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35 minutes | Jun 26, 2021
05 - Andre Zachary & Crystal Perkins
Andre M. Zachery is the Artistic Director of Renegade Performance Group https://www.renegadepg.com/ and can be found on Instagram @amzrpgCrystal Perkins can be found @cmichelledance and has a beautiful TEDx talk here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-q572zp9EWsAndre mentions the choreographer Bebe Miller. You can learn more about her here: https://bebemillercompany.org/He also talks about Kodwo Eshun, Reggie Wilson, and his work in Afrofuturism, and I mention a couple of favorite feminist Afrofuturist writers, here’s a few helpful links:https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/118144.Kodwo_Eshunhttps://fringearts.com/2016/09/01/citizen-reading-list-provided-reggie-wilson/https://blacfoundation.org/deep-meaning-of-kongo-cosmogram/https://www.renegadepg.com/the-afrofuturism-series.htmlhttps://nkjemisin.com/https://www.octaviabutler.com/Crystal Perkins mentions the poetry and practices of Sunni Pattersonhttps://sunnipatterson.com/
47 minutes | Jun 23, 2021
04 - Livable Futures - Interview w/ Michael J. Morris
Conversation Date and LocationAugust 30, 2019 at The Ohio State University, Columbus, OHSocial Mediawww.instagram.com/cowitchcraftofferings/www.michaeljmorris.co/Show NotesMichael uses they/them pronouns and references several beautiful resources that have come in the podcast many times and others that may be new for listeners. Here are a few links to get you started reading and viewing:From Duke University Press a discussion of: Anthropocene, Capitaloscene, and ChthuluceneRead and listen to:Ursula K. LeGuin www.ursulakleguin.com/Angela Davis www.democracynow.org/2020/6/12/ange…istoric_momentbell hooks www.bellhooksinstitute.com/Alexis Pauline Gumbs www.alexispauline.com/Deleuze and Guattari write about lines of flight and rhizomes in A Thousand Plateaus and other textsDori Midnight: dorimidnight.com/about/Donna Haraway and the documentary on her life and work: vimeo.com/253307449Learn more about Michael Morris and Kelly Klein’s “Dancing Body Magic” workshop which premiered with the Livable Futures community.
41 minutes | Jun 23, 2021
03 - Livable Futures - Small Acts of Care w/ Alys Longley
Conversation Date and LocationFebruary 2020. Tāmakimakaurau/Auckland, Aoteoroa/New Zealand.Show NotesAlys refers to her longtime collaborator Val Smith frequently and they have some amazing projects that are worth checking out:news.aut.ac.nz/news/val-smith-na…undation-laureate@valvalvalsmithsmithsmithAlys also talks about her project El Otro País Que Eres created in collaboration with artists Macarena Campbell, Máximo Corvalán-Pincheira and Eduardo Cerón Tillería.She refers to “new materialism” and the work of Jane Bennet on vibrant matter and enchantment, here’s a book to get you started if you’re excited about these ideas: www.goodreads.com/book/show/7547895-vibrant-matterAnd we talk briefly about adrienne maree brown’s book Pleasure Activism and Emergent Strategy:www.goodreads.com/book/show/296339…mergent-strategywww.goodreads.com/book/show/405496…leasure-activismAnd here are some links for more about Auckland, New Zealand/Aoteoroa:www.creative.auckland.ac.nz/people/a-longleymaoridictionary.co.nz/www.kaitiakitanga.org/ (safeguarding our future)And links to find out more about Alys and her projects:tisch.nyu.edu/performance-studie…stic-research-in-aFluid City: alyslongleymoving.com/past-projects/fluid-city/Mistranslation Laboratory: alyslongleymoving.com/past-projects/…on-laboratory/
55 minutes | Jun 22, 2021
02 - Livable Futures - Building Community Power w/ Complex Movements
Conversation Date and LocationOctober 31, 2019. Columbus, Ohio on the campus of The Ohio State UniversitySocial Media: (Instagram handles)Complex Movements @cmplxmvmnts is a Detroit-based artist collective composed of @westiv, @jeedo47, @invincibleDET, @sagesense, @L05_SHOW NOTESWorks referenced often in the show include:Beware of the Dandelions an existing piece and Tower and Dungeon, a new piece by Complex Movements based on the book Tower and Dungeon: A Study of Place and Power in American Culture by Dr. [Gloria] House (aka Mama Aneb).Listen to Dr. House’s keynote lecture. Find out more about Complex Movements through the Allied Media Projects website: alliedmedia.org/projects/complex-movements.Complex Movements was at The Ohio State University for a one week artistic residency funded by Livable Futures with funding from the Global Arts and Humanities Discovery Themes and supported by the facilities and interdisciplinary research staff, faculty, and students at the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design (ACCAD).
46 minutes | Jun 22, 2021
01 - Livable Futures - Indigenous Futures w/ Emalani Case
An activist, writer and dancer from Waimea, Hawaiʻi, Emalani Case is deeply engaged in issues of indigenous rights and representation, dietary colonialism, and environmental and social justice. Her current research focuses on Hawaiian articulations of identity and nationalism, sovereignty, and decolonising indigenous minds and bodies. She is a lecturer in Pacific Studies at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand/Aoteoroa.Read more about her here: people.wgtn.ac.nz/emalani.caseRead about the event we attended together in February 2020: Talanoa Mao, New Zealand Festival of the Arts: www.festival.nz/events/all/talano…mau-we-need-talk/SHOW NOTES:Recorded February 2020 in Wellington, New Zealand:Emalani shares the Samoan concept of Va:openrepository.aut.ac.nz/handle/10292/366She references the work of:Epeli Hau`ofa (1939-2009)creativetalanoa.com/2012/06/07/insp…t-epeli-hauofa/Bryan Kamaoli Kuwada, “We Live in the Future. Come Join Us”hehiale.com/2015/04/03/we-live-…uture-come-join-us/dlnr.hawaii.gov/mk/files/2017/02/…m-exhibit-J-9.pdfAnd talks about the importance of the Kalo/Taro Plantwww.farmtokeiki.org/taro-kalo/
9 minutes | Jun 13, 2021
00 - Livable Futures - Centering Livability w/ Norah ZShaw
Host Norah Zuniga Shaw discusses some of the ideas and lineages for the Livable Futures projects, introduces the Arrivals tactic for living and connecting to where and when we are, and offers a posthuman thought exercise. Short introductory episode to kick-off the first season.Queer and Black feminist and postman theory and practice are important influences in the Livable Futures project and referenced in this episode, follow the links below to learn more and get inspired:adrienne maree brown: http://adriennemareebrown.net/Alexis Pauline Gumbs: https://www.alexispauline.com/bell hooks: https://bellhooksbooks.com/Sara Ahmed: https://www.saranahmed.com/Katherine Hayles: https://press.uchicago.edu/Misc/Chicago/321460.html
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