Live and prerecorded transmission and sound interventions
in the city space is the focus of a series of sonic
artworks developed in East London
ACROSS EAST LONDON 16TH JUNE - 20TH JULY
SPECIAL EVENT SUNDAY 20TH JULY - VENUES TO BE ANNOUNCED.
All events are free.
RADIO CYCLE will conduct the series of live
street performances broadcasting your stories and favourite
sounds as it appears in the streets of London's East
End. Drawing parallels between Marconi's early wireless
experiments and today¹s advanced communication
technologies, RADIO CYCLE will stage interactive broadcasts
and radio building workshops, where participants can
craft material for airwave transmission. Produced by
Kaffe Matthews and collaborators.
MAGNETIC MIGRATION by Zoë Irvine is a project
collecting abandoned and discarded, no longer used sound
tape, such as old cassette ribbon you find on the trees
and street corners, to be recycled into a new sound
work. Collection points for found sounds will be located
at the music desk of libraries in Hackney and Idea Store
in Tower Hamlets.
RADIO20PWHITECHAPEL is a phone-in-sound event.
The uphone is a compact news-by-phone service, an unedited
news broadcasting system to which you can phone in your
personal news reports. This event is a trial activation
of the UPHONE citizens broadcast system for direct recording
audio, phone-to-net. Any phone acts as a microphone.
Uphone server uplinks your messages direct to the net
radio stream. Hazard & hoax callers are welcome.
Talkback without the host | radio without authority.
Listen live at http://uphone.org/radio20pw
LINKED is a public artwork, a walk, a piece
of London's history. Conceived by artist and composer
Graeme Miller and commissioned by the Museum of London,
Produced by Artsadmin.
In 1994, artist and composer Graeme Miller was evicted
from his home of ten years. His house, along with 400
other homes, was demolished to make way for the M11
Out of those events, and a century of everyday moments
in East End life, comes Linked, a semi-permanent sound
installation of words and music stretching across three
miles of the landscape, an invisible artwork which fills
the empty space these absent buildings once occupied.
A series of 20 transmitters are concealed along the
3 mile route continually broadcasting these hidden voices.
Equipped with a receiver and headset the audience will
enter this secret world of sound as they wander the
streets discovering an oral history of the area and
a celebration of the life that continues to flow around
freephone information line: 0800 389 1035
LINKED has been generously supported by Arts Council
England, Heritage Lottery Fund, London Boroughs Grants
Committee part of the Association of London Government,
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and the London Boroughs
of Redbridge and Waltham Forest.
INTERFERENCE: PUBLIC SOUND is curated by Ilze Black
and Anna Harding, organisers of the MA Creative Curating
programme, Goldsmiths College. The project forms part
of the European initiative republicart.
Full programme details and images of all these events
02079230947 or 0207 919 7691
email@example.com and www.interference.org.uk