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Famous German art school that combined crafts and the fine arts

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Bax & O'Brien Podcast
Baxie's Musical Podcast: Victor DeLorenzo from The Violent Femmes

Bax & O'Brien Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 56:08


Baxie talks to former Violent Femmes drummer Victor DeLorenzo! Victor talks about starting the band, getting discovered by The Pretenders, and becoming an international phenomenon. We talk about drumming, our connections to the city of Milwaukee, and about his new band The Night Crickets (featuring multi-instrumentalist Darwin Meiner and David J from Bauhaus and Love and Rockets). Listen on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and on the Rock102 website!

En Caso de que el Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD

Una canción de Bauhaus, el escritor de Venus in Furs que se negaba a dar nombre al masoquismo, un concierto, un archivo y una demostración de que los verdaderos fans a veces viven realidades paralelas en tiempo y espacio. ECDQEMSD podcast episodio 5444 Lagartija Nick Conducen: El Pirata y El Sr. Lagartija https://canaltrans.com Historias Desintegradas:  La policía del amor - Nos mueve el chismecito - El uniforme y los periféricos - Ella es casada - Fiestas de descontrol - Incidente en el jacuzzi - Vos y yo qué somos? - Pregunta equivocada – Les cuento del IMSS - Los cirujanos son los peores - Tierra conecta con Tierra - A poco del doctorado - La ciudad de los tres nombres - El medioambiente. https://www.canaltrans.com/ecdqemsd_podcast_2023/5444_lagartija_nick.html En Caso De Que El Mundo Se Desintegre Podcast no tiene publicidad, sponsors ni organizaciones que aporten para mantenerlo al aire. Solo el sistema cooperativo de los que aportan a través de las suscripciones hacen posible que todo esto siga siendo una realidad. Gracias Dragones Dorados: https://www.canaltrans.com/radio/suscripciones.html

Den Ugentlige Podcast
Den ugentlige podcast #262 17-01-2023

Den Ugentlige Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 48:01


Vi snakker om vi leger med Open AI chatbotten og snakker om Bauhaus og Ukraine

The Power Chord Hour Podcast
Ep 129 - Top 10 Albums of 2022 - Power Chord Hour Podcast

The Power Chord Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 89:20


Kicking off the year with a run through my top 10 albums of 2022!Check out the Power Chord Hour radio show every Friday night at 8 to midnight est on 107.9 WRFA in Jamestown, NY. Stream the station online at wrfalp.com/streaming/ or listen on the WRFA app.Donate to help show costs -https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/pchanthonyhttps://cash.app/$anthmerchpowerchordhour@gmail.comInstagram - www.instagram.com/powerchordhourTwitter - www.twitter.com/powerchordhourFacebook - www.facebook.com/powerchordhourYoutube - www.youtube.com/channel/UC6jTfzjB3-mzmWM-51c8LggSpotify Episode Playlists - https://open.spotify.com/user/kzavhk5ghelpnthfby9o41gnr?si=4WvOdgAmSsKoswf_HTh_Mg

Vietnam Innovators
S3#41: Arnaud Ginolin, Partner, Boston Consulting Group (BCG): Giải pháp chiến lược kinh doanh cho doanh nghiệp

Vietnam Innovators

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 32:40


[English description below]Boston Consulting Group (BCG) là một công ty tư vấn chiến lược toàn cầu với sứ mệnh hỗ trợ các nhà lãnh đạo trong quá trình quản trị nhằm giải quyết những thách thức quan trọng nhất và đồng thời giúp họ nắm bắt những cơ hội lớn nhất.Cái tên Boston Consulting Group cũng không còn xa lạ trong lĩnh vực tư vấn quản trị doanh nghiệp với nhiều năm dẫn đầu trong lĩnh vực.Tại tập podcast Vietnam Innovators tuần này, chúng ta sẽ cùng host Hao Tran gặp gỡ Arnaud Ginolin - Partner tại Boston Consulting Group. Đến với Vietnam Innovators, anh Arnuad chia sẻ những chiến lược cố vấn mà BCG áp dụng tại thị trường Việt Nam, góp phần cải thiện và giải quyết những thách thức trong doanh nghiệp để đi qua những biến động và phát triển vững bền.Xem phiên bản video trên YouTubeVà đọc những thông tin thú vị trên vietcetera.com.Nếu có bất cứ góp ý, phản hồi hay mong muốn hợp tác, bạn có thể gửi email về địa chỉ team@vietcetera.com—Cảm ơn nhà tài trợ OfficeHaus đã đồng hành cùng Vietcetera trong tập podcast này. Tìm hiểu thêm về không gian ở nhà của tương lai tại: http://officehaus.com.vn/OfficeHaus là sự kết hợp giữa chất lượng Đức và thiết kế mang tính ứng dụng, mang đến một khái niệm mới về tương lai, khi tính bền vững được phối hợp hài hòa với niềm hứng khởi và các tiêu chuẩn quốc tế. Lấy cảm hứng từ phong cách thiết kế BauHaus và lối sống tối giản, OfficeHaus là giải pháp hiện đại cho những yêu cầu của một thành phố đang phát triển, phù hợp với lực lượng gen Z đang gia tăng. Hiện đại, công năng, đầy cảm hứng, OfficeHaus thu hút và duy trì lực lượng lao động nhạy bén, năng suất và hiệu quả, từ đó giảm thiếu chi phí vận hành. OfficeHaus chính là giải pháp hoàn hảo cho nhu cầu văn phòng hiện đại của bạn.---Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is a global strategic consulting firm with a mission to assist leaders in their governance process to address their most important challenges and help them capture great opportunities.In this week's episode of the Vietnam Innovators podcast, we will join Hao Tran and Arnaud Ginolin - Partner at Boston Consulting Group Vietnam. Coming to the studio, Arnaud shares with us the consulting strategies that BCG applied in the Vietnamese market, contributing to improving and solving business challenges to overcome market changes and to support developing sustainable growth strategies for the public and private sectors.Listen to this episode on YouTubeAnd explore many amazing articles at the website vietcetera.com.Feel free to leave any questions or invitations for business cooperation at team@vietcetera.comOfficeHaus marries German quality with functional design resulting in a future-proof concept blending sustainability, passion and international standards. Inspired by Bauhaus design and the minimalist, OfficeHaus is the modern-day answer to a burgeoning city's and Gen Z's needs. A modern, efficient, inspirational spaces that help attract and retain sharp workforces while increasing productivity and efficiency, thereby reducing operational expenses. OfficeHaus, the perfect solution for your modern office needs.

Mord im Pott
Der schlimmste Tag in meinem Leben

Mord im Pott

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 28:06


Es ist der 20.Januar 2003 als Ralf Kownatka das letzte Mal seine Frau Ute und seine beiden Söhne sieht. Der Geldbote fährt morgens zur Arbeit und wird bei seiner letzten Fahrt überfallen. In einem Bauhaus in Bochum-Wattenscheid wollte Ralf die Tageseinnahmen abholen, als er von einem unmaskierten Mann überfallen und erschossen wird. Seine Frau Ute erinnert sich für uns noch mal an ihren Mann Ralf zurück und an den wohl schlimmsten Tag in ihrem Leben.

