Category Archives: Artists
Radiauteur #1 is out at last! We would like to thank all the artists and essayists who contributed to this issue, in particular to Gregory Whitehead and José Iges for their undying enthusiasm. Make Waves!
‘The finest radio drama of the 1930’s was The Mercury Theatre on the Air, a show featuring the acclaimed New York drama company founded by Orson Welles and John Houseman. In its brief run, it featured an impressive array of talents, … Continue reading
Although the Faraday Cage, which blocks external static electric fields (and radio signals), was invented by Michael Faraday in 1836, it took almost a century and a half for its concept to be used successfully within Radio Art, in works … Continue reading
Listen here ‘By making D-503, I wanted to create a utopian world of sound while entering a “dystopian” world through excerpts from the work of Eugene Zamyatin, Us Others. Acoustic Utopia – because several sounds come from instruments seldom combined … Continue reading
a radio artwork by José Iges and Concha Jerez. Listen here ‘In the original radioperformance we are revisiting documents of Radio Art that belong to everyone, some of them taken from the web. They are monuments, but in a sense … Continue reading
‘This is a set of files constructed to function like numbers stations. The codes have been substituted for brief messages telling what you should do and what you shouldn’t do if attacked by a bear. The work is a reflection … Continue reading