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Jake Nussbaum

Jake Nussbaum is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, and radio producer based in Brooklyn. His recent public projects include Field Guide, a solo exhibition of costumes and maps; Ecstatic Ensemble, a feature article for INTERCOURSE Magazine; and Just the Facts and Pass the Bucket, a music radio show for WJSC-FM. In 2013 he was a Staff Artist at the Vermont Studio Center. He holds a degree in anthropology from Wesleyan University.



Intercourse Radio

From the rib of Pioneer Works' annual publication Intercourse Magazine comes Intercourse Radio. The aural extension of its printed counterpart, Intercourse Radio is a collection of interviews and audio highlights to further feed your inter-disciplinary curiosities.


Site : Sound, A Sonic Portrait

A sonic portrait of performances, site-specific lectures, and acousting happenings from series Site : Sound.


IdeasCity Radio

IdeasCity Radio was developed as a platform to exchange, discuss, share, and connect ideas and insights initiated during the IdeasCity fellowships in Detroit, Athens, and Arles. 


1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair

The New York edition of the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair showcases 17 exhibitors, presenting over 60 African and African diasporan artists.

Recordings of 1:54's many programs, artists, and related partners may be found on this page. 1:54 was initiated by Touria El Glaoui in 2013 in LondonMay 2016 marks the second edition of 1:54 New York, while 1:54 London ran its fourth consecutive year from the 5-9th of October 2016 at Somerset House.


A reference to the fifty-four countries that constitute the African continent, the title of 1:54 establishes the parameters of the fair’s ethos: as a platform that strives to represent multiplicity and showcase the diversity of contemporary African art and cultural production on an international stage. The 2016 1:54 Art Fair was accompanied by an educational and artistic program curated by Koyo Kouoh and includes lectures, film screenings, and panel debates featuring leading international curators, artists, and art experts.


CB Radio

CB Radio was inspired by the research, design, and development of Citizen Bridge, a temporary floating bridge to reconnect New Yorkers to their waterways. 


Expandable Sound

Musical portraits exploring how knowledge is created and shared in jazz and improvised music. Including Bill Frisell, Pheeroan akLaff, Amina Claudine Myers, and more. 



#trashDAY hosts and visual artists Kenya (Robinson) and Doreen Garner elevate the vernacular of urban fiction, reality television, gossip publications, social dance, and fashion, and use it as a point of departure for satire and social commentary. 


Paper Cuts

Paper Cuts is an exploration of the contemporary world of zines and DIY publishing. Hosted by Christopher Kardambikis, each program features writers, performers, and artists who have shared their work in print, on paper, and in small editions. Zines are truly dynamic publications that have built and supported engaged communities around ideals, experiences, genres, music, politics, poetry…anything that can be printed, shared, and/or mailed. The series will act as a cross section of this varied landscape and rich history. Listen to voices that would normally live in your hands and demand your eyeballs.


Mollie McKinley : Salt Priestess

Curator David Everitt Howe and artist Mollie McKinley join Jake Nussbaum in the Clocktower station to discuss McKinley's exhibition Salt Priestess.


IdeasCity Athens: Introducing IdeasCity Radio

An introduction to the IdeasCity Radio in Athens, the collaborative project between Clocktower and IdeasCity, as explained by Karen Wong (New Museum), Joe Ahearn (Clocktower), and Vere van Gool (IdeasCity).


Season 2, Ep.1 : Murray Fisher, Billion Oyster Project

This season of CB Radio explores the waterways that make up New York's 6th Borough. Starting with Governors Island, in the center of the harbor, our hosts make their way farther north to the navy yard, Newtown CreekHunt's Point, and circle back down to Coney Island and Jamaica Bay.


Beachside Happening Pt.2 : Julia Santoli and Lea Bertucci

This episode of Site : Sound takes us off the grid for a sonic happening and acoustic intervention at a bunker in Fort Tilden, Rockaway.


Beachside Happening Pt.3 : GABI with Mara Mayer and Marilu Donovan

This episode of Site : Sound takes us off the grid for a sonic happening and acoustic intervention at a bunker in Fort TildenRockaway.


Jeremy Sigler, My Vibe

Host David Colosi sits down with Jeremy Sigler to talk about … poetry. In My Vibe, through the device of hyper-personal prose poems, Sigler explores the loneliness of the poet.


Beachside Happening Pt.1 : Sarah Heinnes

This episode of Site : Sound takes us off the grid for a sonic happening and acoustic intervention at a bunker in Fort TildenRockaway.


