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Artipoeus: art you can hear

A Society and Culture podcast featuring Susie Kahlich
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Artipoeus started with Gustave Caillebotte's "Paris Street, Rainy Day" in Chicago, and ends when the same painting on special loan to Neue Museum in Berlin. Final episode of this 5 year journey through the world of art. Artipoeus: art you can h
Artipoeus visits the TedXGeo and TedXWrong Exhibition, and submits an audio file!
Artipoeus visits American artist Marcus McAllister in his Paris atelier and has a long chat about processes: the creative process, the aging process, and the very long process of becoming yourself.
Artipoeus visits the Big Easy, literally and figuratively in the work of Jana Marie Cariddi and her installation IF I SAID I HAD A BEAUTIFUL PAINTING WOULD YOU HOLD IT AGAINST ME in Berlin.
Artipoeus visits Simon Modersohn's DAUERAUFTRAG at APlus Gallery in Berlin
Artipoeus turns FIVE! Get reacquainted with the format of the show, and listen to the very first episode, when Artipoeus visits Anna Jensen's Oh Baby! Oh Baby! at Nouvel Organon in Paris
Artipoeus visits Lulu MacDonald's exhibit LOWER THAN A SNAKE'S BELLY at Aplus Gallery in Berlin. Original soundtrack by Berliner birds.
Artipoeus goes on a virtual visit to London and the group show TRUST IS THE ULTIMATE CURRENCY, for the art platform Is This It Is This It? Featuring original tracks "SOTU29 On Drugs" by Radio Wonderland, and "So Long Lover" by Geraint John Jon
Artipoeus takes a look at the Bauhaus on the 100th anniversary of the pivotal movement.
Artipoeus visits Adrian Sierra Garcia's installation ONE DAY BERLIN at Behadj&Djilalli Museum in Berlin's Mitte.
Artipoeus considers the body of work that is the perfornance artist Genesis P-Orridge. Featuring music by @theantlerking , used with permission of the artist.
Artipoeus interviews Berlin-based SuperBlast and gets a surprise history of graffiti in Germany. Photo credit: Mario Brand
Artipoeus visits Ali Banisadr's THE WORLD UPDSIDE DOWN at Blain Southern Gallery in Berlin.
In Andrea Bowers’s “Open Secret,” Bowers takes over the entire gallery with multi-media work, but the main attraction is the 19 by 4 meter wall standing in the middle of the gallery, like an office bulletin board, covered in long red scrolls of
"Stay away, with your tacos and your avocado toast, your beards and your Kim Jong Un hair." Artipoeus visits Harm van den Dorpel’s Death Imitates Language, at the gallery Neumeister Bar-Am in Berlin.
Artipoeus visits Andrea Bowers' exhibit OPEN SECRET at Capitain Petzel in Berlin
`In Vowinckel’s "The Goal," the artist blends the voices of the announcers across multiple sports channels, languages and countries. This mix makes them sound like a pantheon of gods, setting us poor humans on the giant pitch of the Earth, int
Artipoeus goes to the World Cup! Sound artist Antje Vowinckel's audio sculpture THE GOAL delivers the final game of the 2014 World Cup in an eery, haunting piece.
Artipoeus interviews French artist Manon Gineste to find out what it feels like at an artist's very first art exhibition.
`Ever wondered what it’s like to have an art exhibit? To have someone see the beauty in your creative soul and want to share it with the world, hang it in a gallery and talk about it to complete strangers? The French call it exposer --which isn
Who carries the weight of guilt? This episode of my podcast is about so much more than art in a gallery — as is the work of Monica Bonvicini itself.It's about systems of abuse, and that’s something I’ve been thinking about a lot in this #me
Who carries the weight of guilt? This episode is about so much more than art in a gallery. It's about systems of abuse, and that’s something I’ve been thinking about a lot in this #metoo moment, this #blacklivesmatter and #march4ourlives mo
Artipoeus visits Monica Bonvicini's GUILT at Koenig Galerie! With original tracks by @rosiebans , @djbpm and @jaytee1980 !!
Artipoeus takes a field trip with the boys from Duttnhoody to Berlinische Galerie, and has a chat about pop art, technology and the weather
In praise of the punk rock music: Artipoeus visits Austin Lee's TOMATO CAN at Peres Projects in Berlin. With original music by Dead Sentries - visit them on Soundcloud at soundcloud.com/dead-sentries !
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