Our Guests Don Edler and Nina Sarnelle talk propaganda, desperately refreshing online news, advertising, being caged in the algorithm, capitalism, competition, Nike Missles/Shoes, North Korea, The Doomsday Clock, Nike X and My Dead Hand, Two Minutes to Midnight and so much more ...
propaganda, desperately refreshing online news, being caged in the algorithm, capitalism, competition, Nike Missles/Shoes, North Korea, The Doomsday Clock, Nike X and My Dead Hand, Two Minutes to Midnight
Don Edler is an artist and filmmaker based in Los Angeles. He founded Elevator Mondays in 2017, a social exhibition space, curatorial project and experimental publishing company. He recently had a show at Hunter Shaw Fine Art in LA, titled Two Minutes to Midnight
Nina Sarnelle is an artist and musician living in Los Angeles. She is a founding member of two different collectives, the Institute for New Feeling and dadpranks. She is in a show opening on November 29th at Human Resources in Los Angeles called Ecology of the Edge and will be performing at the opening reception. Also if you’re in Denver Colorado you can check out a show called The Fulfillment Center at Black Cube thru December 7th.
Our interstitial music as always is Ocfif by Lewis Keller.
And we go out with a track from our guest Nina Sarnelle off her album from May 2018, Tell me about yr research, which can be found on bandcamp at NinaSarnelle.bandcamp.com, and the name of the song is … you can handle