Music History Today
Music History Today Podcast December 31 - What Happened On December 31 In Music History

Music History Today

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 12:12


Happy New Year's Eve!! On the December 31 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Journey, the Kinks, AC/DC, & Bauhaus play their first gigs, Dick Clark starts a tradition, a couple people & groups leave, & happy birthday to Donna Summer & John Denver ALL MY MUSIC HISTORY TODAY PODCAST LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday ALL MY MUSIC HALLS OF FAME PODCAST LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichallsoffamepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/musichistorytodaypodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/musichistorytodaypodcast/support

Architect My Life
31 - Demystifying Smart Modern Luxury Prefab Homes with Michelle Kolbe of EvoDomus

Architect My Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 46:02


Your host, Aya Shlachter, talks with Michelle Kolbe, CCO, Co-Founder, and Head of Design of EvoDOMUS.   In this episode, Aya and Michelle take a trip down memory lane as they talk about Michelle's journey as an architecture major who traveled to Europe and how this opportunity exposed her to various experiences that soon served as a compass that helped her navigate her career life.    Michelle also discusses the idea behind the creation of EvoDomus, their design process when working on pre-fab homes, and how she handles tasks and the people on-site. On top of that, Michelle shares how she developed her business acumen, how she navigated their firm amidst the pandemic, and how one of the most crucial aspects of being a successful creative entrepreneur is understanding how to deal with challenging situations and clients.    Make sure to listen until the end of the episode to know more about Michelle's views on design, business, and work-life balance!   ABOUT THE GUEST: Michelle Kolbe is the CCO, Co-Founder, and Head of Design of EvoDOMUS, a firm that specializes in the intersection of modern and green architecture. They create solid, warm homes for people who are environmentally aware and love modern architecture.   Michelle traveled to Europe after finishing her degree in architecture at Kent State University, gaining valuable international experience in residential, retail, and commercial design in both Germany and England. She collaborated with architect Arata Isozaki in his Berlin office in the mid-nineties, soaking up the vibrancy and excitement of the post-reunification era in this truly amazing city. After 17 years abroad, she returned to the US, bringing with her a wealth of experience in the fields of energy-efficient architectural design, client relations, and construction management. Her admiration of the clean lines of Bauhaus-inspired modernism coupled with contemporary materials, and advances in current building science, serve as a perpetual source of inspiration for her home designs.   Find out more about EvoDOMUS www.evodomus.com Instagram: @Evodomus www.evo.supplies Instagram: @Evodomus_kitchen_studio   BE PART OF THE PODCAST: Do you have a question in mind? Send me your questions and I'll answer them on a podcast episode! If you'd like to be a guest on Architect My Life, click HERE.

Vietnam Innovators (Tiếng Việt)
S3#29 Phạm Trần Nhật Minh, Phó tổng Giám Đốc Công ty TNHH Nhựa Long Thành: Bài học từ những lần thay đổi chiến lược

Vietnam Innovators (Tiếng Việt)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 34:15


[English description below]Khách mời của Vietnam Innovator tập này là ông Phạm Trần Nhật Minh (Minh Nhựa), hiện đang giữ vai trò Phó tổng Giám Đốc của Công ty TNHH Nhựa Long Thành. Được thành lập từ những năm 90, Nhựa Long Thành đã trở thành một trong những doanh nghiệp có tiếng trong ngành. Hiện công ty đang là đối tác của các thương hiệu lớn Vinamilk, Coca-Cola, Heineken,… với những sản phẩm công nghiệp như pallet nhựa, két nhựa,…Trước khi tham vào bộ máy gia điều hành, ông Phạm Trần Nhật Minh đã dành nhiều thời gian để trải nghiệm, tìm hiểu qua nhiều vị trí, phòng ban trong công ty. Trở thành Phó tổng Giám Đốc, ông đã đưa ra những chiến lược cải cách, góp phần giúp Nhựa Long Thành phát triển vững mạnh.Cùng lắng nghe podcast Vietnam Innovators với sự dẫn dắt của host Miro Nguyễn để tìm hiểu thêm vai trò của ông tại công ty cũng như chiến lược phát triển Nhựa Long Thành đang theo đuổi nhé!Xem phiên bản video trên YouTube.Và đọc những thông tin thú vị trên vietcetera.com.Nếu có bất cứ góp ý, phản hồi hay mong muốn hợp tác, bạn có thể gửi email về địa chỉ team@vietcetera.com.Cảm ơn OfficeHaus đã đồng hành cùng tập podcast này!OfficeHaus là sự kết hợp giữa chất lượng Đức và thiết kế mang tính ứng dụng. OfficeHaus mang đến một khái niệm mới về tương lai, khi tính bền vững được phối hợp hài hòa với niềm hứng khởi và các tiêu chuẩn quốc tế. Đạt chứng nhận LEED Gold, đồng thời lấy cảm hứng từ các tòa nhà mang phong cách Bauhaus tối giản và có tính ứng dụng cao, OfficeHaus là giải pháp hiện đại cho những yêu cầu của một thành phố đang phát triển và lực lượng gen Z đang gia tăng.---In this Vietnam Innovators episode, we welcome Mr. Minh Nhựa to the studio. He is currently Deputy General Director of Long Thanh Plastic Co.,Ltd. Established in the 90s, Long Thanh Plastic has become one the leading enterprises in the industry. Currently, the company partners up with big brands such as Vinamilk, Coca-Cola, HEINEKEN, etc.Before taking over the current role, he spent a lot of time to experience and learn through many positions and departments. Becoming the Deputy General Director, he came up with reform strategies, contributing to the strong development of Long Thanh Plastics.Let's join our host Miro Nguyen to hear more about Mr. Minh Nhựa's role at the company as well as the development strategy Long Thanh Plastic is pursuing!Listen to this episode on YouTube And explore many amazing articles at the website vietcetera.com.Feel free to leave any questions or invitations for business cooperation at team@vietcetera.comBig thanks OfficeHaus for making this podcast possible!OfficeHaus marries German quality with functional design resulting in a future-proof concept blending sustainability, passion, and international standards. Inspired by Bauhaus design and the minimalist, OfficeHaus is the modern-day answer to a burgeoning city's and Gen Z's needs. A Modern, efficient, inspirational spaces that help attract and retain sharp workforces while increasing productivity and efficiency, thereby reducing operational expenses. OfficeHaus, the perfect solution for your modern office needs.

At a Distance
Hans Joachim Schellnhuber on Applying the Intersectional Thinking of the Bauhaus to Today

At a Distance

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 48:07


Atmospheric physicist and climatologist Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, the founder of Bauhaus Earth, talks with us about reforesting the planet and “re-timbering” cities, the potential for the built environment to become a “hero” in climate restoration, and the vast number of solutions to be found by looking to nature and Indigenous cultures.Episode sponsored by Grand Seiko.

Three Song Stories
Episode 249 - Dave Lapham

Three Song Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 98:13


Dave Lapham became a professional guitar tech from 2003-2017, Touring the world with bands like QOTSA an MCR, and musicians Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains, Chris Cornell of Soundgarden, Peter Murphy of Bauhaus, Billy Idol and on and on… Dave grew up in Dearborn, Michigan surrounded by rock and punk music of the 70's and through the 90's, setting the tone for the rest of his life.  As a kid he was into guitars, muscle cars, girls, BMX and skateboarding. 

Vietnam Innovators (Tiếng Việt)
S3#28 Ngô Minh Hiếu (Hiếu PC): Bảo vệ chính mình trên không gian mạng

Vietnam Innovators (Tiếng Việt)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 43:31


