MÆKUR

4 podcasts

In these outtakes, Anton Kats talks about the transition from MAKU to MÆKUR, about slowing down and opening up listening spaces, and about contextual and emotional infrastructure in art practice.

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Extra Bergen Kunsthall Deleted Scenes Lighthouse (UK) MÆKUR Maia Urstad radio Re-Imagine Europe Sonic Acts
30.01.2020
120 MIN
English
Son[i]a #305
Anton Kats
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Process, liminality, mediation, transmission, radio, resonance, orality, archive, and abundance. In our coinciding and crossing of paths with Ukrainian artist, mediator, educator, and musician Anton Kats, “the stars aligned” to put prior learning and formats to the test. Three remote encounters, six hours of recording, and several red-hot scissors have produced this exquisite corpse in which we explore a discourse and practice that tend to spill over and exceed boundaries in both nuance and detail. In this podcast, we talk about the Europe of integration, about memory, dementia, and different ways of not knowing, about artistic research and art that defies representation, about site-specific projects and mobile, ephemeral devices, about narrowcasts and radio as a means of creating common public spaces.

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26.09.2018
11 MIN
English
SON[I]A #264. Maia Urstad
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We dig up some unreleased fragments of the interview with Maia Urstad that we were unable to include the first time around.

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Extra Creative Commons Deleted Scenes female producers MÆKUR Maia Urstad radio
28.06.2018
76 MIN
English
Son[i]a #264
Maia Urstad
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Norwegian artist Maia Urstad talks about nostalgia, radio pips, AM, FM and DAB, about the importance of ska, about arches and obelisks, sounds in the fjord, and time capsules, about program 81, freq_out, and foghorns, and about local radio stations and lost tapes.

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