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Free Lab Radio Podcast- Petro-Subjectivity + Bolivia

Petro-Subjectivity and Institutional Laws for Mother Earth in Bolivia at the 2 Degrees Festival, hosted by Arts Admin. This Free Lab Radio podcast features (in this order):

– Activist and environmentalist Brett Bloom on deep listening and Petro-Subjectivity,

– The 2 Degrees team on the Hackathon with The Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination and this year’s festival in general at Toynbee Hall.

– The Ambassador of Bolivia in UK, Roberto Calzadilla speaking on his country’s constitutional rights of Mother Earth

We also ask Brett what music he is listening to that might be the playlist for the 2 Degrees movement: The Swans and Bad Brains.

The 2 Degrees Festival ran 1-7 June, 2015 at Toynbee Studios, London. “ART. CLIMATE. ACTION.” Listen on air if you are one of London’s 10 million inhabitants, otherwise use this handy app.

Free Lab Radio: Petro-Subjectivity + Laws for Mother Earth in Bolivia, 2 Degrees Festival/Arts Admin by Fari B on Mixcloud

Six Pillars: Sultan Al Qassemi on the JAOU Conference, Tunis

Six Pillars JAOU Tunis with Sultan Al Qassemi and Chris Weaver by 6pillars

jaousquareAfter the Bardo Museum attacks on tourists earlier this year, JAOU festival and symposium is more than ever set to hold its annual arts events at the Tunis museum in Tunisia. Sound artist Chris Weaver interviews founder of the Barjeel Foundation, UAE and renowned Arab affairs commentator Sultan Al Qassemi about his participation in JAOU Tunis, from Dubai where they are both currently living. “Personally I’m very much intrigued by post-revolution art and culture in Tunisia. Tunisia is constantly now ranked as the only free country in the Arab world, what does that mean for art, does that mean there is a higher ceiling? What about the taboo subjects that we face in the gulf and other parts of the Middle East and North Africa, can you broach them? Can you approach them? This is a unique opportunity to witness first hand in Tunisia.” Broadcasts Tuesday 21.30 GMT, repeats Thursday 16:00 GMT. http://www.sixpillars.org

Free Lab Radio – East Asia, Go!

Free Lab Radio – East Asia, Go! by Fari B

“You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming.”

This Saturday night we sampled electronica tracks from and evoking East Asia.

With Free Lab Radio host Fari B.

Going out 11-midnight GMT on 104.4FM if you are one of London’s 7 million Londoners, or online elsewhere, use this handy Radioplayer.

Repeats Thursday 2am.

http://freelabradio.blogspot.com and www.resonancefm.com

Six Pillars Podcast – East Wing Gallery, United Arab Emirates

Six Pillars – East Wing Gallery, Dubai by 6pillars

At a time when photography as an artistic medium is undergoing continual changes and challenges, a new gallery in Dubai focuses specifically on the medium. Having expanded and strained under the onset of digital photography and the smart phone camera boom, the art form is now faced with the proliferation of the image, a flood of low-grade images in places once reserved for those of the highest quality amongst other challenges.
We speak to the director of East Wing, Elie Domit about his interest in and dedication to photography, and the show ‘Ramadam in Yemen‘, a series of one-off prints taken in the early 90s around the mountain villages of Yemen by Australian photographer Max Pam, decorated with diary notes scribbled on the sides of these very personal postcards.

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Broadcasts Thurs 19:30 BST, repeats Wed 2am BST. Listen on 104.4FM in London & www.resonancefm.com/listen
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Free Lab Radio – Sleeve Notes

This show’s all about the sleeve notes, in the age of the mp3 that comes
without a real gift that can be touched and physically enjoyed, we play
tracks from CDs and delve into the sleeves. Featured are Jerome Bourdellon, album Trajet Solo, track: Papaoel. Sudori -the album by Pino Minafra, track Trib-Bal.  Plus author /musician Kirk Lake, the album The Black Lights, two
tracks Clarke Vs Tyson and “Finish your drink so I can get your glass
to the wall there’s something more interesting happening next door
Plus ‘Kymatik’ with their album Dars Al Sulh, Dentists for Mice. Boogie Balagan, with Mojo Lady 75 and Dalida Blooz (the Baboosh Remix). The CD by Flame Proof Moth (previously The Boycott CocaCola Experience) Album: Women Should be in Charge; Retail Opera and Gas. Kate Bush with Ariel from the double album, called Ariel. Secret Archives of the Vatican, with the track Isa Al Hamid. Lastly Salif Keita, with his track Nou Pas Bouger, meaning Don’t move us.