about using radios....
The following is an edited excerpt from an email correspondence between
myself and Emma Houlihan, the curator of the Galway show City of
are of interest to me for a few reasons.
First, if you have a radio, whatever that is being broadcasted is
also totally accessible and free.
Second, provided you have a way of powering it, a radio can receive
stations that can reflect the local, national, and international cultures
that are thriving at that present moment. The frequencies are not
necessarily owned by one entity between locations. Conceivably, I
can listen to a classic rock radio station in San Francisco at FM
101.7 and then hop a plane to Galway and listen to a hip hop station
on the same Frequency (of course, this is a assumption, i don' t know
what's on 101.7 in galway). The appeal of commuting these radios is
founded on this simple function
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