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Music for Laboratories 4 – white out
Returning to the snowy heights of Switzerland only to connect with Lefterys Krysalis from Weimar, Germany.
Lefterys is an artist, musician and researcher. His research interest are the politics of listening. He is also a close and long term radio-collaborator of your baby-sweet-host Jan Gloeckner.
So there is lots to talk about, and we might end up discussing war crimes by Greece and Germany in the past and the present.
Music-selectors: Lefterys and Jan
The third Episode of Music for Laboratories keeps promises of the old year. Aiste Ambrazeviciute is the host and music-selector of this episode, while Jan Glöckner pushes the buttons and co-hosts.
They talk about emotional safe spaces in laboratories and the necessity of vulnerability and risk involved when conducting experiments on yourself.
A special quarantine show, from the isolated basements of our hearts in Kaunas and Staffelstein.
Let us take you to the lowest place.
directly from the Swiss Mountains, out of the deep snow.
Music for Laboratories pilots on rasuradijas live from Sodas 2123 Studio 36 from the x-disciplinary congress on artistic research hosted by the doctoral department of Vilnius Academy Arts.
Jan Glöckner speaks with Aiste Ambrazeviciute, the founder of Plantasia Lab about laboratories, fieldwork during lockdowns, modulation of minds through music selection, and altered states of mind in research set-ups.
This Episode was Co-produced with MENE and partly supported by Lithuanian Council for Culture.
PERFORMING SOIL was developed by the artists Silke kleine Kalvelage and Jan Georg Glöckner, together with the curator/cultural mediator Marcel Hörler. In April, May and June they invited different collaborators from the fields of music, visual arts, textile design, organic farming, performance and dance to three sessions at Vogelherd, a nature reserve in Lichtensteig, St. Gallen.
REVEIL 24+1 HOUR BROADCAST 2021
5AM London time (UTC+1) on Saturday 1 MAY to 6AM on Sunday 2 MAY 2021
bauhaus.fm team is happy to announce the participation in Reveil 8 by rebroadcasting the whole broadcast and by contributing a live soundscape from Weimar
More information about bauhaus.fm contribution on Reveil 8 here
More information about Reveil 8 below
bauhaus.fm is all gay all month! We’re starting our pride month foray into the rainbow airwaves with lesbian songs/musicians/jokes.
Das bauhaus.fm-Team spricht mit Gästen über den Antrag der AfD im Weimarer Stadtrat, die Unterstützung des Bürgerradios Radio Lotte in Weimar zu kürzen.
The bauhaus.fm team talks to guests about AfD’s motion in Weimar’s city council to cut support for the citizens’ radio station Radio Lotte in Weimar. English translation starts at 12:20 minutes.
The 27th live concert of the bauhaus.fm – Rundfunkorchestra.
Liebe HörerInnen und SendungsmacherInnen, vielen Dank für euer Begleiten der 48h-Sendung des Sommersemesters 2019. Auf unserer Webseite stellen wir nun nach und nach die einzelnen Sendungen zum nachhören zur Verfügung. Das Team von bauhaus.fm verschwindet nun in das Sommersendeloch aus dem es erst wieder im Oktober erscheint. Unterbrochen wird diese Funkstille für unser Sonderprogramm anlässlich der Radiokunstausstellung „Radiophonic Spaces“. Haltet die Ohren offen – Details funken wir demnächst über unsere Internetkanäle.
Dear listeners and broadcasters, thank you very much for your support of the 48h broadcast of the summer semester 2019. On our website we are now gradually making the individual programmes available for you to listen to. The bauhaus.fm team is now disappearing into the summer, from which it will not appear again until October. This radio silence will be interrupted for our special programme on the occasion of the radio art exhibition „Radiophonic Spaces“. Keep your ears open – we will inform you soon via our Internet channels.
Laura Anh Thu Dang unterhält sich mit Mari Matsutoya über ihre Installation „Still be here“ mit dem virtuellen Charakter „Hatsune Miku“ sowie über die Beziehung zwischen Mensch und Technologie, u.a. bei Sprachassistenten.
Keno Westhoff im Gespräch mit dem Experten für künstliche Intelligenz Toby Walsh.