[English description below]Ngô Minh Hiếu, hay còn được biết đến với tên gọi Hiếu PC sẽ là khách mời của tập Vietnam Innovators (Tiếng Việt) tuần này. Hiện anh đang là Chuyên viên giám sát Trung tâm giám sát An toàn không gian mạng Quốc gia (NCSC) và là đồng sáng lập Chống lừa đảo (ChongLuaDao.vn).Dự án phi lợi nhuận "Chống lừa đảo" được ra mắt vào tháng 11/2021, bao gồm website và các group trên các nền tảng mạng xã hội. Đây là tâm huyết của anh cũng như đội ngũ thành viên với mong muốn nâng cao nhận thức bảo mật của người Việt trên không gian mạng, cảnh báo những website không an toàn.Ở nước ta, dường như người dùng Internet chưa thật sự quan tâm đến các hình thức bảo mật thông tin cá nhân. Theo báo cáo của Bộ Công an, trong hai năm 2019-2020, đã phát hiện gần 1.300 GB dữ liệu cá nhân bị rao bán. Vậy làm thế nào để tự bảo vệ chính mình cũng như những người xung quanh khỏi lừa đảo? Cùng lắng nghe cuộc trò chuyện giữa Ngô Minh Hiếu và host Miro Nguyễn nhé!Đừng quên có thể xem bản video của podcast này tại YouTube.Và đọc những bài viết thú vị tại website vietcetera.comNếu có bất cứ góp ý, phản hồi hay mong muốn hợp tác, bạn có thể gửi email về địa chỉ team@vietcetera.comCảm ơn OfficeHaus đã đồng hành cùng podcast!OfficeHaus là sự kết hợp giữa chất lượng Đức và thiết kế mang tính ứng dụng. OfficeHaus mang đến một khái niệm mới về tương lai, khi tính bền vững được phối hợp hài hòa với niềm hứng khởi và các tiêu chuẩn quốc tế. Đạt chứng nhận LEED Gold, đồng thời lấy cảm hứng từ các tòa nhà mang phong cách Bauhaus tối giản và có tính ứng dụng cao, OfficeHaus là giải pháp hiện đại cho những yêu cầu của một thành phố đang phát triển và lực lượng gen Z đang gia tăng.  ---Ngo Minh Hieu, also known as Hieu PC will be joining this week's episode of Vietnam Innovators (Vietnamese edition). Currently, he is a Supervisor of the National Cyber Security Monitoring Center (NCSC) and a co-founder of Chongluadao.vnThis non-profit project was launched in November 2021, including websites and groups on social media platforms. This is the passion of him as well as the team members with the desire to raise the security awareness of Vietnamese people in the cyberspace.In our country, it seems that internet users are not interested in personal information security. According to a report by the Ministry of Public Security, in the two years of 2019-2020, nearly 1,300 GB of personal data were exposed for sale. So how to protect yourself and those around you from scams? Let's hear from Ngo Minh Hieu and host Miro Nguyen to find out!Listen to this episode on YouTubeAnd explore many amazing articles at the website vietcetera.com.Feel free to leave any questions at team@vietcetera.com Thank OfficeHaus for making this podcast possible!OfficeHaus marries German quality with functional design resulting in a future-proof concept blending sustainability, passion and international standards. Inspired by Bauhaus design and the minimalist, OfficeHaus is the modern-day answer to a burgeoning city's and Gen Z's needs. A modern, efficient, inspirational spaces that help attract and retain sharp workforces while increasing productivity and efficiency, thereby reducing operational expenses. OfficeHaus, the perfect solution for your modern office needs. 

The Robyn Ivy Podcast
Illuminating Creativity and Process, with Fred Poisson

The Robyn Ivy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 91:00


We had studios across the hall from one another a decade ago. He a fine art painter; I a photographer.  What began as casual conversations in the hallway,  soon turned into treasured 3 hour long breakfasts over lousy coffee to talk about all things art related.  Creative process, the way light moves, nuances in color and form and the art of noticing were all themes we would happily dive into and swim around in until the demands of real life would call us back to shore. Longtime friend and uber talented fine art painter, Fred Poisson joins me today from his car in Brooklyn to share one of our infamous convos about creativity live for your listening pleasure.  Learn some unexpected benefits of creativity like how to use it as a powerful problem solving tool or as a new lens to see a fresh perspective and how to be kind to yourself as you experiment, risk and explore.  Here are some other things you'll discover in this episode: The power of seeing oneself as an artist. How to stay curious, stay in the creative arena and keep going.The importance of reframing failure over and over again into learning not losing.Using creativity to approach your own creative process and build momentum.How to evolve as an artist.and so more… Enjoy!  Connect with Fred Poisson here: Website:: http://www.fredpoisson.com/Instagram:: https://www.instagram.com/fredpoisson Quick note, I just want to say thank you for listening to this episode. I know it means a lot to myself and my guests.  If you enjoyed this episode, you will also like: Episode #20: Alisa Barry: Curating a Beautiful Life Episode #29: Cynthia Morris: Creativity Embodied Episode #31: Jeff Harry: Reorienting Ourselves Towards Play What can you do to support this channel? Subscribe, every new listener counts to us!Engage, we are a community who supports each otherLeave a review, let us know what you thinkShare, know others who may get some value - then share out channel   MORE ABOUT FRED POISSON: As a young artist, Fred Poisson studied with the Swiss artist Claude Saucy, who was himself a student of Max Bill and the Bauhaus school.  After years working as a Designer he returned to painting in 2010.  The work presented on this website began in 2019.  Poisson has lived on four continents and in the South Pacific.  He currently lives and works in New York City after many years as a Block Island, Rhode Island, resident. In 1992 Poisson received a BFA in painting from Rhode Island School of Design. He has exhibited primarily in New England. In 2014, he had a solo museum show in China.

Put Your Socks On
Phil Bauhaus

Put Your Socks On

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 53:18


German sprint specialist Phil Bauhaus dials in to Bobby and Jens to share his thoughts on the off season, crypto currency and the future! Plus he shares his thoughts on the situation surrounding former teammate Mark Cavendish and looks forward to 2023. Bobby and Jens is a Shocked Giraffe production. This episode was produced by Mark Payne and edited by Tim Mossa.

In Our Time
Bauhaus

In Our Time

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 56:45


Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Bauhaus which began in 1919 in Weimar, Germany, as a school for arts and crafts combined, and went on to be famous around the world. Under its first director, Walter Gropius, the Bauhaus moved to Dessau and extended its range to architecture and became associated with a series of white, angular, flat-roofed buildings reproduced from Shanghai to Chicago, aimed for modern living. The school closed after only 14 years while at a third location, Berlin, under pressure from the Nazis, yet its students and teachers continued to spread its ethos in exile, making it even more influential. The image above is of the Bauhaus Building, Dessau, designed by Gropius and built in 1925-6 With Robin Schuldenfrei Tangen Reader in 20th Century Modernism at The Courtauld Institute of Art Alan Powers History Leader at the London School of Architecture And Michael White Professor of the History of Art at the University of York Producer: Simon Tillotson

In Our Time: Culture

Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Bauhaus which began in 1919 in Weimar, Germany, as a school for arts and crafts combined, and went on to be famous around the world. Under its first director, Walter Gropius, the Bauhaus moved to Dessau and extended its range to architecture and became associated with a series of white, angular, flat-roofed buildings reproduced from Shanghai to Chicago, aimed for modern living. The school closed after only 14 years while at a third location, Bernau, under pressure from the Nazis, yet its students and teachers continued to spread its ethos in exile, making it even more influential. The image above is of the Bauhaus Building, Dessau, designed by Gropius and built in 1925-6 With Robin Schuldenfrei Tangen Reader in 20th Century Modernism at The Courtauld Institute of Art Alan Powers History Leader at the London School of Architecture And Michael White Professor of the History of Art at the University of York Producer: Simon Tillotson

The Giligadi Poddy
The Giligadi Poddy - More Music Influences

The Giligadi Poddy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 25:19


Giligadi learned to sign by singing along with Peter Murphy. It gave him a big range of octaves.  Then he discusses his love for Tones on Tails. And finally he discusses Love and Rockets.

