Our Creative Disturbance ( professional podcasts for the art science technology community of practice) is doing great guns ( hmm metaphor ?) 15,000 podcasts have now been downloaded by interesting people
We are now featuring some of the best podcasts as curated by the 25 producers of the channels (which we call Disturbances)
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Please enjoy this selection of our most popular podcasts to date!
Mayye Zayed, an Independent Woman Filmmaker Maker in Alexandria
An encounter with an independent filmmaker, editor and film producer in Alexandria, Egypt.
Originally Published: June 26, 2015
Negotiating the Term Intersex
In this podcast, Poe Johnson interviews Dr. Teri Merrick on how the scientific community’s move away from the Intersex label, largely free of any consultatoin from any Intersex people, has had larger implications on the people who occupy that identity.
Originally Published: June 20, 2015
10: Analog Synth Master Doug Lynner [ENG]
My guest is analog synthesizer master Doug Lynner, who has performed evolving live compositions on the Serge Modular Synthesizer for over 40 years, as well as editing the classic electronic music magazine Synapse.
Originally Published: August 13, 2015
Cellphonia: A Historical Perspective
Steve Bull and channel producer Scot Gresham-Lancaster meet online to look back over the early days of putting the cellphonia project together. This is just the first of several interviews that will cover the background of the technical and aesthetic challenges that make up this new audio art form, the cellphone opera.
Originally Published: March 19, 2015
“Performing with Jellyfishes”, Meeting with Robertina Šebjanič
In this podcast, slovene artist Robertina Šebjanič discusses her work with jellyfishes and more precisely the sound performance “Aurelia 1 + Hz / proto viva sonification”. Issues of immortality, ecology and our relation to living creatures are discussed.
“Performing with Jellyfishes”, rencontre avec Robertina Šebjanič, 16’53
Enregistré par Annick Bureaud, le 6 février 2015 à Paris, jingles et habillage sonore Jean-Yves Leloup, musique extraits de la performance de Robertina Šebjanič avec les méduses “Aurelia 1 + Hz / proto viva sonification”.
“Performing with Jellyfishes”, meeting with Robertina Šebjanič, 16’53
Recorded by Annick Bureaud, February 6th 2015 in Paris, jingles and sound design Jean-Yves Leloup, music from the performance “Aurelia 1 + Hz / proto viva sonification” of Robertina Šebjanič with the jellyfishes.
Originally Published: April 30, 2015
The Johannesburg Rocket Factory
Artist-Activist Marcus Neustetter and Astronomer-Editor Roger Malina discuss the Rocket Factory project in Johannesburg; the ancient factory is being converted into residential units. Neustetter convinced the developer to creatively transform the project to create a unique residential space that is also connected to the imaginary of the place and its nearby residents.
Originally Published: April 22, 2015
Modern Art’s Unsung Pioneer: Gadney on Malina, Part 1
Fabrice Lapelletrie speaks with artist and writer Reg Gadney about his introduction to engineer/artist Frank Malina, his relationships with Malina and famed Hungarian artist Nicolas Schöffer, and his opinions on artistic criticism.
Originally Published: February 5, 2015
Cancer: Finding Beauty in the Beast
Caroline Ometz and UT Southwestern PhD student Dhru Deb discuss their scientific/artistic collaboration in exploring cancer, using wabi-sabi and chaos theory to draw connections between the arts and science. The goals of their project are five-fold: gallery installation, publication, creation of a community of cancer sci-artists, education of the public through dialogue about cancer, and the production of new insights in research. Utilizing a process that combines the informational, the emotional and the creative, Ometz and Deb seek to see cancer in a new way.
