Open Call for Sound / Performance for Live Radio

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An invitation to create new work specifically for live radio. This could take the form of a live performance, intervention, lecture or talk, pre-recorded composition, or anything outside of these. You’re invited to explore issues around commmunication, archiving, live vs recorded sound, non-visual media, and digital vs analogue technologies.

Fractal Meat on a Spongy Bone is a fortnightly sound/art radio show broadcast by London’s NTS. Over the past year the show has welcomed as guests numerous artists, curators, composers, musicians, performers and art groups; showcased netlabels exploring audio arts and sonic experiments; previewed exhibitions and events; and played unusual sounds both brand new and from the depths of the sound/art canon.

NTS aims to fill a void in the community of musically minded progressive thinking people in London. An idea bigger than just another online community radio station – NTS is a unique platform for inspired people to present their findings, passions and obsessions.

The show will be broadcast live via the internet, and

also archived online where it will be available for download.
The show runs every other Friday from 8-10am, in East London.
The available studio space is small – approx 2m x 1.5m.
Please bear in mind the times, location and space if you plan to perform in the studio.
Duration can be anything up to the full two hours. Shorter pieces are very much welcomed.
Pre-recorded works can be accepted with appropriate justification, providing they are created specifically for this purpose and not previously aired elsewhere.
We cannot pay any expenses or an artist fee.

To apply please send the following information to gndunning [at] gmail [dot] com
– Short biog of artist/group/performer (100 words)
– Basic proposal including duration (100 words)
There is a rolling deadline as the show continues, but proposals will be considered on a first come, first served basis.

 

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