This Week’s Radio Show – Venice Biennial, Dark Morph Interview
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This Week’s Radio Show – Venice Biennial, Dark Morph Interview

June 17th Dark Morph: ‘The So(ng)qe/Tovuto Kyrrahafið Sound Field’ On view until June 30, 2019 at ‘The Ocean Space’ as part of the Venice Biennial, this sound installation is by Dark Morph, the newly formed duo of composer Carl Michael von Hausswolff and musician and vocalist Jónsi of Sigur Rós. Launched with a vinyl album … Continue reading

Six Pillars’ Broadcast – Helene Kazan, ‘Points of Contact’, Lebanon
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Six Pillars’ Broadcast – Helene Kazan, ‘Points of Contact’, Lebanon

An interview with Helene Kazan, artist, curator and PhD candidate at the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths University, London Kazan discusses her recently curation of the exhibition and public program Points of Contact, in Lebanon, multi-media responses and investigations into the evolving architecture of the lived/ built environment of Lebanon, at Goethe-Institut, Lebanon. Points … Continue reading

Six Pillars Broadcast – Future Dubai, Gitex I & II
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Six Pillars Broadcast – Future Dubai, Gitex I & II

This week and next: for 37 years, visionaries and tech pioneers have been visiting Dubai to witness the technology and innovations that are ‘set to change the world.’ Is it all for the better? Where are the ethics and quality of life predictions by the kind of people predicting future markets? From handbag sized nuclear … Continue reading

Six Pillars Broadcast: Blind Venice, Catalonia
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Six Pillars Broadcast: Blind Venice, Catalonia

This week: as the 57th Venice Film festival opens in Venice, we hear from Biennale artist Antoni Abad on his boat tour project “The Venice Ones Doesn’t See”. Abad uses the internet as a creative & research platform, although he began his career as a sculptor. For The Venice One Doesn’t See or Unveiling the … Continue reading

The Cheetah in Iran
environment / iran

The Cheetah in Iran

Cheetahs mostly live in savannah of Africa, but Iran is the only place in the world where the cheetahs can be seen in snow covered deserts in winter. In an incredible feat of adaptability, in hyper-arid areas where summer temperature exceed 50C, these cheetahs can tolerate freezing temperatures during winter. Aside from their breath-taking beauty … Continue reading