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

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

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

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

Coming Attractions with Asian Film Archive

11.05.21

From Haitian revolutionaries to an unfiltered look at animal consciousness, this month at Asian Film Archive presents the diverse, independent, and singular visions from around the world with Singular Screens.

The programme, curated by AFA for the forthcoming Singapore International Festival of Arts, is fleshed out in this episode.

 

About Asian Film Archive

Website | Facebook | Instagram

The Asian Film Archive (AFA) is a charity that focuses on culturally important works by independent Asian filmmakers. It preserves Asia’s rich film heritage in a permanent collection and promotes a wider critical appreciation of Asia’s cinematic works through initiating programmes like screenings and talks.

More than just a repository of film and tape, AFA aspires to be a hub for the film community, contributing to culture, scholarship and industry.

Streaming now

Thirty5

29.04.21

Guest: Hands On Film

The Film Initiative spotlights Hands On Film, who are keeping film photography alive in Singapore with their own studio, developing and scanning photos for local devotees.⁠

Watch more episodes of Thirty5:

Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 3

About The Film Initiative

Facebook | Instagram

The Film Initiative was founded as a means to advocate film in this current time and age, to keep it alive among the youth of today.

We welcome everyone from all ages who take interest in such a soulful craft, join us for workshops, studio and outdoor shoots. It is time for you to learn the photographic means your parents used, before the digital realm.

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)’

Streaming now

ZŪJAGO Jazz Beat

30.04.21

The last Friday of April marked International Jazz Day. For the occasion, Zujago returns with a special episode that features Aya Sekine and Maya Nova, who also perform some soulful numbers for your evening. ⁠

Watch other episodes of ZŪJAGO Jazz Beat:

Episode 1
Episode 2 (w/ Intriguant)
Episode 3 (w/ Rudy La Faber)
Episode 4 (w/ Aya Sekine)
Episode 5 (w/ Eric Foenander)
Episode 6

About ZŪJAGO

Website | Instagram

ZŪJAGO(ズージャ語)translated as “jazz language” started off during the Taisho era (1912 -1926) Japan among jazz musicians as a slang. I felt this word was representative in spirit of what jazz in Japan was about. Taking elements of Western culture and turning it into their own thing, be it incorporating elements of traditional instrumentations or progressions.

With this in mind, I had set out to start a blog documenting Japanese jazz during the 1960s to 1980s and beyond. Granted there are easy ways of accessing this music through YouTube and BBE’s excellent J Jazz Masterclass series which has been feverishly reissuing long out of reach presses. I felt it would help to have a place where as many releases were documented and discussed about in some form. Hoping that in time to come more information about the artists who played the music will be discovered and covered here.

Streaming now

Thirty5

15.04.21

Guest: Venus Oh

The Film Initiative continues their exploration of film photography. They’re joined by special guest Venus Oh, a photographer and filmmaker focused on telling genuine stories of human connection, sexuality, and identity.⁠

Watch more episodes of Thirty5:

Episode 1
Episode 2


About The Film Initiative

Facebook | Instagram

The Film Initiative was founded as a means to advocate film in this current time and age, to keep it alive among the youth of today.

We welcome everyone from all ages who take interest in such a soulful craft, join us for workshops, studio and outdoor shoots. It is time for you to learn the photographic means your parents used, before the digital realm.

Streaming now

Midnight Ambient Hour with Evening Chants

14.04.2021

More late-night meditations with Evening Chants in the return of Midnight Ambient Hour. Nigel and Jasmine feature spacey explorations, sound installations, and visual art.⁠

Watch more episodes of Midnight Ambient Hour with Evening Chants:

Episode 1
Episode 2 (w/ Meitei & Ricks Ang of Kitchen. Label)
Episode 3
Episode 4 (w/ George Chua)
Episode 5


About Evening Chants

Website | Facebook | Instagram

Evening Chants is a contemporary electronic label based in Singapore, presenting strange and unknown musical explorations on small-run cassettes.

Streaming now

Nightcap with DJ Itch

10.04.2021

Hiroshi Sato (佐藤博) – ‘You’re My Baby’
Lovers Paradise – ‘Seaside Lovers’
Noriyo Ikeda (池田典代) – ‘Dream In The Street’
Yukihiro Takahashi (高橋ユキヒロ) – ‘Elastic Dummy’
99.99 – ‘Amazin’ & Amusin”
Aman Shah – ‘Ku Curah Kasih Sayang Padamu’
Rosemaria – ‘Jiran Baruku’
Yasmin – ‘Tiada Guna Berpura’
Jamal Abdillah – ‘Menanti Kasih’
Fujimaru Band – ‘I Know It’s Gonna Last’
S. Kiyotaka & Omega Tribe – ‘Trade Wind’
Yurie Kokubu (国分友里恵) – ‘Snob Na Yorue (スノッブな夜へ)’
AB’s – ‘Flight 007’
Maria Asahina (朝比奈マリア) – ‘Disco Gal’
Spectrum – ‘Tomato Ippatsu’
Discovery – ‘Gembira Berdansa’
Carefree – ‘Ratu Dansa (Tarian Patung)’
Allycats – ‘Kasih Mu’
Junko Ohashi (大橋純子) – ‘Telephone Number’
Meiko Nakahara (中原めいこ) – ‘Fantasy’
黃慧文 – ‘開心鬼’
Yukako Hayase (早瀬優香子) – ‘Sartor De Nemurenai (サルトルで眠れない)’
Yurie Kokubu (国分友里恵) – ‘Tobashite Taxi Man (とばしてTaxi Man)’
Yasuha (泰葉) – ‘Flyday Chinatown’
比莉 – ‘熱情沙灘’
洪小援 with The Stylers – ‘牛肉棵條’
Electro Keyboard Orchestra – ‘The Iron Side’
Tatsuro Yamashita (山下達郎) – ‘Love Space’
Tatsuro Yamashita (山下達郎) – ‘Ride On Time’
Minako Yoshida (吉田美奈子) – ‘Midnight Driver’
Noriki – ‘You Need Me’
梅艷芳 – ‘Oh No! Oh Yes!’
Tokyo Square – ‘Within You’ll Remain’
Akemi Ishii (石井明美) – ‘Cha-Cha-Cha’
1986 Omega Tribe – ‘Stay Girl, Stay Pure’
Sandra Hohn – ‘Love Squall’