[spectre] Ràdio Web MACBA most listened podcasts - January-June 2015
Radio Web MACBA
rwm2008 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 20 11:46:22 CEST 2015
*Ràdio Web MACBA most listened podcasts - January-June 2015 *
*1 - SON[I]A #201. Georges Didi-Huberman*
Didi-Huberman about the problems regarding the way in which we see and
interpret images, a problematic issue that stems from the definition of
what an image is, and from the hierarchy that has historically been imposed
on the dialectic between words and images.
*2- INTERRUPTIONS #19. The possibility of drumming. By Morten J. Olsen*
Innate music, innate rhythms, universal grammar, YouTube-anthropology,
vestigiality, rudiments, Swiss mercenaries, acid techno and other elemental
forms of expression. Norwegian drummer Morten J. Olsen (of N.M.O and MoHa!
fame) delivers a true tour de force of a mix in which he manages to connect
all those more or less distant dots, in order to share his very unique
views on percussion music.
*3- PROBES #10.2. Auxiliaries. By Chris Cutler*
This auxiliary wonders what the human voice can't do.
*4. OBJECTHOOD #3,* featuring an interview with Martin Holbraad and sound
essay by Quim Pujol. By Roc Jiménez de Cisneros
This podcast is about objects, but more importantly, it is about some of
the recent theories that offer new conceptualisations of objects in
contemporary philosophy and art. In the previous episode, Florian Hecker
and Erick Beltrán talked about zombies, vampires and chimeras. This third
installment of the series delves into those ideas, under a completely
different light, as anthropologist Martin Holbraad and artist and curator
Quim Pujol discuss monsters, otherness, hybrids, agency and fetish.
*5. PROBES #10. By Chris Cutler*
the first of two programmes that trace probes into the limits and extended
uses of the human voice.
*+2 you should not miss!*
*SON[I]A #207. Eyal Weizman*
Eyal Weizman about the basic principles of forensic architecture, its
practical applications, and its links to the world of art and creation.
*SON[I]A #209. EVOL*
Roc Jiménez de Cisneros about EVOL's very free deconstruction and
reinterpretation of György Ligeti's 'Continuum' and Hanne Darboven’s 'Opus
17a', and how these works relate to the duo’s current artistic practice.
Unusual notions of time in relation to music, algorithmic reverse
engineering, complexity through simplicity, anti-climax, ancient trance
music, weird mental states and Dick Higgins' Superboredom concept pop up in
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the SPECTRE