IdeasCity Arles: Rem Koolhaas, Countryside

Recorded live from IdeasCity ArlesPublic Conference, this episode of IdeasCity Radio features a keynote lecture delivered by prolific architect Rem Koolhaas on the topic of countryside.


IdeasCity Arles: Friday Night

Arleasean IdesCity Arles fellow Thibault Franc and Carro-based french-native Marc Troulier discuss Arles; the urbanization of the French countryside, and share their experiences as arts activists and organizers within their respective cities of residence.


IdeasCity Arles: Cared For

IdeasCity Arles fellows Salome AsegaMaría Elena Ortiz, Rasu JilaniNatasha Marie Llorens, and others, reflect on their initial impressions of Arles, over a selection of international hip-hop tracks.



Since the 1970s, quadraphonic sound has been discarded by the commercial audio world, only to be adopted by experimental composers and sound artists. Almost fifty years later, as we find ourselves in a state of technological saturation, what does it mean to continue the use of quad? Presented in collaboration with Lea Bertucci at Pioneer Works, sound artists explore four varying approaches to quadraphonic sound and its mesmeric effects in performance and 4-channel video work, centered around a specially designed quadraphonic cello. WARNING: There will be strobe lights at the last performance at 10:20PM RSVP: HERE


ST4NKLOV3 : TrapBack Season

Single-payer healthcare and poppin' tags, ST4NKLOV3 is back with another edition.  


Second Sundays: SKOTE

Jill Pangallo and Alex P White (a.k.a SKOTE) join us in-studio for Second Sundays to discuss their residency at Pioneer Works, long-term friendship, and the theraputic magic of camp, movement, and costuming.


Second Sundays With Angel Nevarez and Valerie Tevere

Pioneer Works resident Angel Nevarez expnds upon the origins of An Exothermic Revoluction, a participatory kinetic turntable sculpture developed with collaborator Valerie Tevere. 


Primal Screams

A raucous night of underground bands with strong female forces, featuring Screaming Females, Guardian Alien, and Priests, hosted in the AMC Empire 25 movie theater right in the heart of Times Square.

Each defiant performance of howling, shredding, and polyrhythmic drumming is accompanied by the premiere of an eye-popping experimental video work, glowing on the theater’s monumental screen. Click HERE to check out the Primal Screams Video. Zine Fair + DJ Set: 7PM The evening kicks off with a zine fair in the lobby of the theater, organized by Paper Jam, a twice-annual small press, mini-comic, zine spread held at the Silent Barn in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Plus, a live set by DJ Cassie Ramone (of Vivian Girls). Show: 8PM Videos


Screaming Females Live at Primal Screams

A live concert recording of the New Brunswick band Screaming Females, playing an epic roster of songs filled with wild vocals and shrieking guitar solos, in a movie theater in Times Square for the multimedia event Primal Screams on March 15, 2016. The show spanned the group's whole musical career (including tunes from their 2015 album, Rose Mountain), and was accompanied by a video animation by Faye Orlove projected on the theater's massive screen. Primal Screams was a raucous night of underground bands with strong female forces, featuring Screaming Females, Guardian Alien, and Priests, hosted in the AMC Empire 25 movie theater, in collaboration with Times Square Arts. Each defiant performance of howling, shredding, and polyrhythmic drumming was accompanied by the premiere of an experimental video work, glowing on the theater’s monumental screen.


Screaming Females in Times Square

Our host Jake Nussbaum caught up with Screaming Females over the phone while the band was in the van and on the move on tour, in anticipation of the multimedia event Primal Screams, presented by Times Square Arts and Clocktower at the AMC Empire 25 movie theater in the heart of Times Square on March 152016.


Psychic TV: Genesis Breyer P-Orridge & Edley ODowd

The singer, songwriter, poet, and visionary Genesis Breyer P-Orridge (Throbbing Gristle) and Edley ODowd, her collaborator, drummer, designer, and director discuss the reincarnation of the psychedelic band Psychic TV and reveal the passion, precision, and philosophy behind it. Plus songs from the live show, recording engineered by James Clark. Jake Nussbaum hosts. The three discuss restarting the band after a hiatus, the album Snakes (the 2014 album created after Genesis P-Orridge's trip to Benin focusing the voodoo culture), process, poetry, practicalities, and the moral relevance of creative invention. Opening March 11, 2016 at the Rubin Museum in NYC, “Try to Altar Everything”, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge explores the role of devotion, ritual, Hindu mythology, and gender identity in the artist’s practice. Anyone interested in Genesis will be thrilled to hear her Clocktower Radio interview from 2007 where she candidly (as always) discusses her early history, Throbbing Gristle, and Pigface, among others, and reveals many resonant truths (as always).


