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Adda

By Fiona
Adda - Artist Talk from South Asia is the podcast that creates conversations with artists from South Asia about art, music, and others. Hosted by Fiona.
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5. Three Chittagonian Artists in Tsushima Art Fantasia
An exhibition annually hold in the border islands "Tsushima" since 2011. Every year invite 20-30 artists from Japan and abroad to have residency and make art. After the funds were cut out, the artists refused to end the event. They anyhow continue it to now, and so on for ten year. A small, lovely, cozy, mobile event is happening on the islands. Three artists from Chittagong Bangladesh participate an online parallel exhibition of Tsushima Art Fantasia.   What's the experience of holding an exhibition in this weird period?  Check the Tsushima Art Fantasia Online Exhibition https://tsushimaartfantasia.netlify.app/ 1:09 Guests introduction: Joydeb Roaja, Palash Bhattacharjee, Zihan Karim, Kuroda Daisuke and Nishimatsu Shusuke 7:00 What is Tsushima Art Fantasia 9:10 Why Tsushima Art Fantasia is unique in Japanese art scene? 11:50 Organising the art residency and exhibition under 🐼mic 14:00 What's special this year? 15:40 Do we still need more online exhibition? What's the concept? 20:10 The curation of Tsushima Art Fantasia online exhibition 24:00 Chittagonian's video art 25:00 What did pandemic change the artists?  33:45 How is the art scene in Bangladesh? 37:50 The performance art scene in Bangladesh 39:35 From whom does Bangladeshi artists get inspiration? 44:50 The Tsushima Art Fantasia 2020-2021 45:40 2020-2021 対馬アートファンタジアのアピール 46:35 対馬アートファンタジアオンライン展覧会の特徴 47:05 Ending talk Tsushima Art Fantasia Physical Exhibition (2021.9.13 - 2021.11.3 at 旧対馬市立久田小学校内院分校、対馬アートセンター 、半井桃水館、ほか) https://www.taf2020-21.com/ 
48:10
September 14, 2021
4. Soft Sculpture in Hard Time #3 : Farah Naz Moon, Hasna Hena Porosh
This season, Adda focus on an ongoing art project “Soft Sculpture in Hard Time", aka "Soft vs. Hard” which is initiated by Farah Naz Moon, a Bangladeshi artist. She has gathered ten female artists from different regions, to think together, make together, share together about the women's story in pandemic situation, that how can emotional intelligence help us navigate the turbulence of the situation. Adda takes part by interviewing the “Soft Sculpture in Hard Time” artists. In the third episode of Soft vs. Hard serial, Adda feature two of our artists/ curator: Farah Naz Moon (BD), Hasna Hena Porosh (BD), talked about their situations, and how did this project initiated. Thanks to Farah Naz Moon, Hasna Hena Porosh, HYP, this episode can't be done without your dedication! Opening + ending sound ©HYP https://hua-yenpan.wixsite.com/ringtones https://instagram.com/kilrg6306 Cover image designed by Farah Naz Moon. BIG thanks to your listening, thanks for your time. We appreciate all kind of opinions, let us know by sending email: addapodcast2020 [a] gmail.com
26:11
August 18, 2021
3. Soft Sculpture in Hard Time #2 : Saurganga Darshandhari, Ruxmini Choudhury, jammed by Moon
This season, Adda focus on an ongoing art project “Soft Sculpture in Hard Time", aka "Soft vs. Hard” which is initiated by Farah Naz Moon, a Bangladeshi artist. She has gathered ten female artists from different regions, to think together, make together, share together about the women's story in pandemic situation, that how can emotional intelligence help us navigate the turbulence of the situation. Adda takes part by interviewing the “Soft Sculpture in Hard Time” artists. In the second episode of Soft vs. Hard serial, Adda feature two of our artists: Saurganga Darshandhari (NP), Ruxmini Choudhury (BD), and jammed by porject initiator Farah Naz Moon. content: 01:28 Introduction 02:59 The conditions during the pandemic from last year. Saurganga 03:16 / Ruximini 06:09 08:33 The art making under “Soft versus Hard”. Ruximini 8:39 / Saurganga 14:08 16:30 How artists stay connected in this second wave of COVID? Kathmandu Triennale and the others 17:14 20:01 The plan B for Soft vs Hard under bad situation. Moon 20:22 23:05 Group Discussion for the next step of Soft vs Hard project. 25:53 Ending. Thanks to Saurganga Darshandhari, Ruxmini Choudhury, Farah Naz Moon, HYP, I can't make this episode without you! Opening + ending sound ©HYP https://hua-yenpan.wixsite.com/ringtones https://instagram.com/kilrg6306 Cover image designed by Farah Naz Moon. BIG thanks to you listener, thank you for giving us your time.  We appreciate all of your opinions, let us know by sending email: addapodcast2020 [a] gmail.com
26:27
July 19, 2021
2. Soft Sculpture in Hard Time #1 : Tanjil Tushi, Seiko Kitayama
This season, Adda focus on an ongoing art project “Soft Sculpture in Hard Time", aka "Soft vs. Hard” which is initiated by Farah Naz Moon, a Bangladeshi artist. She has gathered ten female artists from different regions, to think together, make together, share together about the women's story in pandemic situation, that how can emotional intelligence help us navigate the turbulence of the situation. Adda takes part by interviewing the “Soft Sculpture in Hard Time” artists. In first episode of Soft vs. Hard serial, Adda feature two of our artists: Tanjil Tushi (BD), Seiko Kitayama (JP). content: 01:28 Introduction 03:25 The conditions during the pandemic from last year. Tanjil 04:22 / Seiko 09:09 12:20 How you artists survive during pandemic? Tanjil 12:55  / Seiko 16:44  18:20 The art making under “Soft versus Hard”. Tanjil 18:36 / Seiko 21:08  25:15 How artists stay connected in this second wave of COVID? Internet 26:01 / We can't trust rubber 29:32  33:26 Suggestion to reduce anxiety. Pickles 33:39 / Garden 36:04 / Talk to plants! 36:23  38:37 Small discussion about Britto project Zero Waste Food Project.  40:03 Additional question: The condition of the host and Taiwan.  42:14 Ending: Next Strategy.  Thanks to Tanjil Tushi, Seiko Kitayama, Farah Naz Moon, HYP, I can't make this episode without you! Opening + ending sound ©HYP https://hua-yenpan.wixsite.com/ringtones https://instagram.com/kilrg6306 Cover image designed by Farah Naz Moon. BIG thanks to you, thank you for listening! We appreciate your suggestions, let us learn by sending email: addapodcast2020 [a] gmail.com
43:16
June 8, 2021
1. Interview with Gerobak Cinema of Dhaka Edition rickshaw mobile screenings, with Jog × ruangrupa
“Gerobak Cinema” is a mobile screening station presented as part of The Collective Body curated by Diana Campbell Betancourt and Kathryn Weir. The Chattogram based collective Jog Art Space and the Jakarta based collective ruangrupa collaborate using a rickshaw, producing screening sessions at Ramna Park Foot-over Bridge around the Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, taking the energy from inside the venue out into the streets of Dhaka. The equipment was collaboratively created by the community according to local aesthetics to screen their own videos/ short films. Watch the audiovisual track also! https://youtu.be/OjT1CSufx18
20:07
April 1, 2020