ADATA AiR Residency May 17th-July7th 2018

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Broadcasting on 199 Radio + DIY Church Radio
With special guests Sybella Perry, Markus Stein, Gabriel Birch, Anna Kostreva and Nathan Gray

"Plovdiv 2019 Foundation launches an artist-in-residence programme – ADATA AiR – in the city of Plovdiv. The residency aims to give a space for a creative exchange that fosters intercultural dialogue and interaction.

(…) During their stay, the residents will have the opportunity to develop new projects and interact with local communities and the complex cultural realities of the city.

(…) Adata is the name of a river island in Plovdiv (etymology from Turkish – “island”). Used as a picnic area in the beginning of the 20th century and also for growing fruits and vegetables, the island is currently a deserted area, a burden for its owners, serving only for free wood cutting and for different illegal activities. (...)"
- Plovdiv 2019 Foundation for the European Capital of Culture

 

 

sub_ʇxǝʇ ADATA AiR series presents: Resident Receiver with Sybella Perry
Thursday 24th May: UK 8am-10am, CET 9am-11am and BG 10am-12pm
The artist and radio producer meets the abandoned river island first hand bringing new perspectives and sounds of her own to this complex environment.

For five weeks sub_ʇxǝʇ on 199 radio brings you selected sounds, comment and reflection on the current status of the river island Adata, supported by the European Capital of Culture 2019: Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

http://cargocollective.com/sybellaperry

 

 

sub_ʇxǝʇ ADATA AiR series presents: CYRILLIC SHORTWAVE

07.06.2018: UK 09.-10.00 CET 10.00-11.00 BGN 11.00-12.00

For five weeks sub_ʇxǝʇ on 199 radio brings you selected sounds, comment and reflection on the current status of the river island Adata, supported by the European Capital of Culture 2019: Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

We dedicate this show to the monks Cyril and Methodius, believed to have been the initial creators of the Cyrillic script during the first Bulgarian Empire in the 9th Century AD.

And we dedicate this show to miscommunications all around the world, and to listening twice.

This week sub_ʇxǝʇ and diy church radio have worked together with others from the ADATA AiR residency and the Adata Island itself to bring you a series of joyful incoherences, linguistic slippages and de-tuned frequencies of labour and nomadism with the post 89’ educative landscape.

Including material from our OPEN RADIO STUDIO during the Kapana Festival last weekend and an interview with the owner of CU29 GalleryVelizar Dimchev that hosted our temporary studio. We also speak with special guests Stephan Wäldele aka ZIPSONIC and Sophie Innmann.


https://cashmereradio.com/shows/diy-church/
 
 
 
 
Series Artwork: Alex Head/Nabil Sami

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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