[spectre] Ràdio Web MACBA most listened podcasts - July 2017
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*Ràdio Web MACBA most listened podcasts - July 2017 <http://rwm.macba.cat/>**1-
PROBES series. Curated by Chris Cutler <http://rwm.macba.cat/en/probes_tag>*
PROBES <http://rwm.macba.cat/en/probes_tag> takes Marshall McLuhan’s
conceptual contrapositions as a starting point to analyse and expose the
search for a new sonic language made urgent after the collapse of tonality
in the twentieth century. The series looks at the many probes and
experiments that were launched in the last century in search of new musical
resources, and a new aesthetic; for ways to make music adequate to a world
transformed by disorientating technologies.
You can find the latest instalment of the series, exploring the impact of
Indian instruments in Western Music here.
<http://rwm.macba.cat/en/sonia/yayo-herrero/capsula>SON[I]A #241. Yayo
Herrero (only available in Spanish)*
Yayo Herrero talks about different forms of ecofeminsim, about the
political management of desires, expectations, and needs, about the
importance of reproductive work and the need to find new patterns of social
and institutional co-responsibility, and about the management of the
*With music by Jana Winderen.*
<http://rwm.macba.cat/en/sonia/-marysia-lewandowska/capsula>* SON[I]A #243.
Marysia Lewandowska talks about the Women’s Audio Archive, about the
crucial need to generate counter-narratives in totalitarian regimes, about
networking before networks, about the boundaries between the private and
the public, the negotiations generated by the shift from one sphere to
another, the responsibilities of the archive, and the potential to generate
conversation through art.
*4- * <http://rwm.macba.cat/en/sonia/mitra-azar/capsula>
*SON[I]A #242. Mitra Azar
The Italian artist Mitra Azar talks about points of view and the
disembodiment of the gaze, drones, borders, nomadism, never-ending
archives, processes, the “artropocene”, and conflict zones as a breeding
ground for creative practices.
*With samples by Filastine.*
*5- * <http://rwm.macba.cat/en/sonia/lizzie-borden-main/capsula>*SON[I]A
#240. Lizzie Borden *
American filmmaker and activist Lizzie Borden talks about her first three
films -"Re-grouping” (1976), "Born in Flames" (1983) i "Working Girls"
(1986)-, about inductive and deductive filmmaking, about filming without a
script, about the importance of editing, about style, about the use of
documentary strategies in fiction films, about alternative distribution as
a form of activism, about the lack of women in the film world and about her
notion of television as the future of audiovisual media.
*E/N/J/O/Y**+ 2 podcasts you should not miss!!*
*1/ SON[I]A #244. Laura Mulvey*
Laura Mulvey contextualises, updates, and elucidates on the far-reaching
impact of this key text, which she revised in later essays such as “Death
24 x a Second. Stillness and the moving image”. At the same time, she opens
up the debate with the notions of the “queer gaze” and the “universal
whiteness” of Hollywood. Mulvey also defends orality as a form of "history
from below", citing the example of “compilation films” (films that use
archival footage re-written with new narrative) as a space for a new
feminist film practice.
<http://rwm.macba.cat/en/sonia/zach-blas/capsula>2-* SON[I]A #238. Zach
Zach Blas <http://rwm.macba.cat/en/sonia/zach-blas/capsula>talks about
utopian plagiarism, biometrics, life patterns, and unthinkable moments;
about identity, opacity, and paranodes; about speculation understood in
alternatives to the internet’s total mono-narrative today.
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