We Are Not Sick Zine: Interview w. Geert Lovink
An interview with Geert Lovink for Lange Nacht Festival.
This past Saturday the Band of Burnouts research lab presented We Are Not Sick at Zurich’s annual contemporary music festival Lange Nacht. As part of the presentation, an accompanying publication was available onsite for guests including an interview with one-half of the We Are Not Sick duo, Geert Lovink. …
Interview: Jess on ‘Offline Matters’ with MAEKAN
An interview with long-time Outsider supporters MAEKAN about my new book Offline Matters.
When did creative work become so boring? When did ‘digital-first’ come to dominate everything? …and why is nobody talking about it?
Offline Matters with Jess Henderson
Interview by Charis Poon
To Be Continued… An Interview on Seriality (Part II)
This is the second part of an interview on serial media with Ryan Engley, Professor of Media Studies at Pomona College and one-half of the ‘Why Theory’ podcast.
In Part One we talked about the basics of seriality and Serial Theory, its connections to psychoanalysis, the centrality of ‘the gap’, and how streamed TV and binge watching fits into all this. This week we continue on the topic of serial media, discussing seriality in journalism, the wildly successful podcast ‘Serial’, and the mislead general sentiments towards Netflix’s algorithms and offerings.
To Be Continued… An Interview on Seriality (Part I)
With Ryan Engley. Professor of Media Studies at Pomona College, and one-half of the ‘Why Theory’ podcast.
To listen to the Why Theory podcast is to sit in a room with a warm professor-student-turned-friendship duo. With a palpable tone of fondness and special ability to translate complex concepts into understandable hour-long thought-snacks, Ryan Engely and his former professor Todd McGowen ‘bring together continental philosophy and psychoanalytic theory together to examine cultural phenomena.’ If you haven’t listened to Why Theory already, give it a go. It’s a blast.
On The Subject Of Bio Writing: An Interview
How many of us have toiled painfully at the task of writing a bio? To condense ourselves into a paragraph, let a lone a sentence, is a resounding task of discomfort. What’s key? What’s irrelevant? What’s interesting (as interesting to others as it is, or is not, to ourselves)? Essentially, how to say more with less?