Tag Archives: Wave Farm/WGXC-90.7FM

Show 972: Variations on a Topography by Lia Kohl for Wave Farm

Variations on a Topography is constructed in stratified layers, each containing a recording of a full scan of the AM/FM spectrum from bottom to top and back down again. Tuning through the spectrum in the same place every time, Kohl … Continue reading

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Show 954: Conversations with My Deepfake Dad: Conversation One by Sarah Sweeney for Wave Farm

Sarah Sweeney’s father died when he was forty-four and she was seventeen. When Sweeney turned forty-four, she wanted to talk to him again. She contacted Resemble AI, a company that creates clones of voices using machine learning, and they worked … Continue reading

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Show 946: Comfort Noise by Iru Ekpunobi for Wave Farm

“I have made a mark, and I do not know whether I am drawing or writing. I am thinking about marks and how they collect on a surface. I have accumulated marks, and I believe that this accumulation is at … Continue reading

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Show 896: 25 Hz by Andy Kelleher Stuhl for Wave Farm

Writes Stuhl,“The age of automation – that art of worker-less factories which has industrial management crackling these days – is coming close to broadcasting,” announced Broadcasting magazine in 1954. Just as it is today, automation to radio practitioners in the … Continue reading

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Show 820: Useful Radio by Jeff Kolar for Wave Farm

https://archive.org/details/radiaS45E820_usefulradio_jeffkolar_wavefarm Useful Radio is a new radio mix focused on radio voices, citizen listening, and the intimacy of signals. Featuring collaborations with Joe Jeffers, Anna Friz, and Zeena Parkins. Track listing in order or appearance: Untitled by Jeff Kolar; Creepy Tipi by Joe Jeffers and Jeff Kolar; Far … Continue reading

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Show 795: A Radiophonic Quilt from Wave Farm

Writes Karen Werner, “To make this radiophonic quilt, programmers at Wave Farm’s radio station WGXC came together for a day to make short radio art pieces about RADIO. We approached this theme in an imaginative, associative and at times literal … Continue reading

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Show 769: Subaudible Phonography from the Archives of Christopher DeLaurenti (Wave Farm WGXC 90.7-FM)

Created by Christopher DeLaurenti. He writes, “Phonography has been sometimes been defined as “creative field recording,” taking and placing microphones out into the world in unusual ways and unexpected places. In this program phonographer Christopher DeLaurenti presents several specimens of … Continue reading

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Show 742: Programming Environments (Wave Farm WGXC 90.7-FM)

Programming Environments was a networked event May 25, 2019 featuring live coding artists interacting with Wave Farm’s 29-acre wooded campus through code and transmission. They rewrite the code and the radio. Participating artists include Paul Feitzinger, JohnLP.xYz, Messica Arson, and … Continue reading

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Show 714: Magic on the Radio: An Experimental Airwaves Fantasy (Wave Farm/WGXC)

Written in 1924 by Hans Flesch, “Magic on the Radio” depicts chaos surrounding a radio broadcast under siege by conflicting interests and mysterious technical problems. This was reportedly the first radio play ever broadcast in Germany. This is the debut … Continue reading

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Show 655: Routing Around by Rory Solomon (Wave Farm / WGXC)

Rory Solomon presents his CB radio project, live at Wave Farm’s “Lodge” show at Riedlbauer’s Resort in Round Top, New York Aug. 26, 2017. Solomon reviews citizens band radio history in the United States, and relates CB radio today to … Continue reading

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