Semaphore, Mapping the Acoustic Space of Radio Communications, September
13-26, 2004. Dunkerque, France: Collaborative Semaphore: staking
out spectrum and frequencies on the port. Tuning into local Channel
customs, passenger and cargo traffic. Radar & sonar audio-visualisations.
Adam Hyde was born in New Zealand and lives in London, UK. He is
a musician, developer and format artist working at the convergence
of broadcasting and Internet technologies. He is one of the co-founders
of r a d i o q u a l i a <http://www.radioqualia.net>, an
artistic collaboration with Honor Harger. Adam has a background
in television and radio in New Zealand, where he founded the b.net
radio network and Static Television, New Zealand's first community
television station. He relocated in Europe in 1999, and worked as
a producer and manager at the internet service provider, XS4ALL
in Amsterdam between 1999 - 2003. Whilst in Amsterdam, he co-founded
HelpB92 and Open Channels for Kosovo, which assisted independent
media in the former Yugoslavia. He was also the initiator of Net
Congestion: the International Festival of Streaming Media, held
in Amsterdam in October 2000, and a co-founder of the Open Source
Streaming Alliance, an initiative that has established several internationally
distributed, streaming media servers for arts and cultural use.
He has taught new media at the University of Amsterdam, and other
institutes, and has recently been working with the Walker Art Center
in the USA.