September 5 – October 11, 2008

(Forward and Reverse Engineering for Live Analog Broadcast)

107.3 FM

A live broadcast and engineering event

Workshops and events September 5th -7th and Saturdays through October 11
Full Schedule of Events

Friday, September 5, 1 - 5pm
-- Circuit Bending Workshop with special guest Alex Inglizian (Cliplead_)
5-8pm — screening of new works for analog TELEVISION BROADCAST (••please contribute works for TV broadcast ••)
DRUM MACHINE CIRCLE to be broadcast to cars on the street (•• Participants encouraged - bring your own drum machine and cables! structured improv - scores provided••)
performances of select John Cage scores, and more ...

Saturday, Sept 6, 12 – 5pm -- Radio and transmission arts day!
1 - 4 pm: FM radio transmitter building workshop ... (folks take their transmitters home!)
5-6pm -- Christy Matson (and friends) will be performing, Grounded, a 4-channel improvisational audio piece that combines analog electronics, digital sound synthesis and headstands!

Sunday, Sept 7, 2 - 5pm - Television transmitter building workshop .... drop in and make something happen!

all events are free and open to the public

Kavi Gupta Gallery is pleased to invite Neighborhood Public Radio artists Jon Brumit, Lee Montgomery and Michael Trigilio for a live radio project that will consist of interactive programming and workshops. The opening weekend and subsequent weekends during the span of the exhibition will be filled with impromptu collaborations, interviews, hacking, bending, performances and events such as a selection of John Cage scores, a Friday night drum machine circle, radio and television transmitter building workshops and screenings of new works for television broadcast.

Neighborhood Public Radio is an independent, artist-run radio project committed to providing an alternative media platform for artists, activists, musicians, and community members. NPR (founded in 2004 Oakland, California) who shares their moniker with National Public Radio, streams onto the Internet as well as utilizing their own low-power FM transmitters. The group organizes community-based projects that are free and open to the public. By circumventing the need for commercial or corporate sponsorship, NPR provides a genuine conduit for free speech through grassroots low budget shows based on providing “snapshots” of various people and neighborhoods.

“If it's in the neighborhood and it makes noise, we hope to put it on the air.”

Neighborhood Public Radio have broadcast from, done shows or presented their work at The Whitney Museum of America Art as part of the Whitney Biennial 2008, Artists Television Access, Southern Exposure, San Francisco; Novi Sad Contemporary Museum, Serbia; Fadaiat//Borderline Academy, Tarifa; Chicago's Version 5, Yerba Buena center for the Arts, San Francisco; FSK Radio in Hamburg, and the De Young Museum, San Francisco. Creative Work Fund, Walter and Elise Haas Fund, CEC Artslink, and ISEA Community Domain Commission have supported NPR.

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