Pismo. Magazyn opinii
À propos Niemiec

Pismo. Magazyn opinii

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 27:05


Dlaczego słyszymy i mówimy dziś o Niemczech głównie w kontekście politycznym? W jaki sposób historia wpływa na tożsamość narodu i jak można przepracowywać zbiorową traumę, kultywując pamięć o trudnych doświadczeniach? Co inspiruje dziś niemiecką kulturę? I w jakim stopniu prawdziwe są twierdzenia o niemieckiej otwartości na wszelką inność? O tym wszystkim opowiadam w odcinku A propos Niemiec, polecając co przeczytać, co obejrzeć i czego posłuchać na podstawie takich rekomendacji, jak: - zbiór reportaży Rzeźnia numer jeden i inne reportaże z Niemiec Jerzego Haszczyńskiego - książka Stiga Dagermana Niemiecka jesień. Reportaż z podróży po Niemczech - zbiór reportaży pod redakcją Agnieszki Wójcińskiej Mur. 12 kawałków o Berlinie - książka Sharon Macdonald Krainy pamięci. O dziedzictwie i tożsamości we współczesnej Europie - książka Fiony MacCarthy Walter Gropius. Człowiek, który zbudował Bauhaus - film dokumentalny Beuys. Sztuka to rewolucja w reżyserii Andresa Veiela - teksty w „Piśmie”: Kiedy historia patrzy na Niemcy, chichocze Kai Puto, Koniec ery Angeli Merkel Adama Traczyka, Nowa polityka wschodnia Niemiec Pawła Marczewskiego - podcast Powiększenie dziennikarki OKO.press Agaty Kowalskiej - powieść Deniz Ohde W sztucznym świetle Posłuchajcie! Zuzanna Kowalczyk - Dla słuchaczy podcastu „A propos” przygotowaliśmy kod zniżkowy na roczny dostęp online do „Pisma". Wejdź na magazynpismo.pl/prenumerata i wpisz na dole strony kod: APROPOS, skorzystaj z oferty – czytaj i słuchaj przez pierwsze 5 miesięcy za połowę ceny (5,49 zł). *Odcinek powstał dzięki wsparciu Fundacji Współpracy Polsko-Niemieckiej.

Alain Elkann Interviews
Amos Gitai - 138 - Alain Elkann Interviews

Alain Elkann Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 34:15


DOCUMENTING OUR DISPLACEMENT. The filmmaker Amos Gitai was born in Israel in 1950 where his father Munio Gitai Weintraub was a prominent Bauhaus architect and his mother Efratia Margalit an intellectual, a storyteller and a teacher. Amos trained as an architect in Haifa and at UC Berkeley in America before becoming internationally known for his documentaries and feature films about the Middle East, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and personal and collective memory.

The Danny Diess Show
Christine McVie Tribute With Music by Stevie Nicks, Cocteau Twins, Modern English & More

The Danny Diess Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 86:46


This vinyl mix Danny pays tribute to the late singer songwriter Christine McVie with music by Stevie Nicks, Cocteau Twins, Modern English, and more. Christine Anne McVie (/məkˈviː/;[1] née Perfect; 12 July 1943 – 30 November 2022) was an English musician and songwriter. She was principally known as a vocalist and keyboardist with the band Fleetwood Mac.A member of several bands on the mid-1960s British Blues scene, notably Chicken Shack, she began playing with Fleetwood Mac in 1968, initially as a contract session player, before formally joining the band in 1970. She started to emerge as a songwriter by 1971, with her first compositions appearing on her fourth album with the group, Future Games. She would remain with the band through many lineup changes for the next several decades, generally writing and performing lead vocals on about half of the tracks on all of their subsequent studio albums (though she had partially retired in 1998, and only appeared as a session musician on the band's last studio album, Say You Will. She also released three solo studio albums. Steve Leggett of AllMusic described her as an "unabashedly easy-on-the-ears singer/songwriter, and the prime mover behind some of Fleetwood Mac's biggest hits". Eight songs written or co-written by her, including "Don't Stop", "Everywhere", and "Little Lies", appeared on Fleetwood Mac's 1988 Greatest Hits album.As a member of Fleetwood Mac, McVie was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and received the Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music in 1998. The same year, after almost 30 years with the band, she opted to leave and lived in semi-retirement for nearly 15 years. She released a solo album in 2004. She appeared on stage with Fleetwood Mac at the O2 Arena in London in September 2013, before rejoining the band in 2014 prior to their On with the Show tour.McVie received a Gold Badge of Merit Award from BASCA, now The Ivors Academy, in 2006.[9] She received the Ivor Novello Award for Lifetime Achievement from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors in 2014 and was honoured with the Trailblazer Award at the UK Americana Awards in 2021. She was also the recipient of two Grammy Awards.

History Is Dank
Bauhaus With Artist Pau Aguirre

History Is Dank

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 69:44


Artist and owner of the Pauhaus Gallery in Los Angeles, Pau Aguirre, joins Strider to discuss the early contemporary art school in Germany known as Bauhaus. They interpret some pieces and share their outlook on art, life, and other dank stuff.  Pau Aguirre: @pauhausgallery @artofpau @melrosedrawingclub patreon.com/striderwilson Sources: history.com, Theartstory.org, Guggenheim.org, Artsy.net, Dwell.com, Bauhaus-dessau.de

Auf den Tag genau
Herbstliches Weimar

Auf den Tag genau

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 9:04


Zur großen Faszination Weimars gehört es, dass die beschauliche thüringische Residenzstadt an der Ilm es vermochte, sich als international strahlkräftige Kulturmetropole immer wieder neu zu erfinden. Auf den Glanz der klassischen ‘goldenen‘ Goethe- und Schillerzeit folgten im späteren 19. Jahrhundert das sogenannte ‘Silberne Zeitalter‘ mit hier wirkenden Protagonisten wie Franz Liszt, Arnold Böcklin oder Franz Lenbach sowie im frühen 20. Jahrhundert das zunächst vor allem von Henry van der Velde geprägte ‘Neue Weimar‘, dessen Geschichte nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg ganz maßgeblich das federführend von Walter Gropius begründete und bis 1925 hier beheimatete Bauhaus fortschrieb. Der Autor Rudolf Kayser entdeckte in dieser ästhetischen Diversität, anders als manch konservativerer Zeitgenosse, keinen Widerspruch. Goethezeit und der Pioniergeist des aufstrebenden Bauhaus scheinen sich in seinem Artikel aus dem Berliner Tageblatt vom 26. November 1922 vielmehr äußerst fruchtbar miteinander zu verbinden. Es liest Frank Riede.

Studio Socrates
WK 2022: De stunt van de samurai, Pedri en luie Belgen

Studio Socrates

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 46:24


Studio Socrates WK 2022 #4.Daan vindt Pedri een Bauhaus-voetballer en is boos op Roberto Martinez. Jasper deelt de Italia-award uit en zag een bijzonder compilatiefilmpje van Ziyech.Verder hadden we het over aanvallersarmoede bij Marokko en Kroatië, de stunt van de samurai, de tong en het huppeltje van Gavi, schijtbakkencoach Martinez, en werd passie en beleving opeens de rode draad van de aflevering.

A Thing or Two with Claire and Erica
Gift Guide Part 2: Siblings, Kids, Colleagues, Friends, and Everyone Else

