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Live Stage: Songbike [ca Banff]

songbike.jpgRadio Free Banff presents Kelly Andres’ Songbike :: September 20, 2008; 10 am – 7 pm :: Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff New Media Institute, Canada.

Become a tour guide and take artist Kelly Andres on a one-hour bicycle ride of your Banff. Andres will accompany you with her mobile sound lab, Songbike, transforming your narrated ride into a unique soundscape composition broadcast live to the world on

In August 2006, Songbike was presented as a concept for the Interactive Screen 06 competitive pitch session at the Banff New Media Institute. It was awarded a co-production residency to develop the project. Continue reading

Sep 19, 2008
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Voices of America: A Participatory Radio Project

voices1.jpg You are invited to participate in, a participatory Internet radio project that reflects on the media spectacle of the 2008 US Presidential Election through the lens of the Voice of America Radio Network, the US government broadcasting service intended for an international audience.

Between now and November 4, you can: RECORD audio of election coverage on a Voices of America station; UPLOAD your recordings and tag them according to language and content; DOWNLOAD from the searchable pool of available recordings; REMIX the broadcasts and UPLOAD them back to the website; LISTEN to the recordings and remixes online anytime or to the radio broadcast at Audacity of Desperation in Los Angeles on Election Day. Continue reading

Aug 30, 2008
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Live Stage: DAREDx [ca Montreal]

mbiederman1.jpgMatthew Biederman – DAREDx at Cabot Square :: August 29 – September 21, 2008 (off on Mondays) :: Opening: August 29; 5:00 – 9:00 pm :: FM Transmitter Workshop: August 31; 2:00 pm :: Walks + Talks: September 7 and 14; 2:00 pm :: Conference: September 20-21; 1:00 – 5:00 pm ::

Today’s radio spectrum is predominately utilized by the military and governmental organizations, with government regulating bodies doling out expensive licenses to corporations for the right to broadcast en masse in public space. These powerful “one way” broadcast licenses have come to be understood as ‘radio’ versus the initial conception of radio as a “many to many” communications medium. Continue reading

Aug 28, 2008
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The First Canadian 60×60 Project (2008)

60×60_logo.jpgCall for Works for the first Canadian 60×60 Project (2008) :: Deadline: March 31, 2008 (postmark).

Vox Novus, in collaboration with the Canadian Electroacoustic Community (CEC), is inviting composers to submit recorded works 60 seconds or less in duration to be included in the first Canadian version of the annual 60×60 Project. 60 compositions will be selected to be played continuously in a one-hour concert. The Canadian 60×60 concert season will begin with a debut in Montréal and continue throughout Canada in venues to be announced. Concerts may also include a visual component (a clock, video clips, spectrographs, dance, etc.). Continue reading

Mar 25, 2008
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Live Stage: Virtual Cities and Oceans of If [online]

schematic_collage.jpgEcological Art is an art practice, often in collaboration with scientists, city planners, and architects that results in direct intervention in environmental degradation. Often, the artist is the lead agent in that practice.” Aviva Rahmani, 2006

Virtual Cities and Oceans of IfAn International Virtual Residency and Event on Global Warming hosted by Aviva Rahmani on Virtual Cities and Oceans of If addresses global warming and political conflicts by demonstrating, analyzing and interpreting the local impact of global warming at international real world sites. Aviva Rahmani talks with artists, scientists, and others every Tuesday morning at 10 am. Guests are ecological art practitioners and affiliates. Continue reading

Jan 7, 2008
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Live Stage: Art’s Birthday Broadcast [ca Mississauga]

ad_artsbirthday_akimbo.jpgNew Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) & the Mississauga Office of Arts and Culture (MOAC) will serve up an audio feast in celebration of Art’s Birthday on January 17, 2008. While Mississauga sound and media artists perform in the Civic Centre, special guests will be beamed in via the Internet from Japan, Vienna and other parts of the world.

Art’s Birthday 2008 Mississauga will take place at the Great Hall in the Mississauga Civic Centre on January 17, 2008, 2-10 pm :: Admission & Parking are FREE (note: buses are also available from Toronto). CKLN radio will broadcast the day’s activities both on radio from 2 to 5 p.m. and on the Internet from 2 to 10 p.m. Continue reading

Jan 6, 2008
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“Blue Morph” on Studio 360 [us Santa Monica]

bluemorph.jpgKCRW will air a story on Blue Morph by Victoria Vesna and James Gimzewski, on Studio 360 :: December 9, 2007; 6:00 pm (PST) / on WBUR Boston, 90.9 FM on Saturdays at 7:00 PM. Check Station Listings for your area.

Blue Morph is an interactive installation that uses nanoscale images and sounds derived from the metamorphosis of a caterpillar into a butterfly. Nanotechnology is changing our perception of life and this is symbolic in the Blue Morpho butterfly with the optics involved – that beautiful blue color is not pigment at all but patterns and structure which is what nano-photonics is centered on studying. Continue reading

Dec 6, 2007
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Art’s Birthday 2008 [at Vienna]

picture-2.pngINVITATION TO JOIN KUNSTRADIO’S CELEBRATION OF ART’S BIRTHDAY 2008! Celebrating Art’s Birthday is a tradition started by French Fluxus artist Robert Filliou who declared, on January 17th 1963, that Art had been born exactly 1,000,000 years ago when somebody dropped a dry sponge into a bucket of water.

Throughout the last decades artists have continued organising annual celebrations in the spirit of Filliou’s “Eternal Network” or “La Fête permanente”. In 2008 people all over the world will again be preparing numerous networked birthday parties for art, several of these under the motto “Forever Young”. Continue reading

Nov 12, 2007
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Backyard Radio Conference [de Berlin]

backyard.jpgBackyard Radio Berlin: Imagine Radio 2.0 :: November 1-4, 2007 :: livestream & podcasts; microradio transmissions: 107.7FM snatches the radio from tv towers and broadcasting agencies and instead of showering down on the city, the radio waves beam out of the districts and neighborhoods. uses small fm transmitters and wireless access points to broadcast in an area like a house or a neighborhood, it allows everybody with broadband access to run a tiny radio transmitter covering the own block. Everyone who passionately cares about his or her neighborhood adopts the medium and populates the ether. Backyard Radio reintroduces radio into the context of social media and peer to peer networks. A digitized version of the micro radio of the early 80’s, it is a great pleasure to have Tetsuo Kogawa present with the Radia.Fm Network. A long weekend of lectures, workshops, concerts and broadcasts take radio art apart and put it back together again. Continue reading

Oct 29, 2007
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