Past Residencies  
 


Nigel Helyer
KelleRadioActive
October - November , 2005



 
       
 
     

(Australia)

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An “audio-portrait” woven from the oral history of the residents of Kellerberrin WA, capturing community experiences of listening to the radio, is the latest exhibition by Nigel Helyer, presented by IASKA, the International Art Space Kellerberrin Australia.

The history of broadcast media and communications technology has developed at an alarming pace in the last century and it is easy to forget the central role that radio has played in Australian communities as a form of entertainment, and as a vital communication link.

Resident artist, and internationally renowned Australian sound/ sculptural artist, Nigel Helyer, will broadcast within the gallery and main street, KelleRadioActive, Kellerberrin’s short term radio station, consisting of a rich tapestry of stories, memories, sing-a-longs, radio serials and radio histories collected from, and created by, the locals during his stay in Kellerberrin.

The gallery exhibition, held in the IASKA Kellerberrin gallery, will showcase donated and defunct radios adapted to broadcast the oral histories gathered by Nigel. A low power FM radio will broadcast (under legal requirements), KelleRadioActive to the township and to passers by in vehicles.

Coming soon Midnight Cries, the radio drama produced by Kellerberrin District High School middle school for the EPIC program.

 

  Long Distance Relationship : Regina Walter & Raquel Ormella : Claire Conroy (page1, page2) : Neville Gabie (page1, page2) : Gregory Pryor : Bennett Miller : Nigel Helyer : Juliane Stiegele : PVI Collective : Gerson Bettencourt Ferreira : Christina Abad : Lucas Ihein : Kirsten Bradley : Bruce Slatter : Hüseyin Bahri Alptekin : Noah Shilkin & ReBecca Miller : Raquel Ormella : Ian Birse & Laura Kavanaugh : Tom Nicholson : Hayden Fowler : Wilkins Hill : Anna Nazzari : Matthew Hunt : Izabela Pluta : Sean Cordeiro & Claire Healy : nat&ali : James Lynch : Andrew McQualter : Andreas Kaiser : Moon Joo : Simon Levin/ Laurie Long : Jenny Watson : Bibo : Lotte Konow Lund : Roland Boden : Gillian Dyson : Shigeaki Iwai : Louise Paramor : Trevor Richards : Miriam Stannage : Umberto Cavenago : Alex Spremberg : Markus Mußinghoff : Robert Frith : Heinrich Lüber : Kate Daw : Virginia Ward : Berndt Höppner : Salvatore Falci : Matthew Ngui