Radio Nouspace is the "research" leg of my ongoing Radio Art+Performance+Research (RAPR) research focus. The other components are Re-Imagined Radio and my own creative practice with radio+sound art. With its research focus, Radio Nouspace investigates several forms of creative/experimental sound-based narratives in the sonic space(s) between sound and voice. Use the links below to learn more and listen.
Sound-based narratives, with sounds other than human voice as its narrative basis. LEARN more.
Notes from my reading of Auditory Culture, edited by Michael Bull and Les Back, Berg, 2003. LEARN more.
Aural / Oral History
Two approaches for studying history through sound(s). One with participants, the other with ambient sounds. LEARN more.
Future radio will promote collaborative production and listening experiences that are global in reach yet local in focus. LEARN more.
Curating and exhibiting sounds in a radio context. LEARN more.
A podcast is an audio file made available online for listening or download. Podcasts can be enhanced with music, video, and text. Podcasts are quite popular, and easy to produce. LEARN more.
Radio as a medium for art promotes opportunities for new acoustic narrative strategies. LEARN more.
Combines dialogue, music, sound effects, and silence to spark listeners' imaginations. LEARN more.
Early recordings, broadcasts, and other interesting sonic events. LEARN more.
Sound(s) conveyed in installations, exhibitions, festivals, concerts, and radio art. LEARN more.
Sound installations cross genres and introduce time and listening to exhibited works. LEARN more.
An artistic form bridging literary and musical composition to present voice without words, intended primarily for performance. LEARN more.