Frequency Post via KunstRadio, 23 October (Andrew Garton) FWD:


Subject: Frequency Post via KunstRadio, 23 October (Andrew Garton) FWD:
From: Kevin Austin (kevin.austin@videotron.ca)
Date: Fri Oct 21 2005 - 23:49:48 EDT


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Date: Fri, 21 Oct 2005 02:36:02 +0200
From: Andrew Garton <agarton@toysatellite.org>
Subject: [Acma-l] Frequency Post via KunstRadio, 23 October

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Andrew Garton launches Frequency Post live from the studios of
KunstRadio, Vienna.

See the following for broadcast/streaming and Podcast details:

http://kunstradio.at/
http://kunstradio.at/PROJECTS/CURATED_BY/fpost/

Frequency Post is comprised of six generative sound works, each an
investigation of radio frequency allocation as defined by the
broadcasting legislations, technologies and economic pressures brought
to bear on each of countries and/or regions individually commissioned
sound artist/composers choose to draw inspiration from.

Frequency Post is a curated series of broadcasts, each 35 minutes in
length, with the first piece to be performed live-to-air in Vienna by
Andrew Garton, the projects curator, on the 23rd of October 2005.

The notion that the spectrum is much like "the nervous system in a
living organism" is at the heart of the generative processes each of
the artists are to employ in the design and construction of their
works. Commissioned artists include the well respected, long-time
composer, Warren Burt, the infamous and inspiration for much of
Australia's electronica genres, Ollie Olsen, award winning sound
artist and performer, Steve Law, emergent sound and recording artists,
Lie, Pei-Wen from Taiwan and Jin Shan, mainland China.

Commissioned by KunstRadio (Vienna, Austria) for Curated by, an on air
and online exhibition of international radio-art.

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Streaming for Frequency Post will be at:

http://kunstradio.at/2005B/23_10_05.html

23:05 CET, 7:05am Monday, 24 Oct, local time...

-ag.



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