Radio Art

Radio, in all its stripes, is a highly artistic medium.

Undulating Fabric of Time

What is a ghost? Karen Werner’s disembodied sonic artistry has a wraith-like way of arriving, like a stealth radio signal. Summon up one of those Viennese apartment dwellers, opening her door, quickly closing it after shaking out a rug, a blast of dust floating down the stairwell in the morning light. Listen + Read.

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Undulating Fabric of Time

What is a ghost? Karen Werner’s disembodied sonic artistry has a wraith-like way of arriving, like a stealth radio signal. Summon up one of those Viennese apartment dwellers, opening her door, quickly closing it after shaking out a rug, a blast of dust floating down the stairwell in the morning light. Listen + Read.

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Radio without scaffolding

“Podcasting is built out of a referent, it’s constantly trying to justify its existence by other means, rather than simply being.”
—Garrett Tiedemann, The White Whale

 

Eight practitioners have been bending noises since the very birth of the RSS towards those podcast experiments launched just this year. Won’t you join us for the conversations? LISTEN + READ.

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Radio without scaffolding

“Podcasting is built out of a referent, it’s constantly trying to justify its existence by other means, rather than simply being.”
—Garrett Tiedemann, The White Whale

 

Eight practitioners have been bending noises since the very birth of the RSS towards those podcast experiments launched just this year. Won’t you join us for the conversations? LISTEN + READ.

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Radio’s Art

“Refreshing to read considered musings on the rich world of sound/radio/art …beyond the myopic borders of ‘storytelling’ podcasts.”
—Russell Stapleton, ABC/Australia

 

Practitioner-listeners, agile critics, experimenters of the air offer the long-tail of history and a bit of static. We open our ears to its public sounding. Ten written mini-provocations, more than 100 comments, downloadable PDF. READ MORE.

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Radio’s Art

“Refreshing to read considered musings on the rich world of sound/radio/art …beyond the myopic borders of ‘storytelling’ podcasts.”
—Russell Stapleton, ABC/Australia

 

Practitioner-listeners, agile critics, experimenters of the air offer the long-tail of history and a bit of static. We open our ears to its public sounding. Ten written mini-provocations, more than 100 comments, downloadable PDF. READ MORE.

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Over Yonder Horror

A whispered libretto; the dark, inky sea; passage and stasis. Radio artists Gregory Whitehead and Scott Carrier plow the space between empathy and witnessing in new sonic worlds. LISTEN + READ.

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Over Yonder Horror

A whispered libretto; the dark, inky sea; passage and stasis. Radio artists Gregory Whitehead and Scott Carrier plow the space between empathy and witnessing in new sonic worlds. LISTEN + READ.

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solace & friction

“Hometown is where your hair is hidden, wrapped up in the skin of your friends, tucked under the bridge of lingo, sealed in the locket around your first love’s neck …” Radio artists Dragan Todorovic and Pip Stafford consider the unraveling of home, language and other intersections. LISTEN + READ.

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solace & friction

“Hometown is where your hair is hidden, wrapped up in the skin of your friends, tucked under the bridge of lingo, sealed in the locket around your first love’s neck …” Radio artists Dragan Todorovic and Pip Stafford consider the unraveling of home, language and other intersections. LISTEN + READ.

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“Listening is a sacrifice.” — Christopher DeLaurenti

It is a giving of mortality, says the composer of his protest symphony comprised of social media’s live, uploaded, ongoing, complicit memories of Ferguson. And had its premier on Australian radio.LISTEN/READ MORE.

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“Listening is a sacrifice.” — Christopher DeLaurenti

It is a giving of mortality, says the composer of his protest symphony comprised of social media’s live, uploaded, ongoing, complicit memories of Ferguson. And had its premier on Australian radio.LISTEN/READ MORE.

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