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KHROMARADIO is a visual arts podcast. It is a multi-disciplinary platform for exploring trends in art and its resonances in politics, markets, new media and technology. Each episode will feature one visual artist and a theme that characterizes his or her work. Visit our official website @ KHROMARADIO.COM

KHROMARADIO: visual arts podcast Maita Sayo

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KHROMARADIO is a visual arts podcast. It is a multi-disciplinary platform for exploring trends in art and its resonances in politics, markets, new media and technology. Each episode will feature one visual artist and a theme that characterizes his or her work. Visit our official website @ KHROMARADIO.COM

    Episode 3: art and technology, an interview with Peter Todd

    Episode 3: art and technology, an interview with Peter Todd

    This episode features Peter Todd, a multi-disciplinary and multi-talented artist, electrical engineer, student of math and physics. Tune in as we talk about art and axioms, the limits of solar energy, renaissance perspective as technology, and the narratives embedded in things, from furniture to iPads.
    Khromaradio is pretty sure that Peter Todd is a genius. If you have questions for him, he can answer them in a future episode. Email us at khromaradio@gmail.com.
    Our feature track is Principles by benoitandsergio
    Our outro is Squarepusher's Quadrature.
    Images of Peter Todd's 64-bit counter will be posted soon. But for now, see the elegant motherboard he made for Kal Mansur studios @ konstructions.blogspot.com

    Visit our official website: khromaradio.com

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Episode 2: art and animals, an interview with Robert Farmer

    Episode 2: art and animals, an interview with Robert Farmer

    What is art's relationship to the animal? Here khromaradio.com features Robert Farmer, a painter working in the illustrative genre. Specializing in pop-influenced surrealism, Farmer pokes fun at current social taboos. Our feature track is by Matthew Herbert, from the album Plat du Jour. The track is called "The Truncated Life of a Modern Industrialised Chicken". See it on the tube.
    Maita Sayo for Khromaradio, 27 August 2011
    Visit our official website: khromaradio.com

    • 33 min
    Episode 1: art, flexible labor, music as disposable art, Flying Lotus

    Episode 1: art, flexible labor, music as disposable art, Flying Lotus

    First episode and launch for khromaradio.com, a bi-monthly podcast that explores trends in art, politics, markets, and pop culture. It will feature in-depth interviews with visual artists, designers, and other art-practitioners.
    TRACKLIST: Opening track Eyes be Closed, Washed Out * 0:35-5:50 What is Khromaradio? * 5:51 - 15:36 Artists and stereotypes * 15:38 - 27:47 "Job Jugglers on the Tightrope" (NYT) - flexible labour and artists * 27:48 - 28:35 Next week's feature: Robert Farmer * 28:36 - 36:28 "Multiple Careers are Better than One" (FT); on expertise, multi-disciplinarity, fragmentary labor, forging new connections in today's information economy * 36:38 - 39:45 Why like? Online music as disposable art * 39:46 – 48:42 Maita recommends: FLYING LOTUS and more on musical abstraction, modal jazz, musical citation, and FlyLo's awesomeness * Ending track Do the Astral Plane, Flying Lotus
    Official website: khromaradio.com
    Credits: Thanks to Arthur Imperial for co-hosting and producing this episode.

    • 48 min

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