Alan Dunn & University of Leeds students – It is a dangerous undertaking, you will be risking your life

Says Alan Dunn: Our title is taken from words we hear drifting through our art studio, words about danger and risk, perhaps from Edward A. Batory’s ‘Genevieve in the Hidden Kingdom’ but now repurposed by Shahmen. We hang out in the studio with our microphones for twenty minutes amongst the charcoal drawings, water coolers and … Continue reading Alan Dunn & University of Leeds students – It is a dangerous undertaking, you will be risking your life

Radio On jingles by Alan Dunn and Sofya Tamarina

Alan Dunn (click link to see a list of his Radio On shows)..(and click link to see his currucilum) does sound. He also does teaching, instructing, inspiring. Students are involved in his work with and on sound. Now he has followed up a request by us, to create jingles and to ask his students if … Continue reading Radio On jingles by Alan Dunn and Sofya Tamarina

Alan Dunn & John Hyatt – The Ballad of Ray and Julie

A couple of tapes in a shoebox found on the street, it might as well have the point of departure for The Ballad of Ray and Julie. But it was not. Graffitti was, and a brick wall, and an empty space somewhere in town. The story is: something once was, and maybe still is, or … Continue reading Alan Dunn & John Hyatt – The Ballad of Ray and Julie

Alan Dunn & Derek Beaulieu – (drowned out by traffic noise): a, A Novel

Alan Dunn, based in Leeds, works with students, teaches and produces great works of sonic art. His students learn how to make radiophonic works, radio plays or plain sonic weirdness that after all is not that weird at all. Alan's solo works and his work with students are regularly broadcasted by our radio station. For … Continue reading Alan Dunn & Derek Beaulieu – (drowned out by traffic noise): a, A Novel

MA/68 by Alan Dunn and Students

Alan Dunn, our man in the UK, does a lot of sound works with students of various academies or universities, often young men and women who have no experience in sound art. The present collage is close to a re-enactment of the Paris student revolt of May 1968. Enthusiasm, agitation, poetry, street riots, political statements, … Continue reading MA/68 by Alan Dunn and Students

Alan Dunn and Students – Sleep Cube

Alan Dunn, our man in Leeds, doesnot only assemble radiophonic works from sonic scraps he finds in the junkyard of radioland, he is also on a mission. He goes out in the country, meets up with students, and sometimes introduces them to the wonderful world of selfmade recordings. Radio On is glad to give him … Continue reading Alan Dunn and Students – Sleep Cube

Alan Dunn – The Sounds of Ideas forming, volume 5: Super 8

A long time ago a movie called Peeping Tom put an end to the career of one of the best film directors Great Britain had ever seen. Michael Powell was killed by his critics. And so it goes. Alan Dunn's Super 8 can be regarded as grandson of peeping Tom, much friendlier, but still with … Continue reading Alan Dunn – The Sounds of Ideas forming, volume 5: Super 8

Alan Dunn: The Sounds of Ideas Forming, Volume 4 – Leaving

Alan Dunn, radio-artist and assistant professor at the Leeds Beckett University, is one of our regular contributors. As an assistant professor he is involved in comunal projects and workshops of which the result is, often, a gesamtkunstwerk of audio and sculpture, or a radio-play. Examples of these works are broadcasted by us on an irregular basis. … Continue reading Alan Dunn: The Sounds of Ideas Forming, Volume 4 – Leaving

Invisible Object by Alan Dunn and Sculpture students at the Estonian Academy of Art, Tallinn

Alan Dunn started his career on Radio On with radiophonic collages he had made in the early years of the noughties. Those collages can still be heard on our radio. They have a sense for the epic, contain anthems, bad weather, radio voices and memories of 45rpm's turned grey. Alan Dunn is also a teacher. … Continue reading Invisible Object by Alan Dunn and Sculpture students at the Estonian Academy of Art, Tallinn