A "workshop for radiophonic creation", the Atelier de creation radiophonique (ACR) has been broadcast as a weekly program on Radio France since 1969. For over thirty years, under the Directorship of Rene Farabet, this pioneering space has been dedicated to the exploration of the medium. Proposed as a creative construction site, this "event-space" (born of May 68) aimed not to produce works (oeuvres) but sketches - an itinerary proposing a new kind of radio listening experience. As one of radio's key sites for invention and research (internationally) it has sounded out an alternative imaginary for radio, refusing categorisation, opening forms, bridging past to future.
|Title of host publication||Radio in the world|
|Subtitle of host publication||papers from the 2005 Melbourne Radio Conference|
|Editors||Sianan Healy, David Goodman, Bruce Berryman|
|Place of Publication||Melbourne|
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
|Event||Radio in the World (2005) - Melbourne|
Duration: 11 Jul 2005 → 14 Jul 2005
|Conference||Radio in the World (2005)|
|Period||11/07/05 → 14/07/05|
Madsen, V. (2005). The Atelier de creation radiophonique: propositions for an expanded radio imaginary. In S. Healy, D. Goodman, & B. Berryman (Eds.), Radio in the world: papers from the 2005 Melbourne Radio Conference (pp. 471-481). Melbourne: RMIT Publishing.