Scarcity Radio workshop 3 – ham radio with Geoffrey Roberts

spectrum allocation / CB radio / ham radio / Morse code / crystal sets / new and old technologies /

About Sarah Browne

Sarah Browne‘s research-based art practice explores our understanding of ‘the economy’, particularly its moral, irrational and ritualistic workings, as the dominant metaphor for contemporary social and political relations. She is interested in forms of non-market exchange and communication such as gift economies, subsistence, subsidies and poaching, and the creation or documentation of intentional economies and temporary ‘communities’.
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One Response to Scarcity Radio workshop 3 – ham radio with Geoffrey Roberts

  1. Carin Haupt says:

    Chinese dry-cured hams have been recorded in texts since before the Song dynasty and used in myriad dishes. Several types exist in Qing dynasty cuisine and are used in dishes of stewing hams.