MANIA : Yatta Zoker

YATTA is a Sierra-Leonean American digipoet and performer who remixes shamanic sounds with their jazz vocals to create music to lie down in.


Site : Sound at Knockdown Center

Site : Sound is a series of intimate site-specific lectures, sonic-spatial interventions, and performances, which took place across New York, from April 23 to June 25, 2017.


Knockdown Center : TILT Brass

Recorded live at Knockdown Center, Maspeth, NY, TILT Brass delivered a roving brass performance. Using the entire central hearth of Knockdown's converted glass factory building, this performance recording is a testament to the force and versatility of brass instrumentation.


Season 2, Ep.4 : Matthew Friday, SPURSE

For this episode of CB Radio, hosts interview Matthew Friday--an educator and transdisciplinary artist whose research focuses on the development of apparatuses and systems that examine and provoke new political ecologies.


Harold Schimmel Pt.2, Talk

In Close Listening program two on Harold Schimmel, he talks about his decision to write in Hebrew -- a language he hardly knew.


Season 2, Ep.6 : Marina Zurkow and Bob Braine

This episode features media artist Marina Zurkow, who's work explores near-impossible nature-culture intersections, researching “wicked problems” like invasive species and superfund sites.


Season 2, Ep.7 : Helen Georgas and Nicole Miller, Underwater NY

The CB Radio team is joined by Helen Georgas and Nicole Miller to discuss their project Underwater New York; a digital journal of writing, art, and music inspired by the waterways that surround New York City and the objects submerged within them.


Season 2, Ep.5 : Christy Gast, Contested Landscapes

CB Radio hosts interview artist Christy Gast whose work across media reflects her interest in issues of economics and the environment, and the role of content in giving meaning to the experience and form of the work.


IdeasCity Arles: And, We're Off!

Vere van GoolAssociate Director of IdeasCityLadi'sasha JonesProject Manager for IdeasCity, and Clocktower's Program Director Joe Ahearn convene in the Clocktower station to discuss plans for IdeasCity Arles.


Milford Graves and Jean-Daniel Lafontant

In this episode of IntercourseMilford Graves and Jean-Daniel Lafontant discuss the connections between vodou drumming, heartbeat rhythms, and political revolution.


John Ashbery

In this episode of Intercourse, hear John Ashberry read from his selected works. American authors Geoffery O'BrienBen LernerMonica de la Torre, and John Yau discuss Ashberry's influence.


Season 2, Ep.2 : José Soegaard, Waterfront Alliance

For this episode of CB Radio, our hosts join José SoegaardDirector of Programs and Policy, at the Waterfront Alliance. 


Knockdown Center : Stine Motland

Experimental artist and musician Stine Motland delivers a vocally gymnastic performance from her Fake Synthetic Music project. Haunting and full of force, the audio was recorded live for Site : Sound's Knockdown Center Listening and Showcase in Maspeth, NY. 


Knockdown Center : Ashcan Orchestra

Performing live at Knockdown Center for Site : Sound's culminating showcase, Ashcan Orchestra delivered a spellcasting performance featuring a sound-responsive light show, bells, operatic vocals, and more.


Knockdown Center : Eli Keszler

As the final act of the evening, composer, and percussionist Eli Keszler delivered a powerful solo performance; situated just off the main stage in the heart of Knockdown Center


Knockdown Center : Lea Bertucci

Site : Sound curator and multi-instrumental composer, Lea Bertucci, delivers a performance of looped vocals and saxophone--orchestrating each interchangeably.


Second Sundays: Christina Daniels

The final Second Sundays program of Clocktower's Spring Season, Jake Nussbaum is joined in-studio at Pioneer Works, by Christina Daniels (Development, Pioneer Works).


Pearl Robinson, Climate Justice / Anais Maviel

For the second episode of She Resonates, our hosts sit down with Pearl Robinson, who works for the Rainforest Action Network (RAN), multidisciplinary performer, Anaïs Maviel.


IdeasCity Athens: Hanging with IdeasCity at Pioneer Works

On December 9, 2016, fellows 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 and how their time at IdeasCity has impacted their lives since.


