Radio Nouspace is a curated exhibition gallery, virtual museum, and interactive installation inspired by the radio medium and its emphasis on sound. Content includes radio art and sound art, and radio-audio drama. Knowledge is pursued via inquiries and practice. Ways to access current work are provided below.
Week’s featured sound
8 February 2016
“Karawane,” Hugo Ball, 1916
One hundred years ago this month, Hugo Ball and others opened Cafe Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland. The Dada movement was born. Among Ball’s contributions was sound poetry. Listen to him reciting his most famous work, “Karawane.” Learn more and listen.
We Can See Edith by Radio
4 February-4 May 2016
One of ten international sound art works selected for the second annual “Liminal Sounds” exhibition at Earlid. Responding to the exhibition theme, “The Intermediary,” this work responds to the question, “What is the audible form—the sound—of the intermediary, and what does this entity (person, myth, animal) herald?” Learn more and listen.
7-13 February 2016
Works by various artists and sounds from Aporee Sound Maps are featured this week on Framework Radio. Learn more and listen.
Remembering the Dead
A sound art work by John Barber, Remembering the Dead, speaks to gun violence in America. By voicing the names of gun homicide victims in 2015 the work intends to maintain their memory, and start a discussion about how to stop the killings. The artist statement in the work provides details. Learn more and listen.
31 January 2016
“Flesh has turned itself to stone or dust …” is the first part of sound artist Joan Schuman’s ongoing project regarding our relationships with animal others. Learn more and listen.
Weekly stats 1-7 February 2016
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|Most popular||The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy|
Radio Nouspace is social
5 January 2016
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Soundscapes, soundwalks, sound maps, transects
27 December 2015
A new project. Listen and learn more.
A Christmas ghost story
16 December 2015
Nearly 300 people attended the Re-Imagined Radio performance of “A Radio Christmas Carol.” Coming in March, a salute to National Women’s History Month and Lucille Fletcher with performances of “Sorry, Wrong Number” and “The Hitchhiker,” a ghost story. Learn more
unplace exhibition ends
19 November 2015
Radio Nouspace was one of three art projects jury selected from an international open call for the unplace networked art: places-between-places exhibition, Lisbon, Portugal, 19 June-19 November 2015. Exhibition catalog available here. Learn more