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Entries from October 2017

Architecture with a Sense of Place

October 25th, 2017 · Comments

This radio show about Architecture with a Sense of Place features conversations with artists and architects whose work responds to cultural, historical, sociopolitical and environmental influences on our built environment. Featured: Jack Sanders, Design Build Adventure, Austin; Jaya Kader, KZ Architecture, Miami; David Hartt at Graham Foundation, Chicago; Sarah Dunn, Urban Lab, Chicago; Bijoy Jain, Studio Mumbai, India; Marshall Brown, Marshall Brown Projects, Chicago; Jimenez Lai and Joanna Grant, Bureau Spectacular, Los Angeles; and Gerard & Kelly at Farnsworth House.


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.

Tags: · · · · · · · · · contemporary art · art biennial · video art · art tech

Introducing Miami Film Festival Gems 2017

October 11th, 2017 · Comments

Brought to you live from the studio at Jolt Radio, our latest program on South Florida’s film culture introduces Miami Film Festival’s GEMS 2017. Hear from MFF’s associate director Diana Cadavid and Miami-based screenwriter Joshua Jean-Baptiste (#GettheGreenlight winner) and Los Angeles based filmmaker Angel Manuel Soto (VR EscapeLa Granja). Listen in on our conversations with filmmakers Sean Baker (The Florida ProjectTangerine) and Antonio Mendez Esparza (Life and Nothing More). Experience film as you might never have before hearing this show: Through your ears!

Tags: · Fresh Talk

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

Tags: · · contemporary art

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