DC Art Book Fair

Christopher Kardambikis heads into our nation's capital for the DC Art Book Fair. 


Finding a Line

Host Christopher Kardambikis takes a trip to Skate Bowl behind Union Market in Washington, DC to speak with guests Bruce AdamsBen AshworthSam BooJamie EarlyAmanda McDonaldLouis M Schmidt, and Anne Smith. 


Much Wuv

Christopher Kardambikis meets up with Ed Luce at the Los Angeles Art Book Fair on February 24th, 2017.  Luce is the San Francisco-based creator of Wuvable Oaf, a two-time Ignatz nominated series of comics and winner of the 2017 Lambda Literary Award for Best LGBTQ Graphic Novel.


Virtual Sounds : Anne Guthrie

Lecture No.2 of series Site : Sound  features a site-specific lecture by Anne Guthrie on May 21, 2017 at the Arup Soundlab in Lower Manhattan, NY. 


Prismatic Park Series, Lea Bertucci

Blank FormsAdrian Rew is joined by sound artist, composer, and woodwind player/extended technician Lea Bertucci. The two discuss a survey of Bertucci's recent work in anticipation of her weeklong public residency as part of Madison Square Park's Prismatic Park series.



Moving on to Philadelphia, Christopher Kardambikis talks to Nerissa Cooney, Lauren Downey, and Ricky Yanas at Ulises.


Where the Fuck is My Bag of Hair

While in Baltimore, MD Christopher Kardambikis talks to Suzanne Gold and Kelly Lloyd of HAIRCLUB, a collaborative research initiative into the multivalent topic of hair in our wider culture.


IdeasCity Arles: Naturally

A discussion about urban ecology in Arles, Detroit, Bogota, Perth, and more. Fellows Felipe Guerra and David Ayala-Alfonso lead-in with a selection of their favorite champeta tracks.


Pellinore Press

Christopher Kardambikis rolls through Baltimore again, this time stopping at Pellinore Press, owned and operated by Ursula West Minervini and Jonathon Poliszuk. 


Impulse Response : Daniel Neumann

Daniel Neumann's experimental lecture explores the relationship of sound to the passage of time and one's experience of the present.


Season 2, Ep.3 : Maria Aiolova, Terreform One

Maria Aiolova is part of Terreform One - a group of architects working to expand upon and illuminate the environmental possibilities in New York City. What does that mean? Answers to this question and more in this episode of CB Radio.


Detroit Book CIty

Christopher Kardambikis stops in Detroit to get the low down from  Ditto Ditto founder Maia Asshaq.


Baltimore Books

Christopher Kardambikis stops by Bookish in Baltimore to get the scoop from founders Shannon Partrick and Chris Zickefoose.


Elizabeth Streb and Lisa Randall

During this Intercourse, Elizabeth Streb talks about what's necessary and what's efficient and Lisa Randall discusses image manipulation.


Esperanza Spalding and Yuka Honda

This Intercourse gives us interviews with the wonderful Esperanza Spalding and Yuka C. Honda, as well as a recording of Virgin Writes.


Harold Schimmel Pt.1, Reading

On of two Close Listening programs on Harold Schimmel, this episode features a live reading of poetry in Hebrew and English. Schimmel reads a few early American (English) poems and then reads some of his Hebrew poemsoffering line-by-line spontaneous translations.


Anechoic Sounds : Lori Napoleon (Antenes)

Lecture No.3 of the Site : Sound series features muscian Lori Napoleon (Antenes), who lead a demonstration exploring the concept of silence and the psychoacoustic effects of anechoic (echo-less) sound on our senses over time.


Zimoun, host

Zeb, The Spy from Cairo, Recorded Live, producer

Zeal Harris, Following Miss Hurston to Haiti , producer

Your Boy Black Helmet Vol. 25, producer

Your Boy Black Helmet Vol. 24, producer

Your Boy Black Helmet Vol. 23, producer

Your Boy Black Helmet Vol. 22, producer

Your Boy Black Helmet Vol. 21 , producer

Yonatan Gat, producer

Yao Ramesar, Haiti Bride , producer

Xu Wang, Study of Soil , host


Woody Sullender, Furniture Music, producer

Winter Mendelson, Posture Magazine, producer

WHO YOU CALLIN’ A BITCH?!?, producer

WHATUP FAM?!? , producer

Wayne Barker, host

Virgin Writes: Esperanza Spalding & Yuka C. Honda, host

Vincent Cacchione, Soft Black + Caged Animals, producer

Unit 11 Roving Residency Launch: Victoria Keddie, Scott Kiernan, and Ed Bear , host

