TIK-Radiodays II

14-18th of March in progressbar, Bratislava, Cukrova 14;
daily from 11:00 – 18:00

SCHEDULE CHANGE!!! - Monday we start only at 14:00 at progressbar

The second workshop of the Visegrad funded event - the TIK Radio days, deals with creating a radio broadcast. Content and production are in the foreground of this workshop.
Supported by Visegrad, our three partner organisations are involved in the course of the whole development and are invited to participate in further TIK workshops throughout the year.
KIBU, Budapest, KRONIKA, Bytom and Yo-yo, Praha send for each workshop artists to participate and develop parts for the project.

In this workshop will explore various ideas, like the TimeBendingClock, browse through the history of arts and cultures and its relation to time, and ponder about the philosophical questions lying behind these topics. All this we will express through recordings and sounds, which in the end will be merged into one radio piece for the radia art radio network.
Special guests for this workshop are Dr. Verena Kuni from the Goethe Universitaet Frankfurt and Nina Czegledy.

As an exchange platform for audio exchange we will use the platform padma, which is part of the TIK project for video and audio documentation. This platform gives us the possibility to work collaboratively on audio pieces.

A public lecture from Dr. Verena Kuni about the TimeBendingClock and its connection to ghosts and mystical phenomena plus a lecture from Kruno Jost about radio networks in Croatia and invited Chris Hessle from dubsquare.net about migration in Europe, Black Atlantic and its relation to pirate radios will take place on the on the 18th of March. A public hearing of the produced radio broadcast later that evening will close the event.

The workshop and lectures will take place in English language and are free of charge. For the workshop please register at: callme (AT) col-me (DOT) info

Please see a preliminary schedule here: http://timeinventorskabinet.org/wiki/doku.php/content_ba

and a previously pool of collected ideas here: http://timeinventorskabinet.org/wiki/doku.php/radio#tik_radio