Zach Poff put a radio station inside a pond. Poff is a media artist, educator and maker-of-things, and he explains that project and talks about making art with radio technology and listening to sound art. This is a re-broadcast of our episode from April, 2018.
- Zach Poff’s Pond Station is broadcasting live during the day-light hours from just below the surface of a pond.
- Soundcamp is a network of listening points at sunrise on International Dawn Chorus Day, 24 hours of live broadcasting which chases the dawn across the globe. In 2018, Dawn Chorus Day is May 5-6
- Wave Farm is a non-profit arts organization driven by experimentation with broadcast media and the airwaves
- Wave Farm’s WGXC 90.7-FM is a creative community radio station based in New York’s Greene and Columbia counties.
- Making obsolete computer sound hardware work again.
- Video Silence harvests an ongoing compilation of quiet moments from broadcast television.
- The Sun Dialogs
- The Radia network is an international informal network of community radio stations that have a common interest in producing and sharing art works for the radio. http://radia.fm/
- KUNSTRADIO is in Austria (not Australia, Eric Klein regrets the error)
- Radio Survivor ep 96 on Smart Speakers and Community Radio
- Felix Blume is creating public domain sound art from around the globe: www.felixblume.com/
- Felix Blume’s album on Sonic-Terrain
- Eric Klein’s radio drama podcast utilizing the work of Felix Blume: derailer.xyz/2016/11/02/tilting-at-windmillsdreaming-of-defenestration/