. This technological hype for the new presents an opportunity to exploit and reinvestigate the older wireless medium of radio and itís renewed use as an art-space. Read more>>


Aug 17, 2004
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Telejam

tj_logo.jpgTelejam is a realtime audiovisual data performance (concert), simultaniously in real and virtual space. Many audio/visual streams are created and transmitted simultaneously by the artists in different geographical locations, and presented live via mix aesthetics. Since summer 2001 AmbientTV.NET (London) and RIGASOUND (Riga) has conducted a series of real and virtual space situations Telejam lab. Telejam is real-time data sculpture in the information space.

Technically: in the exchange of data the internet and streaming media software (realmedia, Icecast) are used as well as huge arsenal of digital, virtual and analogue sound and video signal equipment, video/audio mixers, effect processors, image processing software, etc. The format of the situation and its experimental aesthetics allow artists to use and experiment with the net effects and techniques such as delay, loop, feedback, lo-res and signal distortion to create reflexive and summarising audio-visual loop infinities.


Aug 9, 2004
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Kunstradio //\ art@radio

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jamming radiophonic space

art@radio is pleased to present “jamming radiophonic space,” an international on air- on line- on site event September 3rd from the studios of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in participation with the project RE-INVENTING RADIO a Co-production of Ars Electronica Festival and ÷1 Kunstradio. “We are interested having artists phone in environmental sounds via cell phone during the event. These sounds should deal with notions of connectivity and the current environment in which call originates. If you are interested in contributing to the cell phone part of the event please e-mail projects@joereinsel.org.”
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Aug 9, 2004
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