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lumbung Radio is an inter-local online community radio part of documenta fifteen. It’s an open online broadcast that comprises of an inter-local network of distinct radios and audio practices. It operates in no specific time zones, and streams multiple languages, music, and art. Each participating radio station depends on its own means of production, way of thinking, learning, and sharing. lumbung Radio operates as a decentralized network of nodes that uses internet without its hegemonic agency. The intention is producing an audiophonic common space built on the multiplication of the existing practices of its contributors.

/ Lumbung Radio / Station of Commons / 2022/

/ Lumbung Radio for documenta15 coordinated by Station of Commons /

lumbung radio participants

RURUradio, Jakarta, Indonesia

The Nifty Radio, Bogor, Indonesia

Arts Collaboratory Radio, coordinated by Radio Tropiezo, Mexico-City, Mexico, lumbung artist

Centre d’art Waza, Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, lumbung artist

Radio AlHara, Bethlehem, Palestine

LE 18, Marrakech, Marocco, lumbung artist

Amol K Patil, lumbung artist

Party Office b2b Fadescha , hosted by artist-curator Vidisha-Fadescha, New Delhi, India, lumbung artist

ook_visitorZentrum / reinaart vanhoe, lumbung artist

FSSN / Fondation Festival sur le Niger, Niger

Old Boys Network (OBN) Archive, Berlin, Germany

Freies Radio Kassel, Kassel, Germany

Kollektiv Eigenklang, Kassel, Germany

Cashmere Radio, Berlin, Germany

Shared Frequencies Radio, Austin, Texas, USA

Force inc. / mille plateaux , NON / ‘O’ /, Graz, Austria & Frankfurt, Germany

Radio Art Zone, Esch/Alzette, Luxembourg

Fugitive Radio, Helsinki, Finland & Berlin, Germany

Radio Nopal, Mexico city, Mexico

Via de acceso, Mexico

Station of Commons invites Helsinki-based artists to release their sound archives or new material: Samuli Tanner and Heta Bilaletdin, MYÖS DJ collective, Kiilan Äänipäivät, among others to be announced.


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