radio art and 'after radio'
okno public02 live!
theoretical & hands-on workshop miniFM transmitters
martiens go home!
shift coordinate points: a composition for Radio’s 75 years anniversary
2wayradio/nowayradio : each receiver a potential transmitter!
is there still radio art? the spirit of radio as activism.
lecture on Stockhausen's use and interpretation of shortwave broadcasting
tetsuo kogawa interviewing félix guattari
a work on radio-art
a work on radio-art / download
ONSITE = artistic events organised in the okno headquarters, brussels
REMOTE = artistic interventions by okno members abroad (national or international)... more
at okno.be/live you can watch the stream and the IRC-chat assembled in 1 page.
If you like to join the chat, open the link okno.be/live in Mozilla/Firefox (chat doesn't work in Safari)... more
monday november 13, 2006 thursday november 16, 2006
The FMtransmitter workshop is an online/onsite collaboration between tetsuo kogawa (tokyo) and okno (brussels)
In the 90s, the Internet technology such as RealAudio/Video has put micro radio onto the right track... more
wednesday november 15, 2006 7.30pm
okno, brussels + online
A streaming and networked feedback performance between Jacques Foschia (onsite in Brussels0 and Tetsuo Kogawa (remote in Tokyo)... more
thursday november 16, 2006
Named after Fredric Brown’s seminal sci-fi novel, Martiens Go Home! (MGH!) has nothing to envy classic improvisation. Not missing a single week since they started their radio show many years ago on Radio Campus (Brussels, Belgium) the trio has always played with the contingency of live experience... more
friday november 17, 2006
A performance by Esther Venrooy, using live electronics and shortwave broadcasts.
Noise. Seven short electronic pulsions. Out of nothing, a femal voice: “ ... more
ligna (de) | transgressing the boundaries of everyday-life:
considering radio as an apparatus of distribution more print
saturday november 18, 2006
The theory of radio starts with the hope to use this modern medium as a tool to overcome capitalist society. Most readings of Bertolt Brechts remarks on radio reduce this aim to a technical problem: radio as an apparatus of distribution just has to be changed into an apparatus of communication... more
Researching the new formats 'after radio'.
Groupdiscussions, brainstorms, writing, ... performances and other artistic projects!
2wayradio/nowayradio : each receiver a potential transmitter! | mxhz.org and society of algorithm more print
Two Way Radios (2WR) is a project for multiple 2-way audio streams, after \\"La Radia\\" by F. T. Marinetti and Pino Masnata , \\"The Radio as an Apparatus of Communication\\" by Bertolt Brecht , \\"Imaginary Landscape No... more
is there still radio art?
the spirit of radio as activism. | researchproject okno/rits
[2006-2007] more print
In dit onderzoek wordt het medium radio onder de loupe genomen. Meer bepaald wordt het subversief potentieel van het medium geëxploreerd, voornamelijk in de context van alternatieve gebruiken en praktijken van het medium... more
lecture on Stockhausen's use and interpretation of shortwave broadcasting | guy de bièvre more print
You can hear it, but you cannot see or touch it. It isn't surprising that wireless transmission from its very beginnings triggered the metaphysical imagination of certain people, one of the most famous ones being Thomas Edison... more
OKNO is very proud to present the continuous audiostream of the radio-art creation by Els Aerts and Catherine Lekime, MA-students from the Rits radio-department.
The nature of the work demands a listening with headphones or external speakers (stereo FX).
The audio-work gives an impression of the activities programmed at OKNO from 13 -> 18 november 2006.
"A CONTEMPORARY LOOK ON RADIO ART" was a mix of workshops, lectures, artist presentations and performances.
With the participation of:
Tetsuo Kogawa (jp), Jacques Foschia (be), Esther Venrooy (nl/be), martiensgohome! (be), Ole Frahm and Torsten Michaelsen (Ligna collective, de), Guy De Bièvre (be), Acoustic Space Lab (Rixc, Lv), the BA-students of the Rits radio-department.
Teachers and organisation:
Tetsuo Kogawa, Martine Ketelbuters, Guy De Bièvre, Gert Aertsen, Junior Vandebroeck and Annemie Maes.
all info on: www.okno.be/?id=964
a work on radio-art / download | els aerts & catherine lekime more
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