9 episodes

Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts) is an evolving, radical visual arts organisation dedicated to developing an artistic programme that reflects on the social and political impact of globalisation.

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Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts) is an evolving, radical visual arts organisation dedicated to developing an artistic programme that reflects on the social and political impact of globalisation.

    DRIFT: Migration & Movement

    DRIFT: Migration & Movement

    The DRIFT podcast is part of iniva’s postnational digital pavilion reflecting on the entanglement between land, water, movement and m/otherlands.

    This third and final episode explores Migration & Movement, considering the relationship between movement of people and sound, and the role of sound in community building, particularly in the diaspora.

    We’ll be weaving these questions alongside conversations and interviews from curators, artists, and creative practitioners invited by iniva, in order to explore, What is Nation?

    This episode features contributions from (in order as they first appear):


    Yuki Kihara
    Sonia Boyce
    Rudy Loewe
    Ana Victoria Bruno
    Shenece Oretha
    Meera Shakti Osbourne
    Sepake Angiama
    Zineb Sedira
    Stan Douglas

    Produced by:

    Tobi Alexandra Falade (Curatorial Trainee)

    Kaitlene Koranteng (Archivist and Engagement Producer)

    Beatriz Lobo (Curator)

    Edited and mixed by:

    Lucia Scazzocchio

    You heard music and sounds from the works of Yuki Kihara, Sonia Boyce, Shenece Oretha, Zineb Sedira and Stan Douglas.

    • 28 min
    DRIFT: M/otherlands

    DRIFT: M/otherlands

    The DRIFT podcast is part of iniva’s postnational digital pavilion reflecting on the entanglement between land, water, movement and m/otherlands.

    This second episode explores M/otherlands, and considers: what does it mean to belong to a diaspora? How can you create space for yourself in spaces where you are othered? and what does it mean to have the archipelagic as a part of your practice?

    We’ll be weaving these questions alongside conversations and interviews from curators, artists, and creative practitioners invited by iniva, in order to explore, What is Nation?

    This episode features contributions from (in order as they first appear):

    Stan Douglas

    Zineb Sedira

    Andrius Arutiunian

    Sepake Angiama

    Yuki Kihara

    Lola Olufemi

    Rahila Haque

    Yang Li

    Sonia Boyce

    Produced by:

    Tobi Alexandra Falade (Curatorial Trainee)

    Kaitlene Koranteng (Archivist and Engagement Producer)

    Beatriz Lobo (Curator)

    Many thanks to Anthony Badu and Chloe Tayli for their contributions to the production of this episode.

    Edited and mixed by:

    Lucia Scazzocchio

    www.iniva.org

    • 20 min
    DRIFT: Imagination and Borderlessness

    DRIFT: Imagination and Borderlessness

    The DRIFT podcast is part of iniva’s postnational digital pavilion reflecting on the entanglement between land, water, movement and m/otherlands.

    This first episode explores imagination and borderlessness, with questions like how do you unbuild a nation, who gets to imagine borderlessness and how multiple imaginaries of nations can coexist?

    We’ll be weaving these questions alongside conversations and interviews from curators, artists, and creative practitioners invited by iniva, in order to explore, What is Nation?

    This episode features contributions from (in order as they appear):

    Sonia Boyce

    Yuki Kihara

    Catherine Chiang (Hyun Seo)

    Kirsty Flockhart

    Tsherin Sherpa

    Stan Douglas

    Zineb Sedira

    Hosted by:

    Tobi Alexandra Falade (Curatorial Trainee)

    Kaitlene Koranteng (Archivist and Engagement Producer)

    Beatriz Lobo (Curator)

    Edited and mixed by:

    Lucia Scazzocchio

    Also available to listen on Spotify,  Soundcloud and Apple Music.

    • 23 min
    Chatting in the Stacks with Xiaoyi Nie

    Chatting in the Stacks with Xiaoyi Nie

    Curator Xiaoyi Nie joins our host Chloe Austin to discuss her research, titled ‘Collective Marching As A Curatorial Method’, focusing on the curatorial project ‘Long March: A Walking Visual Display’ (2002). In the library she worked on compiling a bibliography of the curator Hou Hanru and transcribing some of Hanru’s recordings of interviews with Chinese artists which he made during his trip to China in 1994.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Chatting in the Stacks with Rashi Rajguru

    Chatting in the Stacks with Rashi Rajguru

    Episode 5 of Chatting in the Stacks featuring Rashi Rajguru

    Artist Rashi Rajguru joins our host to discuss her work in the Stuart Hall Library which was split between working to improve access to the audiovisual collection by transcribing materials and researching for her new publication which takes the first ever image of a black hole, created by the Event Horizon Telescope collaboration as its starting point.

    Find out more on the Iniva website. 

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Chatting in the Stacks with Kaya Birch-Skerritt

    Chatting in the Stacks with Kaya Birch-Skerritt

    Episode 4 of Chatting in the Stacks featuring Kaya Birch-Skerritt.

    Member of mother tongues - an interdisciplinary and research-led project which applies decolonial, feminist and queer theory to explorations of language and identity - Kaya joins Chloe to discuss zine culture, DIY movements, consumerism and Kaya’s use of zines as source material for her degree in Psychosocial Studies at Birkbeck, University of London.

    Find out more about the series and the texts discussed here: https://iniva.org/programme/projects/chatting-in-the-stacks/

    • 46 min

Customer Reviews

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3 Ratings

Sarnius ,

Love the production and quality of discussion

Chloe controls the discussion quite well and it’s really quite insightful in terms of the context discussed x

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