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Agnès Pe – Mitt Paté: What’s basically happen is… #48

I'm interested in interventionist art practices and tactical media and I act trained in art and in disciplines outside the field of art (Interdisciplinary practices. I'm a cybermedia "dumper" promoting an approach that challenges traditional genres and the limits of the gallery/museum context. I was soon influencen by Velimir Khlebnikov and his radio theories. I'm … Continue reading Agnès Pe – Mitt Paté: What’s basically happen is… #48

Dai Coelacanth – Milk of the Despots

How many years has it been are radio years measured differently cassettes are fallible unreliable don't believe a word they say I am currently recording over Bible cassettes these are the most unreliable I have met stopping suddenly stubbornly refusing to move no point shouting waste of time readjustment is needed fetch the screwdriver it … Continue reading Dai Coelacanth – Milk of the Despots

The wonderful world of Radio On

Radio On started in the year 2006. Not every show was archived. But a lot were. We found friends and listeners all over the world. Like-minded people contributed with their shows in the past, present and hopefully also in the future. We have a vast archive of shows that we have transmitted over the last … Continue reading The wonderful world of Radio On

Dominic Smith – The Exploded Lunch, report four: Welcome to the dream library

From Dominic Smith's introduction to this show The dreams you hear in this episode were collected from within the ‘Circle of Trust’. I sent out magnetic tape-based Dictaphones and asked participants to record their dreams in the morning. I chose tape because I also wanted to use a medium that would potentially be affected by … Continue reading Dominic Smith – The Exploded Lunch, report four: Welcome to the dream library

Jason Honea – No-Edits Show

Adrian Shephard (with the recorder on) and Jason Honea joined the Ukraine peace demonstration in Berlin, the second one of the many to follow, and had a conversation, something that can happen to any two friends who walk a few miles together. But, while the old and the new Berlin pass by at the outer … Continue reading Jason Honea – No-Edits Show

Agnès Pe – Mitt Paté: R u A Symphonie? Bc ur fantastique

I once lived next to a volcano. I felt happy in the cold winter. Everyday I walked out to see the snow-capped crater. I felt lucky when I saw smoke signals. It was the last century and the air was still filled with visions of a possible future. Orchestra Tuning / Warm Up - Clean … Continue reading Agnès Pe – Mitt Paté: R u A Symphonie? Bc ur fantastique

Dominic Smith – The exploded lunch, report three – Sightings, contact, memories, and lures

Dominic Smith continues his research on High Strangeness. Please read his extensive introductions to each report to gain better understanding, but also to find leads to further studies. I quote from the introduction to Report three: "There is a procedure in cognitive psychology, it is called the Deese–Roediger–McDermott (DRM) Paradigm. Named after the initials of … Continue reading Dominic Smith – The exploded lunch, report three – Sightings, contact, memories, and lures