Wave Farm | Saturday Afternoon Show, WGXC-FM, Acra, NY, Oct. 28, 2017
Threads of a live conversation are woven around the ethical dimensions of artistic radio practice; advocacy for fellow artists (seasoned and new); of radio’s liveness, aboutness, ghostliness; of podcasting’s rebellious surge and influence upon its ‘parents’; how listener and producer are constructed by a neo-liberal takeover of medium and critic, and who is best to critique contemporary radiophonic artistry and ‘pondercasts’ and how it compares to legacies of radios past.
Part of Earlid’s summer 2017 forum, Radio’s Art.
Listen to the two-hour broadcast, a conversation among radio artists Gregory Whitehead, Joan Schuman and Olivia Bradley-Skill, as part of Wave Farm’s 20th-anniversary festivities and broadcasts. Hosts, Tom Roe and Galen Joseph-Hunter, founders of Wave Farm.