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Clocktower's Jake Nussbaum hosts Alva Mooses to discuss her publication Correspondence between NYC & P-au-P and In Various Tongues, an upcoming reading at Pioneer Books.

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Four Generations: A Panel Discussion

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New York Public Library

Filled with countless insights and treasures, the new book Four Generations: The Joyner Giuffrida Collection of Abstract Art is a journey through one of the most exceptional collections of art in...

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Conversations With Bina48 – Stephanie Dinkins

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Clocktower Radio Profiles

Did you ever think you’d grow up to talk to a robot that looked like you? / David Colosi discusses with artist Stephanie Dinkins her conversations with AI entity Bina48 (created by Martine...

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Avram Finkelstein

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The Interview Show

After meeting for the first time at the Forward Union Fair in December, Will Corwin invited the artist/activist Avram Finkelstein to come to the Clocktower studios and talk about his work as well as offering an assessment of the state of activism.

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On Wednesday, January 25, 2017, 6:00-8:00pm, QCA hosted the first of its Creative Conversations at Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning.

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Through their School of Apocalypse working groups, Nelesi Rodriguez and Danica Selem have sought to reintegrate movement in pedagogical and architectural practices.

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School of Apocalypse Radio: David Brooks

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School of Apocalypse Radio

Our conversation with artist David Brooks brings us from what makes Brooks a terrible scientist, to the trouble with “Anthropocene” and what it takes to perceive outside one’s lifespan.

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School of Apocalypse Radio: Katherine McLeod

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School of Apocalypse Radio

We talk with the brilliant Katherine McLeod about biological research stations, moving New York into the Jungle, and the process of becoming indigenous.

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School of Apocalypse Radio: Prologue

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School of Apocalypse Radio

The founders of School of Apocalypse talk about how notions of survival have helped them ground a school for creative practice in what is essential.

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Tal Beery, Catherine Despont, Rachel Haberstroh, Eugenia Manwelyan, Adam Stennett

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Memory Networks: Helene Nymann + Lauren Silbert

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Pioneer Works Radio Channel

Pioneer Works residency director Regine Basha leads artist-in-residence Helene Nymann and in-house neuroscientist, Lauren Silbert in a discussion exploring the art of memory, the brain, and learning techniques to exercise memory networks.

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2MF: The Post Election Special

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2MF (2 Many Feelings)

This special post-election episode of 2MF features a conversation with 2MF alums Amy Beecher and Joshua Smith. We also revisit the artist Lee Lozano and her words “human first, artist second.”

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Richard Foreman: Pandering to the Masses, Part 2

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Historic Audio from the Archives of Charles Ruas

This is the second part in a discussion between Ruas and a pioneering experimental theater playwright. The two talk about the varying guises and roles assigned to inanimate objects, and how these things are no different from the actors themselves.

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Jake Nussbaum hosts a series of interviews featuring Victoria Keddie, David Fierman, and Catherine Gaffney.

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On December 9, 2016, participants from various IdeasCity residencies came to the Clocktower radio studio to share their experiences living and making art in New York City, Detroit, and Athens, Greece.

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Second Sundays: Pioneer Works Resident Daniel Temkin

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Second Sundays Concert Series

Jake Nussbaum hosts a new edition of Second Sundays, where he discusses coding languages, algorithms, and revealing the errors of computation with Pioneer Works resident Daniel Temkin.

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Electric Earth: Doug Aitken, Philippe Vergne

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New York Public Library

To celebrate the publication of his new catalog, Electric Earth, Doug Aitken discusses his work with Philippe Vergne, Director of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, where the artist's first full-scale survey exhibition opened in Sept. 2016

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2MF with Sister

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2MF (2 Many Feelings)

This episode of 2MF features a conversation with artists Jenny Lee and Zuriel Waters of Sister Gallery following a meeting at Knockdown Center on November 20, 2016.

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AASF: Re-Incorporating Art In Everyday Life

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The Alternative Art School Fair Radio

Moderated by Grizedale Arts, School of Apocalypse, NERTM, and The Sunview Luncheonette discuss the framework of instituting communal practices and aesthetics in everyday life.

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AASF: Keynote: The Architecture of Arts Education

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The Alternative Art School Fair Radio

Noted architect and educator Dr. Craig L. Wilkins, PhD, RA presents on what it means to make-do spatially, drawing on his work as a practitioner and activist, and suggest ways we can co-create radical, challenging, and empowering educational spaces.

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AASF: Art and Democracy

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The Alternative Art School Fair Radio

Moderated by Provisions Library, UNIDEE, UOIEA, and The Black School discuss what is art’s role in shaping education for social change and engaged citizenry?

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AASF: How can alternative systems impact traditional arts education?

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The Alternative Art School Fair Radio

Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists' Residency, School of the Future, and artist Daniel Bozhkov discuss what happens when you inject elements of alternative art school practices into established institutions? Moderated by Regine Basha.

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AASF: Keynote Panel: Imagining a School

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Pioneer Works Radio Channel

A panel discussion featuring Carol Becker, Luis Camnitzer, Dorothea Rockburne, and Victoria Sobel; moderated by Catherine Despont.

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Dark Matter

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Scientific Controversies

Our observable universe shines with the light of hundreds of billions of galaxies, each with hundreds of billions of stars, vast clouds of gas and dust, nebula cast off in explosions — a zoo of luminous objects.

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BIG GIRL PANTIES

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#trashDAY

Welp, it's finally happened. White intellectuals didn't get what they wanted, and we have a reality TV star, slash bankrupt real estate impresario, as Commander-In-Chief.

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Richard Foreman: Pandering to the Masses, Part 1

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Historic Audio from the Archives of Charles Ruas

"When I write, I am essentially talking to myself," says Foreman, in this interview with Charles Ruas from 1975. During their discussion, he goes on to explain his creative process and insights into his interest in concepts surrounding conscious.

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In celebration of the publication of Louise Nevelson: Light and Shadow art historian/biographer Wilson discusses the life and art of one of the great sculptors of the 20th century, and her unshakeable confidence, even in the face of failure.

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The Naropa Institute: Art of Poetry, Part II

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Historic Audio from the Archives of Charles Ruas

Ocean of Great Joy. Dharma Lion Peace Heart, Inkstone Ocean Ten Thousand Waves, and Dance of all the Good, are joined by their colleagues at the Naropa Institute to read their work and exchange their ideas about Tibetan Buddhist poetry.

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