Friday, June 5, 2009

PODCAST FEED: PILOT # 3: This Is It!


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Some 21st century strategies for the manifesto, including an interview with the artist Liam Gillick about his Berlin Statement made at the Hamburger Bahnhof on February 12th 2009; a chat with scholar McKenzie Wark author of  A Hacker Manifesto; and a meeting with David Reinfurt of O-R-G  and Dexter Sinister that, among other things,  parses some emerging language in contemporary art production. 

PILOT is made up of three two-hour radio programs thinking about 21st century strategies for the manifesto. Broadcasting from WXBC Bard College Radio in April and May 2009. 

Artist Projects: 'Appearances" by Alejandro Cesarco & Judi Werthein, and "The Parallel Chorus" by Benjamin Tiven. Live sound composition by artist Kenji Garland. 

Unedited audio of live program.

Please comment on this program at welcometopilot@gmail.com, or here.

Curated by Bartholomew Ryan.

Tags:
O-R-G, Dexter Sinister, Shannon Ebner, Alejandro Cesarco, Judi Werthein, Walker Art Center, David Reinfurt, Dot Dot Dot, Stuart Bailey, McKenzie Wark, The Hacker Manifesto, A Hacker Manifesto, Nicolas Bourriaud, Hardt & Negri, Karl Marx,  Vectoralist, The New School, intellectual property, copyleft, patents, Institute for the Future of the Book, Gamer Theory, Alicia Hall Moran, Jason Moran, Mary Halvorsen, Benjamin Tiven, Theodor Adorno, Minima Moralia, John Keller, Guy Debord,  Liam Gillick, Berlin Statement, Venice Biennale, Nicolas Schaffhausen, Manifesto, Bartholomew Ryan, PILOT, WXBC Bard College Radio.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

PODCAST FEED: PILOT # 2: Manifesto In An Expanded Field


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PILOT, Program Two: 
An extended conversation with the artist Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Artist In Residence at the Department of Sanitation in New York City for over 30 years, and author of the Manifesto for Maintenance Art, 1969!

PILOT is made up of three two-hour radio programs thinking about 21st century strategies for the manifesto. Broadcasting from WXBC Bard College Radio in April and May 2009. 

Artist Projects: 'Appearances" by Alejandro Cesarco & Judi Werthein, and "The Parallel Chorus" by Benjamin Tiven. Live sound composition by artist Kenji Garland. 

Unedited audio of live program.

Please comment on this program at welcometopilot@gmail.com, or here.

Curated by Bartholomew Ryan.

Tags:
Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Alejandro Cesarco, Judi Werthein, Benjamin Tiven, Kenji Garland, Clement Dodd, 7th Street, Studio One, Dub music, Reggae, Donald Judd, Robert Morris, Robert Smithson, Mark Rothko, Richard Serra, Marcel Duchamp, Jackson Pollock, Lucy Lippard, Minimalism, Land Art, Eco-Art, New York City Sanition Department, conceptual art, institutional critique, decolonisation, manifesto, maintenance art, c. 7500, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Whitney Museum of American Art, Wadsworth Atheneum, touch sanitation.



IT'S A WRAP!




Bartholomew Ryan and Kenji Garland, WXBC Bard College Radio Studio: It's A Wrap.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Comment Post: PILOT #3: This Is It!

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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Comment Post: PILOT #2: Manifesto In an Expanded Field

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Thursday, May 7, 2009

PODCAST FEED: PILOT #1B: Recording of MANIFESTO! event

PODCAST Feed for PILOT 1B, a recording of live MANIFESTO!  event at Bard College on April 13, 2009. Readings include:

Gerrard Winstanley, The Diggers Song (1650), read by Fionn Meade; Sergei Eisenstein, Montage of Attractions (1923), read by Sam Stonefield; Mina Loy, Feminist Manifesto (1914), read by Sofia Pia Belenky; Wyndham Lewis, BLAST (1914), read by Diana Stevenson; Theo van Doesburg and Others, Manifesto I of De Stijl (1918), read by Niko Vicario;  F.T. Marinetti, Xenomanes (1931), read by Michael Nickerson; Antonin Artaud,  All Writing Is Pigshit (anthologized 1965), read by Katerina Llanes; Robin Morgan, Goodbye to All That (1970), read by Adam Pendleton & Wendy Vogel; Joyce Stevens, “Because” (1975), read by Kate Menconeri; Guerilla Art Action Group, The Definitive/ist Manifesto (1981), read by Christina Linden; Gustave Metzger, Manifesto Auto-Destructivist Art (1960), read by Niko Vicario; Alexei Shulgin,  Art Power and Communication (1996), read by Hajnalka Somogyi; Susie Ramsay and Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, OK Art Manifesto, (2001), read by Jessica Wilcox; PILOT,  First (crisis) Epiphany Manifesto (2009), read by Bartholomew Ryan.

Order of list reflects at times scheduling needs of some readers. Sound Composition and radio introduction by Kenji Garland.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Manifesto in an Expanded Field rescheduled to next week!

I regret to say that I am quite sick today, not swine flu, but a bad throat. I can't really speak, and therefore can't really present. What I have decided to do is run program two on May 12th, an extended interview with Mierle Laderman Ukeles, and the projects by Alejandro Cesarco & Judi Werthein, and Benjamin Tiven. The third program will run on May 19th. Tonight I will play full documentation from the MANIFESTO! reading that took place in Bard College on April 13, 2009. There is a lot in there, and hopefully some of you will enjoy it. I will podcast it like the other shows. OK, best of luck, and if you can't listen tonight, be sure to tune in next week. 

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