En 2019, j'ai lancé (et laissé tomber...) un podcast sur l'origami.
Le temps de quelques épisodes, j'ai interviewé des créateur‧rice‧s sur leur art.
À part un épisode, le podcast est en anglais.
Nicolas Terry - VF
Exceptionnellement, en bonus de l'épisode 3, voici l'interview de Nicolas en français. Notez bien que cet épisode ne contient que l'interview. Je n'ai pas traduit les autres rubriques. Elles sont disponibles dans l'épisode original.
Passion... If you dedicate yourself to it, you will achieve great things. Not only for yourself, but for an entire community…
In this episode, I'm with Nicolas Terry, whom you might now, both as an artist and en editor.
I'm sorry this episode took so long to air. It was quite difficult to make, especially due to the translation work. I hope you'll like it !
World Origami Days - Fredrik Skaare Baden
I was wondering… Do podcast and origami have something in common? On the top of my mind, I would say yes, even if it's not obvious. Look, for instance, both can be practiced alone. A paper and a book. A mikeand a computer. You're all set. But in the end youwill quickly find a wo,nderfulcommunity you can reach out to. A community that will help you improve. A community you can contribute to. In the end, it's all about sharing.
You're about to listen to the second episode dedicated to the World Origami Days. The World Origami Days are an annual event when folders and origami artists promote origami around them. With Precrease & Collapse, I took the bet to invite podcasts' hosts for a long-distance origami-lesson. In the first episode, you met Dam, from the French podcast Écoute-ça. Today, I am honored to meet with Fredrik Baden, from the international fiction podcast The Amelia Project. When I left a message on their answering machine, my hopes were quite low. But, surpisingly, Alvina picked it and handed it to their composer and sound designer…
World Origami Days - Dam
Sometimes, a new and strange idea will pop in your mind. And you know what ? You should follow this idea… Each year, during the World Origami Days, folders and origami artists promote origami around them. I was wondering how this podcast could join the movement. And this crazy idea hit me. I should give a long-distance origami-lesson to another podcast host. And this is the first special episode of a set of two, dedicated to the World Origami Days. So, here we are today, with Dam. He's the co-host of the French music podcast Écoute-ça, which could be translated to Listen to this. He kindly agreed to be my guest today.
If you've been folding origami for some times, you certainly have some stacks of chiyogami and other patterned papers in your drawers. They look nice, sure, but you never find a suitable model to use them… Well, don't give up! Listen to Viviane Berty, my guest today, and get inspired by how she challenged herself into designing marvelous models for this luxurious papers.
There is a saying that behind every great man is a great woman. But, as for today's guest, I dare say that behind him were, once, three little girls. Without them, he might not have emerged as the successful artist we know. So, if you wanna know how Gachepapier's origami path started, stay with me…