An audio-visual sampling of stories, family photos and Super 8 film shared by people who lived full, hard working lives at a time when most families had a piano and others spent their weekends in the bush, at picture theatres and dance halls.
It began with a single photo, a b/w self-portrait with the accompanying text, "open the door, leave the room".
Flickr supports a commenting system which appends text from individual authors, other Flickr users, to individual photographs. From these comments one can cross-reference other people's photo archives enabling one to broaden out through countless networks, … Continue Reading ››
After 14 years since I participated in the Earth Summit, I'm returning to Rio de Janerio... this time as a guest of Creative Commons (CC) and the Association for Progressive Communications (APC), with whom I worked with there in 1992. Although back then I paid for half my airfare and Pegasus Networks covered the … Continue Reading ››
Launching Frequency Post live from the studios of KunstRadio, Vienna, Sunday 23 October 2005.
Broadcast/streaming and Podcast details:
Streaming at 23:05 CET, 24 October, 7am local Australian time.
World time via: http://www.worldtimeserver.com/
Frequency Post is comprised of six generative sound works, each an investigation of radio frequency allocation as defined by the broadcasting legislations, technologies and … Continue Reading ››
"The termen-vox (theremin), the precursor of the synthesizer, built in 1919 by the Russian inventor Lev Sergejewitsch Termen (Theremin), is the worlds first commercially produced electronic musical instrument. The instrument is played with the two hands by moving them in front of two separate antennas. As usual you control pitch and volume determined by the … Continue Reading ››