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New Adventures in Sound Art presents: Deep Wireless May 1-31, 2003
 
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New Adventures in Sound Art presents:

Deep Wireless May 1-31, 2003 - a month long celebration of Radio Art Includes performances at the Ambient Ping & the Rivoli, special radio broadcasts on CBC Radio 1 99.1-FM (May 19-22, 11:45 am), CIUT 89.5-FM and CKLN 88.1FM, residencies at Charles Street Video and a two-day conference.

CONFERENCE COMPONENT
Transmissions sans Frontières May 24-25, 2003 10-5 PM Victoria College Building 91 Charles St. West, Toronto
Registration $65/$130 www.deepwireless.ca/tsf

Transmissions sans Frontières is a two-day conference that will explore the boundaries of radio. 
It is about transcending boundaries -- boundaries between art forms, boundaries between public and community broadcasting. It will encourage us to think of the airspace we all share, and how we can make the airwaves resonate with new voices and new ways of presenting ideas.
Transmissions sans Frontières is sponsored by the Canadian Society for Independent Radio Production with funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. Session topics include: The Idea of North/The Idea of Canada by CBC Documentary producer Steve Wadhams and composer Christos Hatzis; Quick Stop Art Spot by practicing interdisciplinary artist and producer Chandra Bulucon;
The Ear is a Question Mark by soundscape recordist and radio producer of Pulse of the Planet Jim Metzner; Pushing Boundaries in Radio by Third Coast International Audio Festival organizer Julie Shapiro, former Program Director at Trent Radio Barb Woolner, and sound artist and curator Anna Friz; The Medium is the Media by Anna Friz; Unlocking the Transmitter by sound artist Victoria Fenner, and CBC "Outfront’s" Garvia Bailey;
Deep Wireless artist panel by the artists commissioned by "Out Front" with a residency at Charles Street Video (Reena Katz, Mark Brownell, Dan Hart, and Kathy Kennedy); Writing with Sounds by sound artist Chantal Dumas. Registration includes free admittance to all live performances.

For registration info go to www.deepwireless.ca/tsf

LIVE PERFORMANCE COMPONENT:
RADIO-A-MOCK 1 & 2 May 23 & 24, 2003, 8 & 10:30 PM
The Rivoli, 334 Queen Street West
Tickets:$15 each night Advance tickets call 416-910-7231 or
naisa@soundtravels.ca


Each evening is a different double bill of live and recorded experimental sound and radio art performances that create the world of radio on stage. 
Radio-a-mock is a "performed" radio show with radio hosts Kristiana Clemens on May 23rd and Chandra Bulucon on May 24th that includes experimental sound works by Gregory Whitehead and Jim Metzner, four world premières by playwright Mark Brownell, radio documentarian Dan Hart, sound artist Kathy Kennedy, and violinist/audio artist Reena Katz (commissioned for Deep Wireless by CBC Radio’s Out Front with residencies at Charles Street Video), live interviews with the artists and composers, alongside Radio Art versions of the news by Gregg Williard, the weather by Dan Lander, “Case of Death” by John Oswald, "Hockey Night in Opera" by Egils Bebris, and "War Time Comes and Goes" by Steve Wadhams.

The second part of the double bill includes late night performances by sound artists Susanna Hood and Zev Asher on May 23rd, and by composer Matt Rogalsky and DJ-Artist Jeremy Mimnagh on May 24th.
Radio-a-Mock is a mock radio show about a world gone amok. A Happy Hour between the early and late night performances is sponsored by the Canadian Music Centre and will include a free drink to all in attendance as well as CD give-a-ways. New Adventures in Sound Art is a non-profit organization that produces performances and installations spanning the entire spectrum of electroacoustic and experimental sound art. Included in its Toronto productions are: Deep Wireless, Sound Travels, Sign Waves and SOUNDplay.

For media interviews, reviews, or media comps contact
Nadene Theriault-Copeland at 416-910-7231, 905-454-5714,
or nadene@soundtravels.ca.
For more info on Deep Wireless go to www.deepwireless.ca





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