Saturday, 30 October 2021

Sat 30 October - Poetry Brothel / Debra Watson

What is a Poetry Brothel? Debra Watson discusses intimacy and performance in poetry and talks briefly about her early adult life in experimental theatre in South Africa as a new generation of the Poetry Brothel begins in Hastings. Plus a discussion of Estonian animation in advance of a presentation at London Animation Club

The News Agents - 30 October 2021 (Poetry Brothel: Debra Watson) by Resonance FM | Mixcloud

Monday, 18 October 2021

Sat 23 October - Music of Ukraine

Music of Ukraine. Bandura tunes, folk music and sounds for Ukrainian and Soviet cinema inspired by research carried out for the Twitter channel Soviet Child @child_soviet which shares and discusses children’s art from the former Soviet Union.

Sat 16 October 2021- (Cluster: Anna Fairchild; Sian-Kate Mooney; Lucy Renton)

Artists Anna Fairchild, Sian-Kate Mooney and Lucy Renton discuss materials, process and approach in their forthcoming exhibition Cluster in Letchworth. With music chosen to complement their working methods improvisation and artist philosophy/inspiration. Talking across continents from Cairo, Hastings and London to Hitchin!
Listen Again - The News Agents Sat 16 Oct 2021 - Cluster: Anna Fairchild; Sian-Kate Mooney; Lucy Renton)

Sat 9 October - Lies, Camera, Action! Still Life with Lou Whitham

Louise Whitham discusses her approach to photography and art around themes from 'Objects of Life' – the Photohastings show dedicated to still life and related themes opening at Trinity 7 in Hastings, Sussex. A discussion on collaboration, meanings of still life and the performative arts - and jugs. Plus, a new sound piece, 'Lies, Camera, Action'.

Listen Again - Sat 9 Oct - Lou Whitham & Jude Montague

Sunday, 17 October 2021

Sat 2 October - Blandine Martin - Art & Chairs

Blandine Martin discusses art and experimental textiles. Montague and Martin have been carrying out an artistic collaboration on the 'chairs' feeding into a project of Martin’s. Martin discusses collaboration in her own practice and the impact of objects on her making. With international music from France, Russia and beyond, often inspired by the film research carried out for Soviet Child.

Listen Again - Sat 2 October - Blandine Martin