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Radio Revolten to publish 30 Days Of Radio Art

The book will document the radio art festival that took place in Halle (Saale) in 2016

The international radio art festival Radio Revolten is to published a book on its October 2016 edition held in Halle (Saale), Germany. Hosted by the community radio station CORAX who transmitted over a dedicated city wide radio art frequency, the event gathered 100 contemporary radio artists and featured installations, live performances, conferences, workshops and public interventions.

Edited by Knut Aufermann, Helen Hahmann, Sarah Washington and Ralf Wendt, the book, much like the event itself, sets to “reclaim FM radio as an open access medium for cultural use”, covering some of the festival artworks and events, and featuring articles (written in English) by Anna Friz, Hartmut Geerken, Lucinda Guy, Martin Hartung, Lukas Holfeld, Udo Israel, Tina Klatte, Michael Nicolai, Gregory Whitehead, Florian Wüst, and Elisabeth Zimmermann. It also includes specially commissioned colour photographs.

Radio Revolten. 30 Days Of Radio Art has been finished, however pre-orders are necessary as €6,000 is still needed for printing to go ahead. More information can be found on via the Startnext campaign page. It will be released on Leipzig publishers Spector Books.