Art Monthly Talk Show 8th March 2013

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Paul Carey-Kent, Dave Beech and Andrew Hunt discuss their texts together.

Public Art Attack

 

Andrew Hunt on the importance of antagonism in public art

 

Public art is often seen as the worst kind of bland, art-by-committee cultural filler, but haven’t recent works by artists such as Bill Drummond, Scott King and Mike Nelson shown how genuinely charged art in the public arena can be?

 

‘Scott King’s concept of “de-regeneration” has previously allowed for an emotive deconstruction of regeneration through the proposal of alternative monuments.’

To Boycott or not to Boycott?

Dave Beech asks the question

Political activism has made an astonishing return to the art world over the past few years, with the threat of artists’ withholding their work from exhibitions the most popular recent trend. But what is the nature of these different protest tactics, and how can artists effect change?

‘The art boycott is not principally associated with the withdrawal from work but the withdrawal of participation, in which participation is understood to be charged with ethical consent.’

Folkestone Triennial: Lookout

Paul Carey-Kent on the 2014 Folkstone  Triennia: Lookout

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Panel Borders: Graphic Details

Panel Borders: Graphic Details

Continuing a month of shows about the work of comic book creators who mix together different cultures and media in their art, Alex Fitch talks to gallery owners Jo David and Rachel House, and artist Ariel Schrag about the exhibition Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women, currently on display at Space Station 65, Kennington, South London. Also, Graphic Details curator Sarah Lightman talks about her work and introduces artists Miriam Katin, Diane Noomin, Corinne Pearlman and Ilana Zeffren who describe the examples of their autobiographical strips which are featured in the exhibition. (Recorded at Space Station 65 Kennington, November 2014; originally broadcast 20th November 2014)

Exterior of Space Station 65 gallery / Ariel Schrag discusses her work / excerpt from The Book of Sarah by Sarah Lightman

Exterior of Space Station 65 gallery / Ariel Schrag discusses her work / excerpt from The Book of Sarah by Sarah Lightman

For more info and a variety of different formats you can stream or download, please visit the home of this podcast at www.archive.org

Links: Space Station 65 website
Graphic Details blog
Ariel Schrag’s website

Podcast + playlist: Hello GoodBye – 22.11.14 – Ft: Pit Ponies + Lucy’s Diary

Lucy's Diary
Pit Ponies
Pit Ponies and Lucy’s Diary perform live on Resonance FM‘s Hello GoodBye Show.

PLAYLIST
Boudica – White Liar
Pit Ponies – Country Song (LIVE SESSION)
Pit Ponies – Becoming (LIVE SESSION)
Pit Ponies – Take A Shower (LIVE SESSION)
Pit Ponies – Mountain (LIVE SESSION)
Pit Ponies – ‘interview’
Taman Shud – The Hex Inverted
Comet Sands – The Beautiful And Damned
Dee Sada – Buried In Darkness
John Hassell + Brian Eno – Delta Rain Dream
Kiro Kiro Bonito – Build It Up
The Fish Police – Chicken Nuggets For Me
The Au-Pairs – It’s Obvious
Lucy’s Diary – Am I Strong (LIVE SESSION)
Lucy’s Diary – Rock Kicks (LIVE SESSION)
Lucy’s Diary – Pieces Of Me (LIVE SESSION)
Lucy’s Diary – Get Drunk And Kiss (LIVE SESSION)
Hansson + Karlsonn – Pick Up
Lucy’s Diary – ‘interview’
Trash Kit – Medicine
Rapid Results College – Café Girl

Presented by: deXter Bentley + Dan Frost
Live sound engineer: Tom Kemp assisted by Jamie Kennett

Panel Borders: Ricky Rouse has a gun

Panel Borders: Ricky Rouse has a gun

Continuing a month of shows about the work of comic book creators who mix together different cultures and mediums in their work, Alex Fitch talks to playwright and film maker Jörg Tittel about writing his debut graphic novel Ricky Rouse has a Gun, a satire on Western movie violence and China’s ‘knock-off economy’, published by SelfMadeHero. Fitch and Tittel discuss how the project evolved from a film script to a graphic novel, the process of working with artist John Aggs and whether the writer’s own background of an upbringing in different cultures fed in to the story on the page. (Recorded at Cartoon County, Brighton, September 2014, originally broadcast 13th November 2014 on Resonance 104.4 FM)

Ricky Rouse meets Alex Fitch (photo by Sam Humphrey) / images from ...has a Gun

Ricky Rouse meets Alex Fitch / images from …has a Gun

For more info and a variety of different formats you can stream or download, please visit the home of this podcast at www.archive.org

Links: Ricky Rouse website
Jörg Tittel’s page on Twitter
Cartoon County website

Podcast + playlist: Hello GoodBye – 15.11.14 – Ft: The Houserockers + Oh! Gunquit

The Houserockers
Oh! Gunquit
Live music on Resonance FM‘s Hello GoodBye this Saturday lunchtime featuring classic Rock’n'Roll from The Houserockers and raucous Rumble-Bop from Oh! Gunquit.