Originally Published: November 17, 2014
Why Big Dreamers Need to Know About Big Data
Meet your “Big Dreams? Big Data!” co-hosts and learn what ‘big data’ means to them – and, more importantly, why it matters to you!
vTapestry is a partnership between Christine Maxwell and Rebekah Nix dedicated to creating and delivering high-quality development tools and resources to support professionals in meeting the diverse challenges presented by a global community. vTapestry’s combined expertise and experience in technology, education and publishing lend a unique capacity for realizing the potential of innovative ideas that lead to real-world solutions.
Originally Published: November 17, 2014
Platform for the Indie Platformer
Kyle Kondas sits down with former Gearbox Software developer J. Kyle Pittman to discuss the latter’s venture into the world of indie game development. The two specifically address the release of Pittman’s new game, “Super Win the Game”, the sequel to one of 2012’s most well-received indie game releases, “You Have to Win the Game”.
Originally Published: November 19, 2014
Dans un article annonçant la venue de “The Unplayed Notes Museum” au Dallas Contemporary, Frank Dufour préfigurait ce qu’il faut bien aujourd’hui convenir d’appeler “l’effet Gréaud” (article publié dans la revue Patron). Dans ce podcast, l’artiste nous entretient sur le concept d’irrésolution qui nourrit sa démarche et ses futurs projets.
Originally Published: March 25, 2015
Emergence in Generative Algorithmic Art
Charissa Terranova and Frieder Nake converse about algorithmic aesthetics, generative form, and emergence.
Originally Published: October 21, 2014
Présentation de la plateforme RAMI au Liban
Claudine Dussolier, Abdo Nawar et Ricardo Mbarkho nous parlent de leur prochain livre et de la plateforme RAMI (Rencontres Arts et Multimédia Internationales) qui développe depuis une dizaine d’années des projets d’échanges internationaux en Afrique du nord et dans le bassin méditerranéen.
Originally Published: October 16, 2014
Pauline Oliveros – Some Thoughts on Sonification
Pauline Oliveros and host Scot Gresham-Lancaster have collaborated on many projects over the years and in this podcast they talk over some of that work with a focus on the pieces at the Art/Science boundary. The Deep Listening Art/Science Conference comes up as well as the interesting “moon bounce” pieces, “Echoes from the Moon”
Originally Published: March 8, 2015
A Design Approach to Disaster Risk Reduction
Volcanologist Saskia Van Manen discusses a solution-based, design approach to working with communities to mitigate disasters associated with natural hazards.
Originally Published: June 1, 2014
We need Smart Citizens not Smart Cities [ENG]
Stephen Kovats describes citizen data and journalism initiatives that engage social and political processes such as in South Sudan, a project in Tanzania with farming groups, but also discusses new collaborative and participative science projects. Roger Malina discusses his open observatory manifesto. Kovats argues that we need to focus on emabling smart citizen initiatives rather than focusing on the top down smart city design processes.
Originally Published: July 7, 2015
Parallels and Contrasts Between Artificial Life and Computer Art
Although they both involve generative algorithms, randomness and computational processes (among other principles), the art of artificial life is not considered a part of the computer art forms as described by pioneering computer artist Frieder Nake. Yvan Tina sits down with Nake to briefly discuss some of the intertwining issues between the two fields.
Originally Published: December 3, 2014
Simply Successful Crowdfunding
Crowdfunding expert David Marlett and new media/crowdfunding attorney Michael Melfi talk about the current world of crowdfunding, with a particular look at equity crowdfunding and the new portal FUNDERBUILT.
Originally Published: August 1, 2014
Putting the User Back in User Experience
Cassini Nazir and Jeremy Johnson discuss recent topics in user experience design and themes around Johnson’s talk, “Putting the User Back in User Experience”.
Slides of Jeremy’s talk can be found online at slideshare.net/jeremy/putting-the-user-back-in-user-experience.
Originally Published: November 21, 2014
Here Come Immersive Movies
Author and filmmaker David Marlett meets with immersive media artist and researcher Michael Naimark to discuss the emergence of immersive cinema, its expected challenges, and new storytelling opportunities.
Originally Published: July 30, 2014