A window on Fukushima, 311/2013

A public radio broadcasting
Maison Laurentine (France) and Fukushima Kitchen Garden (Japan)
hosted and curated by Dominique Balaÿ and Koji Nagahata
2013 March 11

march 10 , starting 3:00 pm
march 11 , starting 10:00 am (french time)

[audio:http://91.121.133.19:8000/synradio.mp3]

Full program here
Podcast here

In May 2012, Japan had no nuclear plants in operation. 100% of the park was shut down in a country that drew more than 30% of its energy from this production and before March 11 was developing a highly proactive nuclear policy.
This new situation (which was neither a referendum issue nor a political decision) has attracted a great hope to those who want a radical transformation of energy policy and a paradigm shift in the conduct of public affairs.
A window was open and the radio project « Meanwhile in Fukushima …  » was born in an attempt to capture and express that hope.
Today this window is largely closed.
But many people are still working to maintain this hope of May, and the sound of their work continues to be perceptible if we pay attention and try to listen.
This radio program invites us to such a listening simultaneously at Maison Laurentine and at Fukushima Kitchen Garden, with the aim to promote long-term international interest in Fukushima.

Among the contributors of the public radio program: Eric Cordier, Julia Drouhin, Ayako Sato, Bruno Bernard, Thierry Charollais, Cats Hats Gowns (Guillaume Eymenier, Cédrick Eymenier, Yvan Duhamel, Mathias Rossignol), David Christoffel, Yoko Higashi, Richard Pinhas, Daniel Martin-Borret, Maïa Barouh, Rodolphe Alexis, Yasuaki Shimizu, Ryoko Sekiguchi, Aurelien Chouzenoux, Salvatore Puglia & Philippe « L’amiral » Poirier, Ezra Brass, projet Gunkanjima ( Gilles Laval, Yoko Higashi, Marc Siffert, Takumi Fukushima, Laurent Grappe, Yuko Oshima), Michiro Endo, N.Jacob + Otto v. Rhino + Keiji Katsuda, Jean Pierre Balpe, Emmanuel Mieville & Patrice Cazelles, Ulysse (Renaud Beaurepaire, Thomas Bernard, Grégoire Florent, Frédéric Fradet), Laurent Choquel, Masae Gimbayashi-Barbotte, Stéphane Balaÿ, Michel Titin-Schnaider, Claire Chalut, Thanato Twist with oleg’s Sound System, Mathieu Bec, Sylvia Monnier, Pascal Deleuze, Julien Blaine & ElFuego Fatuo (Clara de Asis, Laura Vazquez), Frédéric Mathevet, Masateru Kawakami, Philippe Petit, Cristian Vogel …

Practical infos
The radio program « A Window on Fukushima, 311/2013  » will be stream over partner websites of Maison Laurentine, the journal Droit de Cités and websynradio.

* To embed on your site webSYNradio stream (various broadcasting 24/7, including Fukushima program March 11):
http://91.121.133.19:8000/synradio.mp3

* To turn on the stream:
Rights cited: http://droitdecites.org/2013/01/31/11-mars-2013-une-fenetre-sur-fukushima/
websynradio: http://synradio.fr/une-fenetre-sur-fukushima-3112013/

* The podcast with separated files (to copy and paste into vlc / i tunes or any other reader of your choice):
http://91.121.133.19/sons/artistes/311/playlist_fukushima_311_websynradio-web.m3u

* The podcast single file (to download or copy and paste into vlc / i tunes or any other reader of your choice)
http://91.121.133.19/sons/artistes/311/playlist_fukushima_311_websynradio_MP3WRAP.mp3

Public broadcast at Maison Laurentine and at Fukushima Kitchen Garden.

Maison Laurentine
Contemporary Art center
15 rue du Moulin
52210 Aubepierre-sur-Aube – France

10:00 to 17:00 (local time in France)

Fukushima Kitchen Garden
Fukushima University’s satellite
Sakae machi 10-3, Fukushima city

18:00 to 21:00 (local time in Japan)

Free entrance

Links
This project is greatly supported by Faculty of Administration and Social Sciences (ADS), Fukushima University : http://www.ads.fukushima-u.ac.jp/
Website Maison Laurentine : http://www.laurentine.net/
Website Fukushima open sounds (project hosted by Dominique Balaÿ) : http://fukushima-open-sounds.net/
Website Fukushima soundscapes (project hosted by Koji Nagahata) : http://www.sss.fukushima-u.ac.jp/~nagahata/fsp_311/index-e.html


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