Re-Inventing Radio. Aspects of Radio as Art
Frankfurt am Main / Deutschland
"While the death of radio as a mass medium is once again beeing predicted as imminent, recent developments in transmission technology underline what has long been evident: radio is not about the transmission of sound, but of signal. After over a century of innovation, appropriation, and mutation, radio is now re-invented to become what it has essentially always been - a communications space in the widest possible sense. In this volume, international artists, media theorists, art historians, and curators explore histories and concepts of radio and art - in a world where old and new notions of communication and distribution are converging in the vast radio network known as the cell phone." [Quelle: Backcover-Text] Umfangsangabe: 541 S. : zahlr. Ill.
MiDiHy Productions, Studienzentrum für Künstlerpublikationen / WESERBURG, Verein werks, Andreas Hirsch, Andrew Garton, Anna Friz, August Black, Bill Fontana, Brandon LaBelle, Candice Hopkins, Caoimhin Mac Giolla Léith, Christian Scheib, Daniel Gethmann, Daniel Gilfillan, Dieter Daniels, Doreen Mende, Douglas Kahn, Elisabeth Zimmermann, Friedrich Kittler, Ludwig Boltzmann Institut, für Medien.Kunst.Forschung, Garrett Phelan, Gottfried Bechtold, GX Jupitter-Larsen, Hank Bull, Heidi Grundmann, Honor Harger, Inke Arns, Johannes Auer, José Iges, Katja Kwastek, Lori Weidenhammer, Matt Smith, Nina Czegledy, Norbert Math, Peter Courtemanche, Raitis Smits, Rasa Smite, Reinhard Braun, Richard Kriesche, Robert Adrian, Robert Barry, Roberto Paci Daló, Sandra Wintner, Sarah Pierce, Sergio Messina, Tetsuo Kogawa, Tom Sherman, Winfried Ritsch, Wolfgang Ernst, Wolfgang Hagen.