Our new Dreamland series continues every Weds at 9pm until the 6th May on Resonance FM Click on the names to read the full details:
A selection of our Dreamlands Commissioned radio works are airing
11-15th March at the Borealis Festival Radio Bergan Norway
A ten week series of Dreamlands commissions broadcast on Wednesdays at 9pm, on London’s Art station Resonance104.4fm, beginning on the 4th March 2015.
04/03/15 — Characterized by GX Jupitter-Larsen
11/03/15 — Morse Code Choir by Iris Garrelfs
18/03/15 — Muffled Cyphers by Langham Research Centre
25/03/15 — All Eco by Louise Harris
01/04/15 — Et In Dystopia Ego by Arturas Bumšteinas
08/04/15 — Out Of Thin Air: Radio Art Essay #1 by Colin Black
15/04/15 — Down The Royal Road by Carlo Patrão
22/04/15 — Two Sleeps by Anna Friz
29/04/15 — Dreamlands by Olivia Humphreys
06/05/15 — Medway Flow by The People Speak
After which, they will be streamed here on the Radio Arts Radio Gallery.
’Dreamlands’ is a series of new works for radio commissioned by Radio Arts;
Hear them weekly on Wednesdays at 9pm on Londons Art station Resonance FM London from March 4th, we start the 10 week series with
‘Characterized’ produced by GX Jupitter-Larsen:
“In the dreamscape circumstances such as location, purpose, or gender can be ever morphing elements. The same however can not be said of one’s principles. In the dreamscape one’s motives might change, but the fundamental convictions behind those self-contradictory actions can never alter. The voices in this dream begin their journey as fragments scattered amidst the radio waves. These fragments slowly unfold into a stream of consciousness, till the end of this introspection, when the listener arises to the opportunity of fully understanding just what is actually being said. And, most importantly, by who. Does a dream of making the world a better place ever come close to a reality? Or, is struggle, be it either social or physical, our only real proof of waking hours?”
Dreamlands Commissions are supported by Arts Council England and Kent County Council.
A Radio Art issue of Setup4 magazine run by WESERBURG Museum of Arts Centre for Artists’ Publications and Bremen Universities, features an article from a Magz Hall from Radio Arts view it at