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radioCona:ZimaFM

radioCona:ZimaFM15.– 19. Feb 2015, from 19:09* (FM exhibition)
radioCona FM 88.8MHz, Ljubljana and stream.

radioCona broadcast programe (pdf)

radioCona:ZimaFM artists and their works (pdf)

 

events and performances:
radioCona ListeningHUB: Pritličje
Monday 16 – Thursday 19 February, 2015,  9:00am – 1:00am
Pritličje, Mestni trg 2, Ljubljana, Slovenia

performance:
Simon Macuh Huuuuummm – ples za tri piramide 
Wednesday 18. Feb 2015, at 22.00,
in front of Pritličje and radioCona

Live performances:
Robertina Šebljanič Eleonore reminiscence, Petra Kapš (OR Poiesis) Uho v vrtovih tišin, stranske ulice, Kikiriki (Nina F) RojMiha Ciglar Virtual Sources Marko Batista Untitled:Element.14, Jeff Kolar Remote Control
Thursday, February 19, 2015, at 19.19 (we will start on time)
Pritličje and radioCona FM 88.8MHz and stream
(all times listed:  CET/UTC+1)

*radioCona will tune in for five days in a row exactly at nightfall. This is the time when the atmosphere is no longer filled with the fine sunlight, when the sun reaches 18 degrees or more below the horizon.

Artists:  Kathy Kennedy, Ethan Rose, prOphecy sun, Maria Papadomanolaki, Timo Kahlen, Ludwig Berger, Andrea Cohen and Wiska Radkiewicz, Andrea Parkins, Diogo Alvim, Fergus Kelly, Juan Cantizzani, Pablo Sanz, Kevin Logan, Mari Ohno, Melissa Deerson, Miguel Negrão, Monty Adkins, Barry Truax, Stephane Claude, NRRF, C-Drik, Vasja Progar, Marko Trstenjak, Niklas Meier, IO.SOUND, Jeff Kolar, Hugo Paquete, Joseph Kramer, Anastasya Koshkin, Andréa Marsolais-Roy, raxil4 + his Namelessness Is Legion, Vacuamoenia, Mario Gauthier, HMBKR, Andrej Hrvatin, Julian Scordato, Dan Tapper, Billy Gomberg, Scott Sherk, Camilla Hannan, Christopher Wood, Farah Mulla, Ghost Imbiss, Hildegard Westerkamp, Brona Martin, Sam Salem, Steve Brandley, METASITU, Randolph Jordan, Jeff Gburek, James Chinneck, Peter Courtemen, Robertina Šebljanič, Petra Kapš (OR poiesis), Kikiriki (Nina F), Miha Ciglar, Marko Batista, Simon Macuh, Monty Adkins, Pali Meursault, Luke Munn, Jason Bolte, Calver Audain, Jordan Lacey, Brane Zorman, Emilie Mouchous & Andrea-Jane Cornell, Liam Slevin, Bethan Parkes, Jeremiah Moore, Pablo Sanz, Pete Stollery, Robin Parmar, Anna Friz

Curators: Jeff Kolar, Jasmina Založnik, Brane Zorman, Irena Pivka

radioCona:ZimaFM is an exhibition project that takes place across an FM frequency. It brings together and presents a selection of works combining the medium of radio or sound with a winter landscape, with a special focus on nighttime.

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Irena Pivka, Brane Zorman: rAdio Greetings

IMG_24755. – 12 Dec 2014, Pixxelpoint2014 Festival
Cultural Center Nova Gorica

During the festival, the authors commissioned a radio musical greeting which visitors can listen to on the radio located in the gallery hall.

Dear curator, dear artists, dear gallery, dear visitors!
The answer to the question “What is/isn’t art?” which was asked by the curator of this exhibition, is (not) so simple. And creating a new (non-)work is/isn’t such an easy task. And how much (non-)work should one put into this (non-)work?
So we would like to offer our sincere congratulations with this radio greeting.

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radioCona participates on RAM radioartemobile broadcast

IMG_2727 copyThe Sound Object – East Europe,
November 1 and 2, 2014, from 11:00am to 10:00pm
One hour radioCona podcast presents sound works by selected and invited artists that were produced and premiered for radioCona REuseCity:REuseRadio
broadcast features:
Marko Batista: Night After Night , Vasja Progar: Študija v RFI, Simon Macuh: Huuummmmm piramide, Mikro: Zanka, Irena Pivka: Daybreak 6.1
Brane Zorman: Field Frequency Flux (In-situ sound walk)

Second appointment of The Sound Object: East Europe - 11 hours nonstop radio boradcast from MAXXI Rome in the context of Open Museum Open City.
Program by RAM radioartemobile in collaboration with Paolo Coteni and radioCona Ljubljana. Sound through time and space from Russia to Serbia, from Poland to Slovenia, Hungary, Austria and Lituania …. with: Generation Z and Polish Futurism, Abramovic/Ulay and Prigov, Tishkov and Rodovanovich, Nitsch and Ganahl, Ligeti and Bumsteinas….

radioCona podcast will be broadcasted on November 1, and November 2, 2014 at 7:00 pm
RAM LIVE program and stream link

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Field Frequency Flux

tivoliInvisible Places Sounding Cities Sound, Urbanism and Sense of Place,
18–20 July 2014, Viseu, Portugal

Field Frequency Flux
19 July at 21h, Radio VFM 94.6FM and Parque Aquilino Ribeiro Viseau
soundwalk (40min), site specific performance using local FM broadcast

more info  http://www.cona.si/

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Colin Black: Soundprints: A Likeness of Ljubljana

SAMSUNG CSCWednesday, 4.June 2014, at 22:05
Glasni novi svet – Zvočnost Ljubljane
ARS – 3 program radia Slovenia

Soundprints:  A Likenesses of Ljubljana is the fourth in a series of major works where Black continues his artistic process of building a multi-faceted intimate aural geography in which the human imprint is present. Constructed from audio recordings made during the middle of the Slovenian winter in 2014, this work explores the notion of interiority through the inner aspects of personal thoughts and by alluding to the inward dimensions of localities that can be uncovered even within various exterior sonic environments.

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radioCona participates in Reveil broadcasting

IMG_0980 copySat, May 3, 5.00 am – Sun, May 4, 6.00 am,  2014 (UTC 0+1)
24 hour broadcast of the sounds of daybreak

radioCona microphone will be active on May 4, 2014, 4.30am – 5.30am from Molat island, Croatia, facing east at daybreak.

The first live 24 hour broadcast of the sounds of daybreak, relayed by a network of audio streamers around the world. Starting on Saturday at midnight ET (GMT-5,dawn London time). Reveil will travel West from one open microphone to the next, tracking the rising sun, and finish the following morning back in London where the show is being broadcast from the soundCamp at Stave Hill Ecology Park, about 2 miles from the Meridian line in Greenwich.

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