• 00:10 Introduction
  • 07:20 Interview with Martin Holbraad
  • 07:27 Emancipating the thing; three strategies
  • 15:36 On messianic ontologies
  • 18:57 Fetish
  • 27:17 The power of signatures, a thought experiment
  • 29:56 Concepts = Things = Concepts
  • 36:42 Things in art
  • 42:03 Quim Pujol, an audio essay
  • 42:04 Pokarekare Ana (1)
  • 42:47 Alien Resurrection
  • 44:21 Amanda Piña’s two-dimensional performance
  • 44:52 Cargo Cults (1)
  • 46:44 Solaris
  • 48:15 Tim Etchell’s ‘Drama Queens’
  • 48:55 Cargo Cults (2)
  • 50:49 Pokarekare Ana (2)
  • 52:11 Michael Fried’s ‘Art and Objecthood’
  • 52:59 Cargo Cults (3)
  • 54:04 Colonising the coloniser
  • 54:31 Performance as a genre
  • 54:56 Cargo Cults (4)
  • 56:07 Melon soup
  • 57:49 Pokarekare Ana (3)
06/05/2015 60' 47''

Curated by Roc Jiménez de Cisneros

This podcast is about objects, but more importantly, it is about some of the recent theories that offer new conceptualisations of objects in contemporary philosophy and art. In the previous episode, Florian Hecker and Erick Beltrán talked about zombies, vampires and chimeras. This third installment of the series delves into those ideas, under a completely different light, as anthropologist Martin Holbraad and artist and curator Quim Pujol discuss monsters, otherness, hybrids, agency and fetish.

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