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99 minutes | Jan 11, 2022
Superstudio Podcast #04 - LINUS GRUSZEWSKI - world of plastic
Superstudio Podcast is a fantastic place in which we can explore the creative mind and expand its consciousness beyond the paradigms of existence, art, design, and architecture.Subscribe to Superstudio Podcast for more inspirational episodes.Support & Connect with Superstudio Podcast:https://www.instagram.com/superstudio.usSuperstudio Podcast #04 - LINUS GRUSZEWSKIRecorded in Los Angeles, August 6, 2021Episode Outline:00.00 / introduction00.14 / context & complexity00.18 / waste environment00.23 / human impact00.26 / scarcity00.29 / burning00.37 / re-use and re-design0.42 / resources exploitation00.46 / power of consumer0.55 / corporate interest0.59 / replaceable commodity1.05 / consumer expectations1.10 / creatives exploitations1.14 / surplus and hidden elements of production1.16 / single-use object1.18 / produce more plastic1.23 / packaging1.25 / consumer responsibility1.27 / installation with surplus1.30 / process of abstraction1.33 / material quality1.36 / inflatable plastics Episode Resources:https://www.linus.fr/https://www.instagram.com/linus.fr/https://www.instagram.com/plastic.land/
142 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
Superstudio Podcast #03 - PETER ZELLNER
Superstudio Podcast is a fantastic place in which we can explore the creative mind and expand its consciousness beyond the paradigms of existence, art, design, and architecture. Subscribe to Superstudio Podcast for more inspirational episodes. Support & Connect with Superstudio Podcast: https://www.instagram.com/superstudio_podcast/ Superstudio Podcast #03 - PETER ZELLNER Recorded in Los Angeles, January 15, 2020 Peter Zellner is an architect, painter and educator based in Los Angeles, California. Born in Manhattan, New York in 1969 and has worked and lived in Australia, Europe, and Asia. Son of immigrants: Yolanda Román Zellner, a Nicaraguan soprano who trained at the Conservatorio Nacional de Música in México and sang with the New York City Opera, and Peter Paul Zellner, a Romanian born painter and designer who worked with Ray and Charles Eames and later at the Metropolitan Museum and LACMA. Peter Zellner has designed notable public and private art galleries such as the Matthew Marks, Night and Vielmetter galleries in Los Angeles and the Maccarone, Wallspace, Zach Feuer and Harris Lieberman Galleries in Manhattan. The Los Angeles Times named him one of its Faces to Watch in Dance, Theater, Architecture and Art and Art+Auction Magazine included him in its “Power” Selection of designers and architects. He has also curated exhibitions such as Sign as Surface at Artists Space, New York, Empire. Style at ART2102 in Boyle Heights and The Trans-Aestheticization of Daily Life at the Sweeney Gallery, a public art space he designed for the University of California, Riverside. In 2016 he founded the Free School of Architecture, a participant-led six-week event committed to the free exploration and exchange of ideas in and around architecture, freed from traditional pedagogical and professional frameworks. Episode Resources: https://www.peterzellner.com/ https://petermartinezzellner.substack.com/ Books: California Concrete: A landscape of Skateparks Emergent: Structural Ecologies Pacific Edge Hybrid Space: Generative Form and digital Architecture Main Outlines: 00.59 / surfing stories and localism and LA 22.24 / gentrification of the creative class 34.46 / is harder in Los Angeles for young creatives 54.55 / moving to LA and life decisions 56.09 / Australia 1.05.10 / Grind, Instability vs Stability and Focus for producing creative work 1.06.00 / Writings and first books 1.11.34 / The American City Destabilized: The crisis of the commons 1.39.20 / Free School of Architecture, challenging power structures 2.08.11 / The next radical changes 2.16.02 / Production of Junkspace is not contributing to our advancement as a species 2.22.39 / Beyond Exploitations 2.28.15/ Saying something revolutionary doesn’t mean that it is Final Notes: As Superstudio Podcast we are committed to producing profound and uninterrupted university quality content, from the most interesting thinkers and creative minds of our time. Support our work by subscribing to Superstudio Podcast and click on the like button!
