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Show 159: Untitled (Two Channel Piece Hamburg) by Bernhard Schreiner

Untitled (Two Channel Piece Hamburg) by Bernhard Schreiner is based on a sound art piece performed live at Pudel Club Hamburg in June 2007, edited for radiator x/radia art radio network in 2008.

The alternative title in brackets relates to the fact that the two channel piece is kind of special in so far as Schreiner’s sound performances and sculptures are usually four channel pieces.

Bernhard Schreiner (* 1971, A) works with film, video and sound. Exploring the materiality of his media, he is creating visual noise/music from 16mm film and builiding sculptural assemblage as well as whole environments based on sound.
From 1991 to 1998 Schreiner studied at the Staedelschule Academy Frankfurt am Main (Peter Kubelka). In addition to his own artistic work he is regularly curating projects in the fields of experimental film and sound art, a. o. the Environmental Sound Matter series for Steirischer Herbst & musikprotokoll Graz 2007 and 2008. In 2004, he founded the sound art label feld records (
His films are distributed by independent media art distributions like sixpackfilm (; for more info see also the Austrian Independent Film and Video Database (
Currently he lives in Frankfurt am Main and Berlin (Germany).

This show was created for radiator x (radio art @ radio x frankfurt am main in coop. with radia art radio network), ed. Verena Kuni.
For more info see: and

Show 158: a pilgrimage through innuit country by Ralf Wendt

a pilgrimage through innuit country

made by Ralf Wendt after a journey together with the performance-group The wolf and the winter

The Wolves is an international pack of artists working in performance and live art. The Wolves will perform with guests, individually and together, using improvisation and rehearsed events.
This truly international group of artists are Denys Blacker (UK, Spain and Thailand), Brian Catling (UK), Anet van de Elzen (Netherlands), Kirsten Norrie (Scotland), Ralf Wendt (Germany) and Aaron Williamson (UK) with guest Jessie Kleeman (Greenland) and Jason Lim (Singapore).
The Wolves were foundered in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the home town of Hieronymus Bosch, in the winter of 2001 in response to the growing technical language and process of performance. As a result, their performances reduce this language by presenting only a performer, a light and a number of props as well as a savage desire to create atmosphere and tension. The artists’ shared interest in the mutation of mundane daily occurrences into structured performances is the cohesive force of the group, with each artist bringing their own individual interpretations and cultural perspectives to their collective performances.

The Wolves have performed in Holland, Germany, Spain, Scotland and Greenland Every time they perform they invite guest wolves to join the main pack. This soundwork includes texts of the -inviting- guest in greenland Jessie Kleemann

Show 156: by Roman Stetina and Lasonick

track 1:
Roman Stetina – “Who is done it”
Nights awakened, nights of headache, nights suffered, and nights I was dying. Endless, unheard conversations… whisper that ends at dawn. Blindness the eyes get used to. Shadows of events. Nights delicate, clear, nights flown about. Time does not flow, but runs and leaps. I let the radio on. My sphincter clenched, hot asphalt, bare feet and the ripple of the brook. Gravel between my toes. I am standing in my pajamas in a dried puddle.
track 2:
Lasonick – “I was listening wind of Himalaya in My former life…”

Show 152: Canticles of the First Floor by Pedro Coelho

This work crosses three layers:

1) Recording inside a taxi of excerpts of the “Bad Marriage Mantra”
(Erik Belgum) broadcast in Antena 2, with driver’s and passengers’

2) Fragments of the “Song of Solomon” (King James version) read by
Rich, Audrey and Claire; synthesized voices by AT&T.

3) Recordings selection of my first-floor neighbours, who emit in a
non-stop basis, in closed circuit, the most varied insults and agressions
which translation would become injurious.

There is also a dog and its transfiguration.

Show 151: minimal is beautiful by Patrick Thinsy

minimal is beautiful shorter piece. By sound artist Patrick Thinsy,Minimal tools, minimal effects, minimal production, minimal sound.

By using a mix of electronic sounds, field recordings and sounds from previous radioshows with the martiensgohome collective.
I tried to break away from my own (mis)-conception of radiophonic creation. It’s more written and edited than what you would expect from an improvising musician, but I believe the balance to be right.

Show 150: Giza é ruh

Giza é ruh is a music-/soundethnological project by kutin peter, lercher daniel & wilding barbara

the 3 artists travelled through various places of northern india for 3 months, doing field-recordings and were always seeking for native musicians. Alltogether they recorded around 70 hours of different material .
these recordings include religious music / ceremonies by buddhist, muslim, hindu and sikh culture
traditional music & instruments from tibet, ladakh & northern india
soundscapes of the natural enviromnment and it´s animals, or the massive collage of noises from india´s capital delhi, the silence that can be found in the himalayan mountain ranges, children singing, people praying, shouting, laughing, screaming, orakels healing or telling the future
sounds and instruments used by normads that travell through the vast deserts up in the himalayan mountains, and so much more…
the following radio play, which was created for radia, focuses on music & sounds that can be found in hinuduistic and buddhistic culture. So, while the first part consits only of
hindu-sounds & music , the second part is strictly buddhistic .
on the artist´s homepage you can find more information about “giza é ruh” and even download a pdf – file which includes detailed information about the sounds appearing in the following radio-play.