As many of us are currently confined at home in many places of the world, and while we keep in our minds and in our hearts those who have no choice but to be at risk from the ongoing worldwide pandemic, because they’re doctors, nurses, cashiers, workers, homeless, incarcerated, or in any other precarious situation, we wanted to provide you with a daily podcast to use this time to reflect and organizing without talking about the pandemic itself — there might be already enough about it.
The concept is very simple. Every day, we ask one person the same question: “what is for you a moment of true decolonization?” The answer can be a historial moment or something they witnessed; something heroic and grandiose, or rather discreet and mundane; a durable blow to the structures of colonialism or a short instant of liberation.
We thank you for listening and wish you and your loved ones the very best wherever you are.
dos focuses on conversations in, about, and with exhibitions.
dos commissions and edits conversations between two visitors to an exhibition to emphasize subjective experience and meaning-making at large. dos conversations can be streamed, followed as an RSS feed, or accessed as a podcast.
dos conjures their listeners as eavesdroppers and vicarious visitors who experience exhibitions on their own time, partaking in a continuum of physical experience and shared interpersonal thinking.
Failed Architecture (FA) reconnects architecture with the real world. By opening up new perspectives on the built environment, we seek to explore the meaning of architecture in contemporary society. Since 2011, we have been providing an inclusive platform for critical urban discourse, fueled by unconventional narratives from an international network of contributors.
Architecture continues to fail because we are stuck in a global economic system which puts profit above everything else, reproducing social and political conditions that undermine people’s control over their built environment. Meanwhile, the (architectural) media reduces the design of society to a spectacular image. As a result, the public is left with a shallow understanding of what architecture is and what it can be.
FA challenges dominant spatial fashions and explores alternative realities, reaching far beyond the architectural community. We combine personal stories with research and reflection, always remaining committed to the idea that architecture is about social justice and climate justice, pop culture and subculture, representation and imagination, and everything that happens after the building’s been built.
Hidden Noise was a biweekly arts and culture podcast hosted by Abby Sandler and Rebecca Ann Siegel, from 2017-2018.
From comprehensive reviews of our favorite shows to candid interviews with contemporary artists, Hidden Noise takes a closer look at art and culture in New York.
Interview series between contemporary artists, hosted by Cat Kron and David Roesing.
A podcast series by Eric Li and Jonathan Zong
A show about space and the consequences of our designs. Each episode features one author on a new book that offers critical ways of understanding the worlds we make. Transdisciplinary perspectives from across the arts, social sciences, and humanities. Once a week, from Thinkbelt.
Junior Aspirin is an independent record label run by Andy Cooke (London), Dan Fox (New York), Ashley Marlowe (Brighton) and Nathaniel Mellors (LA / Amsterdam). Founded in London in 2002, the label has released singles, LPs and compilations by a diverse roster of artists, covering a range of music from garage rock, through post-punk to improvised electronics and – with the release of Invisible Polytechnic’s version of Terry Riley’s ‘In C’ in 2011 – modern composition. JA produce all the own artwork for their releases, or collaborate with artist friends and colleagues. Furthermore, the series of podcasts has developed into an ongoing collaboration between the label and the New York/Los Angeles based group Dexter Sinister for their Serving Library; in 2011 they produced four ‘audio lectures’ for the Serving Library’s residency at the Banff Centre for the Arts in Canada, and for Dexter Sinister’s exhibition at Artists Space, New York.
Lonely Samurai is a podcast of topical conversations produced by artist Anicka Yi. The program was born out of the post-Occupy climate, when the dialogue just seemed to stop after the movement got shut down. The first four inaugural episodes were recorded at the gallery Chapter NY.
"Momus: The Podcast" explores a variety of timely themes relating to contemporary art and the present moment. Momus publisher and podcast host, Sky Goodden, with co-producer and co-host Lauren Wetmore, delve into back rooms, biennials, and white cubes, bringing Momus’s unique brand of fresh, urgent criticism into conversation with leading artists, curators, and art writers from around the world.
The Multispecies Worldbuilding podcast brings together conversations with scientists, writers, and artists who work with specific organisms (farmed, feral, wild, synthetic) or ecologies (for example, Superfund sites, forests, data networks) that are increasingly affected by climate change. Each episode features one interviewee and combines their voice with field recordings and experimental soundscapes to offer engaging and accessible examples of various kinds of research, teaching, and design practices. The episodes are not about the end of the world. MWL seeks to foreground multispecies histories and interdependencies, and ways in which people here and now are tinkering with new languages, playful devices, and extraordinary forms of critical/creative engagement every day.
NEW MODELS is a pro-complexity media node for the critical analysis of art, tech, politics, and pop culture. We exist across platforms with all channels running through our aggregator, newmodels.io.