Twoubadou Eden Fel Concert , producer

Twouba Eden Fel (Kreyol) , producer

Twouba Eden Fel (English) , producer

Turtle Bugg, producer

Tuning In , producer

Tricksters, Foxes, Crows, and Chimeras, host

Toukadime: Taste of Morocco, producer

Toukadime: A Taste of Tunisia, producer

Toukadime: A Taste of Algeria, producer

Tom Bogaert, Rocket Number Nine, producer

Tim Berne, Blue Collar Composer, artist

Thomas C. Chung, Pan Patat, producer

Thomas C. Chung, Little by Little , producer

This Takes Place Close By , producer

The Surrealists of Haiti, producer

The Spookfish, Recorded Live, producer

The Spaces and The Book Spaces, producer

The Museum of Trance, host

The Caravan Stage Theatre Company, producer

That 90's BLOCKPARTY Though, producer

Tetraphonics: MSHR, producer

Tetraphonics: Lea Bertucci's Quadraphonic Cello, producer

Tetraphonics: Hubble (Ben Greenberg), producer

Tasso Bef/Fried Seasoned Beef, producer

Tapemania: Perfect Wave , host

Tapemania #6 , host

Tapemania #5 , host

Tapemania #4, host

Tapemania #3 , host

Tapemania #2 , host

Tapemania #1 , host

Taiko Masala, producer

Table for Won , producer

Stuart Baker DJ Set (Part 2) , producer

Stuart Baker DJ Set (Part 1), producer

Straight to the Practical, host

Stanley Nelson, The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution, producer

STANKLOVE: Episode 1, producer

St. Trinite String Quartet, producer

St. Trinité String Quartet , producer

Some Justice, host

Sir, You Will Doubtless be Astonished! An Interview with Laura Morrison , host

Shezad Dawood, producer

Shahzia Sikander + Anne Pasternak, Gopi-Contagion, producer

Seth Cluett: Rock, Paper, Zither, producer

Secretary Daniel Miller, producer

Second Sundays: Xenia Rubinos and Pitch Black Brass Band, producer

Second Sundays: Winter in Red Hook, host

Second Sundays: Weyes Blood & Chop and Quench , producer

Second Sundays: Videofreex, host

Second Sundays: Terry Dame and Smokey's Secret Family, producer

Second Sundays: Stephane Wrembel and Banda De Los Muertos, producer

Second Sundays: Pioneer Works Resident Daniel Temkin , host

Second Sundays: Pioneer Works Resident Artist Helene Nymann, host

Second Sundays: Michael Caputo Grammy Special, producer

Second Sundays: May 2015 Mixtape, host

Second Sundays: May 2015 Artist Interviews, host

Second Sundays: M.A.K.U SoundSystem and Tongues in Trees, producer

Second Sundays: Kaleta & Zozo Afrobeat and Zenen Zeferino y La Verdolaga en Playa, producer

Second Sundays: June 2015 Mixtape, host

Second Sundays: July Mixtape, host

Second Sundays: Intercourse 3 & Videofreex, host

Second Sundays: Gonzalo Guerrero , host

Second Sundays: Cuddle Magic & Brooklyn Qawwali Party , producer

Second Sundays: Big Lazy & Janka Nabay and the Bubu Gang, producer

Second Sundays: August Mixtape, host

Second Sundays: Artist Interviews, December 2014, host

Second Sundays September Mixtape, host

Second Sundays July 2015: I Love Vinyl, producer

Second Sundays Interviews: Mathilde Roussel, Jesse Moretti, Olivier Conan, and Janka Nabay, host

Second Sundays Interviews: Carmen Bouyer, Azikiwe Mohammed, host

Second Sundays Artist Interviews: Ruben Millares and Antonia Wright , host

Second Sundays Artist Interviews: Hatim Belyamani, Pretty Sick, Christy Gast, Denise Milstein, Amelia Winger-Bearskin, host

