The Radyo Shak project is a collaborative community radio station created by Richard Fleming and Clocktower.org for the 4th Ghetto Biennale in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in December of 2015. The project was awarded 2nd prize at the Biennale final congress. Based in a 64 square foot plywood shack designed by British artist/architect Joe Winter, the Shak became a hub for local and visiting Biennale artists alike. With Clocktower.org’s Jake Nussbaum, I captured interviews with artists in both English and kreyol, collected neighborhood recipes, hosted local deejays, rappers and slam poets, and recorded and broadcast everything from vodou ceremonies, the sounds of the surrounding streets, drumming sessions, Rara bands and string quartets. Live to the Grand Rue neighborhood of Port-au-Prince via pirate transmission on FM 89.1, Radyo Shak’s many offerings are available on demand to the internet at Clocktower.org. My participation was made possible thanks to the generous support of Owsley Brown Presents.