Over 80 radio artists gathered in Halle (Saale) for the International Radio Art Festival Radio Revolten, in October 2016. The book Radio Revolten. 30 Days of Radio Art documents the artistic works from the festival’s own radio station, the performances and the installations. The Hum, our 8 channels installation with blue florescent light, 10 radios, two FM transmitters and a pair of speakers, is just one of the many contemporary approaches to the future use and social standing of the radio that is describe here.
The book is published by Spector Books and includes articles by Knut Aufermann, Anna Friz, Helen Hahmann, Martin Hartung, Lukas Holfeld, Udo Israel, Tina Klatte, Jan Langhammer, Michael Nicolai, Sarah Washington, Ralf Wendt, Gregory Whitehead, Florian Wüst and Elisabeth Zimmermann. Photos by Marcus-Andreas Mohr. Graphic design by Nastia Bessarabova.
Two years after the Radio Revolten International Radio Art Festival, and to celebrate the publication of the book Radio Revolten. 30 Days of Radio Art and the opening of the Radio Corax Radio Art Residency a joint radio performance took place on March 14 at the Halle (Saale) Opera Café and on air. With Knut Aufermann, Steve Bates, DinahBird, André Damião, Anna Friz, Marold Langer-Philippsen, Sally Ann McIntyre, Sol Rezza, Claire Serres, Sarah Washington and Ralf Wendt and radio makers of Radio CORAX. Here you can see some photos of Knut and Sarah’s ‘washing performance’ with a live feed from Anna Friz in cleaning in Vancouver and DinahBird doing the dishes in Paris.
To hear the whole evening events click here.