Thursday, October 14, 2004

Five Days of art radio / radio art


14 - 18 October 2004
Resonance 104.4fm from the Frieze Art Fair

Programming and co-ordination of Resonance 104.4fm broadcastsfrom the Frieze Art Fair. Resonance 104.4fm set up its studio at the art fair and broadcast live from Thursday 14th October till Monday 18th October 2004, 11 am – 7pm. Resonance transmitted the Frieze Art Fair talks programme, radio specific works plus feature interviews with artists and art professionals in and around the art fair.

Thursday 14 October

11 Opening programme with a preview of the live broadcasts for the next days, live from Frieze Art Fair.
11.30 Opsound. Opsound is a record label,using an open source, copyleft model, an experiment in practical gift economics, a laboratory for new ways of releasing music.
12 Frieze art fair organizer Polly Staple welcomes ResonanceFM listeners.
12.30 dosensos dj set
1 Artist Haim Steinbach interviewed by artist Andy Holden
1.30 broadcast of Radio Tuesday, originally released by Transmission Gallery, Glasgow.
2 Scotland roundtable , participants tbc.
2.30 Ross Sinclair, The real life Rock Opera Volume 1, courtesy The Agency gallery London.
3 Comments on the fair by Hari Kunzru, freelance journalist, Mute contributor and London based editor.
3.30 Anthony Huberman, Programme director at the Scultpure Centre New York, presents a 30 minute discussion about radio with artist Vito Acconci.
4 Artist Trisha Donnelly and Jack Hanley from Jack Hanley in San Francisco in conversation.
5 Curator Tamsin Dillon and Artist Emma Kay present the latest public art commission for the London Underground
5.30 David Robbins audio material
6 Peres-projects LA presents work by artist Terence Koh
6.30

various guests from the fair

Friday 15 October

11

David Gryn present the Artprojx cinema series at Prince Charles Cinema 16-17-18 October 2004.

11.30 Alastair Leslie, Ivan Seal, Ben Drew (live! laptop performance)
12 Alun Williams from Parkers Box, New York and Jose Kuri from kurimanzutto gallery, Mexico city in conversation with Tobi Maier.
1 Contemporary Collecting (live broadcast of the frieze art fair panel discussion)
What are the motivations and responsibilities behind building a contemporary art collection?
From public foundations to private individuals, the panelists discuss their collections followed by questions from the chair.
Alistair Hicks (Art Advisor to Deutsche Bank AG)
Harald Falckenberg (Collector)
Susan May (Head of Arts Council Collection, Hayward Gallery)
John A. Smith (Collector)
Chair: Andrew Renton (Director, Curatorial Programme, Goldsmiths' College and Columnist, Evening Standard)

2.30 Juneau/projects/, London present recent audio works.
3 Meyer-Rieger gallery, Karlsruhe presents audio works by Helen Mirra.
3.30 Interview with Christian Sievers, Frieze Art fair projects co-ordinator.
3.45 audio artists radio transmissions, a project by Gary Phelan.
4 The Future Museum
How does the construction of the buildings that house art effect the way museums function? What is the role of the museum within local and international fields? Can museum programming embrace both experimentation and conservation? What is the vision for the museum of the future?
Charles Esche (Director, Van Abbemuseum and Co-editor of Afterall)
Yuko Hasegawa (Chief Curator, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art)
Beatrix Ruf (Director/Curator, Kunsthalle Z├╝rich)
Igor Zabel (Curator, Moderna Galerija Ljubljana)
Chair: Richard Flood (Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Walker Art Center)

5.30 Meg Maggio from CourtYard gallery, Beijing in conversation with Tobi Maier and Anna Colin.
6 Tetine (Eliete Mejorado and Bruno Verner) pre- launch their new album Funky Carioca (Mr.Bongo rec.)

Saturday 16 October

11 Artist Gary Phelan presents material from his various Radio projects
11.30 B-Q gallery, Cologne presents artist Ferdinand Kriwet
12 Roundtable with Assume vivid astro focus (LA/NY) and Los Super Elegantes (LA)
1 New Internationalism - Does the rapid development of new art centres encourage greater cultural diversity, or has it resulted in a new international orthodoxy? How can discourse keep up with information? Leading art professionals discuss.
Vasif Kortun (Director, Platform Garanti Contemporary Art Center, and Co-curator 9th International Istanbul Biennial, 2005)
Chus Martinez (Art Critic and Curator, sala rekalde)
Neil Mulholland (Lecturer in Contemporary Art and Theory,
Centre for Visual & Cultural Studies, Edinburgh College of Art)
Adam Szymczyk (Director, Kunsthalle Basel)
Chair: Alex Farquharson (Art Critic and Co-curator, British Art Show 6)

3 Phil Collins dj-set
3.30 Adam Chodzko radio art - second part

Sunday 17 October

12 Resonance 104.4FM live electronics set with James Dunn, Robin Warren and Chris Weaver.
12.30 Maria Fusco presents latest the Bookworks commissions – Mark Titchner / Lawrence Weiner.
1

The Psychology of Collecting, live broadcast of the frieze art fair panel discussion - Is collecting an irrational act guided by compulsion and desire? What are the use of objects? What are the motivations behind making, collecting, curating and criticizing art? A discussion of the psychology of collecting and the politics of taste.
Hilary Rubenstein (Psychologist)
Eric Troncy (Art Critic and Director, Le Consortium, Dijon)
Haim Steinbach (Artist)
Chair: Alice Rawsthorn (Director, Design Museum)


2.30 Michael Hall gallery, Vienna presents audio works by artist Elisabeth Penker
2.45 Torsten Lauschmann’ s music selection (pre-recorded dj-set)
3.10 Portable live set and presentation of sudelectronic records, London
4 Where is Adventure? What is Culture? - A discussion of the relationship of art to entertainment, touching on the comedic, being popular and failing miserably.
Trisha Donnelly (Artist)
Christian Jankowski (Artist)
David Robbins (Writer & Artist)
Nancy Spector (Curator of Contemporary Art, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum)
Chair: Matthew Higgs (Curator, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts)

5.30 James Lingwood presents Gregor Schneider*s Artangel commission
5.45 Toby Clarkson’s recordings from the fair
6 Melissa Bent from Rivington Arms gallery, New York in conversation with artist Dan Colan

Monday 18 October

11 Late breakfast discussion in and around the fair.
11.30 discussion with pupils from the Serpentine gallery education day at Frieze Art Fair
12 Anthony Huberman, Programme director at the Scultpure Centre New York, presents a 30 minute interview with Lawrence Weiner.
12.30 Scott King with Matthew Higgs on Joy Division
1.30 Oliver Payne and Nick Relph dj set
2.15 Don Urquhart spoken word performance
3 Erkki Kurenniemi and Mika Taanila in conversation with Tobi Maier and Ruth Catlow on the occasion of their London exhibition at HTTP gallery
4 VOX pop, recordings from the fair with Sharon Gal
5 End of broadcast from Frieze Art Fair

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