Our station is Internet-based and led by Experimental Communication (School of Communication) students at the Royal College of Art of London. We curate weekly showcases of music, conversation and interview, collected from both RCA students and further afield. This sonic-satellite is an opportunity to re-invigorate the public through worldwide collaboration and discussion, whilst also building bridges in a post-Brexit, mid-Covid-19 environment.
To close-up the Work in Progress show week, Export Radio is organising an AFTER PARTY open to all! Starting with a workshop on EXperimental COMmunity Radios hosted by RCA tutors and students alike, the party will carry on with DJ sets takeovers from 5pm onwards. Keep tuned!
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
EXperimental COMmunity Radio –» This meta-program will start with a brief overview on Pirate Radios, Campus and Community Radios, the transition and contamination between airwaves and the Internet, discussing pioneering experiences of diy radio made with minimalistic resources and the fusion of old and new media. Radio as a space for forming communities and enacting political activism, the creation of experimental music and the introduction of the Internet enabling other forms of participation and the creation of intimate dislocated spaces. The discussion will be punctuated by invited guests and passersby.
Host: Eleonora Oreggia // xname » radioubique
Guests: Rafael Diniz, Rhizomatica / University of Brasilia, BR & John Wild, Coded Geometry / RCA, UK MORE TBC
We’re looking forward to ‘hear’ from you and meet you on our audio-visual waves!
Tune in soon!
HOST: Eleonora Oreggia
GUESTS: Rafael Diniz & John Wild
PARTICIPANTS: Visual Communication cohort & more TBA!
The workshop & after party will be hosted on Export Radio’s website : exportradio.club from 3pm on February 5th.