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Mushroomed by Object Lessons Space

21.07.2021

This episode, Object Lessons Space to Heider Ismail aka Thesupersystem about posthumanism and the different turns his research project, Alam Se—Kita; an initiative that aims to redesign human-centered spaces into poly-species environments through post-human methodologies, has taken thus far.

A question that has surfaced prominently is how will we live alongside or in communion with our non-human counterparts? This relationship is often fraught and complicated, and is often centered around human perspectives. There might still be room yet to move past this —to think like trees, grow like bacteria, and move like fungi.

Watch more episodes of Mushroomed by Object Lessons Space:

Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5
Episode 6
Episode 7
Episode 8

About Object Lessons Space

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Object Lessons Space is an art historical archive and platform that documents conversations with artists, writers, and curators.

Through our work, we hope to create nuanced, sensitive and intersectional dialogue around art. In a cultural landscape where content is often driven by social media’s frenzied pace, we are committed towards facilitating honest conversations and slow consumption for our readers.

Streaming now

Mushroomed by Object Lessons Space

21.07.2021

This episode, Object Lessons Space to Heider Ismail aka Thesupersystem about posthumanism and the different turns his research project, Alam Se—Kita; an initiative that aims to redesign human-centered spaces into poly-species environments through post-human methodologies, has taken thus far.

A question that has surfaced prominently is how will we live alongside or in communion with our non-human counterparts? This relationship is often fraught and complicated, and is often centered around human perspectives. There might still be room yet to move past this —to think like trees, grow like bacteria, and move like fungi.

Watch more episodes of Mushroomed by Object Lessons Space:

Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5
Episode 6
Episode 7
Episode 8

About Object Lessons Space

Website | Facebook | Instagram

Object Lessons Space is an art historical archive and platform that documents conversations with artists, writers, and curators.

Through our work, we hope to create nuanced, sensitive and intersectional dialogue around art. In a cultural landscape where content is often driven by social media’s frenzied pace, we are committed towards facilitating honest conversations and slow consumption for our readers.

Streaming now

BEHOLD!

11.05.2021

From the favelas of Brazil in City of God to the amoral anthology of Argentina’s Wild Tales, to an intimate portrait of a Mexican maid in Roma – the Genre Equality duo highlights their favourite 21st-century films from Latin America on BEHOLD!

About Genre Equality

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Genre Equality is a monthly podcast reviewing fantasy, horror, and science fiction content hosted by Hidzir Junaini and Isa Foong. The duo also hosts the bi-monthly BEHOLD!, which features a deeper dive into the pop-culture touchstones they love.

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Mushroomed by Object Lessons Space

11.05.2021

This episode of Mushroomed deals with the unique study of psychogeography.

Our understanding of physical space is often mediated through maps. Mapmaking and cartography are often seen as precise sciences today, yet their methodologies have historically favoured particular knowledge systems over others. But what are the alternatives? This episode unravels the thought process behind the newest issue on Object Lessons Space.

Watch more episodes of Mushroomed by Object Lessons Space:

Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5
Episode 6

About Object Lessons Space

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Object Lessons Space is an art historical archive and platform that documents conversations with artists, writers, and curators.

Through our work, we hope to create nuanced, sensitive and intersectional dialogue around art. In a cultural landscape where content is often driven by social media’s frenzied pace, we are committed towards facilitating honest conversations and slow consumption for our readers.

Streaming now

Nightcap with DJ Itch

24.04.2021

Haruomi Hosono (細野晴臣) – ‘Tokyo Rush’
Hiroshi Kamayatsu (かまやつひろし) – ‘Gaulois O Suttakoto Ga Arukai (ゴロワーズを吸ったことがあるかい)’
Yasuko Agawa (阿川泰子) – ‘L.A. Night’
99.99 – ‘Amazin’ & Amusin’’
Issei Noro (野呂一生) – ‘Transparency’
Marene – ‘Zanzibar’
Yuki Okazaki (岡崎友紀) – ‘Jamaican Affair’
Tatsuro Yamashita (山下達郎) – ‘Love Celebration’
比莉 / ‘自然的我’
陳琼美 – ‘美丽的女郞’
Uji Rashid – ‘Sani’
Meiko Nakahara (中原めいこ) – ‘So Shine’
Kathy Ibrahim – ‘Siapa Nama’
Junko Yagami (八神純子) – ‘Communication’
Yurie Kokubu (国分友里恵) – ‘Tobashite Taxi Man (とばしてTaxi Man)’
Anri (杏里) – ‘Windy Summer’
Chocolate Lips – ‘Weekend Lover’
Yoshino Fujimal (芳野藤丸) – ‘Who Are You?’
AB’s – ‘Dee-Dee-Phone’
S. Kiyotaka & Omega Tribe – ‘Summer Suspicion’
Yukako Hayase (早瀬優香子) – ‘Sartor De Nemurenai (サルトルで眠れない)’
Hitomi Tohyama (当山ひとみ) – ‘Wanna Kiss’
Junko Ohashi (大橋純子) – ‘Telephone Number’
Tatsuro Yamashita (山下達郎) – ‘Dancer’
Electro Keyboard Orchestra – ‘The Heated Point’
Khatijah Ibrahim – ‘Potret Kasih’
Junko Yagami (八神純子) – ‘Tasogare No Bay City (黄昏のBay City)’
Ervinna – ‘Deman Malam’
Flybaits – ‘Nirwana’
Akemi Ishii (石井明美) – ‘Cha-Cha-Cha’
Miki Matsubara (松原みき) – ‘Stay With Me (真夜中のドア)’
Sonia Rosa – ‘Tokyo In The Blue (東京 イン・ザ・ブルー)’