A Thing or Two with Claire and Erica

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 58:24


We're wrapping up (heh) this year's gift guides with ideas for siblings, kids, aunts and uncles, colleagues, and the randos in your life you wanna treat extra nice. Have holiday-shopping thoughts of your own you *need* to share? Join our shiny new Geneva and spread that intel!    For all our ideas, check out the archive of gift guides past—and keep those VMs and DMs coming at 833-632-5463 and @athingortwohq!   A quick thanks to our sponsors: Explore our favorite MoMA Design Store finds—a one-stop shop! Give your hair TLC with Nutrafol. Take $15 off your first month's subscription with the code ATHINGORTWO. YAY.   Sisters!   For my sister and me because we both had/are having babies this year, and we are culturally christian literally only for the christmas cheer. Baby's first christmas holiday ornaments that aren't absolutely dreadful. So much cheesy stuff, doesn't have to be baby themed but looking for a cool way to commemorate. Custom porcelain charms from OKS FoxBlossomCo custom bent-wire ornament  Lizzie Fortunato Alphabet Soup charms  Celina Mancurti monogrammed Christmas stockings or one-of-a-kind ones from Pyschic Outlaw   Step-sister; 18 and just got engaged. Likes to hunt. We are quite different. Ranger Station perfumes Yeti something! Various of the tumblers are customizable. Camber sweatshirt Vuori Beis weekender Flannery Beef   My sister who is a palliative care nurse with a broadway and true crime obsession Antipast compression socks Bonnie and Neil wave bath mat TodayTix gift card Broadway Dance Center classes Salty Seattle Crocchi croissant-shaped gnocchi Tickets to True Crime: The Musical at The Players Theatre in NYC Brothers!   25-year-old brother, aspirational and practicing writer/actor/director, v into self-improvement (Tim Ferriss vibes), not into receiving gifts, would rather just buy what he wants when he wants, the curveball is he did say I could make him some art or buy him some art as apartment decor. Artwise signed posters and lithographs Art from Kneeland Co. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art posters and prints Get Your Shit Together by David Shrigley Martin Scorsese MasterClass   Early 20s brothers who still live at home. A24 99 Movie Crosswords Rap Capital by Joe Coscarelli Solid Wiggles, which now ships on Gold Belly Athletic Greens Dohm white noise machine Anyday microwave cookware   Sons! 25 year old son who buys the nicer things because they last, but who is also a minimalist. Something from Labour & Wait or Puebco Ettitude sheets.  Toyo toolbox Bottega Veneta moneyclip   Kids and Teens!   5-year-old who bounces off the walls and loves telling stories and recapping movies. Hugimal weighted stuffed animal Haba doorway puppet theater or Wonder & Wise by Asweets playhouse Cosmic Kids Yoga subscription  P.S.- We Made This: Super Fun Crafts That Grow Smarter + Happier Kids! by Erica Domesek Little Passports Kidamento camera Lego MiniFigs    4-year-old who loves twirly dresses but mom's aesthetic is minimalist Brooklyn hipster. Unwind Studio needlepoint kit for kids Kazoo magazine subscription OLODesigns costumes All Small Co dress section (see: kiwi puff tutu dress and Lisa Says Gah x All Small Co puff sleeve dress)  La Réunion custom azure patchwork dress  Primary cozy plaid dress or tutu dress Follies playhouses: Casa Azul set, The Bauhaus set, and Canvas set   13year old girl who claims she discovered preppy fashion and also loves hair product Vintage Ralph Lauren shirts—use search terms Y2K, cropped Used copy of The Official Preppy Handbook Monogrammable mini backpack from Paravel Rose and Co candle makers  Pattern mist spray bottle + microfiber hair towel Shop Milk Teeth barrettes Chunks hair accessories Some TikTok-adjacent cooking things: DIY fortune cookie kit, The Dough Club mochi pancake and waffle mix, Takashi Murakami flower pancake pan Lumber Club Marfa stool   Aunts and Uncles!   A generous aunt whose language is giving other people gifts, but hard to buy for herself. She's a real estate agent, into some woo-y self-help stuff, and buys anything she needs right away. Have tried gift certificates for experiential things, but she's a busy lady and these often don't get redeemed. An easy-to-redeem gift card for food that's good for entertaining that comes to her. In NYC: Stocked by 3 Owls gift card. In LA: Lady & Larder. Nationwide: Beauty & the Board. Cultish by Amanda Montell  A flower subscription from Flowerbx or BloomsyBox Moon Lists workbook / guided journal Amiacalva tote or monogrammed Clare V Tropezienne.  Fancy, pretty makeup like Dries Van Noten lipstick or perfume discovery set or Hermès lipstick or blush brush.    Colleagues!   Beloved senior colleague retiring: works in a museum, fun dog, rocks a funky necklace.  Lux Eros personalized pet bowl Kikkerland wooden ball launcher Ameico candle stacks Roxanne Assoulin necklace Susan Alexandra dog collar or leash Saint Olio aromatic dog refresher   Coworkers/direct reports - ideally one idea for all. We are remote so a digital gift is ideal.  A Thing or Two Secret Menu subscription Substack subscription: To give a gift subscription, go to the homepage of the publication you'd like to give, then add “/gift” to the end of the URL. Libro.fm subscription Gjusta Goods herbed salt and Burlap & Barrel Zanzibar black peppercorns and Graza olive oil Allie's banana bread  Good-looking games like Wingspan, Azul, Lacorsa Grand Prix, and Casa Lopez Playing Cards.    My boss - owns a company that runs farmer markets. I've been with the company since may. He is currently starting a farm (he has been a farmer before). I am honestly not sure if he is a Christmas guy. He doesn't seem jazzed about it, idk. I know he cares enormously about sustainability, our food system, etc. but is also a business man. I have literally zero ideas for him. The additional piece is that we should get him a gift as a group (we are a pretty small team) but should I also get him a sep gift? No, right? Agh. I assume he's in his mid to late 40s. White. He has small kids that I haven't met. Chocolate! ℅ Fossa, andSons Chocolatiers, and JST Chocolate  Alec's Ice Cream Séka Hills olive oil An Illustrated Catalog of American Fruits and Nuts Flamingo Estate 9-pound bag of manure  Donation to Black Farmer Fund paired with We Are Each Other's Harvest: Celebrating African American Farmers, Land, and Legacy by Natalie Baszile Donation to Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative at University of Arkansas   Friends!   Best friend (36 female) loves wine and who my 5 yo thinks has chosen being an aunt as her career.  Josephinen glasses Special bottle from Walker Wines or Winebid Cote wine club (also has a gift box option) 99 Bottles: A Black Sheep's Guide to Life-Changing Wines by André Hueston Mack An American in Provence: Art, Life and Photography by Jamie Beck   Female friend. Preppy/classic style. Likes fancy crafts (i.e., embroidery). Vegan. ~$40 The LL Bean tote with an in joke, catchphrase, embroidered Loop Canvas needlepionts StirCrazyCrafterUK embroidery journal kit Blockshop original block-printing kit Vintage napkins with her initial or monogram on Etsy/eBay Typology tinted lip oil Donation to animal sanctuary, like Farm Sactuary: “adopt” a goat named Jennifer or a donkey named Albert! Brutus Bakeshop goodies   One of my best friends who has two boys under 4, is writing a thesis on how policing was formed out of military-imperialist activities, and is a great chef and baker (vegetarian and gluten-free). She did all our friends' wedding hair and makeup (me included) and took us to the Usher residency in Vegas for her 36th birthday. Lastly, and most importantly, her family is very wealthy (and generous - they have taken me on MANY incredible once-in-a-lifetime trips). Lastly, she is a BIG SHOPPER but still hunts for a deal. If you're wondering, I have already given her a custom Katie Kimmel pet vase. Vintage Usher tee Tani Greenspan custom matchbook print  The Last Course by Claudia Flemming (and Melissa Clark) + her new book Delectable (with Catherine Young) Chava studio shirt or a gift cert  Alepel custom shoes or cardholder  Memor phone case or vase. They also sell jibbitz…er, shoe charms. Arcana Books gift certificate Hermès passport holder   Recovering cool girl that doesn't want any more vinyl, just something useless + gorge.  Somthings2021 vase or candlestick Escentric Molecules gift set Casa Veronica wall hook or candle holder Isabel Halley wine cups Siafu Home beaded water carafe Molly J. CBD gummies advent calendar Kiosk48th advent calendar   Everyone Else! Brother's girlfriend who loves to read, has 2 cats, hates clutter, and many food allergies. Coway air purifier Evvie Drake Starts Over by Linda Holmes  Craighill perch bookmark Cat ruff collar Meyou Paris cat scratching post or bed A donation to a local cat rescue organization   Gymnastics moms who plan trips, organize fundraisers and figure out carpool. A bottle of something fun and a little surprising: Pipeno red ( with Papaya Reusables paper towels?),Forthave Spirits Red Aperitivo, non-alcoholic De Soi or Non or Proxies Stationery / office-supply grab bags with finds from Yoseka Stationery, St. Louis Art Supply, or your local art store Cheerie Lane kitchen gift set   Millennial who loves gardening and just started a high powered public job in the city. Leath at-home growing system Soltech Solutions hanging grow light or bulb Sneeboer garden tools Garden clogs from Gardenheir Natureking flower press Donation to GrowNYC Ichendorf Milano waterlife ball Produced by Dear Media

