Howling luggage belt, Heathrow, London 2014
Jan Jelinek: Luggage belt, 2014
Fake environments (versions of tropical rainforest). The artificial field recordings were produced for the radio piece Dialoge zur Anthropologie (2013).
Jan Jelinek: Dialoge zur Anthropologie (excerpt / sketch)
Hot springs, Beppu, Japan 2014
Jan Jelinek: Hot spring, 2014
Masayoshi Fujita & Jan Jelinek - live at Letratone Festival, Radialsystem - April 12th 2014, Berlin (excerpts)
Faitiche presents the ninth audio collage of field recordings and favorite tracks.
Jan Jelinek: Do you know Japanese Music?, 2014
Andrew Pekler & Jan Jelinek play Ursula Bogner, Metro - July 6th 2014, Kyoto (excerpt).
Bayerischer Runfunk (BR2) broadcasts Dialoge zur Anthropologie, a radio play by Jan Jelinek, on May 2nd 2014. Please click here for more information.
Südwestrundfunk (SWR2) presents a new radio play by Jan Jelinek: Das Scheitern der bemannten Raumfahrt. First broadcast is on May 6th 2014 - the play will be also as download available. More information here.
Jan Jelinek: Das Scheitern der bemannten Raumfahrt (2nd excerpt), 2014
Water meter at Plaza Independencia, Montevideo, Uruguay 2013
Jan Jelinek: Plaza Independencia, 2013
Jan Jelinek: Die Symmetrie aus Sicht der Gastronomie (Installation)
The Exposures: Collage Of Digital Passion (2002), Eastern Development 2005. Excerpt from the original linernotes:
"Originally intended to serve as a trailer soundtrack for the science programme Abenteuer Forschung (adventure research) to highlight the programme’s special edition on ‚sexuality and romance in digital postmodernism’ the entire composition is based on a collage of countless of ‘love’ samples, all taken from the R’n’B genre. (...)"
The Exposures: Collage of digital passion, 2002
Das Scheitern der bemannten Raumfahrt - a radio play by Jan Jelinek (composition & realisation), Language: German. Premier: May 6th 2014, 11.03 PM on SWR. The radio play reconstructs the first Biosphere 2 experiment, for which an artificial ecological system was sealed for two years with a team of eight researches living inside. The experiment failed because of technical and social problems.
Jan Jelinek: Das Scheitern der bemannten Raumfahrt (excerpt), 2014