CIVLab Radio Show

Tactical social space CIVLab generated a modest amount of information pertaining to self-­sustainability, autonomous disaster mitigation, and anti-­authoritarian theories relevant in defending ecology from industrial apocalypse. These data were accumulated during the series of laboratory activities participated by various groups and individuals who are categorically practicing/researching the said topics. The author of CIVLab considers these as forms that imply Joseph Beuys’ Social Sculpture. As a social sculpture the author would like to redistribute these forms as a strategy to prevent these ideas from being inert.

CIVLab will utilize the platform of lo-­fi FM radio as a medium to redistribute these forms in the immediate communities that is within reach of transmission. This is the task of CIVLab Radio Show. However, the radio show does not only mechanically function as a distributor of information but rather to instigate an environment for creating a public opinion. Thus, it is a unit that reproduces autonomous convivial sites.

CIVLab Radio Show is hosted by RadyoITIM FM – an anti-­authoritarian radio project initiated by grassroots media activists/artists who aim to engage everyone, including anti-­authoritarian communities, in dialogues not limited to media transfigurations, new commons, multiple-­views on anarchism, anti-­authoritarian research/design, art/anti-­art and or socio-ecological issues that affect us today.

A low power transmitter owned by WSK.FM – a radio project initiated by local media artists, powers RadyoITIM FM.

First Day
31 March 2014

1st Day of CIVLab Radio Show with Bas Umali on Autonomous Direct Response: Post-Yolanda (Haiyan) Disaster Response. CIVLab Radio Show is a program by pirate radio RadyoITIM 107.9 FM. This pirate radio broadcast is an element of an installation piece entitled “Dystopic Future Memory” – an undergraduate thesis at Studio Arts Department, U.P. College of Fine Arts. This pirate broadcast is powered by WSK.FM

2nd Day
1 April 2014

2nd Day of CIVLab Radio Show with Melissa Gibson on Solidarity Economy: The Case of Bantayan Back to Sea Project. CIVLab Radio Show is a program by pirate radio RadyoITIM 107.9 FM. This pirate radio broadcast is an element of an installation piece entitled “Dystopic Future Memory” – an undergraduate thesis at Studio Arts Department, U.P. College of Fine Arts. This pirate broadcast is powered by WSK.FM.

3rd Day
2 April 2014

3rd Day of CIVLab Radio Show with Randy Nobleza on Post Apocalypse: The Case of Marinduque Mining and Tourism. CIVLab Radio Show is a program by pirate radio RadyoITIM 107.9 FM. This pirate radio broadcast is an element of an installation piece entitled “Dystopic Future Memory” – an undergraduate thesis at Studio Arts Department, U.P. College of Fine Arts. This pirate broadcast is powered by WSK.FM.

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