[NetBehaviour] Radio interview with University for Strategic Optimism & Genetic Moo.

marc garrett marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Mon Feb 28 16:49:41 CET 2011


At last we have the Furtherfield podcast/mp3 (download), for the 
interview with University for Strategic Optimism & Genetic Moo, which 
originally took place on Resonance FM Wednesday, Dec 8th 2010.

http://www.furtherfield.org/radio/8122010-university-strategic-optimism-and-genetic-moo

Tess Quixote and Etienne Lantier from University for Strategic Optimism 
(USO).
Nicola Schauerman and Tim Pickup from Genetic Moo.

University for Strategic Optimism (USO) have formed a university based 
on the principal of free and open education, a return of politics to the 
public, and the politicisation of public space. "As university buildings 
are boarded up their flexible and critical group physically inhabit 
banks and shopping outlets as public spaces for open debate; using these 
public areas as places for introductory lectures to their "course 
entitled 'Higher Education, Neo-Liberalism and the State'."

Schauerman and Pickup from Genetic Moo, have worked on a series of 
interactive video installations which have been presented at a number of 
UK venues, including the De La Warr Pavilion. One of the works, Becoming 
Starfish, received a John Lansdown Award for Interactive Digital Art at 
Eurographics 2007.

Tune in every Wednesday for our regular live show, hosted by Marc 
Garrett, Ruth Catlow & esteemed co-hosts, Irini Papadimitriou, Jonathan 
Munro & Charlotte Frost; for current events, activities and 
controversies where contemporary art and technology meet. Interviews and 
debate with art workers and techies are interspersed with bleeding-edge 
music and a rolling programme of experimental creative adventures for 
your amusement.

For more Broadcasts, podcasts/mp3's & info:
http://www.furtherfield.org/programmes/radio

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