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Dear all and dear Open Call Artists,

(Übersetzung folgt) there have been rumours and yes, it is true: There will be two Kaamos shows and they will be not be identical :)
Here comes a program sketch for both days. As this is all quite in the making. Changes might occur.
Kaamos Radio can be heard on:
https://datscharadio.de and: openradio/live.in
But here we go… already with some sounds!

February 13-14 The NIGHT Broadcast

Jingles spoken by (this is for both events):

  • Kari Soinio
  • Leevi Tuominen
  • Sophea Lerner

Guests in the studio:

  • Anita Hannunen – Serlachius Museum
  • Kari Soinio – artist in residence
  • Tixa Juka – feeling dealer
  • Tyyra Juka – mushroom expert
  • Matti Kivilahti + 1 (or 2) – poet, teacher and priest

Night Stream Special:

Aelita by Marold Langer-Philippsen

Composers and Contributors:

  • Brainquake
  • Elmo Holopainen
  • Felipe Otondo
  • Jaana Korhonen
  • Jane Foley / Warlock Fulltime
  • Kate Donovan
  • Michael Begg
  • Konrad Behr / Rundfunkorchester Weimar
  • La Claud
  • Sebastien Pafundo
  • Stories in Colour
  • Tom Miller
  • Trihn Lo
  • Vernon & Burns

February 20 The Day Broadcast

A focus is put on shows and recording made by and with the local people of Mänttä/Vilppula and Ruovesi.
Also, a special on Karelian lament songs – with artist Krisi Poutanen – is in preparation.

Guests (so far): Mika Tepponen – Merikanto -Opisto; Anita Gratzer, artist in residence; Tomi Voronin (Poet Society Mänttä-Vilppula)

Evening Stream Special from 7pm to midnight:

Aelita (2nd part of the journey) by Marold Langer-Philippsen

Composers and contributors

  • Björn Eriksson (and sound art class: Cecilia Enberg, Anna Lindkvist, Amanda Nowèn, Lisa W. Carlson, Louise Ölund, Karl Åberg )
  • Blanc Sceol, in collaboration with Charlotte Wendy Law and James Worse
  • Eliot Hernandez
  • Nate_Live_Drum
  • Joan Schuman
  • Jaana Korhonen
  • Joost van Duppen
  • Kirsimaria Törönen
  • David Rothenberg and Ilgın Deniz Akseloğlu 
  • Duncan Chapman
  • Leon Crowes
  • Pink Twins
  • Ricardo de Armas
  • Silo Portem
  • Stelios Giannoulakis
  • Steve Bates
  • Steve Transcoder
  • Ursula Rogg
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Kaamos Radio. A radiophonic journey into the (sub)arctic winter

Kuunvalo nukahti ja tähdet katosivat taivaalta. Ja maa hengitti hiljaa lumen alla.

The moonlight fell asleep and the stars disappeared from the sky. And the earth breathed quietly under the snow.

KAAMOS RADIO: An invitation
The term ‘Kaamos’ refers to the lightless period of the year (above the 60th latitude) when the sun lingers below the horizon. Kaamos is the time of darkness, of stillness and quietude and of the arctic light, a time of storytelling, contemplation and of taking a rest. A Sami legend tells us of the ‘Nest days’, because it was believed that the sun rests like an egg in its nest during that time. ‘Kaamos’ also stands for a mental state that is difficult to endure and is also used synonymously for winter depression in Finnish culture.

LOCATION
The town of Mäntää-Vilppula is located approximatly 180 km northeast of Tampere, on the shores of Lake Melasjärvi. It is surrounded by a sparsely populated landscape made up of forests, lakes and rivers. Temperatures in January and February go from – 20 to -2 degrees Celsius. Northern lights occur at times.  

KAAMOS RADIO will track both the phenomenon and variations of its inner states. Please share with us:

  • your theme specific compositions
  • favourite winter-time stories
  • poems and spoken word
  • recordings and investigations

Please send your files via wetransfer to kaamos@datscharadio.de.
Please provide two or three lines each about the piece and yourself including a website, if possible. Please put Kaamos Radio Contribution as a subject line.

LIVE STREAM
As the project is still in its planning stage, the final dates need to be confirmed yet. Scheduled are

  • Saturday, February 13, 2021
  • Saturday, February 20, 2021

The length of the broadcasts is between 2 and 6 hours on the respective days.

DEADLINE
Please submit your audio piece until the 3rd of February 2021

KAAMOS RADIO is a temporary radio art project located at the residency studios of the Serlachius Museum in Mänttä/Central Finland. It is initiated and maintained by the Berlin sound artist and performer Gabi Schaffner, in cooperation with Sophea Lerner (Open Radio, Helsinki), Marold Langer-Philippsen (radiolada, Bratislava) and aporee.org (Berlin)

SCHEDULE
The program will grow with the flow of the events. There is no fixed time schedule. You’ll find a list of all participating artists on the datscharadio website in due time.

COPYRIGHTS
Kaamos Radio is a non-commercial art and culture project. The copyright for all submitted files remains with the artists. The legal model is the Creative Commons License (see http://creativecommons.org/learn/licenses).

KAAMOS RADIO CAN BE HEARD ON

  • datscharadio.de
  • in collaboration with other radio stations and projects (if interested, please, let me know)

CONTACT
kaamos@datscharadio.de
www.datscharadio.de

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Der sechste Tag

Foto: Marold Langer-Phillipsen: Datscha-Radio@Ibis-Lounge, Dresden

Nein, es ist nicht so, dass unser Datscha-Radio nun plötzlich umgezogen ist, doch heute nacht sendeten wir eine Stunde via Marold Langer-Philippsens unvorhergesehenen Aufenthaltsort in Dresden. Dort blieb der Künstler (Autobahnprobleme) in einem Ibis Hotel hängen und sendete seine Show straight aus der dortigen Kantine: ORACULUM CYRILLI. Dies geschah zwischen 21 and 22 Uhr.

Der Tag  begann mit der Ankunft eines TV-Teams vom WDR, um einige Szenen für die Sendung “Ratgeber Technik” zu schießen. Datscha-Radio sollte erklären, wie Web-Radio funktioniert… naja, taten wir dann auch. Mark Matthes spielte noch mal Violine unter dem rosenlosen Rosenbogen und begab sich dann auf seinen Heimweg nach Leipzig. Um 14 Uhr kam die Imkerin für Stadtbienen, Erika Mayr, ins Studio und wir sprachen über Bienen und verwandte Themen, sehr schön jeweils untermalt mit passenden Bienenmusiken… und einem Glas Honig selbstverständlich. Im Zuge des Nachmittags kamen weitere großartige Shows an die Reihe: Eine mit Martin Howse von Mycelium Radio über Tellurische Substrate, die nächste mit der Sängerin und Harfenistin Joulia Strauss. Das Wetter war ein Traum. Eltern, Brüder, Gäste und Freunde fanden sich ein. Spezieller Überraschungsgast war Werner Gutmann, der in außerordentlich großzügiger Weise unser Datscha-Radio-Kontingent an Bier, Wein und Brot aufstockte. Vielen Dank!
Später, in der Nacht, öffneten im Garten Peter Ihlenfelds zwei weitere königliche Blüten ihre  Kelche. Diesmal rochen sie nach Schokolade.

 

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