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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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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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2 Stones & 1 Bird

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2 Stones & 1 Bird is a radio show about Red Hook: Red Hook fashion, comedy, friends, music, movies, and work. It comes from the minds of five young men in the neighborhood and features their smart and comedic take on these topics and more.

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The Henning Christiansen Trilogy: Part 2

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Experimental Composers

In preparation for a forthcoming project on Henning Christiansen (1932-2008), Blank Forms' Lawrence Kumpf and Adrian Rew present an overview of the Danish composer and...

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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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QCA's Creative Conversations

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Creative Conversations is a signature program of the Queens Council on the Arts. It is a monthly dinner meeting hosted in different Queens neighborhoods where artists can share their experiences and network.

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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

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Every Second Sunday at Pioneer Works, School of Apocalypse hosts a five hour long, marathon discussion in the airstream trailer about apocalypse, survival, and the cultural role of creative practice

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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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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: 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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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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The Far Becomes Near is a four part radio series creatively archiving the history of radio broadcasting in the United Arab Emirates, from before the UAE’s formation to current digital systems. The programmes...

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Bossa Made in Japan

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Sonoridade

For the new edition of Sonoridade, host and producer Béco Dranoff has invited Brazilian music connoisseur Mr. Willie Whopper from Tokyo, to select current Bossa Nova, MPB and...

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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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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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AEL: Art + Economics Laboratory

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The Interview Show

Curator Ian Cofre stops by the Clocktower studio, with comrades Natasha Bunten and Daniel Johnson --all three members of a think tank/working group called AEL: Art + Economics Laboratory.

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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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#trashDAY Live at MoCADA

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#trashDAY

On Friday December 16, 2016, Clocktower Radio’s #trashDAY went full gonzo with a live audience broadcast at Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) in Brooklyn.

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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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