Kunstradio is pleased to announce the start of the new series IBERWAVE curated by Spanish radio artist, musician and founder of RNEâ€™s Ars Sonora, JosĂ© Iges. Find information on this extensive exploration of Iberoamerican radio art and dates of broadcast below, and atÂ http://kunstradio.at/PROJECTS/CURATED_BY/IBERWAVE/index.html
â€śThe lunatics are on the looseâ€¦â€ť has been recently released: a book documenting selected European Fluxus Festivals 1962-77 in cities such as Amsterdam, Budapest, Nizza, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Poznan, Wiesbaden, Wuppertal and many more. Edited by Petra Stegmann, the book accompanies a series of exhibitions, conferences and actions held last year. A marvellous publication!
coming up on Kunstradio:
IBERWAVE curated by JosĂ© Iges
A series of five programs for Kunstradio devoted to Iberoamerican Radio Art
There is no doubt that Latin America constitutes one of the regions in the world with a greater wealth of natural resources and potential for economic development. Latin American societies are characterized both by great inequality and enormous creativity; the countries in the region have often emerged from painful dictatorships and/or currently face rampant urban insecurity.
Amidst this plural context, the works that make up this series, most of which have never been broadcasted by European radio stations, nor for that matter Spanish or Portuguese ones, were born. The selection includes authors from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, Puerto Rico and Spain. Most of the works were created between 2009 and 2013; some of them are presented as a World Premiere.
REFERENCES / TRANSLATIONS (14th July 2013)
1) Manuel Rocha Iturbide, MX: El baĂ±o de Frida (Frida’s Bath) 2012, 8’30″
2) Oscar Rodrigo Alonso / Perla Olivia RodrĂguez, MX: El friso de la vida. Luz y sombra de
3) Edvard Munch Ansiedad (The frieze of life. Light and shade of Edvard Munch: Anxiety) 2004, 8’52″
4) Janete El Haouli / JosĂ© Augusto Mannis, BR: Sound piece: in memoriam Decio Pignatari, premiere, 2013, 20’12″
5) Amarilys Quintero, CU: DeclamaciĂłn muda (Silent Declamation) 2010, 2′
6) Luis Alvarado (PER): La voz de los espĂritus (The voice of the spirits)2011, 1’20″
7) HernĂˇn Risso/LEAR (AR): Latidos (Heartbeats) 13′
SOUNDSCAPE (21st July 2013)
SOCIOPOLITICAL LANDSCAPE (28th July 2013)
RESONOSER (4th August 2013)
CONVERGENCES IN THE ELECTRONIC SPACE (11th August 2013)
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