Cosmic Children Singapore Community Radio

Cosmic Children

Guest: Homeground Studios

Jason and MJ of Homeground Studios have been crucial to the polished sheen of Singaporean pop. They talk about their inspirations and aspirations, and the ever-shifting landscape of the pop music industry.


About Cosmic Children

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The culmination of a quest for knowledge and cultural exploration, Cosmic Children seeks to uncover the sublime from the mundane.

Curated and Produced by Tell Your Children Studios, each session seeks to uncover gems of unconventional wisdom from peculiar individuals, through informal long-form conversation; an honest introspection into the human experience.

BEHOLD!

27.04.2021

Nomadland rightly won Best Picture at the Oscars this year, and it gets discussed on BEHOLD! — where they touch on a new wave of vérité slice-of-life films, including The Florida Project, Shoplifters, and Chloe Zhao’s own The Rider.⁠


About Genre Equality

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Genre Equality is a monthly podcast reviewing fantasy, horror, and science fiction content hosted by Hidzir Junaini and Isa Foong. The duo also hosts the bi-monthly BEHOLD!, which features a deeper dive into the pop-culture touchstones they love.

Future of Work, Now by Salesforce

(Guest: Dr Ayesha Khanna)

A Wall Street software engineer turned AI luminary, Dr. Ayesha Khanna provides nuggets of wisdom in this episode of Future of Work, Now — waxing lyrical about the nurturing relationship between AI and human behaviour in the workplace.

The Future of Work, Now podcast focuses on how we work and connect has fundamentally changed. It will highlight the people and businesses that are leading with values, changing the way we work, and bettering our community.

The podcast comprises four seasons where business leaders, members of the community, and thought-provoking guests will discuss key themes such as Business as a Platform for Change, Future of Work, Technology in Hyperspeed, and the Digital Imperative.

Listen to more episodes of Future of Work, Now by Salesforce:

Ebony Blackwith
Maya Hari
Nadya Hutagalung
Leow Yangfa
Theresa Goh
Vala Afshar
Goh Shuet-Li
Fiza Malhotra
Anthea Ong
Peter Schwartz
Stuart Thornton
Avis Easteal
Wendy Walker
Robert Wickham


About Salesforce

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Salesforce is a customer relationship management solution that brings customers and companies together. It’s one integrated CRM platform that gives all your departments — including marketing, sales, commerce, and service — a single, shared view of every customer.

BEHOLD!

20.04.2021

There’s a reason why Euphoria is one of the most captivating TV shows over the last few years. ⁠

The HBO show is discussed on BEHOLD! — along with the emotional poignancy of Sex Education, the innocence of Never Have I Ever, and the raw edges of In My Skin — on the topic of teen dramas reflecting the woes and anxieties of Gen Z.⁠


About Genre Equality

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Genre Equality is a monthly podcast reviewing fantasy, horror, and science fiction content hosted by Hidzir Junaini and Isa Foong. The duo also hosts the bi-monthly BEHOLD!, which features a deeper dive into the pop-culture touchstones they love.

Bro-Fi

Guest: Master Bates

Rap meets theatre on the latest episode of Bro-Fi, where Krish, co-founder of theatre collective Patch and Punnet, hangs out in the studio with the trio. His rap alter-ego, Master Bates, is not to be trifled with.⁠

Listen to other Bro-Fi episodes:

Season 1 Rap-Up
Lineath
Sam Driscoll
Ratmir Johnson
Bro-Fi X’Mas Special
Dennis
Cronkite Satellite
Ghettie (ft. Pknoqio)


About Bro-Fi

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Here at Bro-Fi, we focus on taking a jam-centric approach towards making music, creating a safe space where artists are able to vibe and groove with us. There will be mistakes, there will be laughs, and that is integral to what we stand for.