Open call for the Radiophonic Places: parallel program of Radiophonic Spaces.
Radiophonic Places is curated by students of the Experimental Radio Chair of the Bauhaus Universität, Weimar.
Bauhaus.Fm asks for pre-recorded radio shows, edited in different kind of formats. Produced outside of the studio – using any recording device and sound editing programs, the series aims to challenge the format of a radio show and explore the DIY-ways of producing.
Contributors can be anyone. Send your radio shows with a small description and an image to the following email-address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The submitted radio shows should be at least 20 minutes.
They will be selected by the members of bauhaus.fm and broadcasted on the stream of bauhaus.fm and on air at 106.6 MHz in the area of Weimar.
Broadcasting dates: July 27-28, 2019 (opening weekend of Radiophonic Spaces).
End of Call: June 25, 2019
Ulas and Beni talk about music and play psychedelic, rock bands between the 70s and today.
Technik: Markus Westphal
1-Mount Eerie-No Inside No out
2-The Tiger Lillies-Spirit
4-Fedayi Pacha-The Uck
5-International Music-Du Hund
6-King Gizzard&The Lizard Wizard-Sleep Drifter
7-Cocteau Twin-Cherry-Coloured Funk
8-Free The Robots-Turkish Voodoo
Matthew and Ulas host Beni first time. They talk about music, politics, populism.
1-Admiral General Aladeen, Aiwa & Mr. Tibz-The Next Episode
methexis, μέθεξις: communication between the world of senses and the world of ideas
In the first show of methexis, we will talk about subjects related to greek architecture, art theories through the prism of historic references, followed by sounds of musique concrète, soundscape compositions, and acoustic ecology.
Das bauhaus.fm – Rundfunkorchester fährt nach Köln – ein Reisebericht.
Die erste Sendung des neuen Sommersemesters 2019 mit Keno, Lefteris und den Gästen Ella und Lilli der studentischen Initiative „Wortschatz“.
Bauhaus.Fm broadcasts live on the stream the event „Protest Music & Student Movements in Latin America“
This is the final presentation of the project „Sounds great! The unexplored Weimar“ by Edoardo Antonio Tedde and Nikola Kekerovic with students of the MFA Programme „Public Art and New Artistic Strategies“.
Works of the bauhaus-semester project „topology of immersion“ organized by the chair of Experimental Radio Weimar.
Some people hijack the radio in Buenos Aires and talk with the radio.
Fremde Türen: El Kapıları(Turkish)* – 2
New radio project about Turkish Immigration in Germany by Ulas Yener. How immigration has affected media production in Turkey and Germany. Economical, political, cultural and historical reasons and results. He digs out Turkish media products starting from the ’60s till these days.
In this 2nd show, Ulas introduces Turkish immigration in Germany and play unique sounds in Turkish and German, collaborations between Turkish musicians and German artists.
Laura Anh Thu Dang, Lefteris Krysalis and Konrad Behr are talking about the exhibition „Radiophonic Spaces“ at Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) in Berlin. Guest on telephone: Antje Meichsner.
Mattachin for half an hour choose some experimental music mainly from 70’s and invites Elina Varouxaki and Lefteris Krysalis to talk about some recipes when Jan Glöckner joins them via phone from Latvia.
bauhaus.fm is proud to broadcast the event „Rise and Resist \ BRAZIL – Let’s talk about fascism?“ at Wednesday, November 7th at 7pm live from Laden Weimar.
Join artist Matthew Lloyd as he sits down and engages with contemporary artists in a one hour interview.
Guest of the fist show: Stefan Lesueur.
Matthew John Lloyd and Ulas Yener host Aixa Navas and Silvana Callegari. They are talking about the economic and political situation in Venezuela and immigration to Colombia.
Rise and Resist is a initiative from Brazilians against fascism trying to explain the current political situation in Brazil.
Dangerous – Still not in danger but still dangerous! Matthew John Lloyd & Ulas Yener is doing the first show of Dangerous for the new semester. They talk about the political situations and expectations.
