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Hidden Noise is an arts and culture podcast presented by Even Magazine. Our biweekly, 30-minute program includes reviews, interviews, and discussions about current exhibitions and cultural goings-on both here in New York and around the world. As an extension of Even's print magazine, Hidden Noise bridges the gap between culture and current affairs through conversations with a variety of distinguished guests and discussions led by hosts Rebecca Siegel and Abby Sandler. Hidden Noise offers a closer look at what is happening in culture right now with, of course, no opinions spared.

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    • 5.0 • 36 Ratings

Hidden Noise is an arts and culture podcast presented by Even Magazine. Our biweekly, 30-minute program includes reviews, interviews, and discussions about current exhibitions and cultural goings-on both here in New York and around the world. As an extension of Even's print magazine, Hidden Noise bridges the gap between culture and current affairs through conversations with a variety of distinguished guests and discussions led by hosts Rebecca Siegel and Abby Sandler. Hidden Noise offers a closer look at what is happening in culture right now with, of course, no opinions spared.

    Hidden Noise: Digital de Suite, Part 1

    Hidden Noise: Digital de Suite, Part 1

    On this special episode of Hidden Noise, we are presenting you with recordings from Digital de Suite, a symposium on blockchain and the arts held during Frieze New York in May 2018. We begin with an introduction by Even’s editor Jason Farago, who spoke to the live audience about why a print magazine would care about blockchain. Then artist Sarah Meyohas discusses her Bitchcoin project and subsequent use of blockchain technologies in her practice. And finally, we present a panel discussion with artists Sarah Meyohas and Artie Vierkant, alongside Hugo Liu from Artsy and Kevin McCoy from Monegraph, moderated by Triple Canopy’s editor Alexander Provan.

    • 59 min
    Hidden Noise: Digital de Suite, Part 2

    Hidden Noise: Digital de Suite, Part 2

    In this second half of the episode, we begin with a presentation by artist Brad Troemel on distributed networks, including a variety of strategies that incorporate blockchain technologies and theories with art making and selling. Then Bloomberg editor James Tarmy leads a discussion about the art market with Amy Whitaker, a professor at New York University, artists Joao Enxuto & Erica Love, Jess Houlgrave from Codex, and Noah Wunsch from Sotheby’s.

    • 46 min
    Hidden Noise no. 14 –– Neue Galerie, JiaJia Fei, and Daniel S. Palmer

    Hidden Noise no. 14 –– Neue Galerie, JiaJia Fei, and Daniel S. Palmer

    On the season finale of Hidden Noise, hosts Abby Sandler and Rebecca Siegel head to the Neue Galerie for "Before the Fall: German and Austrian Art of the 1930's." Then, to close things out for the season the hosts will be joined by two distinguished guests for the Even 8, JiaJia Fei from the Jewish Museum and Daniel S. Palmer from Public Art Fund.

    • 45 min
    Hidden Noise no. 13 –– Bodies at the Met Breuer and Peter Russo of Triple Canopy

    Hidden Noise no. 13 –– Bodies at the Met Breuer and Peter Russo of Triple Canopy

    On episode 13 of Hidden Noise, hosts Abby Sandler and Rebecca Siegel visit the Met Breuer for this week's Go See: "Like Life: Sculpture, Color, and the Body (1300-now)." Then the hosts are joined by Peter Russo, director of Triple Canopy for the Even 8.

    • 22 min
    Hidden Noise no. 12 –– Grant Wood, Zoe Leonard, and Emma Enderby from The Shed

    Hidden Noise no. 12 –– Grant Wood, Zoe Leonard, and Emma Enderby from The Shed

    On episode 12 of Hidden Noise, hosts Abby Sandler and Rebecca Siegel head to the Whitney for "Grant Wood: American Gothic and Other Fables" and "Zoe Leonard: Survey." The hosts are then joined by Emma Enderby, curator at The Shed, to discuss the forthcoming programming at the eagerly anticipated institution.

    • 25 min
    Hidden Noise no. 11 –– Tarsila do Amaral and Sean Landers

    Hidden Noise no. 11 –– Tarsila do Amaral and Sean Landers

    On episode 11 of Hidden Noise hosts Abby Sandler and Rebecca Siegel head to MoMA for "Tarsila do Amaral: Inventing Modern Art in Brazil." For Critical Conversations, Even editor Jason Farago is joined by artist Sean Landers to discuss his current exhibition at Petzel Gallery.

    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
36 Ratings

36 Ratings

Ethan from LA ,

Culture. At its best

Hosts Abby and Rebecca have a wonderful on-air dynamic

girlwithopinions ,

A must have guide to art in NYC

If you’re like me, I read and hear about shows at museums, I go, but I often have little context for what I am looking at and who made it and why. Rebecca and Abby beautifully and expertly give context to happenings all across the art world, which can be overwhelming and daunting without a guide. If you want to be in the know about what’s happening in New York, you must listen to this podcast.

Rufus12309 ,

Amazing new podcast

Love the tone and spirit of this new podcast. Hosts Abby and Rebecca are both witty and charistmatic and provide endless insight on the NY art world without any sense of pretention. Looking forward to hearing more!

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