Second Button Gap, producer

Season 1, Ep.8 : Marie Lorenz, Tide and Current Taxi, host

Season 1, Ep.7 : Sam Janis, Billion Oyster Project, host

Season 1, Ep.5 : Rob Buchanan and Willis Elkis, NY Watertrails , host

Season 1, Ep.4 : Carl Persak, Brooklyn Boatworks, host

Season 1, Ep.3 : Jeff Sandgrund, Brooklyn Bridge Park, host

Season 1, Ep.2 : David Sharps, Waterfront Barge Museum, host

Season 1, Ep.10 : Steve Mentz, Little Red Lighthouse Swim , host

Season 1, Ep.1 : Citizen Bridge and Mary Mattingly, Swale, host

Sean Cunningham, producer

Scientific Controversies: Time's Arrow , host

Scientific Controversies: Can We Explain the World?, producer

Scientific Controversies: Black Hole Blues, producer

School of Apocalypse, host

Say No To Drugs?, producer

Samson at the Fete!, host

Sameer Gupta + Michael Gam, Brooklyn Raga Massive, host

Sam Lavigne, host

Sahra Motalebi, Sounds from Untitled Skies, producer

Sabisha Friedberg, Sub, producer

Sabine Blaizin: Second Sundays DJ Set , producer

Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze and Larry Ossei-Mensah, host

Rosemarie Recipe: Mayi Moulin/Ground Corn, producer

Roscoe Mitchell Live at Pioneer Works , producer

Roscoe Mitchell & Scott Robinson in Conversation , host

Rony Cadet, Vodou Marassa, producer

Robert Smith, Real Time Flood, host

Richard Morse and Andre Eugene in Conversation, producer

Richard Gere, Time Out of Mind, producer

Richard Fleming, Amazing Barbershop, producer

Revelators, host

REVEIL: Daybreak Transmissions, curator

Resurrection, host

Resident Fabrice Monteiro, host

Representing NYC and Downtown Electric, host

Renovatin', host

Ray Weiss, Le Rug, producer

Rainforest Action Network / Pearl Robinson, producer

RAFT: Transmissions, host

Radyo Shak Rara Wrapup, host

Radio-Active, producer

Radio Haiti Archive: Franketienne, producer

Radio Haiti Archive: Foula, producer

Radio Art Therapy at Volta 2016, producer

Radhika Khimji, Safely Standing, producer

Pulp Atlas , producer

Proofreaders, producer

Prisoner's Cinema, host

Poetry Slam, Triyole Group + Maison Blanche, producer

Poetry Slam , producer

Playing Hooky 2015: Future Shuttle, host

Playing Hooky 2015: Ben Seretan, curator

Playing Hooky, host

Phill Niblock, No Fancy Name, producer

Pheeroan akLaff, Meditation with Quest, host

Personal Science, producer

Penny Arcade, producer

Pedro Sousa, A Song for True, producer

Pearl Robinson, Climate Justice / Anaïs Maviel, producer

Peals, Time is a Milk Bowl, producer

Paul Anthony Smith, producer

Patriot Games with OBAMALLAMADINGDONG, Doe Biden, and American Justice, producer

Patrick Derival & Wilson Bonhomme, Vodou Drumming (Kreyol) , producer

Patrick Derival & Wilson Bonhomme, Vodou Drumming (English) , producer

Patricia Clarkson, Learning to Drive, producer

Pat Spadine, Bell-O-Vision, host

Papada Blessing the Shak , producer

Pale Horse, producer

Pack Lattice Head, host

Out of Holes, producer

Our Education! Is College Worth the Cost?, producer

Open Territory, producer

Oliver Lake, The Long Blues, host

Of the Chain, host

November Second Sundays Artist Interviews , producer

Noura Mint Seymali, producer

NOTHING, producer

North African and Middle Eastern Curatorial Symposium: Abdellah Karroum (2007), producer

