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Syndicate: [micro]~[radio]~[party] performed by tetsuo kogawa


Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 04:00:21 +0200
CC: syndicate@aec.at
Subject: [micro]~[radio]~[party] performed by tetsuo kogawa
From: ralfhomann@t-online.de (Ralf Homann)


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I N V I T A T I O N

(first message - if you want more replay to radio@uni-weimar.de)

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5th november 1999 in weimar/germany 19:00 CET - 2:00 CET

local area: bauhaus-university and art space
on air FM 106.6 (bubbles and ball)
streaming www.uni-weimar.de/radio

performed by TETSUO KOGAWA, tokyo

the evening before:
a short lecture on micro radio and Mini FM
as a very contemporary art form

COME AND SEE HOW EASY IT IS TO MAKE YOUR OWN TRANSMITTER INT0 ETHER SPACE.

Tetsuo Kogawa introduced free radio to Japan, and is widely known for
his blend of criticism, performance and activism. Most recently he has
combined the experimental and pirate aesthetics of the Mini-FM movement
with internet streamed media.
Tetsuo Kogawa's interests range over a variety of disciplines and
critical approaches. After studying philosophy at Sophia and Waseda
universities, he taught at Wako University for 17 years. He is currently
Professor of Communication Studies at Tokyo Keizai University's
Department of Communications. He has written over 30 books on media
culture, film, city and urban space, and micro politics.
http://anarchy.k2.tku.ac.jp

[micro]~[radio]~[party]~[micro]~[radio]~[party]~[micro]~[radio]~[party]

in collaboration with the ground staff of experimental radio at bauhaus,
a very good place for radio@radio
and some what we call surfing anarchism.

DANCING INTO ETHER!


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