Show 198: OUT OF SPACE-war of the worlds

Live-Radio-Drama on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of Orson Welles’ interpretation of H.G. Wells’ novel War of the Worlds on Oct 30th 1938.

Lange Beschreibung A scenic reading, electroacoustic performance, incl. live-streaming and live terrestrial broadcasting.

„When it comes to radio and audio we are much closer to the
subliminal text of our society.
Literature and audio open up a new reception onto the
vestiges of the accelerated world.“
Lale Rodgarkia-Dara

On Oct 30th 2008 Christine Ehardt (academic part) and Lale Rodgarkia-Dara (artistic part) organised a new production of war of the worlds based on the novell by H.G.Wells at the Planetarium in Vienna.

Within four weeks more then 20 artists (electroacoustic musicians, actors and visualists) joined the production, including live-streams from Cologne and three radiostations took over the live-stream and included the live-drama in their programme.

Radio walks towards its original immediacy.

The whole version (one hour) can be downloaded:
http://outofspace.at/daten/outofspace_waroftheworlds.mp3

Electro-and Speech-acoustic:
Caroline Profanter
Stephan Roth
Stefan Fraunberger
Pia Palme
Gina Mattiello
Lale Rodgarkia-Dara
Christian Friedrich
Monika Köteles
Elin Blakemore
James Walmsley
Wolfgang Pratl
Martina Spitzer
Daniel Jokesch
Sylvia Bra
Töchter der Kunst with
Nico Wind
Chantal Stummer
Iris Maria Stromberger

Electro-und Speech-acoustic live and prerecorded from Cologne:
Gregor Schwellenbach
Jonas Gruber http://www.jonasgruber.de

Dramaturgy:
Maria Fuchs

Sound engineering:
Martin Murauer

Analoge Visuals Live:
Basto Barbara Stöhr

Digitale Visuals und Streaming on the location:
Christoph Jokubonis

Film:
Ernst Pohn

Photos:
Ilya Akimov

Photos Vorort:
Stefan Schamberger

Website:
Christoph Jokubonis

DJ:
Florian Danhel

Digital Streaming:
Marius Schebella
Christoph Jokubonis

Soundinstallation:
Lale Rodgarkia-Dara
with academic papers by:
Christine Ehardt
Katja Rothe
Wolfgang Hagen
including music by Dominik Nostitz
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