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LateMode 26-03-2023 Remember to Talk with Constança Saraiva( 1:0:16)       
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Giulia sits down with Constança Saraiva to explore the topic of remembering. Constança is a Portuguese visual artist, designer, researcher, and mother based in Rotterdam. She is also one of the founders of Conversas a self-organized series of informal meetings aimed at inspiring conversations. The chat traverses the medium of the conversation as well as the printed form. Constança shared her thoughts on the role of socially engaged art in collecting and archiving stories.
Published: 27/03/2023 12:00:00 p.m.
LateMode 19-03-2023 Café Con Artista Mestiza, Renata Mirón Granados( 0:59:7)       
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Chatting with Renata Mirón Granados over coffee, Marta asks her about her position as a Mexican artist, her work around the figure of the ‘mestiza’ and the Andean cosmologies that have for millennia been upholding alternative understandings of balance. Trading myths, books and storytelling stories Renata and Marta honour the wisdom of common friends and wonder about the stakes of the collective in our ideas of balance.
Published: 20/03/2023 10:45:00 a.m.
LateMode 12-03-2023 To Be or Not To Be Humble with Marius Houschyar( 0:59:27)       
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In this episode, Giulia meets up with Marius Houschyar Friedrich to discuss the many dimensions of humility. Marius is an artist, producer, filmmaker and graphic designer who explores the role of identity and truth through his various mediums. In their chat, Giulia and Marius discuss the relationship between necessary yet contradictory states: how do we reconcile our personal urge to create with the need for public recognition? How do we talk of noise and silence?
Published: 14/03/2023 2:00:00 p.m.
LateMode 05-03-2023 Learning from Trees Through Economy with Tobias Winkles( 0:42:0)       
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Grown in Germany and currently based in Prague, Tobi is fond of trees and other refuges of wilderness. As an arborist and tree-climber, he is currently focused on fostering habitat structures serving biodiversity in both natural and man-made landscapes. In their conversation, Tobi and Giulia explore different definitions of ‘economy’ whilst applying this broader concept to the moral implications of using nature as a role model.
Published: 6/03/2023 12:15:00 p.m.
LateMode 26-02-2023 Institutional Dissociation with Rosie Strickland( 0:40:22)       
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In this episode, Giulia sits down with Rosie Strickland to unravel the topic of dissociation. Rosie lives in London, where she is involved in various creative projects from Art Direction to Set Design. In their chat, Rosie reflects upon her resignation from GreenPeaceUK, while discussing the current state of environmental institutions and activism today.
Published: 27/02/2023 11:30:00 a.m.
LateMode 19-02-2023 Archiving Ontologies with Richard Weaver( 0:33:32)       
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In this episode about archives, curatorship and care, Marta and Richard Weaver have a chat about Richard’s experience as a digital curator and archivist at the Black Archives Amsterdam. How to build digital archives that reflect the ethos of one’s institution? And what do we even mean, when we speak of building archives?
Published: 20/02/2023 11:30:00 a.m.
LateMode 12-02-2023 Moving Through Empowerment with Noemi Bardas( 0:24:47)       
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Giulia visited ‘Vlaardingen Commons’, two streets that are the backdrop of a neighbourhood renovation project, realised by a self-organised community of people who work together with residents to revive the area. Giulia walked with Noemi Bardas, a facilitator in the community, to explain what is a self-organised community, how it relates to empowerment and how movement and dance can foster trust in ourselves and one another.
Published: 13/02/2023 10:30:00 a.m.
LateMode 05-02-2023 Finding Some Time with Lynn Shore( 0:33:26)       
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Chatting over the theme of time pressure, Marta and Lynn Shore hop around different themes connected to Lynn's practice as a herbology and biology teacher. Emerging as the star of this podcast episode, the ancient way of understanding nature's progression known as 'the wheel of the year' guides us through a more peaceful relationship with the seasons of our frantic activities. Considering hibernation, seasonal markers, food sovereignty and the political implications of urban foraging practices,
Published: 7/02/2023 11:00:00 a.m.
LateMode 29-01-2023 Caring for Heritage with David Grantsaan( 0:30:40)       
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In this third episode, Marta invites David Grantsaan to Late Mode for a talk about care, heritage and academia. Discussing the importance of understanding heritage as a thing of the present, Marta and David discuss important themes in present-day academia: to what extent is academic success dependent on our willingness to rely on our identities and heritage? How to strike a balance between the imperative to care for our heritage and the necessity to care, first, for ourselves?
Published: 30/01/2023 10:45:00 a.m.
LateMode 22-01-2023 Researching the Waves with Leva Gudaitytė( 0:50:45)       
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LateMode interviews Ieva Gudaitytė to discuss the subversive possibilities of radio, music and conversations. Ieva hosts a radio show called “Auditorijos” on a local community radio based in Vilnus. She will begin researching how community music radio can offer joyful strategies for civil disobedience and political participation in times of significant socio-political changes.
Published: 23/01/2023 11:15:00 a.m.
LateMode 15-01-2023 In Search of the Zeitgeist( 0:18:29)       
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Serving as a little introduction to the hopes and aims of LateMode, this first podcast episode introduces its hosts, research topics and stories of origin. With a big thank you to all the people who had us reflect on the themes of reality, creativity and lived experience, we inaugurate this podcast series with a short statement of intent.
Published: 17/01/2023 11:30:00 a.m.

Late Mode is a podcast in search of the ‘zeitgeist’. Critically engaging with the idea of 21st century ‘zeitgeist’, we embark on a journey across others’ lived experiences. In an effort to answer the question: what is now to others? LateMode asks its speakers to share with their audience the way they conceive of themselves and the experience of being human today. The idea that a single spirit of the age can be apt to describe a particular period of history is by now obsolete. As far as our understanding of reality goes, nonlinearity has become the keyword. Within a present characterized by the extreme fragmentation of time and lived experience, should we instead speak of multiple zeitgeists? Or rather just ditch the concept?

Host: Giulia Morlando

Produced By: Late Mode


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