A.A.R.T. - RADIO (1994) / LIVE DAY ARCHIVE

 

A.A.R.T. - Radio (AUDIO ARTISTS RADIO TRANSMISSIONS) was the first dedicated art radio station of its kind. It was originally created to intermittently facilitate the work of visual artists who used sound or were eager to use sound as a creative medium and also to explore the creative potential of radio broadcasting for artists. What exists in this archive are the surviving restored and digitised tapes from the live performance experiments of the project which were held in the Great Hall and Chapel of The Irish Museum of Modern Art, RHK, Dublin, Ireland in 1994.

A.A.R.T. - RADIO (1994) / LIVE DAY ARCHIVE is now available to listen to in the link below.

Enjoy the listening and feel free to share the archive.

A.A.R.T. - RADIO (1994) / LIVE DAY ARCHIVE

 

 

 

 


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TRUSTED SERVANT

As part of the group exhibition, .all hawaii eNtrées / luNar reGGae, Irish artist Garrett Phelan was invited by the curators to officially close the exhibition with his project Trusted Servant. The exhibition ran at IMMA from 29 November 2006 to 18 February 2007.

The removal of Trusted Servant from YouTube at Phelan’s conceptual discretion will mark the official end of the exhibition.

Exhibition Ends: when TrustedServant video removed from YOUTUBE.

IMMA INFORMATION ON TRUSTED SERVANT

 

 

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