Radio Arts Space FM Broadcast

Apr 29, 2012 - May 05, 2012
WGXC 90.7-FM: Radio for Open Ears

90.7-FM in NY's Upper Hudson Valley and everywhere

In conjunction with the exhibition Transmittal WGXC 90.7-FM is pleased to present this special series broadcasting at 1 a.m. for seven consecutive nights. Radio Arts Space gives the public insight into the wide range of artistic approaches in the field of Radio and Sound Art. The selected works rely on the culture and experience of listening. The demand for listening is what distinguishes these works and stimulates us to rethink current exhibiting strategies and spaces where we do listen.

A project of radioCona, Radio Arts Space premiered December 2011 at the ŠKUC Gallery in Ljubljana, on 88.8-FM Ljubljana, Slovenia, and online at Invited curators were asked to put together a selection of works, either culling from the submissions to the radioCona open call and/or by choosing artists on their own. All together the project consists from 46 artworks, exhibited by 42 artists from 22 countries and more than 21 of listening hours. Radio Arts Space combines seven independent curatorial perspectives:

April 29: Tevž Logar (Slovenia): Endeavours of sound (duration: 03:16:23 w/station IDs)
April 30: Maria Papadomanolaki (United States): Radio Mirror (duration: 01:27:44 w/station IDs)
May 1: Milica Pekić (Serbia): Is there such a thing as “dead air”? (duration: 03:10:10 w/station IDs)
May 2: Manja Ristić (Serbia) (duration: 03:50:32 w/station IDs)
May 3: Robert Sakrowski (Germany): - An Acoustic Journey Through YouTube (duration: 01:24:45 w/station IDs)
May 4: Ilari Valbonesi (Italy): ULTRA DISCO (duration: 04:03:10 w/station IDs)
May 5: Brane Zorman (Slovenia): TAG (duration: 03:17:42 w/station IDs)

The full Radio Arts Space program in Ljubljana included discussions, presentations, performances, and workshops. Subsequent presentations of Radio Arts Space include Nachtradiofestival Radio Arts Space broadcast on Freies Radio in Berlin on 88.4-FM and Potsdam on 90.7-FM with Freies Radio Potsdam, CoLaboRadio, Studio Ansage and Piradio; Berlin, Germany (February 2012) and on Kunstradio at ORF; Vienna, Austria (April 1 2012).

Radio Arts Space was created by Irena Pivka and Brane Zorman, and produced by Jasmina Založnik at the CONA Institute for Contemporary Arts Processing, 2011.

More Information:
All the Radio Arts Space printed texts, curatorial statements, works descriptions, catalogue, programming, as well as video documentation are available on-line at