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Michal Rataj: Electroacoustic Music and Selected Concepts of Radio Art

29 September, 2013 in publications

Michal Rataj: Electroacoustic Music and Selected Concepts of Radio Art
PFAU Verlag, Saarbr√ľcken, 2010

Las obras radiof√≥nicas de Juan Mu√Īoz (I): Building for Music

9 January, 2012 in works

Radio Web MACBA-Las obras radiof√≥nicas de Juan Mu√Īoz (I): Building for Music

La primera de esta serie es “Building for Music”, y es el resultado de una colaboraci√≥n con el compositor Alberto Iglesias quien compartir√° intereses con Juan Mu√Īoz con un af√°n de b√ļsqueda constante, aport√°ndole conocimientos y soluciones que van m√°s all√° de la composici√≥n musical. “Building for Music” es la respuesta de Mu√Īoz a la invitaci√≥n de participar en “Sonsbeek 93″ (Arnhem, Pa√≠ses Bajos), una exposici√≥n de arte en el parque y la ciudad holandesa tristemente conocida por los episodios b√©licos que tuvieron lugar all√≠ a finales de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Desde el principio se concibi√≥ como una emisi√≥n radiof√≥nica inspirada en dos tipos de programa: las emisiones de textos literarios que han abundado en ciertas radios p√ļblicas europeas, por una parte, y la emisi√≥n de m√ļsica contempor√°nea, por otra.

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Show 343: Cabaret of Complexity, Radio Zero

24 October, 2011 in Uncategorized

Last 21st October 2011, radio meet cars meet musicians in the garage bellow Maus Habitos, Future Places Festival HQ in Porto, Portugal. Two radio stations, Radio Futura 102.1 MHz and Radio Manobras 91.5MHz provided their frequencies to carry music and chaos into six audio tuned automobiles from the Portuguese xtremetuning.org community. Peter Principle composed a loose composition, grouping cars, musicians on frequency, garage sounds and more musicias. The complex setup worked into two floors of music, performance and radio, where out of sight musicians where channelled into these powerful, personalized, sound system on wheels.

Performance for 2 radio stations, six cars, one composer, and an innumerable number of musicians.

Toward a Definition of Radio Art by Robert Adrian X

16 February, 2011 in articles

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TOWARD A DEFINITION OF RADIO ART

Radio art is the use of radio as a medium for art

Radio happens in the place it is heard and not in the production studio.

Sound quality is secondary to conceptual originality.

Radio is almost always heard combined with other sounds – domestic, traffic, tv, phone calls, playing children etc.

Radio art is not sound art – nor is it music. Radio art is radio.

Sound art and music are not radio art just because they are broadcast on the radio.

Radio space is all the places where radio is heard.

Radio art is composed of sound objects experienced in radio space.

The radio of every listener determines the sound quality of a radio work.

Each listener hears their own final version of a work for radio combined with the ambient sound of their own space.

The radio artist knows that there is no way to control the experience of a radio work.

Radio art is not a combination of radio and art. Radio art is radio by artists.

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