PODCAST
Trummor and Orgel – Worlds Collide
The Houserockers – Lonely Man (LIVE SESSION)
The Houserockers – Shorty The Barber (LIVE SESSION)
The Houserockers – Blue Moon Baby (LIVE SESSION)
The Houserockers – One Kiss (LIVE SESSION)
The Houserockers – Blue Swingin’ Mama (LIVE SESSION)
The Houserockers – Bye Bye (LIVE SESSION)
The Houserockers – ‘interview’
Vic Godard and the Subway Sect – 1979 Now! (intro)
The Fish Police – Japanese Girl
The Au Pairs – You
Gardyloo Spew – Teenage Sluts
Pit Ponies – Furies
Lucy’s Diary – Pieces Of Me
Sun Ra Arkestra – Where Pathways Meet / Manuel Senfft’s sonification of The Rosetta Comet
Oh! Gunquit – Caves (LIVE SESSION)
Oh! Gunquit – Sinkhole (LIVE SESSION)
Oh! Gunquit – Head Bites Tail (LIVE SESSION)
Oh! Gunquit – Pony Boy (LIVE SESSION)
Oh! Gunquit – Bad Bad Milk (LIVE SESSION)
The Deltas – Spellbound
Oh! Gunquit – ‘interview’

Presented by: deXter Bentley + Dan Cross
Live sound engineers: Tom Kemp + Lisa Geurts

Panel Borders: …there is Joost Swarte

Panel Borders: …there is Joost Swarte

Starting a month of shows about the work of comic book creators who mix together different cultures and mediums in their work, Alex Fitch talks to acclaimed Dutch cartoonist and graphic designer Joost Swarte about his career so far. Fitch and Swarte discuss the latter’s covers for The New Yorker and RAW magazine (also reprinted as the front of the Tate coffee table book Comics Art), the Fantagraphics collection of his strip work “Is that all there is?” and the artist’s work in designing children’s books, theatrical architecture and stained glass windows.
(Recorded in front of an audience at The Lakes International Comic Art Festival, October 2014, originally broadcast 6th November 2014 on Resonance 104.4 FM)

Covers and comic strips by Joost Swarte

Covers and comic strips by Joost Swarte

For more info and a variety of different formats you can stream or download, please visit the home of this podcast at www.archive.org

Links: Joost’s website
More info about Fantagraphics’ collection Is that all there is?
Page about the event on the LICAF website

Podcast and playlist: Hello GoodBye – 08.11.14 – Ft: Flemmings + Emma Tricca + Anguish Sandwich

Flemmings
Emma Tricca
Anguish Sandwich

The Hello Goodbye Show with live music on Resonance FM from Pan-European, South London racket makers Flemmings, Northampton based indie-rock, noise-niks Anguish Sandwich plus, guitar picking, Italian born folk singer Emma Tricca.

PLAYLIST
Flemmings – Wizards (LIVE SESSION)
Flemmings – So (LIVE SESSION)
Flemmings – Fake Identity (LIVE SESSION)
Flemmings – I’m Afraid I’m A Jerk (LIVE SESSION)
Flemmings – Real Good Fun (LIVE SESSION)
Flemmings – Public School (LIVE SESSION)
Flemmings – Something Gross (LIVE SESSION)
Flemmings – ‘interview’
Roshi feat. Pars Radio – Oosh Badaam Ber Goz
Emma Tricca – Sunday Revery (LIVE SESSION)
Emma Tricca – All The Pretty Flowers (LIVE SESSION)
Emma Tricca – Coffee Time (LIVE SESSION)
Emma Tricca – Golden Chimes (LIVE SESSION)
Emma Tricca – Drunken Conclusions (LIVE SESSION)
Segeant Buzfuz – Gold Feelings
Vic Godard and the Subway Sect – Born To Be A Rebel
Houserockers – Bye Bye Baby
Oh! Gunquit – Caves
Emma Tricca – ‘interview’
Anguish Sandwich – Of Your Heart (LIVE SESSION)
Anguish Sandwich – Carol (LIVE SESSION)
Anguish Sandwich – Levity (LIVE SESSION)
Anguish Sandwich – ‘untitled new song’ (LIVE SESSION)
Anguish Sandwich – ‘interview’

Presented by: deXter Bentley + Dan Frost
Live sound engineers: Lisa Geurts + Beth Rogers (assisted by Jamie Kennett)

Free Lab Radio – Guest Mix Sataan Al Hassan

Free Lab Radio, produced in Dubai for Resonance104.4FM>Stream on Mixcloud or download the mp3 from Soundcloud.

Sataan Al-HassanSataan Al-Hassan, embracing the chance to “finally make a mix that allows the use of favourites with no restriction to genre”, brings us his recent playlist, selected and mixed especially for Free Lab Radio.

Al-Hassan grew up in Tunisia, Belgium, Luxembourg and is from Jordan. Now based in the UAE he is a self taught radio and club DJ, and the film programme coordinator at the Sharjah Art Foundation.

Broadcasts Saturday nights 11-midnight, UK time, repeats Thursdays 2-3am.

On air on 104.4FM on your radio across London. Listen online elsewhere with Radio Player.