Noah Klein (Cuddle Formation & FMLY), producer

No Mouse Music, Arhoolie Records , producer

New York Art Book Fair 2015, Part 2, producer

New York Art Book Fair 2015, Part 1 , producer

Ned Rothenberg, Recorded Live, host

Nate Wooley, Gabrieli Mix, producer

Mumbling Beauty : Louise Bourgeois, producer

MTA, producer

MSHR: Knotted Gate Chant Cycle , host

MSHR , producer

Mother's Day Edition , producer

Money Lab, producer

Milford Graves, host

Midnight Moment: Antony, Charles Atlas & Women of Turning, host

Michael Mulvihill, Charcoal, producer

Michael K. Taylor, Rara to Second Line, producer

Meskerem Assegued, Curvature of Events , producer

Maybe That's What Meds Are For , producer

Matthijs Booij, The One Thousand Drawing Pension Plan , producer

Matt Darriau: Who is Manny Blanc?, producer

Martha Haile, You Can't Eat Money , producer

Marjani Forté-Saunders: Being here… in Memory, host

Marina Rosenfeld Deployed , producer

Lukas Ligeti, host

Living Room Index + Pool, producer

Live Mince, producer

Lisa Fairstein, Loud Frames , host

Life of The Party, producer

Letter from Prague, producer

Les Conversions (Pat Murano/Dave Shuford), producer

Leo Morrisey , producer

Lee Lee’s Home-Gardens, producer

Leah Gordon, Andre Eugène, and Alanna Heiss , producer

Lea Bertucci, Double Bass Crossfade, producer

Lavar Munroe, host

Lakou Kèv: Haitian Wax, host

Labor, producer

Kwynn Johnson, Barrack Yard, producer

Konbit Mizik: Romel Jean Pierre, Prince BR, and Danny , host

Konbatan , producer

Kitchen Tables , host

Keiko Hara: Topophilia Ma and Ki - Memory, host

Kate Ovaska, Phosphenes, host

Just The Facts and Pass The Bucket, host

Just One More, producer

Junior's Recipe, producer

Jungle Fever, producer

John Ashbery, Breezeway, producer

Joe Winter, Radyo Shak Architect, producer

Jen Ray, Deep Cuts , producer

Jean-Euphèle Milcé, producer

Jean-Daniel Lafontant: Vodou, Drumming, and Rara, producer

Jean-Daniel Lafontant, Temple Nah-Ri-Veh, producer

Jason Forrest, Network Awesome , producer

Jamie Ross, A Script of Desire, producer

James Brandon Lewis Trio, host

Jaime Oliver + Marco Donnarumma, Xth Sense, producer

Jaiko & Benoit , host

Jacques Diennet, Le Pic Saint Loup, producer

Jackson Thélémaque (Kreyol) , producer

Jackson Thélémaque (English), producer

Ismael Ogando's Erzulie Dantor, producer

International Winners DJ Set , host

Intercourse Magazine: Dead Moon with Jonah Freeman, producer

Influence of the Beyond, host

Ikue Mori, Recorded Live, producer

IdeasCity Detroit: Monty Luke DJ Set, producer

IdeasCity Detroit: Marsha Music, Stories from Home, producer

IdeasCity Detroit: DJ Stacyé J, Detroit Underground Music, producer

IdeasCity Detroit: Data, Science, and the City, producer

IdeasCity Athens: Σtella, From Athens , host

IdeasCity Athens: Uncertain States of Sovereignty, producer

IdeasCity Athens: The Callas Live , producer

IdeasCity Athens: The Boy, producer

IdeasCity Athens: Nikolas Ventourakis, Stories from Home, producer

IdeasCity Athens: Negros Tou Moria & Black Athena: Music as Identity, producer

IdeasCity Athens: End of Capital, producer

IdeasCity Athens: Dream Hampton, producer

I Love Vinyl: Erika Elliot , producer

Hoes is Winning / It's a Celebration Bitches, producer

Ho! Hoe! Heaux!, producer

Henrique Oliveira and Thomas Beale, producer

Guerilla Toss, Recorded Live, artist

Guardian Alien in Times Square, producer

Greta Gerwig, Mistress America, producer

Great and Grand, producer

Gravesend + JMC Aggregate, host

Graham Nash, Adam Green & Natalie Mering, producer

Golnar Adili: Language Landscape , host

Golden Braid, host

Gina Cunningham, Boat Tree, producer

Ghetto Biennale: Radyo Shak , producer

Geto Byenal: Radyo Shak (Kreyol) , producer

G Lucas Crane, Nonhorse, host

G Lucas Crane at Outpost, producer

Frankie Cosmos, Recorded Live, producer

Found Sound Nation: The Westerlies, Zula, and Brandon Seabrook, producer

Found Sound Nation: Port St. Willow, Bombay Rickey, Ian Chang, Margaret Glaspy, host

Found Sound Nation: Odetta Hartman, Mobius Percussion, Noveller, Pinegrove, producer

