Three approaches to slowing down, and listening...05/01/15
A woman prepares for the stage, a man loses and finds himself, and the thrill of glacial pop music
86400 seconds - time zones
Montreal sound artist Chantal Dumas traverses the globe in just one hour, using the human voice as her instrument, and the number of seconds in one day as her score, in 86400 Seconds - Time Zones.
SOF 17 April 2015
Can you amplify sound without electricity? Sound engineer Timothy Nicastri exhausts all lines of inquiry, in Volume without Sparks, part two.
Summoning our radio ancestors
Two from The Listening Room archives - music, questions, and a strange machine
Radio Yak: Nina Garthwaite
Nina Garthwaite, founder of the UK-based audio collective In the Dark, shares and yaks about some of her all-time favourite audio works.
Gregory Whitehead enters the dark in search of the spirit...
A performance documentary about one day in the life of Guantanamo Bay detainee 063, and Donald Rumsfeld's comments unravelled
The acoustic life of sheds and the basement tapes of the...
Farming sheds become experimental music venues, and a single day's procrastination is crafted into a sonic float.
Seeing red and listening underwater
Jana Winderen points her hydrophones just below the water's surface, and Jay-Dea Lopez explores the sound of red.
Disembodied voices, the vast skies above, and the sound of...
Listening to disembodied voices, scouring the skies above, imagining the sound of yellow
Tuning in to the inaudible...
The biography of an imaginary pirate radio station, listening to electromagnetic fields, and the sound of blue.
Under today - traces of Eastside, Mparntwe, Alice Spring
A poetic excavation of the town where writer and artist Dani Powell has lived for the past 13 years, Under Today – traces of Eastside, Mparntwe, Alice Springs, is a journey through a storied landscape of tension, connection, memory and loss.
Time, space and radio that gets you moving
Dr. Clock. I feel it in the back of my head: for listening outside. The remote series: Cu.
Remote Iceland, panic in Tokyo, hoop dreams
A lone craft motors across Icelandic waters, a tourist panics in Tokyo, basketball dreams realized - for a day.
Summer Yak: Jay-Dea Lopez
Wrapping up our Summer Yak series - Jay-Dea Lopez shares a few of his favourite (radio) things.
Summer Yak: Gregory Whitehead
Our Summer Yak series continues with radio artist Gregory Whitehead, who has been filling the airwaves with his work for over three decades.
Summer Yak: Francesca Panetta
Innovative radio maker Francesca Panetta presents the radio and sound works that make her sit up and listen. #summeryak
Summer Yak: Silvain Gire
Next up for our Summer Yak series: Editor-in-chief of ARTERadio.com, Silvain Gire, curates an hour of his favourite audio works.
Summer Yak: Colin Black
It's a summer of Radio Yaks and first up: radio art inspire by pictures.
Interactive radiophonic performance and happy 100th, Sun...
We conclude our Live Proof series with saxophonist Jim Denley, and celebrate Sun Ra's 100th anniversary.
Trilogy for night and radio: radiotelegraph, night fall,...
Trilogy for Night and Radio is a radio art work in three parts that explores remoteness, the descent into darkness and the long Northern winter night.
- Sydney, NSW