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Southwark Park Galleries Podcast

Southwark Park Galleries Podcast

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Southwark Park Galleries Podcast is a place where we delve deeper into the practice of artists in our programme through conversations, interviews and readings.
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Anne Ryan and Charlotte Higgins In Conversation
Recorded live as part of our events programme for Anne Ryan’s exhibition The City Rises at Southwark Park Galleries, Dilston Gallery. Author and journalist Charlotte Higgins joins artist Anne Ryan in conversation about her work.
59:53
September 16, 2021
Radio Anti, The Noise of the Mayflower // Episode 3: The Noise of the Settlers
Join Radio Anti as they approach the historical legacies and contemporary meanings of the Mayflower crossing through its noisy elements: the sea, the ship, and the settlers. In this three part series, Matt and Ross play a mixture of music, Youtube videos and audio recordings, to explore the meaning of noise and by analogy, the meaning of historical events such as the Mayflower crossing, and offer alternative interpretations through sound. The Noise of the Mayflower is a piece of aural research about the Mayflower crossing in 1620, an event whose historical ‘signals’ are still heard today in discussions about colonialism and national identity. But what about noise? Can we still hear the noise that the pilgrims experienced at sea, the noise of the Mayflower ship, or the sound of spoken language in the 17th century? Radio Anti is a temporary online and FM radio station that investigates a range of theoretical and material subjects through intermittent broadcasts; each of which is unique in its time, place and participants. Radio Anti has transmitted from Tate Liverpool, the Serpentine Gallery and Bloc Projects in Sheffield. This project follows on from a recent broadcast on white noise for RUMMUR_radio in Bergen. Radio Anti is run by Matthew De Kersaint Giraudeau and Ross Jardine. You can subscribe and listen to Southwark Park Galleries Podcast on Apple Podcast and Spotify The Noise of the Mayflower is generously supported by the Southwark Mayflower 400 Grants Fund from Southwark Council, British Land and United St Saviours.
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July 01, 2021
Radio Anti, The Noise of the Mayflower // Episode 2: The Noise of the Ship
Join Radio Anti as they approach the historical legacies and contemporary meanings of the Mayflower crossing through its noisy elements. In this episode, Matt and Ross listen to the Noise of the Ship, and play a mixture of music, Youtube videos and audio recordings, to explore the meaning of noise and by analogy, the meaning of historical events such as the Mayflower crossing, and offer alternative interpretations through sound. The Noise of the Mayflower is a piece of aural research about the Mayflower crossing in 1620, an event whose historical ‘signals’ are still heard today in discussions about colonialism and national identity. But what about noise? Can we still hear the noise that the pilgrims experienced at sea, the noise of the Mayflower ship, or the sound of spoken language in the 17th century? Radio Anti is a temporary online and FM radio station that investigates a range of theoretical and material subjects through intermittent broadcasts; each of which is unique in its time, place and participants. Radio Anti has transmitted from Tate Liverpool, the Serpentine Gallery and Bloc Projects in Sheffield. This project follows on from a recent broadcast on white noise for RUMMUR_radio in Bergen. Radio Anti is run by Matthew De Kersaint Giraudeau and Ross Jardine. The Noise of the Mayflower is generously supported by the Southwark Mayflower 400 Grants Fund from Southwark Council, British Land and United St Saviours.
