Thomas Beard, of Light Industry, joins us to talk about his show at The Gladstone Gallery, "The Unfinished Film." The exhibition focused on the footage and artifacts left over from unfinished movies. We discuss how to approach an incomplete film and how to look at unfinished art.
An interview with Joseph "Jazz" Hayden, a community organizer in Harlem who says his weapon charges were bogus and in retaliation for his coverage of NYPD's Stop and Frisk program. The weapon charges have since been reduced.
A phone interview with artist Carolee Schneemann on the occasion of her reading at the Poetry Project. The reading including selections of her past correspondence with friends and colleagues and the discussion ranges from her conception of political art to a general view of her artistic practice.
In this month's collaboration with The Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict, and Complexity (AC4), conversation between Professor Peter Coleman and Shahar Sadeh, a visiting Israeli scholar, in collaboration with the Advanced Consortium on Conflict, Cooperation, and Complexity at the Earth Institute. Sadeh spoke of her work with nature parks in the Middle East as a path towards peace, mostly between Israel and Jordan.
Still Weavens performing a live set on Offbeat. The first few minutes of the set are missing.
For more of Still Weavens' music visit http://stillweavens.bandcamp.com/
1. EriK B. & Rakim - Move The Crowd (Paid In Full)
2. weirddough - Diamonds
3. Ab - Kiss Yah [prod. by Black Milk] (Student of My Dream)
4. De La Soul - Wonce Again Long Island (Stakes Is High)
5. Bennetrhodes - Share In Love (Sun Ya)
6. J Dilla - Track 35 (3 Beat Tapes: Tape 1)
7. Still Weavens - We Came To Break Knecks