Nine artist-organisers from various places in the world speak about their work, their motivation behind it, and how it parallels with their artistic practices.
Radio doesn’t always have to happen within the sealed off environment of the studio. It may even be a lot more exciting to take radio out to the street.To the artist and musician Anton Kats, this form of radio depends on the interaction happening in the moment. He particularly uses the technique of narrowcasting, short … Read moreCommon Waves x Anton Kats: Narrowcasting Neighbourhoods – Mobile Radio as a Tool
In this show the Good Times Bad Times-Crew talks about the value of clubs and communal genius, with Sue Bardwell (Jack’s mum) and Erik Jutten. Bringing you back to your childhood clubs and making you want be part of stitch-and-bitch clubs! This has been aired first at the Good Times Bad Times radio station based … Read moreGood Times Bad Times: Club-Gang-House-Crew-Scene
“Our Movement Is Loud” is an experimental radioplay in 4 channels. It was originally produced as part of the “Choreographies Of The Social” Exhibition in Stockholm in 2019. The play has been produced collectively by people with and without Danish citizenship. They are linked to each other through their experience of the asylum system in … Read moreThe Bridge Radio – Our Movement is Loud
Radio is an invisible public space that has proven its political power countless times. For many independent radio projects this has as much importance as providing a space for communities through the radio. We have invited different non-commercial radio projects from around the world to discuss their experience of radio as a public and a … Read moreCommon Waves Collective: Community Radio Roundtable
Biome/reading # 2 (self defence) – – live from Gravlev, DK.Two correspondents, several encounters, one special guestPlanting trees, running a little, reading a lot. by Seyðisfjörður Community Radio www.soundcloud.com/seydisfjordur
It’s a radioshow composed entirely with recordings made during theCovid-19 lockdown, taken from our Brussels Soundmap. For 60 minutes, we focus on sounds in public space during the Covid-19lockdown. Now that the sound environment of our city has changeddrastically, our hearing also changes. We notice different things, wediscover other forms of life. Let’s travel around … Read moreRadio Panik x BNA-BBOT: Our common isolation
On August 27th, Radioee.net curated a 24 hour marathon broadcast called WIRELESS, celebrating the 100 years of the first radio transmission with 24+ radios from across the world. This is a segment of Wireless Festival, created by Chicoco Radio – a floating media platform being built with and for the residents of Port Harcourt’s waterfront … Read moreRadio Espacio Estacion x Chicoco Radio: Viral Times
Two urban phenomena, both of which contest the notion of commons and witness its changing nature and possibilities – community space that comprises large housing estates in Poznań and urban squats in Belgrade – will be presented. Different by nature – inclusive outdoor communal spaces as opposed to the wary exclusivity of closed squatted buildings … Read moreRadio Aparat x Komonifikacija – I am! Staying! Here!
Pillow Streaming was a series of weekly marathon like streamings hosted from rooms of quarantined students from the Sandberg Instituut during the lockdown 2020 via alonetogether.pub. A distant community was formed and nurtured being able to listen to each other, a different school arised when its walls disappeared. How do You Live? Was streamed in … Read morePub Sandberg: How do You Live? X Pillow Streaming @ Alonetogether.pub