37:45
June 24, 2021
Radio Anti, The Noise of the Mayflower // Episode 1: The Noise of The Sea
Join Radio Anti as they approach the historical legacies and contemporary meanings of the Mayflower crossing through its noisy elements. In this episode, The Noise of The Sea, Matt and Ross play a mixture of music, Youtube videos and audio recordings, to explore the meaning of noise and by analogy, the meaning of historical events such as the Mayflower crossing, and offer alternative interpretations through sound. The Noise of the Mayflower is a piece of aural research about the Mayflower crossing in 1620, an event whose historical ‘signals’ are still heard today in discussions about colonialism and national identity. But what about noise? Can we still hear the noise that the pilgrims experienced at sea, the noise of the Mayflower ship, or the sound of spoken language in the 17th century? Radio Anti is a temporary online and FM radio station that investigates a range of theoretical and material subjects through intermittent broadcasts; each of which is unique in its time, place and participants. Radio Anti has transmitted from Tate Liverpool, the Serpentine Gallery and Bloc Projects in Sheffield. This project follows on from a recent broadcast on white noise for RUMMUR_radio in Bergen. Radio Anti is run by Matthew De Kersaint Giraudeau and Ross Jardine. The Noise of the Mayflower is generously supported by the Southwark Mayflower 400 Grants Fund from Southwark Council, British Land and United St Saviours.
42:59
June 17, 2021
Lockdown Elevenses with Anne Ryan
In this episode, we catch up with artist Anne Ryan. Anne talks about an artist priest, mosh pits and her balcony garden becoming naturally seeded by wildlife.  Lockdown Elevenses is where we catch up with the brilliant artists in our upcoming programme and ask them a bunch of questions to find out how they are making work, keeping their heads during these weird woolly times and so you can find out a bit more about them.  Anne Recommends: The StageLeft Podcast www.thestageleftpodcast.com/  Craig Charles Trunk of Punk, BBC radio 6 www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p08frqxg  Episode 38 - Stewart Lee - The StageLeft Podcast  www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cNk9Phl6MI  Related Links: www.greengrassi.com/artists/anne-ryan/  www.hastingscontemporary.org/exhibition/anne-ryan-earthly-delights/  www.turpsgallery.co.uk/anneryan www.en-ribotgallery.com/anneryan  www.southwarkparkgalleries.org/support
47:57
August 18, 2020
Lockdown Elevenses with Candida Powell-Williams
In this episode, we catch up with artist Candida Powell-Williams. Candida talks about labyrinths, follies and a forgotten Gallo-Roman water goddess. Lockdown Elevenses is where we catch up with the brilliant artists in our upcoming programme and ask them a bunch of questions to find out how they are making work, keeping their heads during these weird woolly times and so you can find out a bit more about them. Candida Recommends: www.chanceswithwolves.com www.getty.edu/recordingartists www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006qykl/episodes/player Related Links: www.candidapowell-williams.com www.southwarkparkgalleries.org/support www.bosseandbaum.com/
27:24
June 30, 2020
Lockdown Elevenses with Rebecca Lennon
For those of you that have listened to Episode 1 // Lockdown Elevenses with Fani Parali, you will know that in this series we catch up with the brilliant artists in our upcoming programme and ask them a bunch of questions to find out how they are making work, keeping their heads during these weird woolly times and so you can find out a bit more about them. In this episode, we catch up with artist Rebecca Lennon. Rebecca talks about productive avoidance, when text becomes voice and gardening. Related links: https://southwarkparkgalleries.org/support/ https://southwarkparkgalleries.org/liquid/ https://www.rebeccalennon.co.uk/ Rebecca recommends: https://moormother.bandcamp.com/album/analog-fluids-of-sonic-black-holes https://soundcloud.com/caratolmie http://ubusound.memoryoftheworld.org/ethno/inuit/mp3/Inuit-Throat-Singing_01.mp3
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June 02, 2020
Lockdown Elevenses with Fani Parali
In our series Lockdown Elevenses, we catch up with the brilliant artists in our upcoming programme and ask them a bunch of questions to find out how they are making work, keeping their heads during these weird woolly times of isolation and so you can find out a bit more about them. In this episode, we catch up with artist Fani Parali. Fani talks about experimenting with her work during lockdown, her mum Tina and harpy eagles. Related Links: https://www.mixcloud.com/angiep/quiet-places/ https://southwarkparkgalleries.org/support/ https://faniparali.org/ https://southwarkparkgalleries.org/aonyx-and-drepan-the-minders-of-the-warm/
28:31
May 14, 2020