Furtherfield returns to Resonance FM.
Join us on Resonance 104.4FM
Day – Wednesday, 20th October 2010.
Time (new time) – 7-8pm.
Hosts: Marc Garrett and Irini Papdimitriou
Special Guests: Deena DeNaro, Pete Hellicar & Joel Gethin Lewis
Back due to popular demand:-)
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.
For this series regular host Marc Garrett is joined by Irini Papadimitriou independent curator, founder of online art sharing project Copy-Art.net and head of New Media Arts Development at Watermans Arts Centre (London).
Furtherfield will be asking listeners to get online and tweet or email their questions to interviewees, comment on the show or just notify the crew on ‘happenings’ to include in the new Art News segment presented by Chardine Taylor-Stone.
Marc will be interviewing:
Deena DeNaro, film-maker & creative activist about her project “Reversing the Wave” a ‘Subvertisement’ that brings Nokia’s brand identity closer in alignment to its actions. In the style of Ad-Busters Magazine and the Yes Men it offers “Brand Identity Correction” for a corporation who has put profits above privacy and basic human rights. http://reversethewave.blogspot.com/
Irini will be interviewing:
Hellicar & Lewis – a creative partnership formed in 2009 by Joel Gethin Lewis and Pete Hellicar. The partnership was founded to blend the analogue and the digital, to make experiences and systems in the real world that create memories. Current clients include the V&A, Nike and Sony.
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 TINTART to curate the exhibition at Watermans.
We will also be highlighting various ‘Do It Yourself media activities’ across London from this Autumn’s Node.London season of media arts http://www.nodel.org. Also showcasing music and noise, ‘some’ from our sister site Furthernoise.org, providing a rolling lineup of experimental creative adventures for your amusement.