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Artipoeus Episode 56 – Swamp Thing

Artipoeus visits Andrea Bowers’ exhibit OPEN SECRET at Capitain Petzel in Berlin In Andrea Bowers’s “Open Secret,” Bowers takes over the entire gallery with multi-media work, but the main attraction is the 19 by 4 meter wall standing in the middle of the gallery, like an office bulletin board, covered in long red scrolls of paper printed […]

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Artipoeus Episode 55 – The Ball Is Round

Artipoeus explores sound artist Antje Vorwinckel’s audio sculpture The Goal, deconstructing the sounds of the World Cup Pre-game game @ Z/KU Zentrum fur Kunst in Berlin | © Susie Kahlich 2018 Listen to the episode here: Have you ever woken up from a dream that’s so intense, you’re not sure if it was a good dream or […]

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Artipoeus Episode 54 – Manon de Printemps

“It was a special day… it was snowing, and there was electricity in the air.” French artist Manon Gineste tells the story of how she got her first art exhibit earlier this year and all the excitement and nerves leading up to the big opening. Only on Artipoeus : art you can hear. Artipoeus talks […]

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Artipoeus Episode 53 – Gilded Feelings (Got No Rhythm)

Artipoeus visits Monica Bonvicini’s Guilt at Johann Koenig Galerie in Berlin. Guilt | Monica Bonvicini 2018 I’m reading this book called I Love Dick. It’s about a female artist, the author Chris Kraus, who starts a mostly one-sided affair with a colleague of her husband’s after he flirts with her at dinner one night. The colleague’s […]

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Artipoeus Episode 52 – Artipoeus does Duttnhoody

Artipoeus chats with Martin Thibault and Thomas Häder of Berlin’s Duttnhoody podcast about art, technology, and the weather after a visit to Eduardo Paolozzi’s Lots of Pictures — Lots of Fun at Berlinische Galerie in Berlin.  In English, with real German accents! Featuring “Kunst” by Thomas Häder. Music used with permission of the artist. Artipoeus is an […]

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Artipoeus Episode 51 – We Must Not Think Bad Thoughts

In praise of punk rock, Impressionism and the motivating force of technology Artipoeus visits American artist Austin Lee’s Tomato Can at Peres Projects in Berlin RIP | Austin Lee 2018 This episode of Artipoeus was delayed because I couldn’t find the right music. I wanted to use this: That’s Straight Edge, from Minor Threat, one of […]

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Artipoeus Episode 50 – In the Room the Women Come and Go : navigating the landscape of turning 50

Artipoeus visits Landscapes, the work of Avigdor Arikha at the Blain Southern in Berlin. A path in the morning | Avigdor Arikha 1994, Estate of Avrigdor Arikha “Ican’t believe 50 is right around the corner!” That was an email I received last week from David Blanc, the station manager of World Radio Paris. He was talking about the 50th episode of Artipoeus — this one — but […]

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Artipoeus Episode 49 – There and Back Again : An Art Odyssey

Artipoeus visits Malte Kebbel’s MONOLITHS in Potsdam, Germany Monoliths, Glienicke Bridge | Malte Kebbel 2017 Ona sort of sunny Sunday last November, I woke up in the mood for adventure. So I called my friend Sam to see if she was up for adventure too. She was, and 30 minutes later I was out the door, church bells ringing […]

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Artipoeus Episode 48 – Lost & Found

Lost & Found 48 Hour Party People and the Gentrification of Berlin at LOST: 48 Hour Art Festival Last weekend, I got really lost. Actually, I get lost all the time. I have no sense of direction. I got lost in an open field once. Last weekend, from the 15th to the 17th of December, I got […]

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Artipoeus Episode 47 – A la recherche du temps perdu

On the anniversary of the November ‘15 Paris Attacks, Artipoeus pays tribute to the City of Light and the power of memory through Affichisme, the art of torn posters in the Paris Métro Métro Jaures 2017 © Susie Kahlich Around this time of year, a couple of years ago, I was taking a walk in the Parc […]

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