Send and Receive: Maia Urstad and Anton Kats (MAKU)
Artists Maia Urstad and Anton Kats share their collaborative project MAKU, and how they explore different ways of working with radio as tools for communication, programming and listening. They'll reflect on their research into radio practices in Brighton, including youth-led radio station Platform B, the Mid-Sussex Amateur Radio Society and Patrick Murphy of the Blind Veterans UK Amateur Radio Society.
Light+ Who's doing the washing up? is a series of podcasts documenting Curator in Residence Eva Rowson’s six month programme (January – July 2019) ‘Who’s doing the washing up – where’s the sink?’ exploring the role of hospitality at Lighthouse.
Music for the podcast series is taken from a collection of new arrangements composed and recorded by artist Aliyah Hussain, made when working on her forthcoming EP (Bloxham Tapes), based on the science fiction novel Native Tongue by Suzette Haden Elgin.
Produced by Olivia Melkonian and Nats Spada of Brighton-based not-for-profit next generation broadcaster Platform B.
For more info about the Light+ Podcast, visit our website: http://www.lighthouse.org.uk/programme/light-podcast
Lighthouse is a Brighton-based arts charity that specialises in connecting new developments in art, technology and society. The Light+ podcasts introduce extra voices, opinions and perspectives to enable deeper understanding and exploration of our programme. Find out more: lighthouse.org.uk
Part of Re-Imagine Europe, co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.