[NetBehaviour] News From Where We Are # 3 - The Radical Friendship series
marc.garrett2 at gmail.com
Fri Feb 5 23:32:37 CET 2021
Thanks for taking the time to listen, it's a generous act in its own right.
These podcasts take up a lot of time to compile, produce, edit and
distribute. So it's always wholesome when people make an effort to respond
after listening to the mix of content being included. As you know, I used
to co-run pirate radio stations in Bristol before the Internet. It felt
very similar to that energy.
Wishing you well.
On Fri, 5 Feb 2021 at 20:28, Edward Picot via NetBehaviour <
netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
> I've just been listening to this. What a great hotch-potch of stuff! I'm
> really glad you're doing podcasts again.
> On 05/02/2021 10:21, marc garrett via NetBehaviour wrote:
> Hi all,
> I imagine some of you may be interested in Furtherfield's new podcast
> series for 2021.
> News From Where We Are # 3 - The Radical Friendship series
> Welcome to Furtherfield's cultural podcast grounded in news from where we
> are. We may be experiencing all kinds of restrictions on our lives due to
> the pandemic, but we still have access to thriving networked cultures from
> around the world.
> And this podcast is dedicated to the collaborative-imaginative fieldwork
> of artists, techies, and activists informing how we organise, imagine and
> build solidarity, good health and post-capitalist realities. Working
> together and supporting others to do the same.
> In 2021 we celebrate 25 years of radical friendship at Furtherfield. We
> revisit and open up conversations with some of the fascinating and radical
> people with whom we have worked and collaborated through the years from the
> Internet to post-digital contexts. They are changing culture, their lives,
> and the lives of their communities.
> We are interested in unearthing an ecological economy, relational
> understanding, and lived lives, alongside survival strategies, critical
> thinking and grassroots systems of peer and individual engagement, as part
> of the art context. We are examining power and how lives get lived, on
> whose terms.
> Featured on the podcast
> Filippo Florenzin is interviewing artist and independent, Mexican Curator,
> Doreen Rios. Founder of [ANTI]MATERIA an online platform dedicated to the
> research and exhibition of Latin-American Digital Art.
> Ruth Catlow reads to us her foreword for the DisCO manifesto by Stacco
> Troncoso and Ann Marie Utratel.
> Marc Garrett interviews artist Kate Southworth about her work with Art,
> Technology and Witchcraft, an Irish/British artist living in Cornwall, UK.
> We have experimental, Avant-Folk by artists Alan Sondheim & Azure Carter,
> from their latest, excellent album Plaguesong.
> We also have Stewart Home, the radically inauthentic communist sex witch &
> fed-up author, reading snippets from his recent book edited by Home -
> Denizen of the Dead published by Cripplegate Books. Denizen Of The Dead:
> The Horrors Of Clarendon Court Published.
> And, we have other sound treats fluidly appearing in between the guests’
> Main image. Mapping Sol, 2019. Oil on Canvas, 100x100cm. Kate Southworth.
> News From Where We Are # 3 - The Radical Friendship series by Furtherfield
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Wishing you well.
Co-founder & Artistic director of Furtherfield & DECAL Decentralised Arts
Furtherfield disrupts & democratises art and technology through
exhibitions, labs & debate, for deep exploration, open tools & free
DECAL Decentralised Arts Lab is an arts, blockchain & web 3.0 technologies
research hub for fairer, more dynamic & connected cultural ecologies &
economies now. http://decal.is/
State Machines: Reflections & Actions at the Edge of Digital Citizenship,
Finance, & Art. Edited by Yiannis Colakides, Marc Garrett, Inte Gloerich.
Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2019 http://bit.do/eQgg3
Artists Re:thinking the Blockchain. Eds, Ruth Catlow, Marc Garrett, Nathan
Jones, & Sam Skinner. Liverpool Press - http://bit.ly/2x8XlMK
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