Abinadi Meza

Ghost Station

Ghost Station is a nomadic hacking and haunting of Baltimores airwaves where urban field recordings are re-broadcast as clandestine FM radio transmissions.

Ghost Station is a nomadic hacking and haunting of Baltimore’s airwaves where urban field recordings are re-broadcast as clandestine FM radio transmissions. Ghost Station was exhibited as a 5 channel radio and video installation at the Maryland Institute College of Art in February, 2014, curated by Bryan Hempel, with catalogue essay by Michael R. Griffiths. The essay was published in an extended version, along with video stills, in the print edition of Infinity’s Kitchen 7.

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