Culture 2000
Le Bauhaus

Culture 2000

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 43:38


Rejoignez nous partout les manos et les womanos : frequencemoderne.fr twitter.com/Culture_2000 facebook.com/culture2000.fm instagram.com/culture2000.fm - Vous voulez nous soutenir financièrement ? Merci, déjà ! Et c'est par là utip.io/frequencemoderne/ - Parlez de nous à vos copains, si vous le voulez bien, comme ça tout le monde sera plein de connaissance et le monde sera plus doux (résultat non contractuel) - Et sinon, à dans 15 jours en podcast pour un nouvel épisode

The Danny Diess Show
New Wave, Metal & Electronica 11/17/22

The Danny Diess Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 99:06


Another vinyl spin for all of you out there. I'm having a great time playing strictly vinyl sets again.... and really having a blast sharing it with all of you out there XOXOX. This one features artist blocks of Peter Murphy, Kraftwerk, and Judas Priest. Also Dance and 12 inch Vinyl Remixes by Latour, Kode 4, and Howard Jones. Recorded at The She Shack Studio 11/15-16-2022.© Copyright Danny Diess.

Why I Hate this Album
Prepisode #77 - Bauhaus - Bela Lugosi's Dead

Why I Hate this Album

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 70:47


This week our October Scaretacular…continues? Due to unexpected delays and Tim's love of all things spooky we're going to keep it going! So get out your mascara and black nail polish this week we're going goth with the debut Bauhaus single Bela Lugosi's Dead. Also in this prepisode music news of the weird, listener emails and we announce next week's album. In this episode we discuss math, spooky stuff, the art of seduction, vampires, goths, friendship, Weekend at Bernie's, Kanye West and so much more!  Hatepod.com | TW: @AlbumHatePod | IG: @hatePod | hatePodMail@gmail.com Episode Outline: Quick update on the goings on at the world headquarters Discuss our history with the song/band Song discussion - lyrics and music Music Video How the song did around the world Amazon reviews Listener email (just 2) Music news of the weird Announce next week's album

radinho de pilha
“progresso” x nossa natureza, como a Bauhaus mudou o mundo, perda de audição x demência

radinho de pilha

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 54:01


Can't Hear People When There's Noise Around? A Study Links This to Dementia Risk https://www.sciencealert.com/cant-hear-people-when-theres-noise-around-a-study-links-this-to-dementia-risk?utm_source=pocket_saves Surdité : on est tout ouïe https://pca.st/uovaq9z2 Twitter chaos after wave of blue tick impersonations https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-63599553 It took a 19-year-old with $8 10 minutes to blow up Elon Musk's new blue check scheme https://www.dailydot.com/debug/elon-musk-twitter-blue-adam-schefter/ The Buddhist concept of “yugen” helps ... Read more

Release Yourself
Release Yourself Radio Show 1099

Release Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 119:51


Release Yourself with world renowned DJ, Producer, Radio and Podcast host Roger Sanchez. More Roger Sanchez on http://rogersanchez.com Roger Sanchez Live In The Mix from Bauhaus in HoustonTrack-list unavailable

New Books Network
Laura A. Frahm, "Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus" (MIT Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 95:10


Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus (MIT Press, 2022) provides the first comprehensive history of film experiments at the Bauhaus, the famous art school that operated between 1919 and 1933 and was located in Weimar, before moving to Dessau and later to Berlin. While the Bauhaus is commonly associated with the development of modern architecture and industrial design, Design in Motion focuses on film, and demonstrates how the cinematic medium became a proving ground for some of the school's most innovative work. Laura Frahm is John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Humanities at the Department of Art, Film, and Visual Studies at Harvard University. Frahm's work explores film and media through the lens of architecture, design, spatial theory, ecological thought, and process philosophy. In addition to her latest book Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus (2022), she is the author of Beyond Space: Cinematic Topologies of the Urban (2010), Moving Spaces: Spatial Configurations in Music Videos by Jonathan Glazer, Chris Cunningham, Mark Romanek, and Michel Gondry (2007) and Introduction to Media Cultural Studies (co-edited, 2005). Iva Glisic is a historian and art historian specialising in modern Russia and the Balkans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Film
Laura A. Frahm, "Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus" (MIT Press, 2022)

New Books in Film

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 95:10


Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus (MIT Press, 2022) provides the first comprehensive history of film experiments at the Bauhaus, the famous art school that operated between 1919 and 1933 and was located in Weimar, before moving to Dessau and later to Berlin. While the Bauhaus is commonly associated with the development of modern architecture and industrial design, Design in Motion focuses on film, and demonstrates how the cinematic medium became a proving ground for some of the school's most innovative work. Laura Frahm is John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Humanities at the Department of Art, Film, and Visual Studies at Harvard University. Frahm's work explores film and media through the lens of architecture, design, spatial theory, ecological thought, and process philosophy. In addition to her latest book Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus (2022), she is the author of Beyond Space: Cinematic Topologies of the Urban (2010), Moving Spaces: Spatial Configurations in Music Videos by Jonathan Glazer, Chris Cunningham, Mark Romanek, and Michel Gondry (2007) and Introduction to Media Cultural Studies (co-edited, 2005). Iva Glisic is a historian and art historian specialising in modern Russia and the Balkans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/film

New Books in Art
Laura A. Frahm, "Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus" (MIT Press, 2022)

New Books in Art

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 95:10


Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus (MIT Press, 2022) provides the first comprehensive history of film experiments at the Bauhaus, the famous art school that operated between 1919 and 1933 and was located in Weimar, before moving to Dessau and later to Berlin. While the Bauhaus is commonly associated with the development of modern architecture and industrial design, Design in Motion focuses on film, and demonstrates how the cinematic medium became a proving ground for some of the school's most innovative work. Laura Frahm is John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Humanities at the Department of Art, Film, and Visual Studies at Harvard University. Frahm's work explores film and media through the lens of architecture, design, spatial theory, ecological thought, and process philosophy. In addition to her latest book Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus (2022), she is the author of Beyond Space: Cinematic Topologies of the Urban (2010), Moving Spaces: Spatial Configurations in Music Videos by Jonathan Glazer, Chris Cunningham, Mark Romanek, and Michel Gondry (2007) and Introduction to Media Cultural Studies (co-edited, 2005). Iva Glisic is a historian and art historian specialising in modern Russia and the Balkans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/art

New Books in Dance
Laura A. Frahm, "Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus" (MIT Press, 2022)

New Books in Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 95:10


Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus (MIT Press, 2022) provides the first comprehensive history of film experiments at the Bauhaus, the famous art school that operated between 1919 and 1933 and was located in Weimar, before moving to Dessau and later to Berlin. While the Bauhaus is commonly associated with the development of modern architecture and industrial design, Design in Motion focuses on film, and demonstrates how the cinematic medium became a proving ground for some of the school's most innovative work. Laura Frahm is John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Humanities at the Department of Art, Film, and Visual Studies at Harvard University. Frahm's work explores film and media through the lens of architecture, design, spatial theory, ecological thought, and process philosophy. In addition to her latest book Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus (2022), she is the author of Beyond Space: Cinematic Topologies of the Urban (2010), Moving Spaces: Spatial Configurations in Music Videos by Jonathan Glazer, Chris Cunningham, Mark Romanek, and Michel Gondry (2007) and Introduction to Media Cultural Studies (co-edited, 2005). Iva Glisic is a historian and art historian specialising in modern Russia and the Balkans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts

New Books in History
Laura A. Frahm, "Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus" (MIT Press, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 95:10


Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus (MIT Press, 2022) provides the first comprehensive history of film experiments at the Bauhaus, the famous art school that operated between 1919 and 1933 and was located in Weimar, before moving to Dessau and later to Berlin. While the Bauhaus is commonly associated with the development of modern architecture and industrial design, Design in Motion focuses on film, and demonstrates how the cinematic medium became a proving ground for some of the school's most innovative work. Laura Frahm is John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Humanities at the Department of Art, Film, and Visual Studies at Harvard University. Frahm's work explores film and media through the lens of architecture, design, spatial theory, ecological thought, and process philosophy. In addition to her latest book Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus (2022), she is the author of Beyond Space: Cinematic Topologies of the Urban (2010), Moving Spaces: Spatial Configurations in Music Videos by Jonathan Glazer, Chris Cunningham, Mark Romanek, and Michel Gondry (2007) and Introduction to Media Cultural Studies (co-edited, 2005). Iva Glisic is a historian and art historian specialising in modern Russia and the Balkans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Communications
Laura A. Frahm, "Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus" (MIT Press, 2022)

New Books in Communications

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 95:10


Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus (MIT Press, 2022) provides the first comprehensive history of film experiments at the Bauhaus, the famous art school that operated between 1919 and 1933 and was located in Weimar, before moving to Dessau and later to Berlin. While the Bauhaus is commonly associated with the development of modern architecture and industrial design, Design in Motion focuses on film, and demonstrates how the cinematic medium became a proving ground for some of the school's most innovative work. Laura Frahm is John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Humanities at the Department of Art, Film, and Visual Studies at Harvard University. Frahm's work explores film and media through the lens of architecture, design, spatial theory, ecological thought, and process philosophy. In addition to her latest book Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus (2022), she is the author of Beyond Space: Cinematic Topologies of the Urban (2010), Moving Spaces: Spatial Configurations in Music Videos by Jonathan Glazer, Chris Cunningham, Mark Romanek, and Michel Gondry (2007) and Introduction to Media Cultural Studies (co-edited, 2005). Iva Glisic is a historian and art historian specialising in modern Russia and the Balkans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/communications

New Books in European Studies
Laura A. Frahm, "Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus" (MIT Press, 2022)

New Books in European Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 95:10


Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus (MIT Press, 2022) provides the first comprehensive history of film experiments at the Bauhaus, the famous art school that operated between 1919 and 1933 and was located in Weimar, before moving to Dessau and later to Berlin. While the Bauhaus is commonly associated with the development of modern architecture and industrial design, Design in Motion focuses on film, and demonstrates how the cinematic medium became a proving ground for some of the school's most innovative work. Laura Frahm is John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Humanities at the Department of Art, Film, and Visual Studies at Harvard University. Frahm's work explores film and media through the lens of architecture, design, spatial theory, ecological thought, and process philosophy. In addition to her latest book Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus (2022), she is the author of Beyond Space: Cinematic Topologies of the Urban (2010), Moving Spaces: Spatial Configurations in Music Videos by Jonathan Glazer, Chris Cunningham, Mark Romanek, and Michel Gondry (2007) and Introduction to Media Cultural Studies (co-edited, 2005). Iva Glisic is a historian and art historian specialising in modern Russia and the Balkans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/european-studies

The Worn & Wound Podcast
A Week in Watches Ep 21: Stylish Seikos and Chiming Speedmasters

The Worn & Wound Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 16:15


We're back from a little (very little) rest after Windup Watch Fair NYC 2022 for episode 21 of A Week in Watches! This episode contains three stories, eight watches, and one epic movement. We start with a look at the new indie-minded Massena Lab Magraph, then to a rare triple-collab by Rowing Blazers, Eric Wind, and Seiko 5. Lastly, we are summoned to Switzerland by the chiming of a new and incredible movement by Omega.If you enjoyed this episode, please like, rate, and subscribe! Thanks!About Vintage sponsored this week's episode. A Copenhagen, Denmark based brand, they recently launched the 1960 Racing Chronograph, which mixes style cues from classic cars and classic watches, with a Bauhaus sensibility. Check those out and more at AboutVintage.comTo stay on top of all new episodes, you can subscribe to The Worn & Wound Podcast — now available on all major platforms including iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Spotify, and more. You can also find our RSS feed here.And if you like what you hear, then don't forget to leave us a review on iTunes.If there's a question you want us to answer you can hit us up at info@wornandwound.com, and we'll put your question in the queue.

Debts No Honest Man Can Pay
Rocktober 2022 - Part 3: Goth / Shoegaze Double Feature

Debts No Honest Man Can Pay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 127:39


On this week's show, we... wrap up the scary old month of Rocktober with a Genreview Double Featue of goth & shoegaze spend quality time with the new Pixies record    spin fresh tracks from Bruce Springsteen, The Chills & Caroline Rose All this & much, much less!Debts No Honest Man Can Pay is over 2 rock-solid hours of musical eclectica & other noodle stories. The show started in 2003 at WHFR-FM (Dearborn, MI), moved to WGWG-FM (Boiling Springs, NC) in 2006 & Plaza Midwood Community Radio (Charlotte, NC) in 2012, with a brief pit-stop at WLFM-FM (Appleton, WI) in 2004.

Totally 80s
80's Halloween: A Monster Sized Episode With Elvira, Bright Light Bright Light & MNDR

Totally 80s

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 83:49 Very Popular


It's spooky season and we have a monster sized episode to celebrate the freaky era that was the 1980's! The decadent decade that brought us such Haunted Halloween jams like "Thriller," "Ghostbusters," "Bela Lugosi's Dead," "Dead Man's Party," and many more. Join Lyndsey Parker (Yahoo Entertainment Music Editor) and special guests the Mistress of the Dark herself, Elvira, musician, DJ, and humanitarian Bright Light Bright Light and electro-pop recording artist, record producer and songwriter MNDR as they discuss this eerie time of year and their fright night favorites.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Best Song Ever (This Week)
"Bela Lugosi's Dead" by Bauhaus

The Best Song Ever (This Week)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 5:30


For Halloween: "Bela Lugosi's Dead" is a spooky, sexy Goth Rock anthem, but Bauhaus's musical influences for the song are from some of the sunniest places imaginable. You can hear "Bela Lugosi's Dead" and other songs by Bauhaus here:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/24uT7mol9EpuFrQUpKgBw8?si=c671052e4df94cf3

The Danny Diess Show
Post Punk New Wave 10/27-11/2/22

The Danny Diess Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 104:24


This week on Post Punk New Wave is artist blocks by Altered Images, The Pretenders, and Siouxsie & The Banshees. Also featuring music by Fad Gadget, The Jam, Bauhaus, Christian Death, The Cure, Coil, Dead Or Alive, Eurythmics, Merciful Nuns, The Mission U.K and more.

