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Saturday Afternoon Show: Short Waves / Long Distance

May 12, 2018: 4pm - 6pm
WGXC 90.7-FM: Radio for Open Ears

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Standing Wave Radio

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Hosted by Tom Roe.

This broadcast features the "Short Waves / Long Distance" program curated by Wave Farm for INTERRUPTIONS #21 on Radio Web MACBA, a project of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona. INTERRUPTIONS #21 presents presents an international look at works that explore the sonics of the shortwave radio spectrum (2-30 mHz), and the experience of long distance listening. The program features works by 15 artists who originate from Canada, Italy, New Zealand, Poland, Scotland, Spain, and the United States. Commissioned essays by David Goren and Andrew Moon, as well as artist work descriptions are available on a PDF, which accompanies the program at https://rwm.macba.cat/en/home

00:00 Patrick Harrop, "ondes simultanee et pertuber" (05:24 min)
05:24 Ed Osborn, "Caller" (05:23 min)
10:47 Javier Suarez Quiros, "Modulation I" (07:31 min)
18:18 Mark Vernon, "St Columb Major – transmission received" (08:38 min)
26:56 William Basinski, "Fringe Area" (07:15 min)
34:11 Nicholas Knouf, "Let’s absorb the waves as we hold on for dear life" (04:36 min)
38:47 Edward Ruchalski, "Oracle" (03:28 min)
42:15 Sally Ann Mcintyre, "a lagoon, considered against its archival image" (07:57 min)
50:12 Stephen Bradley, "The Perfect Storm" (09:20 min)
59:32 Pietro Bonanno, "Over the Horizon" (08:59 min)
01:08:31 Linda Dusman & Alan Wonneberger, "Strange Sonars" (10:00 min)
01:18:31 Jeff Gburek, "Three Steppes Forward Two Steppes Back" (08:56 min)
01:27:27 Jed Miner, "Argent Discovery" (10:00 min)
01:37:27 Amanda Dawn Christie, "Spectres of Shortwave: Falling Towers (excerpt)" (06:01 min)
01:43:28 Lee Rosevere, "Elegy for RCI" (01:49 min)

This show is similar to the weekday "WGXC Afternoon Show," but focused on transmission art. Saturday afternoons on WGXC feature Wave Farm Artists-in-Residence, and special guests, who are interviewed on-air, present past and future projects, as well as perform live. For more information on the Wave Farm Residency Program, visit transmissionarts.org/residencies.