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Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) creates a forum for the contemporary arts and critical debates. Together with artists, academics, everyday experts, and partners across the globe, it explores ideas in the making and shares them with the digital public.

HKW Podcast Haus der Kulturen der Welt

    • Gesellschaft und Kultur
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Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) creates a forum for the contemporary arts and critical debates. Together with artists, academics, everyday experts, and partners across the globe, it explores ideas in the making and shares them with the digital public.

    Episode 7: Donna V. Jones | The White West: Whose Universal?

    Episode 7: Donna V. Jones | The White West: Whose Universal?

    The legacies of colonialism tend to find expression in a language that contemporary audiences find familiar and compelling, and hence remain largely unquestioned. In the run-up to the conference The White West IV: Whose Universal? (summer 2021), the podcast invites participants of the conference to discuss the overlaps between metaphysical predicates and colonial formations.

    Ana Teixeira Pinto and Anselm Franke in conversation with Donna V. Jones

    More information:
    www.hkw.de/whoseuniversal
    www.hkw.de/en/thewhitewest

    • 1 Std. 10 Min.
    Episode 6: Norman Ajari | The White West: Whose Universal?

    Episode 6: Norman Ajari | The White West: Whose Universal?

    The legacies of colonialism tend to find expression in a language that contemporary audiences find familiar and compelling, and hence remain largely unquestioned. In the run-up to the conference The White West IV: Whose Universal? (summer 2021), the podcast invites participants of the conference to discuss the overlaps between metaphysical predicates and colonial formations.

    Kader Attia in conversation with Norman Ajari

    More information:
    www.hkw.de/whoseuniversal
    www.hkw.de/en/thewhitewest

    • 1 Std. 2 Min.
    Episode 5: Olivier Marboeuf | The White West: Whose Universal?

    Episode 5: Olivier Marboeuf | The White West: Whose Universal?

    The legacies of colonialism tend to find expression in a language that contemporary audiences find familiar and compelling, and hence remain largely unquestioned. In the run-up to the conference The White West IV: Whose Universal? (summer 2021), the podcast invites participants of the conference to discuss the overlaps between metaphysical predicates and colonial formations.

    Kader Attia in conversation with Olivier Marboeuf

    More information:
    www.hkw.de/whoseuniversal
    www.hkw.de/en/thewhitewest

    • 1 Std. 27 Min.
    Episode 4: Dirk Moses | The White West: Whose Universal?

    Episode 4: Dirk Moses | The White West: Whose Universal?

    The legacies of colonialism tend to find expression in a language that contemporary audiences find familiar and compelling, and hence remain largely unquestioned. In the run-up to the conference The White West IV: Whose Universal? (summer 2021), the podcast invites participants of the conference to discuss the overlaps between metaphysical predicates and colonial formations.

    Anselm Franke in conversation with Dirk Moses

    More information:
    www.hkw.de/whoseuniversal
    www.hkw.de/en/thewhitewest

    • 1 Std. 4 Min.
    Episode 3: Françoise Vergès | The White West: Whose Universal?

    Episode 3: Françoise Vergès | The White West: Whose Universal?

    The legacies of colonialism tend to find expression in a language that contemporary audiences find familiar and compelling, and hence remain largely unquestioned. In the run-up to the conference The White West IV: Whose Universal? (summer 2021), the podcast invites participants of the conference to discuss the overlaps between metaphysical predicates and colonial formations.

    Kader Attia in conversation with Françoise Vergès

    More information:
    www.hkw.de/whoseuniversal
    www.hkw.de/en/thewhitewest

    • 51 Min.
    Politics of the Dance Floor: Reset

    Politics of the Dance Floor: Reset

    The music industry is dominated by neoliberal structures; large corporations hold the monopoly. How can the gatekeepers’ power be redistributed? Is it possible to collectivize mainstream digital platforms? And what role do class, privilege and representation play? The third episode of the Politics of the Dance Floor podcast explores the economic aspects of club culture. The producer, performer and astrophysicist houaïda speaks with the founder of an independent communications agency Melissa Taylor, the label manager Nicky Böhm and the DJ and musicologist He Zhao about social change and the responsibility of the dance community.

    Tracks:
    Caspa: Rubber Chicken
    Umm Kulthum: Al Atlal
    Exercise One vs Mathew Jonson: Lost Forever in a Happy Crowd - Exone
    Ayinla Omowura & his Apala Group + J Kenzo feat. DJ Zhao: Fuji Dub

    Contact Transmission:
    www.transmissionnet.org
    transmission.platform@gmail.com
    www.instagram.com/transmission_net/

    Image: Opashona Gosh: I Never Dream, 2019

    • 58 Min.

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