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This platform plays host for Serpentine Radio, the Serpentine Galleries’ online radio and podcast station, featuring sound-based art, specially-commissioned programmes and audio recordings.

Find out more at http://radio.serpentinegalleries.org/

    The Serpentine Podcast: On General Ecology - Episode 4: With Plants

    The Serpentine Podcast: On General Ecology - Episode 4: With Plants

    Plant roots move towards the water and their leaves grow towards the sun. They remember, and they learn from, their experiences. They don't have neurons. Does it matter? Episode 4 asks about plant intelligence, and what we mean when we talk about intelligence in the first place. On 19.05.19, Serpentine Galleries held the fourth symposium in the series on consciousness across species, The Shape of a Circle in the Mind of a Fish, subtitled with Plants. Victoria Sin brings us backstage exclusive interviews and new sound pieces from Chris Watson, Elvia Wilke, Antoine Bertin, Michael Marder and Rosa Johan Uddoh. With additional sound from Saelia Aparicio and Jenna Sutela.

    Hosts: Victoria Sin
    Production: Femi Oriogun-Williams and Jessie Lawson for Reduced Listening
    Mixing: Steve Wyatt

    • 28 min
    The Serpentine Podcast: On General Ecology - Episode 3: PLANTSEX

    The Serpentine Podcast: On General Ecology - Episode 3: PLANTSEX

    Did you know that orchids and lettuces were used in ancient Greek and Roman recipes to enhance and suppress sexual appetite? What can plants teach us about sex and desire? In Episode 3 of The Serpentine Podcast: On General Ecology, Victoria Sin and Lucia Pietroiusti reflect on the long and deep relationship between botany, eroticism, agriculture and myth, featuring exclusive interviews with Emanuele Coccia and sound works by Jenna Sutela, among others.


    Hosts: Victoria Sin & Lucia Pietroiusti
    Production: Femi Oriogun Williams and Jessie Lawson for Reduced Listening
    Mixing: Steve Wyatt
    Image: Alex Cecchetti, Belladonna, PLANTSEX, 12 April 2019, in collaboration with Institut français du Royaume-Uni and Mal Journal © Talie Rose Eigeland

    • 26 min
    The Serpentine Podcast: Bonus Episode - Rights to the City?

    The Serpentine Podcast: Bonus Episode - Rights to the City?

    The Serpentine Podcast brings you the curators for Serpentine Projects and Serpentine Education - Amal Khalaf and Alex Thorp. They bring us sounds from their one day forum at Conway Hall in London, Rights to the City?. We hear artists, activists and educators from across the world considering how artists, institutions and people can transform society.

    Hosts: Amal Khalaf & Alex Thorp
    Production: Paul Smith for Reduced Listening
    Mixing: Steve Wyatt

    • 29 min
    The Serpentine Podcast: On General Ecology - Episode 2: Complex Everything

    The Serpentine Podcast: On General Ecology - Episode 2: Complex Everything

    Episode 2 of The Serpentine Podcast: On General Ecology. As humans, we have a need to simplify our surroundings to understand them. How can we communicate the complexity of the world in a way we understand, without losing its meaning? In this episode, Victoria Sin and Lucia Pietroiusti digest material from the Shape of a Circle in the Mind of a Fish second symposium, curated by Lucia and Filipa Ramos. Anthropologist Anna Tsing encourages us to consider the subjectivity of the land through Friendly Farming, and Daisy Hildyard attempts to square the individual human experience with its place in the global economic system. We try to find the cracks in the everyday experience that allow us to see the multitudes of meaning that surround us.

    Hosts: Victoria Sin & Lucia Pietroiusti
    Production: Jessie Lawson for Reduced Listening
    Mixing: Steve Wyatt

    • 43 min
    The Serpentine Podcast: On General Ecology - Episode 1: In Our Bodies

    The Serpentine Podcast: On General Ecology - Episode 1: In Our Bodies

    In our own bodies, we are outnumbered 9-to-1 by non-human cells. If we as humans need these organisms to function, what exactly do we mean when we think of ourselves as 'an individual'? In this episode, Victoria Sin attends the second part of the long symposium, The Shape of a Circle in the Mind of a Fish: we have never been one - one of General Ecology's key event series. Victoria catches up backstage with Daisy Hildyard, Priya Jay, Leah Kelly, Germain Meulemans, Lucia Pietroiusti, Filipa Ramos, Phoebe Tickell, Anaïs Tondeur and Anna Tsing. Featuring sound works from Annea Lockwood, Sophia Al-Maria, Vivian Caccuri and Jenna Sutela and a text excerpt from Tamam Shud by Alex Cecchetti.

    Host: Victoria Sin
    Production: Jessie Lawson for Reduced Listening
    Mixing: Steve Wyatt

    • 38 min
    The Serpentine Podcast: On Work - Episode 8: Algorithmic Superstructures

    The Serpentine Podcast: On Work - Episode 8: Algorithmic Superstructures

    This episode we partner with IMPAKT Festival 2018 to ask: How are algorithms shaping the world of work? Lucia catches up backstage with festival curators Luba Elliott, Yasemin Keskintepe and Alex Anikina. The Demystification Committee share sounds from the 2010 Flash Crash and we listen in on a discussion on data and public space between Judith Bihr, Charlie Clemoes and Albert Meijer, chaired by friend of the podcast Marina Otero. These conversations and performances were recorded at the Impakt Festival in October 2018. Ending the series, we hear a piece from our very own sound designer Dane Law's new project - Medieval Computer Music - where he uses Markov chains and Euclidean algorithms to create sound pieces that appear rustic and organic but are at the same time completely synthetic.

    Hosts: Victoria Sin & Lucia Pietroiusti
    Production: Jessie Lawson & Jack Howson for Reduced Listening
    Sound Design: Dane Law
    Mixing: Rob Winter

    Image credit: Marcus du Sautoy, Serpentine Work Marathon, Royal Geographical Society, 22 September 2018, Photograph © 2018 Plastiques Photography

    • 51 min

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