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From the Archives: Radio Art

Radio Art has for a long time been a constant field or work for me. Radio art means that transmission through radio waves in the realm of public radio were part of the concept of all these pieces. Most of

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From the Archives: Nerve Theory

Nerve Theory is the collaborative identity of Vienna-based composer and sound artist Bernhard Loibner and Tom Sherman, a pioneering video artist, writer and professor for at Syracuse Univeristy (NY, USA). Loibner and Sherman began performing and recording together in 1993.

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Fooling the Foley

Fooling the Foley

Fooling the Foley is a radio parody on the art of sound for cinema by Joao Castro Pinto and Bernhard Loibner for Kunstradio-Radiokunst at the austrian public radio ORF. The live radio performance took place on December 16, 2012 at

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Beyond Radio – Über das Radio hinaus

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Bernhard Loibner & Tom Sherman aka Nerve Theory are participating in the Exhibition Über das Radio hinaus (Beyond Radio) – 25 Jahre Kunstradio-Radiokunst at the Research Centre for Artists’ Publications, Weserburg Museum for Modern Art, Bremen, Germany. The exhibition is

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Loibner & Bruckmayr recorded live @ Art’s Birthday 2012

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Here is an excerpt of the recording of a gloriously improvised piece which Didi Bruckmayr (voice) and myself (voice processing & electronics) performed live at Kunstradio’s Art’s Birthday party at the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation in Vienna last January. Check it

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Portraying the Spectra of Toys

Portraying the Spectra of Toys was a live sound performance by Bernhard Loibner (laptop + midi ctrl) and João Castro Pinto (laptop + midi ctrl) realized in April 2010. The piece was broadcast live on Kunstradio – Radiokunst, a weekly

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