Neu: Radio as Art – Concepts, Spaces, Practices

Anne Thurmann-Jajes / Ursula Frohne / Jee-Hae Kim / Maria Peters / Franziska Rauh / Sarah Rothe (eds.)

Acoustic signals, voice, sound, articulation, music and spatial networking are dispositifs of radiophonic transmission which have brought forth a great number of artistic practices. Up to and into the digital present radio has been and is employed and explored as an apparatus-based structure as well as an expanded model for performance and perception. This volume investigates a broad range of aesthetic experiments with the broadcasting technology of radio, and the use of radio as a means of disseminating artistic concepts. With exemplary case studies, its contributions link conceptual, recipient-response-related, and sociocultural issues to matters of relevance to radio art’s mediation.

KAPITEL-ÜBERSICHT

Frontmatter
Seiten 1 – 4 

Contents
Seiten 5 – 6 

INTRODUCTION
The Editors
Seiten 9 – 35 

„I am an artist. I am not anything else.“1: -Robert Adrian Smith, 1935-2015
Seiten 36 – 38 

The Reception of Electricity: Art as Radio in Literature, Painting, and Performance
Seiten 39 – 49 

On Radioart
Seiten 50 – 52 

I. RADIO SPACE
The Museum as an Agent of Radio Art
Seiten 55 – 63 

Considering the Sonic Aspects of the Media Environment as an Exhibition Space for Creative Sound-Based Works
Seiten 64 – 79 

The Avant-Garde and a Popular Medium: The Berlin Novembergruppe and Radio in the Weimar Republic
Seiten 80 – 96 

II. RADIO ART: ARTISTIC PRODUCTION AND/OR POLITICAL PRACTICE
The Radio and/as Digital Productivism
Seiten 99 – 106 

Everyone a Listener, Everyone a Producer! A Collective Journey toward Another Sound of Radio
Seiten 107 – 117 

Radio Art in the „… Everyday Hand-to-Hand Struggle with Apparatuses?“
Seiten 118 – 126 

Radio as a „Minor“ Art Practice
Seiten 127 – 160 

III. INSTITUTIONAL FRAMING AND AGENCY
Radio as a Research Medium for Artistic and Oral-History-Based Research Projects
Seiten 163 – 172 

Community Radio as Post-Capitalist Art
Seiten 173 – 177 

Radio Art as a Field of Study: The Experimentelles Radio Professorship at the Bauhaus- Universität Weimar
Seiten 178 – 181 

Radio as Art? Heart or Gall Bladder?
Seiten 182 – 188 

IV. RADIO ART AS ACTION
In Simulcast: Archigram and Radio Piracy in 1960s Britain
Seiten 191 – 204 

The Radio Voice That Is Telling Me to Go for the Throat of the Other: Two Lessons on Media Politics from LIGNA’s Oedipus, Tyrant
Seiten 205 – 223 

Doing Radio Art: Direct Media Association’s Pacific Rim / Slow Scan
Seiten 224 – 231 

Radio Prolife: Eavesdropping on Life
Seiten 232 – 240 

V. WORDS-SOUND-MUSIC
John Cage’s Cinema for the Ear
Seiten 243 – 254 

Peter Roehr’s Sound Montages
Seiten 255 – 267 

Hörspiel-Pop, Radio Opera, Media Art: On the Reinvention of the Hörspiel by Andreas Ammer and FM Einheit
Seiten 268 – 275 

Listen and Participate: The Work of the Hörspielmacher Paul Plamper
Seiten 276 – 291 

Dead Spot in Art History
Seiten 292 – 302 

Author Biographies
Seiten 303 – 312



Quelle: https://www.transcript-verlag.de/978-3-8376-3617-8/radio-as-art/