Archive for the 'Radio Gallery' Category

Radio Gallery number 12: Sight Unseen

Authors: Sally Booth, Maria Oshodi, Julia Schauerman and Steve Webber The increasing desire of visually impaired people to fully participate in cultural life and the implementation of disability rights legislation has focused the minds of galleries and arts professionals. This has led to a discourse that has gone beyond the bounds of access and […]

Radio Gallery number 11: IF KONST2 / KONST2 IF

Authors: Konst2 and International Festival The program plays out in many different ways. Konst2, the artists turned curators, invites International Festival, the curators and teachers making art, to become executors for a radio piece about Konst2, the artists. A word to mouth, buzz-marketing, undercover story about questioning the underlying motifs of the questioning of […]

Radio Gallery 10: Radio Transmitted Time Capsule for 7006

Authors: Ryan Gander and Francesco Manacorda The show RADIO TRANSMITTED TIME CAPSULE FOR 7006 gathers a selection of practitioners contributing to a real time capsule to be sealed after its presentation on resonance FM and hidden in 2 different locations for the benefit of future civilization. This aims to present future audience with relevant […]

Radio Gallery number 9: Susan Philipsz

Author: Susan Philipsz invited by Sinisa Mitrovic For her contribution to Radio Gallery, Susan Philipsz will revisit The Dead, a work she produced in 2000. Based on James Joyce’s eponymous 1914 story, reinterpreted by way of John Houston’s posthumously released 1987 film, Philipsz’s work touched upon themes of loss, retrieval and memory. In Radio […]

Radio Gallery number 8: “Guy Debord is so cool!”

Author: Matthieu Laurette “GUY DEBORD IS SO COOL!”. MATTHIEU LAURETTE interviewed by JEROME SANS. Interview remake # 1. 2006. In this remake, Matthieu Laurette’s voice is interpreted by an electronic voice named “Zarvox”, Jerome Sans’ voice, is interpreted by an electronic voice named “Pipe Organ” and Anna Colin’s voice is interpreted by an electronic […]

Radio Gallery number 7: A Stellar Key to the Summerland

Author: Olivia Plender A Stellar Key to the Summerland is a documentary about The Modern Spiritualist Movement, a religion that originated in New York State, USA, in 1848 with the notorious Hydesville Rappings. Despite being based on speaking to the dead, Spiritualists saw themselves as part of a rational religion in dialogue with scientific […]

Marvin Suicide: The Promo

Marvin Suicide is a weekly 30 minute programme that only plays music and sounds that have been found freely and legally on the internet. It is available as a podcast at and is currently being broadcast on Resonance 104.4FM at 6:00pm on Sundays. subscribe to the podcast

Radio Gallery number 6: Propaganda

Authors: Jeremy Deller and Alex Farquharson Broadcast date: August 7, 2006 PROPAGANDA This exhibition explores the uses of the radio as a tool for propaganda during times of ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ war. It begins in World War II with a compilation of German and Italian propaganda aimed at British and American troops and civilians […]

Radio Gallery number 5: Crossfading

Authors: Loris Gréaud and Karl Holmqvist Broadcast date: July 31, 2006 ‘CROSSFADING’ refers to the encounter of two sources of sound, that is two different frequency waves sent to each ear. The effect is one called ‘Lucid Dreaming’ that leads to a modified state of awareness, a moment of clarity during a situation of […]

Radio Gallery number 4: The Stop Show

Authors: Dirk Fleischmann, Nav Haq, Tirdad Zolghadr Broadcast date: July 24, 2006 LAPDOGS OF THE BOURGEOISIE PRESENTS: THE STOP SHOW by Dirk Fleischmann Conceived by Nav Haq and Tirdad Zolghadr This broadcasting event is to serve as the launch of the long-term research and exhibition project Lapdogs of the Bourgeoisie. The project investigates the […]