All programs will be broadcast on Corax (RC, 95,9), UKW 87,5 (covering the vicinity of D21 Artspace) and/or Radio Blau (RB, 99,2). and here:
Schedule (12 November—22 December 2020) available here for download.
Archive available here.
Inventing voices, codes, sounds, languages. Finding languages. Do we understand it yet, or don’t we understand it anymore?
Thursday, 12 November 2020
Live Performance (RB & RC)
How does one inaugurate a radio?
Geräuschkulisse “Poly-Sync”. Radio wherever you are
19:00–22:00 Live Performance (RB & RC)
Unprofessional music by Felix Kubin and Richard von der Schulenburg
‘Riccardo’ (Richard von der Schulenburg) and ‘Frantic’ (Felix Kubin) play unprofessional music. “We scream, we are vulgar, we shoot, we are brutal. Everything works out as usual, only the getaway car won’t start.” (Klaus Ziss)
Friday, 13 November 2020
15:00—18:00 Radio Program (RC)
Die Radiostimme (The Radio Voice)
18:00—19:00 Uhr Live Performance
Serpentine Waves by Claire Serres is a song of gestures. A live composition in front of the microphones that combines lyrical voices, vibrant screams, spoken words and body sounds.
19:00—20:0 Radio Program (RB)
Auch schön (Also Nice)—Lab time
Saturday, 14 November 2020
15:00—16:00 Live Performance (RB)
h from homonimemorimorph
by Jasmina Al-Qaisi
A combination of text for language and sound poetry for radio by Jasmina Al-Qaisi. Audio souvenirs and a miniature archive that will be created live on radio.
16:00—17:00 Radio Program (RB)
with Jasmina Al-Qaisi
Radio plays and sound poetry
17:00—18:00 Live Performance vs. Radio Programm (RB)
with Claire Serres & Jasmina Al-Qaisi
18:00—20:00 Radio Program (RB)
Die Radiostimme II (The Radio Voice II)
Sunday, 15 November 2020
15:00—20:00 Radio Program (RB)
Ge- und erfundene Sprachen (Languages, Found and Invented)
with Mara May (Gibberish Whispers), Ivor Kallin (Smoo), HGB Leipzig students Tianxu Liu, Subhi Shami and Alicia Franzke, and others.
Radio as a mass medium overcomes borders and spans different languages. In the radio lab, languages are intertwined, re-worked, invented, and interpreted. In the course of five hours, fifty different methods are used to bring new languages to the radio.