9 episodes

Relevant, a podcast by Posture, is hosted and produced by Annie Rose Malamet and features conversations with some of today’s leading queer visionaries. Posture is a New York City-based magazine and creative agency dedicated to diversity and intersectionality.

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    • Visual Arts
    • 5.0, 17 Ratings

Relevant, a podcast by Posture, is hosted and produced by Annie Rose Malamet and features conversations with some of today’s leading queer visionaries. Posture is a New York City-based magazine and creative agency dedicated to diversity and intersectionality.

    Renée Bever: Fatness and Mourning

    Renée Bever: Fatness and Mourning

    Renée Bever is a black, queer and fat abstract artist living in Los Angeles. Originally from the midwest, Renee moved to LA shortly after completing grad school in Boston. Renee cohosts a podcast for Blumhouse called Attack of the Queerwolf where she and her cohosts analyze horror movies through a queer lens. She is currently working on a set of ten large abstract landscapes to premier at a solo show this July. 

     

     You can see Renée's work on Instagram at @gaudylosangeles and @blakkcupcake

    • 38 min
    Clarity Haynes: Censorship & The Lesbian Gaze

    Clarity Haynes: Censorship & The Lesbian Gaze

    Clarity Haynes is a New York-based painter whose work explores the torso as a site for portraiture, revealing themes of healing, trauma and self-determination. Her work can be seen in “The Outwin: American Portraiture Today”,  a traveling exhibition originating at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery. Clarity’s work has been exhibited at Invisible-Exports Gallery and The Leslie Lohman Museum of Lesbian and Gay Art, among others. She is the co-host of Magic Praxis, a studio art talks podcast.

    • 39 min
    Shawné Michaelain Holloway: Representing Power & Submission

    Shawné Michaelain Holloway: Representing Power & Submission

    Shawné Michaelain Holloway is a new media artist using sound, video, and performance to shape the rhetorics of technology and sexuality into tools for exposing structures of power.

    • 35 min
    Macy Rodman: Horror at the Club

    Macy Rodman: Horror at the Club

    Macy Rodman is a Brooklyn-based experimental singer-songwriter. Her 2016 EP Help, explored the idea of the trans girl as a pop star. Her debut album  The Lake was released in 2017. Macy is perhaps best known for her music videos, which have been described by Vogue as “vibrant and campy.”

    • 26 min
    Rindon Johnson: Queer Intimacy & Parenthood

    Rindon Johnson: Queer Intimacy & Parenthood

    Rindon Johnson is a multidisciplinary artist and writer. His sculptures, videos and performances have been shared at Human Resources, Los Angeles; MoMA PS1; Artists Space and National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne - among others. Rindon is the author of "Nobody Sleeps Better Than White People" from Inpatient Press, the virtual reality book, "Meet in the Corner" from Publishing-House.Me and "Shade the King" from Capricious.

    • 31 min
    Lindsay Dye: Reclaiming Joy in Sex Work

    Lindsay Dye: Reclaiming Joy in Sex Work

    Lindsay Dye is a 29 year old artist of Puerto Rican descent from Weston, Florida. She holds an MFA in Photography and Sculpture from the Pratt Institute.She is most known on social media for her Cake Sitting Performances, which are sugary, colorful displays of sexuality and humor. Recently, a profile of her career as sex worker artist appeared in Playboy. 

    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

Sarahhhhhhhh6291 ,

Excellent podcast

Really enjoying this podcast- each episodes interview is very thoughtfully done. Highly recommend.

'Brina ,

Brilliance!

This is a wonderful podcast for anyone captivated by creative or artistic processes and diversity in Queer voices. Annie is a talented and engaging interviewer and the guests are fantastically curated and always so articulate. I’m so happy I found this podcast.

Sssssshhhhhhhhok ,

A work of art

Few other podcasts I’ve listened to have hit the ground running in the same way that Annie’s has. The incredible work that she & her guests have done to make contemporary art issues of appropriation, difference, and the visual image humorous & relevant have been amazing to bear witness to so far. I’m very much looking forward to the future of this show, and the necessary conversations it can help to foster.

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