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Categorising, tagging, assigning and conducting research as a creative process. Where do art and order come together? How do artists use archives or archived material? Does the digital card index therefore need a digital artist? How can digital archives be handled artistically? What are the interests of community radio stations? What is the infrastructure like? Lale Rodgarkia-Dara and Karl Schönswetter want to use a live (radio) performance to transform material from archives and on-site recordings into a live feedback transmission and thereby establish a seamless transition between a reticent lecture and an in-your-face live show. What happens if the public annotates the transmission and creates a new work of art out of the archive molasses? An acoustic overwriting of a long day of busy conferencing mixed with archive material from the conference participants. Well, now we know.
Lale Rodgarkia-Dara and Karl Schönswetter from Vienna used an analog catalogue of the Cultural Broadcasting Archive and Live-Recordings from the conference “Radio Archives in European Community Media” to activate free radio archives.
“Taxonomy of sonorous order” was recorded 6th june 2015 in Halle.
Twitter-Feed of Live-Performance-Feedback-Looping here: #c4ptch4