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Lisa Reihana on Reversing the Colonial Gaze

October 18th, 2017 · Comments

Today, we take you to the Arsenale, a historic shipyard and main venue for the 57th Venice Art Biennale. In the New Zealand pavilion, we hear artist Lisa Reihana speak on reversing the colonial gaze in her work Emissaries. http://www.freshartinternational.com

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Tags: contemporary art · video · art biennial · identity · international biennial · Artist · invisible communities · video art · art podcast · biennial · venice · venice art biennale · art tech

Sounds of Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017

October 5th, 2017 · Comments

Today, we take you to Germany, to experience the 2017 edition of Skulptur Projekte Münster. The international public art exhibition that has taken place every ten years since 1977 activates historical, architectural, social and political sites across the city. The best way to experience this model of art in the public sphere is on foot and by bicycle.

Featuring temporary public art projects by Ei Arakawa, Aram Bartholl, Gerard Byrne, Jeremy Deller, Nicole Eisenman, Pierre Huyghe, Emeka Ogboh, Alexandra Pirici, Koki Tanaka, Benjamin de Burca/Barbara Bárbara Wagner, Cerith Wyn Evans and Hervé Youmbi.

Sound engineer: Guney Ozsan

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Tags: contemporary art · art podcast · creativity

ORLAN on Art Tech

September 14th, 2017 · Comments

Today, we take you to Paris for a studio visit with French artist ORLAN. Surrounded by her books, sculptures, paintings and photographs, we talk about her evolving relationship with technology.

 Sound Editor: Alyssa Moxley | Voice Over Translation: Emilia Garth | Special Audio Track: ORLAN

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Tags: Fresh Talk · contemporary art · art biennial · sound art · film · internet · international biennial · Artist · feminism · France · avatar · art podcast · biennial · feminist art · exhibition · women · technology · phone application · ORLAN · art tech

Alexa Lim Haas on Animating Stories

July 6th, 2017 · Comments

Artist Alexa Lim Haas talks about Agua Viva, her newest animated short film. Agua Viva was among the twenty-four projects selected for a special one-night screening at the 2017 Borscht Film Festival in Miami, Florida.

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Tags: Fresh Talk · contemporary art · film · art podcast · film festival · Borscht Film Festival · animation

Sounds of Contemporary Art in Norway

June 22nd, 2017 · Comments

Our field recordings of conversations, performances and sound art in Oslo and Tromsø, Norway, during the 2017 International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art (IKT) Congress hosted by the Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA) and OSLO PILOT.

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Tags: Fresh Talk · contemporary art · sound art · Norway · performance art · curator · art podcast · exhibition

Sounds of the 57th Venice Art Biennale

June 8th, 2017 · Comments

Our sound experience of the 57th Venice Art Biennale features field recordings of conversations, sound art and performance from Egypt, France, Germany, Nigeria and the U.S.

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Tags: art biennial · art podcast · creativity · venice · venice art biennale

Bahar Behbahani on Politics and Persian Gardens

February 2nd, 2017 · Comments

Iranian born, New York based artist Bahar Behbahani talks about the layers of poetry and politics she discovered while researching the legendary Persian garden. Her solo exhibition at the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College reveals how the idyllic refuge became entangled with American espionage and a 1953 political coup in Iran. Highly relevant considering the mounting intensity of today's global tensions, the hidden agendas and coded behaviors exposed in Bahar Behbahani's work might well be the blueprint for a new political barrier erected this week: the executive order of a restrictive, anti-Muslim United States immigration policy.

 

Sound Editor: Guney Ozsan | Sound Effects: Bahar Behbahani, Visiting you in summer, 2015

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Tags: Fresh Talk · contemporary art · painting · podcast · museum · political art · architecture · art podcast

Catherine Morris and A Year of Yes

January 19th, 2017 · Comments

With curator Catherine Morris, we talk about A Year of Yes: Reimagining Feminism at the Brooklyn Museum. The brilliant series of thematic exhibitions and programs on feminism and feminist art celebrates the 10th anniversary of Museum's Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art.

Judy Chicago's Dinner Party inspires this complex project. Featured in our conversation: Beverly Buchanan: Rituals and Ruins, Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty, Georgia O'Keeffe: Living Modern, and the 2017 version of Utopia Station.

Sound Editor: Guney Ozsan | Recorded on Skype 14 Jan2017

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Tags: Fresh Talk · art podcast · creativity · feminist art · Brooklyn Museum · Judy Chicago · Marilyn Minter · Georgia O'Keeffe · Catherine Morris

Zoë Buckman on Fight Mode

January 5th, 2017 · Comments

Artist Zoë Buckman is in fight mode. Her own boxing gloves figure in recent mixed media installations, spoken word, and sound art projects that defend women's reproductive rights. This episode is an excerpt from the 3 Dec 2016 Fresh Art International show on Untitled, Radio, Miami Beach.

 

Sound Editor: Guney Ozsan | Swami Ji spoken word performance audio courtesy Zoë Buckman

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Tags: · Fresh Talk · contemporary art · podcast · political art · art podcast · creativity · spoken word · art fair · women's rights · boxing · reproductive rights

Lost Spaces and Stories of Vizcaya

December 21st, 2016 · Comments

Lost Spaces and Stories of Vizcaya—Curator Gina Wouters, and artists Mira Lehr and Yara Travieso talk about What This Place Does Not Remember, one of eleven projects in the contemporary art exhibition Lost Spaces and Stories at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens in Miami, Florida.

The inspiration for Mira Lehr's and Yara Travieso's dramatic Baroque performance installation? The wild garden at the edge of the museum's south property and Henry Purcell's Dido and Aeneas, an English opera he composed more than 300 years ago. The opera tells the mythological story of Dido, Queen of Carthage, and her love for the Trojan hero Aeneas. In What This Place Does Not Remember, the two contemporary artists personify Vizcaya as the legendary Queen Dido. Lehr's environmental installation sets the stage for Dido's Lament, the performance that Travieso directs. An opera singer, a dancer, and a cellist enact the queen’s tragic love story within a lyric web of black rope that evokes the surrounding mangroves.

Sound Editor: Guney Ozscan | Dido's Lament performance: Amanda Crider (Mezzo Soprano), Stephanie Jaimes (Cellist)

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Tags: · art podcast · Vizcaya Museum and Gardens · history