sound art

12 podcasts
10.09.2023
69 MIN
English
RADIOACTIVITY #7
Edwin van der Heide
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In this podcast, we talk with Edwin van der Heide about using radio as a way into the public, outside world, and about radio as a highly regulated space that sometimes resists experimentation. We discuss his early interest in short and medium wave radio and how it came to be expressed in these immersive, awe-inspiring installations, and we speculate about the production of meaning inherent in each of them.

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Specials Edwin van der Heide natural radio radio sound + technology sound art sound installation
29.11.2022
96 MIN
English
Son[i]a #361
Edwin van der Heide
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Artist, composer and researcher Edwin van der Heide expands musical composition and musical language in spatial, interactive, and interdisciplinary directions. His often site-specific, highly immersive installations don’t just take up space: they are a very deliberate inquiry into space itself and into its affordances as an artistic medium and material. Edwin’s pieces create space, modifying its actual and perceived boundaries. They make space present, apparent, and even tangible. In this podcast, we talk to Edwin about art in public space, air pressure, sounds under water, loudspeakers, networks, odd spatial experiences, and sonic phenomenology.

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Son[i]a Edwin van der Heide sound + technology sound art water
09.09.2020
102 MIN
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Son[i]a #317
Reni Hofmüller
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In the 1990s, twenty minutes was all it took for local authorities in the Austrian city of Graz to detect and neutralise any illegal radio transmitter. Back then, Reni Hofmüller was part of a group of activists who took over the airwaves with pirate broadcasts every Sunday from the mountains surrounding the city. After short 18-minute sessions, the Radio Dauerwelle team would pack up its equipment and clear out, moments before the authorities arrived. In this podcast, Hofmüller shares her early commitment with radio, as well as her obsession with dismantling the invisible in order to understand and question it. A trip through time that takes us from the 1980s to the present, through her personal involvement in feminist discussions from the perspective of new media. Our conversation is riddled with references to her commitment to open source, to doing things together, to the uninhibited mixing of disciplines, and to her passion for the electromagnetic sphere and bicycles.

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Son[i]a #8M Elevate Festival feminism Most listened - September 2020 pirate radio radio Re-Imagine Europe Reni Hofmüller sound sound art
28.06.2018
76 MIN
English
Son[i]a #264
Maia Urstad
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Norwegian artist Maia Urstad talks about nostalgia, radio pips, AM, FM and DAB, about the importance of ska, about arches and obelisks, sounds in the fjord, and time capsules, about program 81, freq_out, and foghorns, and about local radio stations and lost tapes.

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Son[i]a female producers MÆKUR Maia Urstad radio sound art

Transcript of COMPOSING WITH PROCESS: PERSPECTIVES ON GENERATIVE AND SYSTEMS MUSIC #5.1., curated by Mark Fell and Joe Gilmore.

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Extra COMPOSING WITH PROCESS COMPOSING WITH PROCESS Creative Commons Joe Gilmore Mark Fell sound art Transcript
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