Zig at the gig podcasts
Darwin Meiners Of The Night Crickets

Zig at the gig podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 50:00


Interview with Singer-songwriter Multi-instrumentalist Darwin Meiners! Night Crickets, a long-distance groove affair conducted during the drawn-out days of lockdown and beyond. Featuring David J, Victor DeLorenzo, and Darwin Meiners. Iconic and foundational bands in the history of alternative music certainly include Bauhaus, Love And Rockets, and Violent Femmes. San Francisco-born artist Darwin Meiners was a fan of all three. A chance meeting 13 years ago with David J (Bauhaus, Love & Rockets) grew into a friendship, and Darwin not only became a bandmate but David J's manager. After reaching out to Victor DeLorenzo through e-mail, Darwin met the Violent Femmes drummer after the Femmes' Coachella set in 2013. Soon after the three collaborated on Darwin's 2014 release Souvenir. As the pandemic took hold, Darwin was looking for a new project to occupy the lock-down time and approached Victor, who was keen to proceed and suggested that David join as well. The musical trust established between these three was immediate and Night Crickets were born. Within weeks a global process was initiated between them, the recordings eventually forming the album, A Free Society. To say this is something of a dream come true for music fans would be entirely accurate. (The band's name came from one of many Zoom meetings between the three members. After addressing various pressing musical issues the conversation rambled somewhat and turned to the subject of David Lynch, with David J telling an anecdote which was told to him by Lynch's sound designer, John Neff. Lynch had asked Neff to obtain a field recording of crickets chirping at night for inclusion in Mulholland Drive. When Neff played him the tape, the director immediately recognized the sound that the insects make when it is light which is apparently a little different to their nocturnal chirp. “No! No! No! These are day crickets, John! I want my night crickets!” Victor, Darwin, and David then shared a look of mutual realization and instantly agreed that the project now had a name!) In Night Crickets' own words: Night Crickets, a long distance groove affair conducted during the drawn out days of lockdown and beyond. Audio files shared from Los Angeles to Milwaukee, from London to the San Francisco Bay, and the ghosts of Candlestick Park shimmer through the fog, the Devil comes a-knocking on Peter Laughner's door and Amanda Gorman conjures forth words of inspiration for the dawn of the new millennium. David J, Victor DeLorenzo, and Darwin spearhead a loose collective of like-minded creative souls left stranded in their respective locales due to the great pandemic, yet through sheer tenacity and a burning desire to collaborate and create they transcend the restrictions of the times and pull together a glorious ‘gesamtkunstwerk' that draws from the past, the present and the imagined future. Hark! Night Crickets are chirping as the world is set on fire and the sun is going down. Night Crickets Info http://omnivorerecordings.com/shop/a-free-society/?fbclid=IwAR20Jsa93KV7Npoxfan53Mjd67ihiceYXEkESshe5I0SGiKhGAveeZJgM     Darwin's Info https://darwinmeiners.bandcamp.com http://www.darwinmeiners.com  

Playdate Podcast
Questy Chess

Playdate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 22:50


How Dadako founder Hawken King fused his interests in role-playing games and chess into a minimalist, atmospheric puzzle game, with help from artist Dan Clarke and musician-turned-sound designer Justin DiCenzo. As the sole surviving pawn from an outmoded chess program, trapped in an ominous machine, can you use an old rule set in new ways to stave off the oblivion of being overwritten?

FilmShake
Episode 53 - Night of the Demons 2 (1994)

FilmShake

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 90:56


Were you planning on going to the school dance this Halloween? That's lame! You should throw a party in a disgusting, abandoned morgue on the outskirts of town instead!...or you could listen to Filmshake. We're talking 1994's Night of the Demons 2, where some stupid, horny teenagers decide to throw a party in a disgusting, abandoned morgue on the outskirts of town instead of going to the school dance. We also talk the original 1988 Night of the Demons, where some stupid, horny teenagers throw a party in a disgusting, abandoned morgue on the outskirts of town instead of going to the school dance. For no apparent reason, Nic also recaps 1997's Night of the Demons 3, and 2009's Night of the Demons remake, where some stupid, horny teenagers throw a party in a disgusting, abandoned morgue on the outskirts of town instead of...There's also the episode-ending trivia battle, which may be more horrific than every Night of the Demons movie combined.Special thanks to patron, Doug McCambridge of Good Times Great Movies, for requesting we cover this movie.Music Heard this Episode: "Stigmata Martyr" -- Bauhaus"Rapture" -- Morbid Angel"Black No. 1 (Little Miss Scare - All)" -- Type O NegativeSupport the show

The Danny Diess Show
Post Punk New Wave 10/18-10/25/2022

The Danny Diess Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 100:43


This week on "Post Punk New Wave" is a focus on music from Altered Images, Ministry, cocteau Twins, Kim Wilde, Tears For Fears, Clock DVA, Duran Duran, Bauhaus, Joy Division, The Stone Roses, Kate Bush, Ultravox, Peter Murphy, Sisters Of Mercy, John Carpenter and more.

Zig at the gig podcasts
Victor DeLorenzo Of Violent Femmes & The Night Crickets

Zig at the gig podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 73:27


Interview with Victor DeLorenzo Of Violent Femmes & The Night Crickets DeLorenzo was born in 1954, the son of Victor and Charlotte DeLorenzo, grew up in Racine, Wisconsin, and has lived in Milwaukee since. He has been a drummer since the age of 16 while attending St. Catherine's High School (Racine, Wisconsin), and has been an actor since the age of five. While attending the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, he auditioned for and was accepted into Theatre X in 1976, and worked with them in various roles for more than 20 years.[ As a drummer, DeLorenzo paired up with bassist Brian Ritchie in 1980, as a rhythm section they called "Violent Femmes". When singer, guitarist, and songwriter Gordon Gano joined them in 1981, the band kept the name.[2] DeLorenzo's father loaned the band $10,000 to record their eponymous debut album in 1982. However, the band was forced to delay its release until 1983 after they signed to Slash Records. DeLorenzo's signature sound is a result of his minimalist drum kit. He often uses nothing more than a snare drum, a tranceaphone and steel brushes. The tranceaphone consists of a metal bushel basket inverted over a tom. He favors this style of kit because in their early days, the band often played on the streets. DeLorenzo continued to act with Theatre X, and record and tour with the Femmes until 1993, when he left to devote more time to acting and to recording his own music.He toured as part of Moe Tucker's band in that year. In 1996 he opened a recording studio called "Joe's Real Recording" He has released three solo records since 1990. In addition to recording his own music, he has played with several side projects, including Ash Can School. In 2000, he teamed up with Ritchie to put together a Femmes compilation, and subsequently rejoined the band until it disbanded again in 2009.In March 2013, Gano, Ritchie and DeLorenzo reformed Violent Femmes once more and played a homecoming show at the Summerfest music festival in their native Milwaukee. Three months later, in July, the band announced a new line-up with Dresden Dolls member Brian Viglione as the band's drummer. DeLorenzo confirmed in a statement that he had left the Femmes permanently because of a failure of the band members to resolve their long-standing business disputes. DeLorenzo performs percussion in the chamber rock duo Nineteen Thirteen with cellist Janet Schiff. Nineteen Thirteen's recording of "Hurricane Noel" was featured in the 2011 TED Global Conference. Night Crickets, a long-distance groove affair conducted during the drawn-out days of lockdown and beyond. Featuring David J, Victor DeLorenzo, and Darwin Meiners.   Iconic and foundational bands in the history of alternative music certainly include Bauhaus, Love And Rockets, and Violent Femmes. San Francisco born artist Darwin Meiners was a fan of all three. A chance meeting 13 years ago with David J (Bauhaus, Love & Rockets) grew into a friendship, and Darwin not only became a bandmate, but David J's manager. After reaching out to Victor DeLorenzo through e-mail, Darwin met the Violent Femmes drummer after the Femmes' Coachella set in 2013. Soon after the three collaborated on Darwin's 2014 release Souvenir. As the pandemic took hold, Darwin was looking for a new project to occupy the lock-down time and approached Victor, who was keen to proceed and suggested that David join as well. The musical trust established between these three was immediate and Night Crickets were born. Within weeks a global process was initiated between them, the recordings eventually forming the album, A Free Society. To say this is something of a dream come true for music fans would be entirely accurate. (The band's name came from one of many Zoom meetings between the three members. After addressing various pressing musical issues the conversation rambled somewhat and turned to the subject of David Lynch, with David J telling an anecdote which was told to him by Lynch's sound designer, John Neff. Lynch had asked Neff to obtain a field recording of crickets chirping at night for inclusion in Mulholland Drive. When Neff played him the tape, the director immediately recognized the sound that the insects make when it is light which is apparently a little different to their nocturnal chirp. “No! No! No! These are day crickets, John! I want my night crickets!” Victor, Darwin, and David then shared a look of mutual realization and instantly agreed that the project now had a name!) Night Crickets Info http://omnivorerecordings.com/shop/a-free-society/?fbclid=IwAR20Jsa93KV7Npoxfan53Mjd67ihiceYXEkESshe5I0SGiKhGAveeZJgMrk   Victor's Info https://victordelorenzo.weebly.com/vf-press-release.html