The Timezones podcast series plunges into the world of artists and their practices, asking: What does living and working in culture and the arts involve in different countries, cities and contexts today? The artists’ thoughts on their moods, their social, political and intellectual realities and their philosophies (of life) have been worked up into experimental audio collages. The podcast’s episodes run the gamut of formats and content, from straight journalism to experimental and documentary approaches, ethnography and fiction, sound art and improvisation. The Timezones series endeavours to create new artistic forms of storytelling, listening and exchange across the boundaries of geography, time zones, genres and practices. The Timezones podcast series is co-initiated and co-produced by Norient and the Goethe-Institut. www.goethe.de/timezones | https://norient.com/timezones
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This episode portrays the diverse music scenes of Montreal. Producer Esther Bourdages traces their global connections and historical roots and explores the effects of gentrification on the city’s cultural life. Featuring: Adam Basanta, Mili Hong, Sil... more
This episode reflects on the current uncertainties experienced in Beirut and how they have influenced creative processes. The city of Beirut is a space that is constantly transforming. From the violent conflicts of the recent past to the social uncer... more
Behind the picture-postcard landscapes and the stereotypical images of carnival, beaches, and beautiful women lies an enigmatic and broken city: Rio de Janeiro. Rio’s musical and creative identity, such as samba and carnival, seems to be ever transfo... more
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Timezones launched a year ago and published 7 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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