[spectre] Ràdio Web MACBA most listened podcasts - October 2015
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Ràdio Web MACBA most listened podcasts - October 2015
*1- SON[I]A #215. Michel Feher *Link:
Michel Feher talks about the neoliberal project and its repercussions on
education and culture. Feher also explores the importance of language, both
in its liberal roots and in the changes that it has undergone in recent
years as a result of the economization of politics.
*2- SON[I]A #212. John Chowning *
John Chowning shares the experience of being a pioneer in a discipline at a
time when using computers to generate music was a leap into the void
between creative eccentricity and scientific adventure.
*3- COMPOSING WITH PROCESS
<http://rwm.macba.cat/en/composingwithprocess_tag> series. Curated by Mark
Fell and Joe Gilmore*
COMPOSING WITH PROCESS <http://rwm.macba.cat/en/composingwithprocess_tag>
is a series, curated by *Mark Fell and Joe Gilmore*, which explores
generative approaches to composition and performance primarily in the
context of experimental technologies and music practices of the latter part
of the 20th Century. Each episode is accompanied by an additional
programme, entitled EXCLUSIVES <http://rwm.macba.cat/en/exclusives-tag/>,
featuring unpublished sound pieces by leading sound artists working in the
*4- PROBES #15. Curated by Chris Cutler*
In PROBES #15 we look at experimental uses of the more intractable folk
instruments: bagpipes, hurdy gurdy and harmonica. Is nothing sacred?
*5- PROBES #14. Curated by Chris Cutler*
In PROBES #14 we take a detour to show how a collision of folk mechanisms,
social upheaval, sound recording and electrification underpinned the growth
of a new polyglot musical language, and a new aesthetic constituency.
*+2 you should not miss!*
*SON[I]A #216. Franco Berardi 'Bifo' *Link:
Bifo talks about mass killings in relation to cinema, mental health,
neuroplasticity, friendship, irony and, ultimately, hope.
*2- FONS ÀUDIO #36. Matt Mullican. *
Through a series of practices designed to examine all the folds and
psychological strata of the real, Matt Mullican circles around notions such
as virtuality, cosmology, subjectivity, and the idea of a memory theatre.
In FONS AUDIO #36 he tells us about life on the other side of the mirror,
explains different ways of handling a corpse, and talks about the mind’s
endless capacity to create imaginary or parallel worlds.
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