Results filed under: radio

A Bite Tonight

The “world’s longest radio play” was written by Patrick Ready and loosely based on Bram Stoker’s Dracula, with Opal Nations as the artist-vampire, Suzanne Ksinan as



An imaginary gay and politically left radio station is the site used to analyze issues of media politics and sexual liberation.



Installation using about 50 radios in simultaneous operation. Due to the high volume of material in the Western Front Archive, further information on this project



The following text is taken from Front Magazine, vol. V, no. 2, p. 7, November/December 1993: Journées ELECTRO-RADIO Days (JERD) Will investigate the space between the concert


Radio Club

The following text is taken from Front Magazine, vol. VI, no. 2, p. 13, November/December 1994: Tired of the same old stuff on C-Fox? Believe that there


Art’s Birthday

24 hours of non-stop live radio art connecting Western Front, CITR-FM and contacts in Japan, Austria, Holland, France and Australia. Art’s Birthday is an annual event first proposed


Wiencouver 2000

Weincouver was the name of a series of telecommunication projects between Vienna and Vancouver from 1980 – 1984. Weincouver 2000 is not a nostalgic look at