93 minutes | Jan 3, 2021
Superstudio Podcast #02 - MIKE NESBIT
Superstudio Podcast is a fantastic place in which we can explore the creative mind and expand its consciousness beyond the paradigms of existence, art, design, and architecture. Subscribe to Superstudio Podcast for more inspirational episodes. Support & Connect with Superstudio Podcast: https://superstudio.us/ https://www.instagram.com/superstudio.us/ https://www.patreon.com/superstudiopodcast Superstudio Podcast #02 - MIKE NESBIT Recorded in Los Angeles, December 20, 2020 Mike Nesbit is an LA-based fine artist who likes to produce work through community engagement within and outside California. Nesbit’s ability to engage local museums, institutions, design organizations, and media outlets allows his ambitious artworks to become collaborative realities, transforming his art into objects that contain a sense of shared pride and ownership with the communities involved in their manufacturing and maintenance. With a background in architecture, his multidisciplinary skill-set greatly informs his artwork, allowing Nesbit to bridge the worlds of art and architecture with a focus on technique, repetition, and space. He received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles. Previous, to Art and Architecture Nesbit, played professional baseball with the Seattle Mariners. Episode Resources: http://www.mikenesbit.com/ http://www.maplestconstruct.com/ SCI-Arc, Ray Kappe Barrow - Dan Schwalm A minute road, a minute landscape - Mike Nesbit Books: Midwestern Landscape - Mike Nesbit (not available yet to the public), if interested in this publication please contact the author http://www.mikenesbit.com/contact Pictures of Nothing - Kirk Varnedoe Society of the Spectacle - Guy Debord Combinatory Urbanism A Realignment of Complex Behavior and Collective Form - Thom Mayne Episode Outline: 38.30 / artist takes ownership and place values 39.10 / value exists everywhere 39.53 / how much humanity is willing to put a value on everything? 42.50 / primitive human values and labor 43.56 / how things are made 44.50 / working with the crew and values 45.46 / beauty of abstraction 46.20 / work less and do more value 47.54 / the most powerful thing that art can do 48.59 / qualitative vs quantitative and the construction industry 52.57 / processes of making, mess it up 54.46 / sensitivity and look at the work in a playful way and disrupt the system 56.06 /
68 minutes | Dec 4, 2020
Superstudio Podcast #01 - MILLIØNS
Superstudio Podcast is a fantastic place in which we can explore the creative mind and expand its consciousness beyond the paradigms of existence, art, design, and architecture.Subscribe to Superstudio Podcast for more inspirational episodes.Support & Connect with Superstudio Podcast:https://superstudio.us/https://www.instagram.com/superstudio...https://www.patreon.com/superstudiopo...Superstudio Podcast #01 - MILLIØNSMILLIØNS is a Los Angeles-based experimental design practice, founded by John May and Zeina Koreitem. MILLIØNS conceives of architecture as a speculative medium for exploring the central categories of contemporary life: technology, politics, energy, media, and information. Their approach insists on an expansive parallel project of technical, historical and cultural analysis, which surrounds and informs their work.MILLIØNS’ work has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions, including a commissioned furniture set by Friedman Benda Gallery NYC and Chamber, shows at La Triennale Di Milano, Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York, The Architecture + Design Museum of Los Angeles, Jai & Jai Gallery in Los Angeles, the Museum of The City of New York, the MIT Keller Architecture Gallery, and the Harvard Graduate School of Design, among others.MILLIØNS’ work includes completed and ongoing projects in California, New York, Boston, Germany and Beirut. The practice was recently selected as the winner of a two-stage, international competition to reimagine the east wing of I.M. Pei’s Everson Museum, in Syracuse, NY.Episode Resources:http://www.millionsarchitecture.comhttps://www.amazon.com/EP-1-Italian-A...
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