OK, so I’m pretty late with this but I don’t suppose anyone’s setting their watch by it.
Gene Pool runs on through July on Soundart Radio up to the end of the Summer season before returning in September. I’ve used a trip over to Bristol and some of my forthcoming Autumn programme at South Hill Park to provide source material for a few episodes this month.
Already broadcast, but coming to the podcast version in a month or so, I made a feature on the Watershed offshoot, Pervasive Media Centre which gears it’s output around a grouping of academics, technology developers and artists making use of “technology that knows where you are”. PM Studio resident, Duncan Speakman and Director, Clare Reddington spoke about the new avenues being explored within the area of Locative media.
The final two weeks of July home in on the Sound:Site event, which takes place on 2nd October, with our last two episodes of the month featuring guests who will be appearing at the event, which hinges around sonic arts and the internet as a distribution platform/community resource.
Soundart Radio broadcasts from Dartington, Dorset, UK on 102.5FM and streams live on the web from www.soundartradio.org.uk
14 July:Â Locative Media
Bristolâ€™s Pervasive Media Studio Director, Clare Reddington and artist, Duncan Speakman talk about “technology that knows where you are”, pervasive gaming and interaction withÂ public spaces around us.
21 July:Â UK Sound Archive
The British Library Sound Archive explored with artist, Felicity Ford and recordings of the dark, Estonian night made by Simon Whetham.
28 July:Â Sound:Site
Sound artist and performer, Jonathan Coleclough joins us to talk about his work recording silent rooms, plus â€œSound Diariesâ€ with Felicity Ford. Both artists feature at the Sound:Site event at South Hill Park on 2nd October 2010.