Podcast episodes for summer 2022

Podcast episodes for summer 2022

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July 12, 2022
e-flux podcast episodes for summer 2022
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We are happy to announce new episodes of the e-flux podcast, and look forward to returning to a more regular production schedule. Read through recent episodes below, or sort through the full archive by contributor and subject here

Miriam Hillawi Abraham & Nasra Abdullahi on “The Afro-Cosmologist's Treatise on the Astrolabe”
Hallie Ayres talks to Miriam Hillawi Abraham and Nasra Abdullahi about their text, “The Afro-Cosmologist's Treatise on the Astrolabe,” published in the Cosmic Bulletin 2021

Miriam Hillawi Abraham is a multi-disciplinary designer from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. With a background in Architecture, she works with digital media and spatial design to interrogate themes of equitable futurism and intersectionality. Nasra Abdullahi is a designer, writer, and editor based in London. Currently her work is centered around exploring the possibilities of using analytical tools from black and indigenous radical traditions to inform us about design and technological practice.

Isabelle Fremeaux & Jay Jordan: We Are “Nature” Defending Itself: Entangling Art, Activism and Autonomous Zones
Andreas Petrossiants discusses We Are “Nature” Defending Itself: Entangling Art, Activism and Autonomous Zones (Pluto Press/Journal of Aesthetics and Protest, 2021) with authors Isabelle Fremeaux and Jay Jordan. An excerpt from the book was published in e-flux journal issue 124.

Isabelle Fremeaux is an educator and action researcher. She was formerly Senior Lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies at Birkbeck College London. Jay Jordan is an art activist and author, cofounder of Reclaim the Streets and the Clandestine Insurgent Clown Army.

Shimrit Lee on Decolonize Museums
Hallie Ayres talks with Shimrit Lee about her book, Decolonize Museums, published as part of the series “Decolonize That” by Warscapes and O/R Books. 

Shimrit Lee is a writer, educator, and curator based in Philadelphia. An interdisciplinary scholar working at the intersection of visual culture, performance, and critical security studies, Shimrit’s research interests relate to the cultural production of security narratives in Israel and the US. 

Wet-Togetherness series produced by the 13th Shanghai Biennale
9 sound pieces in which 21 artists, activists and researchers enact aqueousness through sound. A collaboration between e-flux and the 13th Shanghai Biennale, Bodies of Water, curated by Andrés Jaque, Marina Otero Verzier, Lucia Pietroiusti, Filipa Ramos and YOU Mi, and organized and promoted by the Power Station of Art. The series has been edited by José Luis Espejo and Rubén Coll with the sound design of Tomoko Sauvage, coordination by Roberto González García, and locutions by Yang Yang.

Episode 1: Menstruating. With a sound piece by artist Cecilia Vicuña. / Episode 2: Decomposing. With two independent sound pieces by artists Tuo Wang, and Daisy Bisenieks and Royce Ng (Zheng Mahler) / Episode 3: Flushing. With two independent sound pieces by artists Hao Pei Chu and Liam Young / Episode 4: Breathing. With two independent sound pieces by artists Torkwase Dyson and Itziar Okariz / Episode 5: Melting. With two independent sound pieces by the artists Cao Minghao and Chen Jianjun (in collaboration) and Michael Wang / Episode 6: Transfusing. With three independent sound pieces by scholar Iván L. Munuera and artists P. Staff and Himali Singh Soin / Episode 7: Clogging. With two independent sound pieces by artists Vera Frenkel and Ibiye Camp / Episode 8: Discharging. With a sound piece by researchers and designers Jingru (Cyan) Cheng, Marco Ferrari, and Elise Hunchuck (in collaboration) / Episode 9: Lubricating. With two independent sound pieces by artists Tabita Rezaire and Yin Aiwen

Woodbine on facing disaster together
Andreas Petrossiants speaks to Woodbine members Matt Peterson and Laura McAdams. Woodbine is a volunteer-run experimental hub in Ridgewood, Queens for developing the practices, skills, and tools needed to build autonomy. Since March 2020 they have run a food pantry in partnership with Hungry Monk that serves thousands of families per week.

“We came together out of our experiences in Occupy Wall Street and Hurricane Sandy, after having lived through a New York City forever changed by 9/11 and the 2008 financial crisis. Trump and Covid are only the latest in a series of disasters we have had to face together, and community resilience and collective autonomy remain our answer and horizon. In the fall of 2013 Woodbine was conceived as an organizing framework to rethink how to inhabit a city and neighborhood together. Now it is time to begin a new chapter and phase, and expand our collective capacities.” Quote from Woodbine’s website.

The e-flux podcast features conversations with some of the most engaged artists and thinkers working today, and is available for subscription on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, and SoundCloud.

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