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Hi guys, Stuart Semple here! Welcome to my brand new art podcast. I’ve been making work my whole life and I’ve been in the art world for 20 odd years and I’ve seen some amazing things and met some incredible people! I’m super excited to bring some of the most visionary and inspiring people on the planet on the show to help inspire you guys and take your art game a stage further. I really believe your creative voice and what you need and have to share with the world can make the world a better place. It’s going to be an awful lot of fun so join me every week. If you want to hear the episodes before anybody else, please subscribe on whatever your favourite platform is. I can’t wait to share this with you! http://stuartsemple.com/

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    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

Hi guys, Stuart Semple here! Welcome to my brand new art podcast. I’ve been making work my whole life and I’ve been in the art world for 20 odd years and I’ve seen some amazing things and met some incredible people! I’m super excited to bring some of the most visionary and inspiring people on the planet on the show to help inspire you guys and take your art game a stage further. I really believe your creative voice and what you need and have to share with the world can make the world a better place. It’s going to be an awful lot of fun so join me every week. If you want to hear the episodes before anybody else, please subscribe on whatever your favourite platform is. I can’t wait to share this with you! http://stuartsemple.com/

    Loneliness and Infrastructure, The British Pavilion, and Rethinking Social Spaces With Unscene Architecture Founder, Maddie Kessler #8

    Loneliness and Infrastructure, The British Pavilion, and Rethinking Social Spaces With Unscene Architecture Founder, Maddie Kessler #8

    The Stuart Semple Show delves into different industries to bring you the latest insights from leading creative minds. In episode 8, host Stuart Semple invites socially driven architect Maddie Kessler to talk about her recent British Pavilion project.
    Kessler is the founder of Unscene Architecture, a creative endeavour that seeks to ‘reveal the unseen forces that shape our cities’. In this thought-provoking hour, Kessler and Semple discuss the relationship between the self and public spaces and the battle to make architecture a vessel for social change. 
    This episode covers
    The British PavilionOwnership of dataRethinking social spaces for the 21st centuryLand ownership in EnglandValue system shifts Loneliness and infrastructureLinks and references at: http://stuartsemple.com/the-stuart-semple-show-podcast/

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Dangerous Ideas, Punk Anti-Culture, and Fast Media with Neville Brody #7

    Dangerous Ideas, Punk Anti-Culture, and Fast Media with Neville Brody #7

    This episode is a true treat for the typographists. Famed artist Neville Brody joins host Stuart Semple to talk about The Face magazine, his Riot collaboration with Supreme, and his humble beginnings. 
    Neville has a long list of accolades. He is best known for his impact on The Face magazine, being the Dean of the School of Communications at the Royal College of Art, and producing typography and graphics for the likes of Coca Cola and Channel 4.
    The Stuart Semple Show art podcast is all about the intersection between art, politics, and culture. No topic is out of bounds for two of Britain’s most prominent artists. They discuss the anti-culture movement that arose in the late 1900s and the worrying trend towards conformity in recent years. 
    This episode covers:
    Punk anti-cultureThe next generation of creatorsSocial media reachThe dangers of fast mediaThat Goldilocks momentHumble beginnings The Face MagazineLinks and references at: http://stuartsemple.com/the-stuart-semple-show-podcast/

    • 47 min
    90s Culture, BAFTA nominations, and That Parliament Projection with Gail Porter #6

    90s Culture, BAFTA nominations, and That Parliament Projection with Gail Porter #6

    The Stuart Semple Show art podcast is back with another intimate hour of conversation. In this episode, Stuart speaks to ex-model and television personality Gail Porter. 
    Hot on the heels of her wildly successful tell-all documentary Being Gail Porter, this episode delves into Gail’s life behind the camera. Stuart steers the conversation towards that famous Parliament stunt, meeting Davie Bowie, and the brewing feeling of discontent in the 90s. 
    The Stuart Semple show encourages listeners to stretch the bounds of self-expression. Gail talks about the underground rave scene in the 90s and how it helped her break away from the mundanity of everyday life.
    This episode covers
    Meeting Davie Bowie 90s cultureThat Houses of Parliament projectionTop of the Pops Underground ravesBeing Gail PorterLove for Star WarsTrust in the modelling industryLinks and references at: http://stuartsemple.com/the-stuart-semple-show-podcast/

    • 58 min
    Nicholas Pinnock: Emotional Triggers, Accepting Negatives, and Staying True to Yourself with Top Boy Actor #5

    Nicholas Pinnock: Emotional Triggers, Accepting Negatives, and Staying True to Yourself with Top Boy Actor #5

    In episode #5 of The Stuart Semple Show, host and artist Stuart Semple dives into the world of acting with Top Boy and For Life star Nicholas Pinnock. 
    Nothing is out of bounds in this intimate hour. Nicholas and Stuart talk about the subconscious and conscious brain on stage, emotional triggers that unlock creativity, and the hard road to recovery after a traumatic breakdown. 
    The Stuart Semple Show is an art podcast that encourages listeners to remain true to their art, no matter what. In this episode, Nicholas talks about only taking on roles that challenge and inspire him, even in dire straits. 
     This episode covers:
    The psychological side of getting into characterStaying true to your artPutting a piece of yourself into your artMental health and the road to recoveryAccepting the negative with the positiveVirtual art VS the real thingLinks and references at: http://stuartsemple.com/

    • 59 min
    Lauri Love: Cyber Activism, WikiLeaks, and Holding Mainstream Media to Account with Activist & Hacker #4

    Lauri Love: Cyber Activism, WikiLeaks, and Holding Mainstream Media to Account with Activist & Hacker #4

    This episode of The Stuart Semple Show takes us back to the 90s, when cyber warfare was wreaking havoc on an international scale, redefining the landscape of social activism, and breaking down barriers… all from sleepy suburban homes.
    Guest Lauri Love is no stranger to cyberactivism. He talks about his initiation into that world at the tender age of 14, his international travel restrictions, and his views on mainstream journalism. 
    What is art? Who is to say that cyber social activism is any different from Stuart Semple’s own brand of disruptive expressionism? Stuart and Lauri discuss how cyber warfare intersects with modern political and social art.

    This episode covers:
    The origins of the term hackerThe cyber army movement in the 90sCausing social changeHacking as activismWikiLeaks and journalismLauri Love’s battle with the lawInternet communities and how they transcend barriersLinks and references at: http://stuartsemple.com/the-stuart-semple-show-podcast/

    • 59 min
    Tom Sachs: Authenticity, Egalitarian Cryptocurrency, and Meditation in Art #3

    Tom Sachs: Authenticity, Egalitarian Cryptocurrency, and Meditation in Art #3

    The Stuart Semple show invites contemporary artists for an intimate conversation about their craft.
    American sculpture artist Tom Sachs joins episode 3 of The Stuart Semple Show to discuss his art, his workshop, and his dislike of reproduction snobbery. Everything is up for discussion in this hour-long art podcast. 
    Stuart Semple and Tom Sachs bounce ideas off each other about the power of cleaning, the question of whether originals have an aura, and even the egalitarian power of cryptocurrency. 
    This episode gives an insight into Stuart’s recent battle against companies using his name, products, and signature to sell knock-off paint in China. 
    This episode covers:
    Cleaning as a form of meditationFake Stuart Semple paint in ChinaThe egalitarian nature of cryptocurrencyOriginal artwork and authenticity Meditation in artPhoto of Tom by: Mario Sorrenti
    Links and references: http://stuartsemple.com/
    Connect with Tom: https://www.tomsachs.org/

    • 57 min

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