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Art-agenda and Art Basel launch a new series of podcasts

Covering important topics that concern today’s world, from climate change to gender inequality and the rise of new nationalisms, the series begins today and new episodes will be released on a weekly basis.

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Hosted by Julieta Aranda, the podcasts focus on some of today’s most important issues, intersecting art, politics, environmental action, and gender disparity. The podcasts bring together the voices of highly respected experts and thinkers such as Benjamin H. Bratton, Coco Fusco, Stefanie Hessler, the Otolith Group, Otobong Nkanga, Trevor Paglen, and Lucia Pietroiusti, among many others, who jointly reflect on how art addresses issues including how to tackle and reduce the emission of carbon footprint, the challenges of being an artist and a mother, the persistence of surveillance states, and the rise of new nationalisms.

Recorded during Art Basel’s Conversations series in June 2019, the podcasts will be available on artagenda.com/podcasts and artbasel.com as well as on all major podcast platforms. A new podcast will be released every Tuesday, on a weekly basis, from September 18 onward.

The series also represents the global launch of art-agenda’s podcasts, which further expand its engagement with contemporary art and criticism beyond the screen and the written form.

Art-agenda and Art Basel podcast Art-Agenda

    • Visual Arts

Art-agenda and Art Basel launch a new series of podcasts

Covering important topics that concern today’s world, from climate change to gender inequality and the rise of new nationalisms, the series begins today and new episodes will be released on a weekly basis.

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Hosted by Julieta Aranda, the podcasts focus on some of today’s most important issues, intersecting art, politics, environmental action, and gender disparity. The podcasts bring together the voices of highly respected experts and thinkers such as Benjamin H. Bratton, Coco Fusco, Stefanie Hessler, the Otolith Group, Otobong Nkanga, Trevor Paglen, and Lucia Pietroiusti, among many others, who jointly reflect on how art addresses issues including how to tackle and reduce the emission of carbon footprint, the challenges of being an artist and a mother, the persistence of surveillance states, and the rise of new nationalisms.

Recorded during Art Basel’s Conversations series in June 2019, the podcasts will be available on artagenda.com/podcasts and artbasel.com as well as on all major podcast platforms. A new podcast will be released every Tuesday, on a weekly basis, from September 18 onward.

The series also represents the global launch of art-agenda’s podcasts, which further expand its engagement with contemporary art and criticism beyond the screen and the written form.

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