Artist Melissa Appleton and architectural practice Post-Works have created a temporary radio station inspired by a 1922 Essex radio station, 2EmmaToc, which broadcast from an ex-army hut and is regarded as the birth of British broadcasting. The modern-day version will transmit a series of live broadcasts by artists, writers, musicians and scientists from a structure taking its form from the original, but also from agricultural vernaculars from the local area. A live public event takes place on Sep 15 – see the website for transport details from London.
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