a sound and media artist who’s practice combines radio productions, on-line publications, teaching and training and public audio-media projects under the umbrella of radio continental drift; she established a mobile skills training and audio media literacy programme “I & EAR” based on a methodology of listening, and has been developing and facilitating collaborative audio radio projects which join skills-training, oral history methods and the creative use of ICTs through collective productions, such as the NO-GO ZONES project in South London (2007/08) and the DURBAN SINGS audio media & oral history project (2009/10). project blog
current project 2012-2014
Academic affiliations, Visiting Scholar at the Centre for Civil Society UKZN (2008-2010); Associate member of Transnational Arts Identity and Nation (TrAIN) Research at the University of the Arts London (UAL); multi-media advisor & trainer at Market Photo Workshop Johannesburg.
Radio/ productions with WDR3 Studio for Acoustic Arts (G); ORF/ Kunstradio (A); Monitor Swedish Radio; Resonance fm, open-air Radio SOAS, Audio Arts and CRISAP (UK); Radia; Cjam (CA); YLE radio1 and Laehradio (Fin); SAfm (RSA); gruenrekorder, Vibro/ Double Entendre, Collectif MU European Sound Delta (F).
FREEWAY MAINSTREAM (WDR3, 2012),
"Kolonialwarenladen" (ORF, 2011)
LONG WALK radio drama (WDR3, 2009); re-broadcast (ORF 2010)
DURBAN SINGS rough radio mix (gruenrekorder, 2010)
In The Field, 2013
Global Voices, 2010
Waves of Change, 2010
Christo Doherty at Joburg Radio Days 2011
interviews with Claudia Wegener:
about DURBAN SINGS (SAfm, 2009)
about LONG WALK (SAfm, 2005)