BROADCASTING. Radiophrenia (Scotland)

will be broadcast by RADIOPHRENIA
Online and 24/7 across Glasgow on 87.9FM
Midnight August 29th, 2016 — Midnight September 11th, 2016

AR2529 Flare

Radiophrenia is a temporary art radio station – a two-week exploration into current trends in sound and transmission arts. Broadcasting live from Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts, the station aims to promote radio as an art form, encouraging challenging and radical new approaches to the medium. The broadcast schedule will include a series of 14 newly commissioned radio works, live shows, pre-recorded features and 12 Live-to-Air performances. The majority of the programme will be made up from selections submitted to an international open call for sound art and radio works. The station is managed by Mark Vernon and Barry Burns and is funded by a Creative Scotland Quality Production Award with additional support from CCA Glasgow.

The Sky-Heart

© Eva Wollenberg

LISTEN. Belladrum festival (Scotland)


Near Inverness, Scotland
Lights Out Listening Group events
Friday 5th August (9pm) and Saturday 6th (evening)


THE SKY-HEART will open a series of « Superstition » themed listening events taking place ‘in the dark’, in the Temple building nestled amongst a secluded woodland knoll on the festival site.


PUBLICATION. ÉQUINOXE, Scène nationale de Châteauroux (France)

This photograph of mine appears in the 2016-2017 program
of ÉQUINOXE, Scène nationale de Châteauroux,
to present the theater company “Le Théâtre des trois Parques“.

Théâtre des Trois Parques

Equinoxe 1

Equinoxe 2

© Eva Wollenberg

LISTEN. Lights Out Listening Group (Scotland)

A unique listening experience in almost complete darkness


Discover AR 2529 FLARE
4th May 2016, at 7.30pm
The Old Hairdresser’s, Opposite Stereo Renfield Lane, Glasgow, G2 6PH


SCREENING. List í Ljósi outdoor festival (Iceland)

List í Ljósi outdoor festival
Seyðisfjörður (Eastern Iceland)
Screening of NOCTURNAL
February 20th 2016
8pm – Midnight


A celebration of light art in a fjord town and international creative haven, it marks the day the sun appears after 3 months during which it doesn’t reach above the mountains. Curated artworks by international and local artists, ranging from installations, projections and performances to large-scale immersive experiences with light up Seyðisfjörður.

Iceland satellite