Time Machine festival performances and interviews will be broadcast across Sydney on FBi 94.5FM, 2SER 107.3Fm and Triple J plus streaming online. Listeners can get involved by sending content and even join in making a radio to perform with The Sydney Radio Orchestra.
A Filibuster Of Dreams on FBi Radio
A Filibuster of Dreams is a live radio broadcast toasting the people of Sydney in the dead of night. Starting with the letter, Sarah Rodigari will make her way through the entire White Pages filling the airwaves of FBI’s graveyard shift with hopes, aspirations and unfulfilled desires. This performance will be broadcast on FBi 94.5Fm and streamed online
Friday 20 July 1.00 - 5.00am fbiradio.com
To make a request that will be sent into the night for yourself or others you can send an email email@example.com, text 0409 945 945, tweet @fbiradio or phone in (02) 8332 2945.
Sarah Rodigari works across mediums to create participatory projects through encounters and exchange. These projects, ranging from intimate to large scale are presented in contexts including galleries, performance venues and the public sphere. Sarah collaborates with the collective Field Theory, Mimic Mass and is part of the duo Panther.
Irregular Orchestras on 2SER
Time Machine festival presents two of Sydney’s least regular orchestras on one special bill - Sydney Radio Orchestra
and Erk’s Orchestra (Electronic Resonance Korps) bringing together a large chunk of Sydney’s experimental music community. This performance will be broadcast and streamed online via 2ser 107.3 FM.
Sunday 29 July 4.00 - 7.00pm
Location: 10-14 Kensington St, Chippendale
THE SYDNEY RADIO ORCHESTRA Initiated by emerging, Sydney-based sound artist Jonathon Watts. A large improvising orchestra of musicians, sound artists and the general public will be building, playing, and manipulating radios. A live feed of the event will also be broadcast via radio, creating a radio feedback loop – imagine the sound of 80 radios feeding back on themselves. There will also be a program of radio building workshops, building up to a final group performance. See below for workshop details.
ERK’S ORCHESTRA (Electronic Resonance Korps) is a laptop-based ensemble, though it is not limited to only computers as performance tools. Founded in 2010, Erk’s Orch is comprised of a number of computer/electronics musicians and composers, bypassing the normally solo or small group mix that feeds into a large PA. Instead, the ensemble operates as a sectioned unit, with each individual generating sound from locally driven speakers into the ‘orchestra pit’ for a spatially articulate sonic construction. For Time Machine, Erk’s Orchestra performers are: Gail Priest, Daniel Whiting, Tom Smith, Emily Morandini, Melanie Herbert, Sam Bruce, Toby Burvill, Marcus Whale, and Monica Brooks. The ensemble will perform two pieces, one improvised, and one composition by Erk’s Orch honcho, Monica Brooks.
Make your own radio Workshop
Learn to build your own build your own radio at a workshop with sound artist Jonathon Watts in preparation for The Sydney Radio Orchestra’s performance on Sunday 29.07.12. A live feed of the performance event will be broadcast via radio, creating a radio feedback loop – imagine the sound of 80 radios feeding back on themselves. The Workshop is on Saturday 21 July Midday - 3.00pm at Serial 002 book here
Time Machine Interviews
Fenella Kernebone chats with Keith Fullerton-Whitman live on Triple J Sunday 15 July on The Sound Lab tune in from 11pm or stream on demand later. Stuart Buchanan chats with Solo Andata Thursday 19 July on New Weird Music Australia weekly radio show and podcast on FBi Radio.
Curated by Serial Space, the inaugural TIME MACHINE festival presents time-based art forms including performance, installation, workshops, talks, and experimental music 18 - 29 July 2012. Time Machine showcases work by more than 50 Australian and International artists, taking place across a series of venues in Sydney, Australia.