The Matthew, Ulas and Pablo show
Technik: Lefteris Krysalis
Jan, Luca und Lefteris hören klassische Musik und wissen nicht, über was sie reden sollen. Dann ruft jemand aus Athen an. Plötzlich rufen immer mehr Leute an. Das Chaos bricht aus. Alles verliert sich. Und irgendwo kommt immer wieder Schönberg.
A show with Ulas Yener only! He plays international workers‘ sounds around the world. Happy International Workers‘ Day!
The show with Matthew John Lloyd, Pablo Silva Saray, and Ulas Yener. They talk about representation of the students and artists in front of the other people and daily behaviors.
The show with Matthew John Lloyd, Pablo Silva Saray, and Ulas Yener. They talk about the creative process of themselves as students and professionals. Copy&paste culture in architecture, design, and artistic disciplines.
Last show of winter semester 2017/18 with Matthew John Lloyd and Pablo Silva.
The experimental Radioshow with Johann Mittmann and Jan Glöckner!
This is a binaural programme! For the full stereophonic experience listen to it via headphones.
Matthew John Lloyd, Pablo Silva Saray, and Ulas Yener take part 3 hours in 53h Sendung of Bauhaus.fm. They talk about hyper-reality, post-modern architecture and urbanism, media, virtual reality.
A show with Pablo Silva Saray and Matthew John Lloyd, Ulas Yener. They talk about occupy movements how those movements affect city culture, democracy-protest culture.
Ulas Yener plays the 60s, 70s and 80s Psychedelic and Progressive Rock, Funk and Folk sounds from Middle Eastern musicians (Lebanon, Iran, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Israel, Pakistan)
Matthew John Lloyd, Pablo Silva Saray and Ulas Yener talk about contemporary art, artists, students, art schools, museums and exhibitions.
Pablo Silva Saray and Ulas Yener talk about popular culture, communication, the up-to-date musical approach of the musicians, the way of expression: poetry&music relationship.
Die experimentelle Radioshow mit Johann Mittmann und Jan Glöckner.
Pablo Silva Saray and Ulas Yener talk about modernity and popular culture, governments, corruption of society.
Pablo Silva Saray and Ulas Yener talk about popular music applications, the mixed sounds and mixing culture.
Pablo Silva Saray and Ulas Yener talk about jazz and blues and how that sounds have been affected in other countries.
Matthew John Lloyd, Pablo Silva Saray, and Ulas Yener talk about being foreigner-stranger-, different in another country. Experiences, difficulties, benefits, effects, understandings, misunderstandings…
The experimental radioshow with Johann Mittmann and Jan Glöckner! This week we reenact the show from last week!
Matthew John Lloyd and Ulas Yener talk about the elections around the world, daily politics, hunger strikes, protests, democracy fights, destroying the countries, freedom for whom,
Wiederholung des Live-Streams vom 25. Mai 2017.
The english show with Ulas Yener & Matthew Lloyd.
They talk about Turkish Referendum, The Mother of all bombs, Easter Day, George Carlin, Khalil Gibran.
Matthew John Lloyd und Ulas Yener sprechen über Turkisch Referendum, Die Mutter aller Bomben, Ostertag, George Carlin und Khalil Gibran.
Wiederholung der außergewöhnlichen Sendepremiere.
Matthew Lloyd and Ulas Yener, are joined by guest professor of the Public Art and New Artistic Strategies Master programme, Bojan Vuletic. Musician and Composer, Bojan talks about his own personal artistic background, and his experience of dealing with his semester subject for the Master students of the Public Art course, titled (Un)sounds of Buchenwald.
Matthew Lloyd and Ulas Yener talk about body language, dating applications, the relationship between popular culture and politics, PGP (Pussy-grabbing President), gossips, social media and Nazim Hikmet.
(un)sounds of buchenwald – Der Masterstudiengang „Kunst im öffentlichen Raum“ zu Gast im Studio
Bericht zur Werkschau des Werkmoduls „Ghost in the Machine“ am Freitag, den 20. Januar 2017 im Gaswerk Weimar.
Gespräch mit der Künstlerin und Architektin Rubab Paracha über ihre Master-Ausstellung in der OMA.