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Live from Dakar 2018-Jolt Radio-16May2018

May 21st, 2018 · Comments

Today, we bring you Fresh Art International LIVE from Dakar, Senegal. We made the journey to West Africa in May 2018, to capture sounds of local art and culture and to document our first encounter with the biennial of contemporary African art known as Dak'Art.

In the first of our two live streaming broadcasts, you'll hear Marisol Rodríguez (Mexico City/Paris), one of the biennial's guest curators, talk about her work with a team of creatives based in the Hurricane Zone (Mexico's Yucatàn Peninsula, Central America and the Caribbean).

Also LIVE: our show from la Boite à Idée, or Idea Box, a cultural hub in Dakar's Mermoz district. In the garden of this space is where cultural activist Ken Aicha Sy, founder of Wakh'Art Music introduces us to a few of the creatives engaging in the local art and music scene. You'll hear from Ms. Sy, along with Franco-Senegalese artist Gabriel Dia, jazz guitarist Paride Pagnotti, I Science vocalist Corinna Fiore, and composer Nathan Fallou Fuhr. A modest local songwriter introducing himself simply as "Jean-Pierre," steps up to the microphone with his guitar to voice our melodic good-bye-for-now.

Sound Editor: Anamnesis Audio | Special audio courtesy ZAM ZAM, Paride PagnottiI ScienceNathan Fallou Fuhr and Jean-Pierre 

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Tags: Fresh Talk · contemporary art · art biennial · Africa · artist residency · international biennial · Artist · curator · Mexico · black culture · black art · podcast · community · international art fair · music · political art · art podcast · biennial · creativity · history · exhibition · Live Radio

Joana Choumali Embroiders Empathy

April 30th, 2018 · Comments

We follow artist Joana Choumali from the Ivory Coast Pavilion at the 57th Venice Art Bienniale to Dak'Art 2018, as she explores the shared experience of migration and violence in her birth country. Her embroidered photographs trace stories of loss and longing—depicting lone figures disappearing from home and reappearing in foreign environments, and giving shape to the emptiness left by the casualties of terrorism. Needle and thread express Choumali's empathy with the fraught human condition.

Sound Editing: Anamnesis Audio | Photography: Joanna Choumali and Fresh Art International

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Tags: contemporary art · art biennial · Africa · Miami · photography · identity · international biennial · Artist · invisible communities · black art · podcast · feminism · political art · art podcast · biennial · creativity · women's rights · feminist art · venice · venice art biennale · women

Prospect.4 New Orleans: The Lotus In Spite of the Swamp-Jolt Radio-24Jan2018

February 9th, 2018 · Comments

Come with us to explore Prospect New Orleans, the Crescent City’s triennial of contemporary art. Titled The Lotus in Spite of the Swamp, the fourth iteration evokes the musical character of New Orleans and the surrounding natural environment—the bayous, lakes and wetlands near the mouth of the Mississippi River.

Voices in this episode: Prospect.4’s artistic director Trevor Schoonmaker, former executive director Brooke Davis Anderson, artists Quintron and Miss PussycatPaulo NazarethSonia Boyce, Rusty LazerDarryl MontanaDavia Nelson of the Kitchen Sisters, and more!

 
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Tags: Fresh Talk · contemporary art · art biennial · New Orleans · international biennial · Artist · curator · Prospect New Orleans · black culture · black art · installation · community · international art fair · music · art podcast · biennial · creativity · spoken word · art fair · exhibition · Live Radio

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

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

Fresh Talk: Rachel Armstrong

February 25th, 2016 · Comments

Rachel Armstrong, scientific curator of the IDEA Laboratory in the Azerbaijan Pavilion where the exhibition Vita Vitale took place during the 56th Venice Biennale, talks about a set of surprising experiments designed to resolve the island city's environmental challenges. Listen to this conversation to learn about artists, scientists, and architects creating models for living architecture. Also featured, Davide de Lucrezia, Explora Biotech, Venice.

Sound Editor: Kris McConnachie
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Tags: · Fresh Talk · contemporary art · art biennial · 56th Venice Art Biennale · international biennial · invisible communities · curator · design · environment · Azerbaijan

Fresh Talk: Oliver Beer

November 26th, 2015 · Comments

British artist Oliver Beer talks about how he explores the acoustical character of Kiliç Ali Paşa Hamam, a stunning Turkish bath designed more than 400 years ago by the legendary architect Sinan. Inside the hot, steamy, inner chamber of this historic space, a small group of young Turkish opera singers rehearse Beer's composition "Call to Sound.Their public performance will take place for one night only, on the eve of the 14th Istanbul Biennial.

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Tags: · Fresh Talk · contemporary art · art biennial · international biennial · performance · Istanbul

Fresh Talk: Macedonia in Venice with Basak Senova, Yane Calovski, and Hristina Ivanoska

September 2nd, 2015 · Comments

Turkish curator Basak Senova, and Macedonian artists Yane Calovski and Hristina Ivanoska talk about their project for the Pavilion of the Republic of Macedonia at the 56th Venice Biennale. Exploring the value of knowledge, faith, and art, their installation evokes an anonymous 12th century fresco in the historic Church of St. George in Kurbinovo, Macedonia.

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Tags: Fresh Talk · contemporary art · art biennial · 56th Venice Art Biennale · international biennial · Artist · curator · installation · Macedonia

Fresh Talk: 13th Lyon Biennial Preview with Ralph Rugoff

August 19th, 2015 · Comments

Ralph Rugoff, London-based curator of the 13th Lyon Biennial, talks about La Vie Moderne, this year's biennial exhibition. The show in Lyon, France, brings together 60 artists from around the world. Their projects investigate how history informs contemporary life. Featured in our conversation: TJ Wilcox, Kader Attia, and Marinella Senatore. We'll be there for the press preview, so stay tuned, for more Fresh Talk!

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Tags: contemporary art · art biennial · performance art · international biennial · curator · installation

Fresh Talk: Unsettled Landscapes

August 21st, 2014 · Comments

This episode takes place at SITE Santa Fe, New Mexico. We arrived just before the opening of SITE's 2014 international biennial Unsettled Landscapes to record the voices of these five artists from across the Americas: Glenda LeónJason MiddlebrookMelanie SmithJamison Chas Banks, and Gianfranco Foschino.

Sound Editor: Kris McConnachie | Episode sound effects, in order of appearance: Santa Fe RailyardMelanie SmithGianfranco Foschino

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Tags: · Fresh Talk · international biennial · Jason Middlebrook · New Mexico · Unsettled Landscapes