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Friday, November 4, noon - 1 pm at Storke Plaza, UCSB
Join us on Friday Nov. 4th, 12p-1p when KCSB, Neighborhood Public Radio and YOU will occupy your FM dial with Picnic Revolution, an INTERACTIVE radio-art installation in Storke Plaza on the UCSB Campus.
Neighborhood Public Radio will use looping broadcast streams and analog synthesizers to generate a live sound composition that will be broadcast on a low power FM frequency. Your battery operated radios will be our amplification for a quadrophonic mix of sound swirling around the square.
Participate in real-time and add your voice (or other sounds) to the mix by calling our 800-number from your cell phone and Occupy the Airwaves with us!
Join us from 12pm-1pm in Storke Plaza and bring a radio and portable phone if you can. We need you to add your voice to this participatory, community art project. Make your own media!
That's Friday November 4th from 12-1 at Storke Plaza.
Come early to grab a good spot!
KCSB 91.9 FM presents Neighborhood Public Radio, in collaboration with Free Karate of Albuquerque, New Mexico, the communities of UC Santa Barbara & beyond!
Picnic Revolution is part of the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum's Wireless art exhibition honoring KCSB's 50 Years of People-Powered Radio.
CAF’s exhibition Wireless is a collaboration between KCSB 91.9 FM, New Noise Music Foundation, and Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum on the occasion of KCSB’s 50th anniversary and the New Noise Digital Music Conference & Festival 2011. Visit sbcaf.org, kcsb.org, and newnoisesb.com for more information.
Image: Neighborhood Public Radio,
, 2011, Site-specific performance MOCA, Los Angeles , CA. Photo: Mark Woodworth