Radio Corax and Radio Papular Prague
Radio Revolts 1: Meeting of Czech and German radio activists for the foundation of a Free Radio Prague
Autumn 1917, radio was hardly known at that time, radio technology was serving the secret transmission of military messages. Nevertheless, the Russian revolutionaries already planned to establish a radio station. But this plan was not realized. Reason enough to return to this plan, in the city where the bolchevik movement made its official start, 100 years later.
(English and Czech, 90 Min, stage 3)
Radio Corax is Germany’s largest free radiostation and is located in Halle (Saale). In 2016, the Corax team organized the festival Radio Revolts together with international radio activists, the first global meeting of radio artists worldwide.
Radio Papular is the name of a temporary radio project initiated on the occasion of #LutherLenin by the radio artists and activists Miloš Vojtěchovský and Michal Kindernay from Prague.
Team Radio Corax:
Lukas Hohlfeld, artist and radio activist from Weimar and Halle, Tina Klatte, cultural researcher and radio producer from Halle, and Theresa Ehrenberg, artist and radio activist from Halle and Berlin, prepare radiorevolutionary contents and make the program together with the Czech radio activists. Marold Langer-Philippsen, radio artist and theatre director, is responsible for the mobile radio situations outside the theatre. Ralf Wendt, applied linguist, radio activist and performance artist, works on concept and direction.
Team Radio Papular:
Radiounit of Sonicity (Miloš Vojtěchovský, media artist, curator, author and professor at Academy of Performing Arts (AMU) Prague, Michal Kindernay, media artist and teacher at AMU, and their students from AMU) will compose and perform a 12 hours programm of immersive radio in the zone between Dukelských hrdinů and Bubny Railway Station.