Pirate/Public – positions in contemporary radio art
What’s the difference between a pirate and a privateer?
Lautstrom/reboot fm – presented by Anna Bromley
Datscha-Radio – presented by Gabi Schaffner
Das Radio ist nicht Sibirien – Performance by Rafael Jové
Discussion with participants, moderation: Antje Vowinckel
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Anna Bromley is an artist, cultural researcher and writer based in Berlin. Her scenic miniatures connect methods of qualitative social research with partly fictionalized re-enactments. Since 2012, she conceives and produces the radio feature LAUTSTROM for reboot.fm (until 2013 together with Jeremy Woodruff).
Gabi Schaffner lives and works between Frankfurt and Berlin, Helsinki and Lobo, Texas as a writer, photographer and audio artist. Several radio art productions. Datscha Radio was a 100-day temporary radio station installed at the Landesgartenschau Giessen 2014.
Rafael Jové, author of radioplays and radiofeatures based in Weimar. His radio play „Das Radio ist nicht Sibirien“ , the inner monologue of a radio presenter, was developed at Uni Weimar in 2011 and has been broadcasted in many public stations. In pirate/public he will present a live version of his piece.
Pirate/Public is a project by Antje Vowinckel and Serge Baghdassarians from Errant Bodies Sound Art Space, generously supported by the Pankow Bezirksamt Berlin.