• 00:01 Introduction
  • 14:21 McKenzie Wark on psychogeography
  • 19:25 Dad, what is architecture?
  • 25:54 Science-fiction and world-building
  • 28:59 Mars
  • 32:11 Exodus, escape
  • 38:25 Liam Young: radical shapers of space
  • 41:54 Re-thinking architecture
  • 44:35 A city the size of the Earth
  • 48:47 Scales
  • 50:51 The power of narrative
  • 54:15 UFOs
  • 56:29 The death of the object
  • 61:32 Mette Edvardsen on space in her performances
  • 61:59 Feedback
  • 67:33 The moment doesn't exist
  • 69:12 An interesting gap
  • 63:39 Outroduction
03/08/2018 76' 17''
European Southern Observatory / M. Kornmesser

This is a podcast about objects, in particular about theories that have recently brought us new perspectives on objects from contemporary art and theory. In this episode, we talk to McKenzie Wark, Liam Young and Mette Edvardsen about space. Space, and the spaces we inhabit as mediating objects. Space as object of desire, as the ultimate “outer”. Space as a medium for extremely strange objects, from heavenly bodies to UFOs and many other myths. A three-way look at the idea of space, from political theory to performance art.

This podcast is part of Re-Imagine Europe, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. Music commissioned to Stephan Mathieu. Curated and produced by Roc Jiménez de Cisneros.
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