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BARBARA LONDON CALLING PODCAST


Barbara London Calling Podcast

Seeing Sound curator Barbara London is hosting individual conversations with pioneering and up-and-coming media artists. Together, they are exploring what motivates and inspires them, what technologies they use in their unusually varied practices, and how they see the world as artists working at the forefront of technology and creativity. A few artists are featured in London’s book, Video/Art, The First Fifty Years and several are included in Seeing Sound, which starts its tour in 2021.

For more information, visit barbaralondon.net. Subscribe to the podcast on Apple or Spotify to hear all twelve episodes as they come out.

Zina Saro-Wiwa
[Released August 7, 2020] Click here to listen.

Anri Sala
[Released August 7, 2020] Click here to listen.

Samson Young
[Released Aug 25, 2020] Click here to listen.

Paul Pfeiffer
[Released September 8, 2020] Click here to listen.

Cao Fei
[Released September 22, 2020] Click here to listen.

Rachel Rossin
[Released October 6, 2020] Click here to listen.

Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard
[Released October 21, 2020] Click here to listen.

August 18, 2020

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Barbara London

Barbara London is a New York-based curator and writer, who founded the Video-media Exhibition & Collection Programs at The Museum of Modern Art. Her book Video Art/The First Fifty Years (Phaidon) was released in January 2020. London was the first to integrate the Internet as part of curatorial practice, with Stir-fry (1994); Internyet (1998); and dot.jp. (1999.) and organized one-person shows with such media mavericks as Laurie Anderson, Peter Campus, Teiji Furuhashi, Gary Hill, Joan Jonas, Shigeko Kubota, Nam June Paik, Song Dong, Steina Vasulka, Bill Viola, and Zhang Peili. Her thematic exhibitions at MoMA included Soundings: A Contemporary Score (2013); Looking at Music (2009); Video Spaces (1995); Music Video: the Industry and Its Fringes (1985); and Video from Tokyo to Fukui and Kyoto (1979).

London teaches in the Sound Art Department, Columbia University, and previously taught in the Graduate Art Department, Yale, 2014-2019. Her honors include: Getty Research Institute scholar, 2016; the Courage Award, Eyebeam, 2016; Gertrude Contemporary Residency, Melbourne, 2012; Dora Maar House Residency, Menerbes, 2010; a CEC Artslink award in Poland, 2003; a Japanese government Bunkacho Fellowship, 1992-93; and a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, 1988-89.


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