“Electromagnetic Dreams: New Zealand Artists in Radio Space”
From The Aotearoa Digital Arts Reader, ed. Brennan and Ballard, 2008.

A satellite dish and a barbed wire fence.

Zita Joyce examines the work of New Zealand artists attempting to “find human meaning” in radio space. The artists discussed by Joyce not only give form to the invisible and inaudible radio waves that flow around our bodies constantly, but also produce work that emphasises the broader political and social implications of radio transmission.

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