L'étranger broadcasts live every possible Tuesday 21h00- 22h00 (CET) on Radio Panik 105.4FM. A relational outburst.
Scrambling radio art/art of radio, social imaginary significations, occulture cries & whispers, collective fictional space, fluxional artcore, post-economic music, queer diasporas …
'Revolution4', a one-hour mix for Radio Panik by artist Alan Dunn, fusing 'Artists' uses of the word revolution' (Dunn, 2009) with 'Adventures in numb4rland'(Dunn, 2012).
Bio: Alan Dunn was born in Glasgow in 1967 and studied at Glasgow School of Art and The Art Institute of Chicago. In 1991 he gained international coverage for his self-initiated Bellgrove Billboard Project, presenting 17 new hand-painted posterworks to an audience of 440,000 people at an east end railway station. From 2001- 2007 he was lead artist on the ground-breaking Internet TV project tenantspin and he currently lectures in Contemporary Art Practices at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK. He has developed collaborative content with Philip Jeck, Mike McCartney, Fiona Banner, James Kelman, Foreign Investment, The Big Issue Magazine, Will Self and BBC Radio 3.
The mix is from a series of CD compilations released under the umbrella of 67projects, a Liverpool-Leeds based artists’ group chaired by Alan Dunn. The audio branch, cantaudio, is a project with international collaborators, including Leeds Metropolitan University