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Broadcast Art, Sound & Independent Culture

basic_fm.pngBroadcast Art, Sound & Independent Culture :: Call for Participation – Deadline: February 20, 2012; 5:00 pm. Continue reading


Jan 22, 2012
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Live Stage: radioCona FM [si Ljubljana]

radio.jpgInternational radio art and sound art exhibition, radioCona FM 88.8MHz :: online stream on www.radiocona.si :: exhibition in ŠKUC Gallery Ljubljana :: broadcast start: December 7, 2011 @ 12.00 p.m. :: ŠKUC Gallery opening @ 8:00 p.m. :: December 7 – 16, 2011 from 12.00 p.m. – 19.00 p.m. :: produced by: CONA Institute, partners: Kiosk, Novi Radio Beograd, RAM Live :: Locations: FM 88.8 MHz, online stream http://www.radiocona.si/, ŠKUC Gallery Ljubljana :: Listening room: ŠKUC Gallery, Continue reading


Dec 6, 2011
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ZKM Feature on Ethernet Orchestra Networked Improvisation [de Karlsruhe]

degem.jpgZKM Feature on Ethernet Orchestra Networked Improvisation :: on ZKM’s DEGEM radio :: director: Mirko Heinemann :: featuring recordings of performances given over the last two years along with interviews that reveal the varying perspectives of networked musicians playing experiences.

The program is broadcast twice a day for a month and can be listened to at different times each day. Times scheduled within program block E. are: Continue reading


Dec 6, 2011
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Contribute to Another Year of Turbulence!

Dear Friends,

Now embarking on its 32nd year, New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. — an independent not-for-profit organization founded in New York City — continues to agitate the institutional art world through its trailblazing projects, including New American Radio (1987-1998), Turbulence.org (1996-), Networked _ Performance (2004-), Networked _ Music _ Review (2007-), and Networked: a (networked _ book) about (networked _ art) (2009-).

Since 1981, NRPA has commissioned more than 500 works by more than 400 artists, many of them just beginning their careers. The Turbulence.org archive spans a crucial 15-year period of exploration and innovation in digital, networked environments, ranging from hypertext to information visualization, blogs to social networks, and interactive dance/musical compositions to 3-D architecture.

Here’s what Régine Debatty and Timothy Murray have said about Turbulence.org:

“Turbulence because they’ve been consistently commissioning net.art … and because they have a great blog called Networked_Performance that documents better (much better) than me the calls, essays and events that interest the whole new media art community.” Régine Debatty, we-make-money-not-art, 2006

“Turbulence … has developed into a natural archive of Internet art, housing the largest representation of American art produced as networked art. Indeed, no other on-line exhibition project has played such an influential and lasting role.” Timothy Murray, The Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art, 2011

Please help us keep doing what we’re doing by making a donation via PayPal on http://turbulence.org or by sending a check to:

New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc.
124 Bourne Street
Roslindale, MA 02131
United States of America

Thank you.

We wish you all a peaceful and prosperous 2012.

Warmly,

Jo and Helen


Dec 1, 2011
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20 Hz by Semiconductor


20 Hz — by Semiconductor (Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt) — observes a geo-magnetic storm occurring in the Earth’s upper atmosphere. Continue reading


Nov 7, 2011
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Radius Episode 15: Sarah Boothroyd

radius15.jpgRadius 15: Sarah Boothroyd – All In Time (25:16) :: See dates and times below.

The clock ticks; the moon waxes; the autumn leaves turn crimson. Time is as ubiquitous as it is elusive. Guided by science and science fiction, All In Time traverses the timeless mystery of time itself.

This 25-minute work won the Luc Ferrari International Broadcast Arts Competition and was commissioned by La Muse En Circuit (Centre National de Création Musicale), with the support of Radio Suisse Romande, Deutschlandradio Kultur, RTBF Musiq 3, Groupe de Recherches Musicales, and Radio-France. It recently won a Gold World Medal for Best Sound at the New York Festivals Radio Programming Awards. Continue reading


Nov 2, 2011
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Call: New and Existing Audio Works: radio and love

radiauteur2.jpgCall for submissions of new or existing audio works of all aesthetic persuasions, and/or articles, on the issue of radio and love, for the second issue of Radiauteur :: Deadline for submissions: 5th of December 2011 :: The selected works will be included in the second issue of Radiauteur, to be published online on the 9th of January 2012 and broadcast at a surprise venue. Continue reading


Oct 24, 2011
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Commission Opportunity for Sonic Artists

pp.jpgPixel Palace is currently developing BASIC.fm (Broadcast Art, Sound & Independent Culture), a new radio station that will host Broadcast Art, Sound & Independent Culture as a series of monthly audio streams. BASIC.fm aspires to be a space that can be inhabited by artists, curators, thinkers and interesting people with something to share and will be gradually be populated with work, projects, shows and archived events.

Call for new commissions: Pixel Palace is commissioning four new audio works for BASIC.fm. Each work will be hosted for a month on continuous play and the first commission will go live in November. Continue reading


Sep 19, 2011
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Radioviolin by Mia Zabelka

phonart_zabelka.jpgRadioviolin by Mia Zabelka :: Live from the ORF Funkhaus Vienna :: September 17, 2011; 23:03 – 23:59 ::

“Under the Radar” is a radio violin project by Mia Zabelka for the international sound art project “PhonArt – The lost languages of Europe”. The 9v battery for the pick-up on her electric violin is replaced with power from radio waves transformed to generate electricity.

The concept involves “opening up” radio space, integrating live elements and a soundscape of lost languages, which is processed using MIDI effects generated by the radio-powered violin. Thus a “circuit of radiowaves” is constructed, transforming radio reception into power for the violin, which in turn generates sound and electronic and MIDI effects that are broadcast back into the ether.

A COPY OF THIS PROGRAM CAN BE ORDERED FROM THE “ORF TONBANDDIENST” :: audioservice [at] orf.at


Sep 18, 2011
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The Association for Independents in Radio’s Localore Project

air.jpgThe Association of Independents in Radio, Inc. (AIR) today launched the beta site for Localore, a new MQ2-inspired initiative designed to fuel public media’s innovation capacity. Gates are open for producers, stations to sign on.

Through Localore, AIR will recruit talented radio, TV, film, and online producers to lead 10 station-based projects blending approaches to broadcast and digital platforms. The range of radio and television stations signed on to Localore crisscrosses from Vermont to Alabama, Ohio to Arizona, Pittsburgh to the Pacific Northwest. Big stations in major markets have begun to throw their hats into the ring alongside small rural stations, public television dual licensees, and Native American stations out west. Launch stations will be announced at an event on September 22nd at the PRPD’s Public Media Programming Conference in Baltimore. Continue reading


Sep 15, 2011
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