Ràdio Web MACBA - Most listened podcasts November 2 012
- Ràdio Web MACBA - Most listened shows November 20121- PROBES #1. Curated by Chris CutlerPROBES #1 sets the scene and investigates early reconsiderations of pitch: probes that postulate new scales to be constructed through the ever-greater subdivision of the inherited intervals of equal temperament.2- SON[I]A #166James Pritchett talks about the work of John Cage, David Tudor and Morton Feldman, and the direct link between his way of studying, playing and writing about their music.3- COMPOSING WITH PROCESS: PERSPECTIVES ON GENERATIVE AND SYSTEMS MUSIC #8.1. Models of change. Curated by Mark Fell and Joe GilmoreThis episode considers the notion of change in music. It looks at how scientific and mathematical concepts can be used to model change in the acoustic domain.4- MEMORABILIA. COLLECTING SOUNDS WITH.... Jonny Trunk. Part II. Produced by Matias RossiJonny Trunk picks his fifteen favourite tracks from the fifteen best library music companies in his collection.5- INTERRUPTIONS #9. Meta-records. Curated by Anki TonerA selection of records that mention, replicate, utilise or study the phenomena of vinyl, the record player and/or recordings.6- PROBES #1.2. Auxiliaries. Curated by Chris CutlerIn this music selection we look further at microtonal divisons based on equal temperament.7- MEMORABILIA. COLLECTING SOUNDS WITH.... Jonny Trunk. Part I. A music selection by Jonny Trunk.Jonny Trunk walks us through a hard-to-find and yet very familiar genre: library music. Or as he puts it: 'The strange noise that TV makes at night.'8- SON[I]A #119Interview with Allan Sekula about the relationship between art and photography, about artistic activism, the role of the artist in the public sphere and "Waiting for Tear Gas".9- SON[I]A #164Jorge Luis Marzo talks about the relationships between art, culture and power, and about the different forms that these have in Spain and in Catalonia over the years. (In Catalan)10- INTERRUPTIONS #6. Ontology of vibration: economics, music and number. Curated by Marcus SchmicklerThis mix revises some of the exciting contemporary musical works utilizing a notion of mathematics and number. These compositions represent what could be called perceptive or sensual mathematics.