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Encounters

Encounters

By Glasgow International
A podcast from Glasgow International, featuring artists from the 2021 programme in free form conversation about their work, the world, as well as the theme of this year's festival, 'Attention'.
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Encounters 9: D. Graham Burnett and Sal Randolph

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Encounters 11: Ingrid Pollard and Freya Monk-McGowan
Artist and photographer Ingrid Pollard and curator Freya Monk-McGowan discuss the history behind the Lesbian Archive, now housed at Glasgow Women’s library, and how it led to Ingrid’s exhibition No Cover Up. Audio extracts from No Cover Up are used with permission of artist, Ingrid Pollard. Read the episode 11 transcript. Visit the website at: glasgowinternational.org Production Credits: Producer: Lynsey Moyes Original Music: Pete Burns GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund
29:20
June 25, 2021
Encounters 10: Margaret Salmon and Kirsteen Macdonald
Filmmaker Margaret Salmon and curator Kirsteen Macdonald discuss how feminist economics was the starting point for their exhibition ‘Home Economics’ which centres around Margaret’s new film ‘Icarus (After Amelia)’. Extracts from Icarus (After Amelia) are used with permission of Margaret Salmon, Maria Fusco and Tracyanne Campbell More info here: https://glasgowinternational.org/digital-events/margaret-salmon-home-economics/ Production Credits: Producer: Lynsey Moyes Original Music: Pete Burns GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund
30:24
June 17, 2021
Encounters 9: D. Graham Burnett and Sal Randolph
In this episode D. Graham Burnett and Sal Randolph discuss their upcoming GI event ‘The Dance of Attention’, their involvement in the research collective ESTAR(SER) www.estarser.net and their shared interest in the history and practices of attention. More info here: https://glasgowinternational.org/digital-events/d-graham-burnett-stevie-knauss-sal-randolph/ Production Credits: Producer: Lynsey Moyes Original Music: Pete Burns GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund
29:09
June 16, 2021
Episode 8: Shifting Attention (Richard Parry, Orit Gat, Brian Dillon, Stefanie Hessler)
This episode is an edited version of an event which was recorded in April 2020 as part of Glasgow International’s online programme.  GI director, Richard Parry, chairs a panel discussion on the Festival’s theme of ‘Attention’ with guests Orit Gat, Brian Dillon and Stefanie Hessler. Production Credits: Producer: Lynsey Moyes Original Music: Pete Burns GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund
35:33
June 15, 2021
Episode 7: Graham Fagen and Maria Fusco
Graham Fagen and Maria Fusco reflect on the importance of names and how they relate to our identity and culture - themes explored in Graham’s exhibition ‘The Ping Pong Club (an archive of the misspelling of Graham Fagen) Gl2021 runs 11 – 27 June. Visit the website at: https://glasgowinternational.org/ Production Credits: Producer: Lynsey Moyes Original Music: Pete Burns GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund
29:38
June 13, 2021
Episode 6: Awuor Onyango and Sekai Machache (Part 2)
In Part Two of their conversation, Awuor Onyango and Sekai Machache explore the legacy of African diaspora in Scotland and Kenya and talk about the perspectives gained from their respective journeys to Glasgow and Nairobi. (Strong language warning) Gl2021 runs 11 – 27 June. Visit the website at: https://glasgowinternational.org/ Production Credits: Producer: Lynsey Moyes Original Music: Pete Burns GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund
30:33
June 13, 2021
Episode 5: Awuor Onyango and Sekai Machache (Part 1)
Awuor Onyango and Sekai Machache talk about how their friendship developed whilst working on their joint exhibition Body of Land which touches on themes of diaspora, ancestry, spirituality and femininity. Gl2021 runs 11 – 27 June. Visit the website at: https://glasgowinternational.org/ Production Credits: Producer: Lynsey Moyes Original Music: Pete Burns GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund
30:00
June 08, 2021
Episode 4: D.Graham Burnett and Stevie Knauss (The Friends of Attention)
Attention is the theme of this year’s Glasgow International Festival.  One of its early events is a screening of Twelve Theses on Attention - a film inspired by the document of the same name drafted by The Friends of Attention, whose members include Stevie Knauss and D Graham Burnett.  In this episode Stevie and Graham discuss the background to the creation of the Friends of Attention and why there’s an urgent need to generate conversation around the subject. Gl2021 runs 11 – 27 June. Visit the website at: https://glasgowinternational.org/ Production Credits: Producer: Lynsey Moyes Original Music: Pete Burns Readings from ‘Twelve Theses on Attention’ (The Friends of Attention) GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund
31:05
June 06, 2021
Episode 3: Catalina Barroso-Luque and Daniella Valz Gen
Catalina Barroso-Luque and Daniella Valz Gen discuss the forced evolution of their joint project Deslices during the Covid crisis. Occupying the spaces ‘where bodies are lost in translation’, they explore how language has influenced the work and the similarities and differences between their respective Latin American and South American identities. Gl2021 runs 11 – 27 June. Visit the website at: https://glasgowinternational.org/ Production Credits: Producer: Lynsey Moyes Original Music: Pete Burns Extracts from Deslices used with permission of Catalina Barroso-Luque and Daniella Valz Gen. Sound design in Deslices: Richard McMaster. GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund
27:40
June 06, 2021
Episode 2: Aman Sandhu and Andrew Black
Aman Sandhu and Andrew Black describe the inspiration behind their joint exhibition ‘The Magic Roundabout and The Naked Man’. They explore their shared interest in challenging accepted norms and reflect on how their friendship has affected their creative practice. Gl2021 runs 11 – 27 June. Visit the website at: https://glasgowinternational.org/ Production Credits: Producer: Lynsey Moyes Original Music: Pete Burns Extracts from The Naked Man in April used with permission of artist, Andrew Black GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund
29:40
June 06, 2021
Episode 1: Introduction
Richard Parry, director of Glasgow International, introduces the Encounters podcast which brings together artists, curators, writers and makers in a series of creative conversations.  The hope is to generate fresh perspectives on art and its role in the world now, as well as shedding light on individual and collaborative creative processes.  Richard also gives some background  into the decision to choose ‘Attention’ as the theme of this year’s Glasgow International. Gl2021 runs 11 – 27 June. Visit the website at: https://glasgowinternational.org/ Production Credits: Producer: Lynsey Moyes Original Music: Pete Burns GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund
07:14
June 04, 2021