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April 7, 2020

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Amidst the current climate of uncertainty and social distancing, e-flux is continuing to create podcasts for you to enjoy, and hopefully, to feel more connected by way of listening. Today’s episode is a conversation between Elvia Wilk and artist Anicka Yi. Stay tuned for more episodes in the coming weeks, and as always feel free to access and hear all of our past episodes on e-fluxApple PodcastsSpotify, and Soundcloud.

Since the beginning of 2018, the e-flux podcast has broadcast close discussions and exchanges with some of the most engaging people working in the greater contemporary art universe today. Recent episodes include:

Anicka Yi on nonhuman ecologies and embodied machines
Writer and e-flux journal contributing editor Elvia Wilk and artist Anicka Yi discuss various changing global ecologies, viral and otherwise. Their original in-person conversation was planned on the occasion of Tate Modern’s selection of Yi for the annual Hyundai / Turbine Hall commission.

The role of ideology in institutions: iLiana Fokianaki and Laura Raicovich
Brian Kuan Wood speaks to iLiana Fokianaki and Laura Raicovich about ideology, power, and neutrality in relation to institutions. The conversation took place on the occasion of Rojava Film Commune: Forms of Freedom at e-flux, an exhibition curated by Fokianaki. 

The Wooster Group
Elizabeth LeCompte and Kate Valk of The Wooster Group, a New York City-based experimental theater company founded in 1975, speak with Peter Scott of Carriage Trade Gallery, on the occasion of the exhibition The Wooster Group at Carriage Trade Gallery, and the production A PINK CHAIR (in place of a fake antique) at NYU Skirball Center for Performing Arts.

Goldin+Senneby: Insurgency of Life
Live recording of Goldin+Senneby's talk at the opening of their exhibition, Insurgency of Life, at e-flux. Rather than exhibiting a collection of existing artworks, Goldin+Senneby drew on bodily experiences concerning living with an autoimmune condition—multiple sclerosis or MS—and what that has meant for their joint subjectivity. The exhibition was also a retrospective of an evolving network of collaborators and collaborations the artists’ work has always depended upon.

Leigh Claire La Berge on Wages Against Artwork
Andreas Petrossiants speaks with author Leigh Claire La Berge about Wages Against Artwork: Decommodified Labor and the Claims of Socially Engaged Art, published in November 2019 by Duke University Press. 

Sophie Lewis on Full Surrogacy Now
Mariana Silva speaks to Sophie Lewis about her book, Full Surrogacy Now, on the occasion of her talk at e-flux, ”Wages for Womb-Work, Polymaternalism, Critical Firestonianism.“ The introduction from Full Surrogacy Now was also published in issue 99 of e-flux journal.

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