Forever Rara Fanm, producer

FOAM: Under Construction, host

FOAM Interviews: Matthew Porter, host

FOAM Interviews: Matthew Leifheit and Cynthia Talmadge, host

FOAM Interviews: Joshua Citarella, host

Flat Earth Theory, host

Fire Over Heaven: Kurt Ralske, Gao Jiafeng, Mike Bullock, Todd Capp, producer

Felt. Squish., producer

Exo-Tech , host

Evel Romain, producer

ESPTV, producer

Endless Editions , producer

Emma Donoghue & Lenny Abrahamson, Room, producer

Emily Spivack, Worn Stories, host

Emily McMehen: Max Beauvoir, producer

Edgar Endress, The story of institutions, producer

East of What??, host

Eartheater, producer

EARTH EATERS, producer

DJ Love Leonce , producer

DJ Clifford Bawon , producer

DJ Bwa Pen, producer

Divine Comedians, host

Disguise, Pt.2 : Zina Saro-Wiwa and Adejoke Tugbiyele , host

Disguise, Pt.1 : Saya Woolfalk + William Villalongo , host

David Horvitz & Ches Smith, 47 Bells, host

David Bowie Tribute, producer

Dany Laferrière & Andre Eugène , producer

Critical Run: Today's Emergencies, producer

Critical Practices Incorporated, producer

Conrad Ventur , producer

Conrad Botes, host

Confessions of The ArtWorld™, producer

Clocktower Radio Profiles: Victoria Keddie, David Fierman, Catherine Gaffney , host

Class Reunion , producer

Class Reunion, producer

Cities Are Natural (Composition Three): Volvox, UMFANG, Mike Sheffield, producer

Cities Are Natural (Composition Three), Melissa F. Clarke, producer

Christien Sylvaince, Merisier Jeannis Fest, producer

Chiktay / Herring Salad for Drinkers Recipe , producer

Charles Harlan and David Everitt Howe, Flood, host

Chapels for Days, host

Casseus Claudel, Imajine, producer

Carl Martin Faurby, Lakou Freelance , producer

Can’t See Your Own Face, host

Bryan Rodriguez & Tween Rappers , producer

Brooklyn Raga Massive, producer

Brimstone Makes the Dog Dance, host

Bouki and the Cocaine, Ben Fountain on Haiti, host

Book Worm, producer

Bluestockings , host

Bill Frisell, The Infinite Forest, producer

Bill Frisell, Andrew Cyrille, and Tim Berne , host

Bettina WitteVeen: When We Were Soldiers, host

Barbershop Portraits , producer

Bann Konte, producer

Banann ak Yam nan Sos Pwason Recipe, producer

BACKpack TO SCHOOL, producer

Ava Mendoza, Recorded Live, producer

Auditorium Preview, producer

Atlas Moth, host

Anxious Spaces II: Via App, producer

Anxious Spaces II: July 2015 Mixtape, host

Anxious Spaces II: Ital , producer

Anxious Spaces II: Aurora Halal, producer

Anonymous DJ Set (Part 2) , producer

Anonymous DJ Set , producer

Anna Sebastian, producer

André Breton Lecture , producer

Alberto Danelli, Concrete Art Militia #1, host

Afrofunk Sauce , producer

Adam Stennett, Arctic Artist Survival Shack, host

Achim Mohné & Uta Kopp, REMOTEWORDS, producer

AASF: The Ventriloquist Summerschool, host

AASF: Responsive Programming, producer

AASF: Re-Incorporating Art In Everyday Life, producer

AASF: La Escuela ParaSitio / The Para-Site School, producer

AASF: Keynote: The Architecture of Arts Education, producer

AASF: Keynote Panel: Imagining a School, producer

AASF: Hybrid Practice, producer

AASF: How can alternative systems impact traditional arts education?, producer

AASF: Geir Haraldseth, Sommerskolen , producer

AASF: Enrol Yourself , host

AASF: Dylan Gauthier w/ James Voorhies, Bureau for Open Culture, producer

AASF: Brooklyn Art Library, host

AASF: Black Mountain School, host

AASF: Arts Letters & Numbers, host

AASF: Art and Democracy , producer

AACM at 50: Muhal Richard Abrams, George Lewis & Roscoe Mitchell, host

A Walk Through the Grand Rue, producer

A Thousand Masks, host

A Conversation about John Ashbery, host

@@, producer

75 Dollar Bill + Brian Carpenter’s Ghost Train Orchestra, producer

2MF with Bethany Ides, producer

2MF with Andrea Arrubla, producer

#trashDAY: Play Too Much, producer

#trashDAY: Live at MoCADA , producer

#AllTheGazes, producer

James “Blood” Ulmer, Guitar Activist, host

Amina Claudine Myers, Evolving Song, host