RADIO Espacio Estacion ( is a mobile, multilingual, online radio channel broadcasting conversations about mobility and movement while on the move. It is led by a collective of artists, graphic designers, writers, and curators including Sebastian Bellver, Stephanie Sherman, Agustina Woodgate, and Hernan Woodgate. RadioEE hosts broadcasts events three times a year from different locations; each focusing on a different mobility-related theme, and involving partnerships with local radio stations to co-broadcast.  Past broadcasts have addressed such issues as water and global climate change from the deck of a boat navigating the Miami River and South Florida canals to a conversation about public space from a motor powered 10-person bicycle. With each broadcast event RadioEE creates  a temporary channel for dialogue, music, storytelling and sonic experiments. Transmissions interweave at least two languages, and connect local participants and communities with an ever-growing audience of 4000+ global listeners and collaborators.

About Participants

Agustina Woodgate (host, lead program developer) is an Argentinian-born artist currently based in Miami, Florida. Her work investigates the ways in which the poetic-politics of infrastructure organize public and private space. She recently participated in the 2016 Berlin Biennale, the Biennale of the Americas in Denver and is represented by Spinello Projects in Miami and Barro Gallery in Argentina. Stephanie Sherman (co-host, lead platform strategist) is a New Orleans born, London-based producer, public curator, writer and design strategist. She is completing a Phd in Art & Design focused on time and transit at UC San Diego with architect Teddy Cruz and design theorist Benjamin Bratton. Sebastian Bellver (audio + graphic design) is an Argentinian-born, Miami-based audio and graphic designer who has worked with global creative and corporate clients. Hernan Woodgate (mobility manager + technician) is an Argentinian-based creative technician and operations manager with a penchant for psychogeography and logistics.