11 episodes

A podcast from Glasgow International, featuring artists from the 2021 programme in free form conversation about their work, the world, as well as the theme of this year's festival, 'Attention'.

Encounters Glasgow International

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A podcast from Glasgow International, featuring artists from the 2021 programme in free form conversation about their work, the world, as well as the theme of this year's festival, 'Attention'.

    Encounters 11: Ingrid Pollard and Freya Monk-McGowan

    Encounters 11: Ingrid Pollard and Freya Monk-McGowan

    Artist and photographer Ingrid Pollard and curator Freya Monk-McGowan discuss the history behind the Lesbian Archive, now housed at Glasgow Women’s library, and how it led to Ingrid’s exhibition No Cover Up.

    Audio extracts from No Cover Up are used with permission of artist, Ingrid Pollard.

    Read the episode 11 transcript.

    Visit the website at: glasgowinternational.org

    Production Credits:
    Producer: Lynsey Moyes
    Original Music: Pete Burns

    GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund

    • 29 min
    Encounters 10: Margaret Salmon and Kirsteen Macdonald

    Encounters 10: Margaret Salmon and Kirsteen Macdonald

    Filmmaker Margaret Salmon and curator Kirsteen Macdonald discuss how feminist economics was the starting point for their exhibition ‘Home Economics’ which centres around Margaret’s new film ‘Icarus (After Amelia)’.

    Extracts from Icarus (After Amelia) are used with permission of Margaret Salmon, Maria Fusco and Tracyanne Campbell

    More info here:

    https://glasgowinternational.org/digital-events/margaret-salmon-home-economics/

    Production Credits:
    Producer: Lynsey Moyes
    Original Music: Pete Burns

    GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund

    • 30 min
    Encounters 9: D. Graham Burnett and Sal Randolph

    Encounters 9: D. Graham Burnett and Sal Randolph

    In this episode D. Graham Burnett and Sal Randolph discuss their upcoming GI event ‘The Dance of Attention’, their involvement in the research collective ESTAR(SER) www.estarser.net and their shared interest in the history and practices of attention.

    More info here:
    https://glasgowinternational.org/digital-events/d-graham-burnett-stevie-knauss-sal-randolph/

    Production Credits:
    Producer: Lynsey Moyes
    Original Music: Pete Burns

    GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund

    • 29 min
    Episode 8: Shifting Attention (Richard Parry, Orit Gat, Brian Dillon, Stefanie Hessler)

    Episode 8: Shifting Attention (Richard Parry, Orit Gat, Brian Dillon, Stefanie Hessler)

    This episode is an edited version of an event which was recorded in April 2020 as part of Glasgow International’s online programme.  GI director, Richard Parry, chairs a panel discussion on the Festival’s theme of ‘Attention’ with guests Orit Gat, Brian Dillon and Stefanie Hessler.

    Production Credits:
    Producer: Lynsey Moyes
    Original Music: Pete Burns

    GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund

    • 35 min
    Episode 7: Graham Fagen and Maria Fusco

    Episode 7: Graham Fagen and Maria Fusco

    Graham Fagen and Maria Fusco reflect on the importance of names and how they relate to our identity and culture - themes explored in Graham’s exhibition ‘The Ping Pong Club (an archive of the misspelling of Graham Fagen)

    Gl2021 runs 11 – 27 June. Visit the website at: https://glasgowinternational.org/

    Production Credits:
    Producer: Lynsey Moyes
    Original Music: Pete Burns

    GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund

    • 29 min
    Episode 6: Awuor Onyango and Sekai Machache (Part 2)

    Episode 6: Awuor Onyango and Sekai Machache (Part 2)

    In Part Two of their conversation, Awuor Onyango and Sekai Machache explore the legacy of African diaspora in Scotland and Kenya and talk about the perspectives gained from their respective journeys to Glasgow and Nairobi.

    (Strong language warning)

    Gl2021 runs 11 – 27 June. Visit the website at: https://glasgowinternational.org/

    Production Credits:
    Producer: Lynsey Moyes
    Original Music: Pete Burns

    GI Encounters is supported by the Scottish Government’s Expo and Arts Fund

    • 30 min

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