The Dark Outside FM 2014

              

A 24 hour Radio Broadcast of Unheard Sound

Noon 27th September - Noon 28th September 2014

Galloway Forest Dark Skies Park. Murrays Monument, A712, Dumfries and Galloway 

A massive thanks to everyone who came to Sanctuary (www.sanctuarylab.org) and The Dark Outside FM, and to all the artists who contributed so generously. A great 24 hours!

Images HERE

Sound artist Frenchbloke, curates 24 hours of previously unheard music donated exclusively for this project by musicians and producers from all over the world. The site-specific transmission will be of specially composed work, forgotten recordings and alternate versions of existing work, none of which have been heard in public before. These sound works will be on air for the duration of the broadcast, then deleted. They may never be heard again. 

Listen in your car, or on a portable radio. Visit The Dark Outside HQ at the top of Murray's Monument for a friendly chat, a comfy sofa and a fantastic view, then sit back, relax and hear the transmission at The Dark Star Lounge deep in the Forest.


The Dark Outside FM is part of Sancuary 2014 - A site specific art event.  Sanctuary is a creative space for experiments in sound, light and space, located in the stunning landscape of the Galloway Dark Skies Park. www.sanctuarylab.org

To contribute sound:  Send links to frenchbloke@gmail.com. Also see :  http://www.thedarkoutside.tumblr.com

Sanctuary is a collaboration between artists Stuart McLean, Robbie Coleman and Jo Hodges and produced in collaboration with WIDE OPEN

For info on The Dark Outside 2013 click HERE

Sanctuary 2014 Programme...

'Enclosure' Large scale light installation 

'The Dark Outside'  Lecture by Innes Smith, Vice President of the Scottish Society for Psychical Research - 9pm

Experimental sound and visual works from:

:Zoviet*france - Newcastle

Ruaridh Law and Dave Fyans  - Glasgow

Unicorn Diagragm - London

Rupert Lally and Espen J Jörgensen - Norway

Visit the Rosnes Benches at Mc Moab. Info HERE 

See full programme : HERE

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