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Suite (212) is a weeky series on Resonance 104.4 FM that explores the arts in their social, political, cultural and historical contexts, broadcasting on Monday afternoons from 2-3pm. We take an inter-disciplinary approach, with an emphasis on innovative, underground or avant-garde work. Sometimes, panels discuss cultural politics; sometimes, we focus on a new publication or exhibition, or a specific individual or group whose work we admire.

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Suite (212) is a weeky series on Resonance 104.4 FM that explores the arts in their social, political, cultural and historical contexts, broadcasting on Monday afternoons from 2-3pm. We take an inter-disciplinary approach, with an emphasis on innovative, underground or avant-garde work. Sometimes, panels discuss cultural politics; sometimes, we focus on a new publication or exhibition, or a specific individual or group whose work we admire.

    The Suite (212) Sessions, no. 14 - Jeremy Deller

    The Suite (212) Sessions, no. 14 - Jeremy Deller

    In the wake of the coronavirus epidemic and shutting down of much of the UK's cultural life, we have decided to bring you a series of interviews with contemporary artists, writers, filmmakers and other cultural figures, conducted via Skype (so apologies for the diminished audio quality), about their practices, the political issues that inspire them and the socio-economic conditions that have shaped their work.

    In the fourteenth of these Sessions, Juliet talks to English conceptual, video and installation artist Jeremy Deller, who was born in London in 1966. They discussed Deller’s documentary Everybody in the Place: An Incomplete History of Britain 1984-1992 (2019), commissioned by Frieze and shown on BBC Four; ideas around collective joy and acid communism, as well as young people’s access to culture and the music heritage industry; his film with Nick Abrahams about Depeche Mode fans; his Battle of Orgreave (2001), which recreated a pivotal confrontation during the miners’ strike of 1984-85, and helped Deller to win the Turner Prize in 2004; Deller’s poster campaigns for the 2017 General Election and in support of immigrants during the Covid-19 crisis; and what the culture and higher education sectors might look like in the wake of the pandemic.

    A full list of references for the programme, with links, can be found via our Patreon at www.patreon.com/suite212, and are available to $3 subscribers.

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    The Suite (212) Sessions, no. 13 - Mark Thomas

    The Suite (212) Sessions, no. 13 - Mark Thomas

    In the wake of the coronavirus epidemic and shutting down of much of the UK's cultural life, we have decided to bring you a series of interviews with contemporary artists, writers, filmmakers and other cultural figures, conducted via Skype (so apologies for the diminished audio quality), about their practices, the political issues that inspire them and the socio-economic conditions that have shaped their work.

    In the thirteenth of these Sessions, Juliet talks to writer, performer, and activist Mark Thomas. Born in south London in 1963, Thomas has worked on TV and radio, written five books and a New Statesman column, curated two art exhibitions, and written a show for the Royal Opera House. His work combines stand-up comedy, investigative journalism, activism and audience participation, has won numerous awards and led to legal changes and government ministers leaving their jobs. Juliet spoke to Mark about his new podcast, The Things About Us, his next work about the NHS, his work in Northern Ireland and the West Bank, his battles with Coca-Cola and Nestlé, how Bertolt Brecht and the Fluxus movement influenced his practice, his TV series The Mark Thomas Product (1996-2002) and how his relationship with Channel 4 changed amidst the start of the War on Terror.

    Cover image by Tracey Moberley.

    A full list of references for the programme, with links, can be found via our Patreon at www.patreon.com/suite212, and are available to $3 subscribers.

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    The Suite (212) Sessions, no. 12 - Deimantas Narkevičius

    The Suite (212) Sessions, no. 12 - Deimantas Narkevičius

    In the wake of the coronavirus epidemic and shutting down of much of the UK's cultural life, we have decided to bring you a series of interviews with contemporary artists, writers, filmmakers and other cultural figures, conducted via Skype (so apologies for the diminished audio quality), about their practices, the political issues that inspire them and the socio-economic conditions that have shaped their work.

    In the twelfth of these Sessions, Juliet talks to artist and filmmaker Deimantas Narkevičius about how the Covid-19 crisis has played out in his native Lithuania, its effect on his teaching work and artistic practice, his forthcoming feature film on stereoscopic photography and his previous works dealing with Soviet monuments and cultural memory. Then they discussed several of Narkevičius’ films in detail: The Role of a Lifetime (2003), made with English filmmaker Peter Watkins; Once in the XX Century (2004); Revisiting Solaris (2007), in which Narkevičius filmed the final chapter of Stanisław Lem’s science fiction novel, which was left out of Andrei Tarkovsky’s 1972 adaptation; and Restricted Sensation (2011), dealing with the treatment of gay men in the Soviet Union in the 1970s.

    A full list of references for the programme, with links, can be found via our Patreon at www.patreon.com/suite212, and are available to $3 subscribers.

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    The Suite (212) Sessions, no. 11 - Travis Alabanza

    The Suite (212) Sessions, no. 11 - Travis Alabanza

    In the wake of the coronavirus epidemic and shutting down of much of the UK's cultural life, we have decided to bring you a series of interviews with contemporary artists, writers, filmmakers and other cultural figures, conducted via Skype (so apologies for the diminished audio quality), about their practices, the political issues that inspire them and the socio-economic conditions that have shaped their work.

    In the eleventh of these Sessions, Juliet talks to performance artist, poet, writer, columnist and theatre-maker Travis Alabanza. They discuss Travis’ performance piece ‘Burgerz, and its path from the Hackney Showroom to the Southbank Centre, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and beyond, and the differences in performing in such venues; their immersive installation ‘All The Ways We Could Grow’ at the Free Word Centre in London; Travis’ performance around the Tate’s Queer British Art exhibition; how to reach different audiences via the mainstream media and through creative practice; the challenges of working in predominantly white and middle-class environments; and the campaign to save the Royal Vauxhall Tavern.

    A full list of references for the programme, with links, can be found via our Patreon at www.patreon.com/suite212, and are available to $3 subscribers.

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    The Suite (212) Sessions, no. 10 - Nathalie Olah

    The Suite (212) Sessions, no. 10 - Nathalie Olah

    In the wake of the coronavirus epidemic and shutting down of much of the UK's cultural life, we have decided to bring you a series of interviews with contemporary artists, writers, filmmakers and other cultural figures, conducted via Skype (so apologies for the diminished audio quality), about their practices, the political issues that inspire them and the socio-economic conditions that have shaped their work.

    In the tenth of these Sessions, Juliet talks to writer/journalist Nathalie Olah about her book Steal As Much As You Can, published by Repeater in October 2019. They discussed how the development of neoliberalism and imposition of austerity went hand-in-hand with the destruction of cultural democracy and the upper-class takeover of British popular culture, New Labour's relationship to arts and culture, the arts policies of Corbyn's Labour and its relationship with the media, and how the left needs to think differently about the 'culture wars' conducted by the UK's Conservative politicians and media.

    A full list of references for the programme, with links, can be found via our Patreon at www.patreon.com/suite212, and are available to $3 subscribers.

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    BONUS: Juliet Jacques reads two short stories

    BONUS: Juliet Jacques reads two short stories

    Recorded as a special programme to celebrate Resonance 104.4fm's 18th birthday, Suite (212) founder and host Juliet Jacques reads two texts written in response to 20th century art. The first is a short story inspired by Dutch artist Bas Jan Ader (1942-75) entitled 'I'm too sad to tell you about I'm Too Sad to Tell You' (2008). The second is a longer text about writer/artist Claude Cahun (1894-1954) called 'Sertraline Surrealism' (2016).

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