Furtherfield on Resonance FM, 27th Oct 2010, 7-8PM GMT

Furtherfield on Resonance FM, 27th Oct 2010.

Join us on Resonance 104.4FM
Wednesday, 27th October 2010.
Time (new time) – 7-8pm.
Hosts: Marc Garrett, Irini Papdimitriou & Jonathon Munro
Special Guests: Mary Flanagan, Anna Dimitriu, Tom Keene and Simon Park

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This critically acclaimed broadcast returns to Resonance FM this Wednesday evening at 7pm with a series of live interviews with people working at the edge of contemporary practices in art and technology; discussing events and controversies, exhibitions, artworks and their social contexts.

Until Mid-December, regular host Marc Garrett is joined by Irini Papadimitriou & Jonathin Munro.

Marc will be interviewing:
Mary Flanagan American artist, author, educator, and designer currently resides in Hanover, New Hampshire (US). Flanagan’s artwork deals primarily with how the design and use of technology can reveal insights into society. Through performance, sculpture, video game mods, software, and networked databases. Other work is concerned with cyber-feminism and the representation of women in cyberculture. http://www.maryflanagan.com

Irini & Jonathan will be interviewing:
Anna Dumitriu, a visual artist whose highly experimental work is involved with the nature of trans-disciplinary practice-based research. She has collaborated with scientists on many major projects and often tends to go very deeply into her chosen area of research, taking on, or attempting to take on, the role of scientist in an almost performative sense, raising paradigmatic questions in her work. www.annadumitriu.co.uk/

Tom Keene is a multimedia artist whose work focuses on the intersection of technology, social interaction and participation. With multi-diciplinary work ranging from hi-tech sensor driven environments and reactive video/robotic installations, to live-art/drama projects in community settings.

Dr Simon Park is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Surrey. He has been involved in many collaborations with artists (including Dumitriu), which have been widely exhibited at venues including: The Royal Institution, Science Museum, British Science Festival and Science Gallery.

In addition to Furtherfield’s invited guests this series will feature interviews with many of the 30 artists showing in the exibition of DIY, hacking and open source projects, Unleashed Devices as part of NODE.London. Irini has worked with Jonathon Munro of TINTART to curate the exhibition at Watermans.

Also showcasing music and noise, providing a rolling lineup of experimental creative adventures for your amusement.