Podcast #296: Radio Spectrum and Transmission Art – rebroadcast
Tuesday, May 4th, 2021 - 58 seconds
Amanda Dawn Christie is an artist enamored with radios and radio waves. The Assistant Professor, Studio Arts at Concordia University (Montreal, Canada) joins us on the show to discuss her most recent transmission art project, Ghosts in the Airglow, in which she created work at the HAARP facility in Alaska.
Christie also shares with us the backstory of how she starting working with radio and radio waves, describing her fascination with radio towers and shortwave and recounting her numerous radio-related art projects.
This episode first aired in April of 2019. To hear the longer verson click here.
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- Faculty page for Amanda Dawn Christie at Concordia University
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- Audio from Ghosts in the Air Glow
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