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Episode 2

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2 Stones & 1 Bird

The second and final episode of 2 Stones & 1 Bird. On this episode we have 4 Stories. Hosted by Jacob Gibbs & Savon SIms

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Episode 1

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2 Stones & 1 Bird

This is our very first episode of 2 Stones & 1 Bird. To start things off, we have Denzel interviewing Cassie Wagler about what she does at Pioneer Works, and her hopes for the future of the organization. Then, Javon interviews Joseph, AKA Black Joe.

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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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Jaiko & Benoit

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Artist Profiles

Jaiko Suzuki & Benoit Guerroue stop by the Clocktower studio to talk about their current residency at Pioneer Works. Jake Nussbaum chats with J&B about their collaborative process, the genesis of their PW residency, and their goals as a band.

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School of Apocalypse Radio: Itzhak Beery

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School of Apocalypse Radio

Itzhak Beery joins us to discuss the role of art in creating narratives of survival, how aboriginal cultures use Western technology, and how Westerners can use aboriginal technologies to help us all survive.

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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: Marissa Prefer

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School of Apocalypse Radio

Marissa Prefer takes us from floating food forests to the intersections of pedagogy and art. A visit from some young guests brings us into a surprisingly insightful conversation about what is considered essential learning today in New York City schoo

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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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Virgin Writes: Esperanza Spalding & Yuka C. Honda

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Pioneer Works Radio Channel

Esperanza Spalding and Yuka C. Honda in conversation leading up to their debut performance of Virgin Writes an exclusive evening of lyrical Butoh staging of the ancient greek mythological story of Iphigenia. Presented at Pioneer Works, January 2017.

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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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Sheananigans: Becca Ryskalcyzk

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Sheananigans 2.0

Discussion with Becca Ryskalcyzk of Bethlehem Steel. Hosted by Luke Chiaruttni, theme music by Emma Witmer of gobbinjr

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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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Jake Nussbaum hosts a Second Sundays interview with Copenhagen-based multidisciplinary artist and Pioneer Works resident Helene Nymann.

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Jake Nussbaum interviews painter, installation artist, and Pioneer Works resident Laura Morrison during Second Sundays.

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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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Beyond the Subtitles Top Ten of 2016

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Beyond the Subtitles

Your host Stephen Schaefer counts down his 10 favorite films of the past year.

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Second Sundays: Gonzalo Guerrero

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Clocktower Exhibits & Events

Discussion with Chilean multidisciplinary artist, Gonzalo Guerrero, the creator of Primary Interactions, currently on view at Clocktower's "Cove" exhibition space, located on the third floor of the Pioneer Works building.

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Tapemania #6

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Second Sundays Concert Series

This edition of Tapemania features Laura Hajek, David Lackner (of GALTTA), Adventures of the Silver Spaceman, Party Lab recordings with Joe Ahearn, and Birch Cooper from MSHR.

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Sandra Huller, Maren Ade: Toni Erdmann

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Beyond the Subtitles

It is doubtful there will be a more powerful, mesmerizing or amusing performance this year than the one given by Germany’s Sandra Huller in writer-director Maren Ade’s critically praised, unclassifiable Toni Erdmann.

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Sculptor Shechet sits down with Corwin to discuss the range of her current exhibitions. First up: Porcelain, No Simple Matter at The Frick Collection (2016-2017) features work created during a residency at the Meissen porcelain factory.

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Actor (Sons of Anarchy) and screenwriter Taylor Sheridan talks from his isolated Western ranch about the kick of having two of his original scripts realized to critical and popular acclaim.

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Robertson on her book the form of Cinema of the Present rethinking lyric and epic poetry through feminism, experimentation versus subjectivity, prose versus verse, the persistence of beauty, pleasure, and the aesthetic.

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AASF: Geir Haraldseth, Sommerskolen

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The Alternative Art School Fair Radio

Dylan Gauthier hosts Geir Haraldseth of Sommerskolen about the history of the alternative school, curatorial party-packs, confetti, jokes, the curator algorithm, and getting weird.

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