Pocket Sized Radio Transmitter for Installation and Performance
Get started with radio art by learning how to make a battery powered radio transmitter for use in sound installations and performances. Simplify installations with wireless connectivity, or experiment with the sounds of radio interference.
In this workshop we will utilize soldering and circuitry skills to build a miniature radio transmitter modeled after the famous schematic of radio artist and theorist Tetsuo Kogawa. You will be provided with all of the necessary components, and you will leave with a radio transmitter capable of sending transmissions from either a microphone or an audio playing device.
Date: Tuesday July 4
Annual Studio or Workshop Pass Discount: $45 (+ Material Fee: $20)
Regular Price: $60 (+ Material Fee: $20)
What, if any, prerequisite knowledge should students have? Some soldering experience is required for this workshop.
About the Instructor: Christopher Jung is an installation artist, painter, and musician who has recently completed his Masters of Applied Arts at Emily Carr University of Art + Design. He has exhibited artwork at the GAM Gallery (2012) and filmed documentary of the Opening Doors project for the Aboriginal door-carving exhibition at the Roundhouse Gallery (2015) in Vancouver. Jung’s research includes improvised music, analog electronics, wave physics, and video. His work revolves around painting with unusual mediums, filming interesting people and building engaging interactive spaces.
Questions? If you have any questions about the workshop or special requirements, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancellation and Rescheduling Policy: We are unable to accommodate attendee cancellations or refunds less than 1 week prior to a workshop or event. InterAccess reserves the right to cancel or reschedule this workshop if necessary.