BARTALK

BARTALK

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BARTALK is a lecture-performance-storytelling series that usually happens physically in a bar in The Hague. Each edition has a theme and brings guests from different backgrounds (art, psychology, media technology, music, drag, martial arts, kink, math) to share their perspectives under the same subject. Past themes have included death and the afterlife, a history of burning, the living archive, and more.

Ultimately, BARTALK is a model of knowledge-sharing as community-building
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Language as an Organism: Natalia Papaeva (performance artist)

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Language as an Organism: Minsook Kang (artist, researcher)
In our last episode of the series “Language as an Organism”, artistic researcher Minsook Kang tells the story of how Hangeul, the Korean alphabet, got imported to the Cia-Cia tribe in Indonesia. Minsook was about to go on a field trip to Indonesia in order to dive further into her research when the coronavirus hit, so follow this story as it unravels political and cultural questions, historical significance, media misrepresentation, and a few yet-to-be answered questions. Minsook Kang’s website: http://www.minsookkang.com/ News clip from Arirang News: “10 years passed since indonesia’s Cia-Cia tribe adopted Hangeul” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOC1ccLSRlY Quest to Globalize Hangeul Raises Questions http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/special/2010/01/177_59789.html Hosted by Yun Lee and Rae Parnell Produced by Hans Poel Music by Sro - Bring Back and Chad Crouch - Algorithms
13:34
June 15, 2020
Language as an Organism: Marieke de Koning (linguist, teacher)
In this third episode of BARTALK: Language as an Organism, Yun and Rae talk to their Dutch teacher Marieke de Koning about Harry Potter, regional accents, gendered languages, idioms and more. Hosted by Yun Lee and Rae Parnell Produced by Hans Poel Music by Sro - Bring Back and Chad Crouch - Algorithms
22:52
June 8, 2020
Language as an Organism: Natalia Papaeva (performance artist)
In this second episode of Language as an Organism, Yun & Rae talk to artist Natalia Papaeva about her work Yokhor, in which she sings the only two lines she remembers from her favourite song in her mother tongue Buryat. Natalia answers questions from the audience and discusses losing a language, gaining new ones, layers of repetition, performing grief and more. You can see the trailer of Yokhor here:  https://vimeo.com/368295268 More work from Natalia: https://cargocollective.com/natashapapaeva Sources for learning Buryat: podcast Sagaan bulag:http://sagaanbulag.com/ Buryat researcher Agnieska Matkowska insta: @agamatkowska Buryat language activist: Ershena Dondokova insta: @era_miracle Educational insta account: @helysh_malysh Buryat poet: Elbeg  Zandraev @elbeguu Hosted by Yun Lee and Rae Parnell Produced by Hans Poel Music by Sro - Bring Back and Chad Crouch - Algorithms
30:53
June 1, 2020
Language as an Organism: Marie Diane Grouchka and Mariya Scherbinina (psychologists)
BARTALK: Language as an Organism BARTALK is a multidisciplinary lecture-performance-storytelling series taking place in different bars in The Hague. In current corona times, we are bringing BARTALK to a podcast format. Our guests share their stories and perspectives after which we ask them questions (including audience contributions!) Episode 1: The Alchemy of Language in Relationships featuring Marie Diane Grouchka and Mariya Shcherbinina, therapists at PSYNT (The Hague). Their practice focuses on the LGBTQ+ community and ex-pats. M.D. and Mariya also run their own podcast series called BiPositive where they explore the sexual continuum. In alchemy, you learn to understand, decompose and then create. M.D and Mariya will walk you through the process of creating meaning in relationships and how our cultural differences can influence the dynamics of our communication. They will also give us some tools to get better at finding common ground with the ones we love. We talk not only about romantic relationships, but also familial relationships and friendships. Hosted by Yun Lee and Rae Parnell Produced by Hans Poel Music by Sro - Bring Back and Chad Crouch - Algorithms
36:29
May 25, 2020
BARTALK at home in The Hague
An introductory episode on BARTALK, an interdisciplinary lecture-performance-storytelling series that usually happens physically in a bar in The Hague, Netherlands. Due to COVID-19 regulations we are turning to a podcast format this season. In this first episode Rae and Yun talk with Souwie Buss from "At Home in The Hague" about BARTALK, their inspirations, favourite BARTALK moments, and more. We'll be back with our first full episode on May 25 "BARTALK #19: Language as an organism" 
09:25
May 12, 2020