Art Monthly Event

11-Nov-19
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Morgan Quaintance, Elisabetta Fabrizi & George Vasey

Presented by Alexandra Hull

Morgan Quaintance, Elisabetta Fabrizi & George Vasey analyse the problems with Kara Walker’s Turbine Hall commission at Tate Modern, discuss the BFI London Film Festival’s Experimenta strand and explore the coercive role of images as revealed in the work of video artist Imran Perretta.

>>Play Morgan Quaintance, Elisabetta Fabrizi & George Vasey

Art Monthly Event

29-Oct-19
The Producers Pt II at Newcastle University

Katerina Gregos & Mirjam Varinidis




Katerina Gregos, curator of the inaugural Riga Biennale, and Mirjam Varadinis, curator at Kunsthaus Zurich. Chaired by Alessandro Vincentelli, curator of exhibitions and research at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art.

Talk 9 of ‘The Producers Part II: New Positions on Curating’ devised by Uta Kögelsberger of Newcastle University and Chris McCormack of Art Monthly, with the generous support and input of staff at the Hatton Gallery, from the School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University and from Art Monthly.

Art Monthly Event

14-Oct-19
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Virginia Whiles, Sarah Jury & Jack Smurthwaite

Presented by Chris McCormack

Virginia Whiles, Sarah Jury and Jack Smurthwaite discuss the work of Pakistani-born video artist Bani Abidi, the need for safety protocols to protect participants in live art works known as larps (Live Action Role Plays), and Dave Beech’s book ‘Art and Postcapitalism – Aesthetic Labour, Automation and Value Production’.

>>Play Virginia Whiles, Sarah Jury & Jack Smurthwaite

Art Monthly Event

9-Sep-19
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Jonathan P Watts, Louisa Lee & Laura Harris

Presented by Matt Hale

Jonathan P Watts, Louisa Lee and Laura Harris discuss British art 1976–95, BANK, Jef Cornelis’s art documentaries, and pay & conditions in the art world.

>>Play Jonathan P Watts, Louisa Lee & Laura Harris

Art Monthly Event

8-Jul-19
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Giulia Smith, Erika Balsom, Vladimir Seput & Conal McStravick

Presented by Chris McCormack

Giulia Smith, Erika Balsom, Vladimir Seput & Conal McStravick discuss the ‘Civic Duty’ exhibition at Cell Project Space, Lis Rhodes’s exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen’s exhibition at Peltz Gallery, and queerness and gentrification.

>>Play Giulia Smith, Erika Balsom, Vladimir Seput & Conal McStravick

Art Monthly Event

10-Jun-19
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Tom Snow, Maja and Reuben Fowkes & Matthew Bowman

Presented by Mark Lewis

Tom Snow, Maja and Reuben Fowkes & Matthew Bowman discuss activism as art, the ‘Southern Constellations’ exhibition in Ljubljana and Cory Arcangel’s show at Firstsite in Colchester.

>>Play Tom Snow, Maja and Reuben Fowkes & Matthew Bowman

Art Monthly Event

13-May-19
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Adam Heardman, Adam Hines-Green & Lauren Houlton

Presented by Alexandra Hull

Adam Heardman, Adam Hines-Green & Lauren Houlton discuss Petra Bauer’s socially engaged art practice, Richard Billingham’s film ‘Ray & Liz’ and the ‘Workforce’ exhibition at NewBridge Project in Gateshead. Presented by Alexandra Hull.

>>Play Adam Heardman, Adam Hines-Green & Lauren Houlton

Art Monthly Event

30-Apr-19
The Producers Pt II at Newcastle University

Bassam El Baroni & Adam Szymczyk




Bassam El Baroni, assistant professor at Aalto University in Helsinki, and Adam Szymczyk, artistic director of Documenta 14.

Talk 8 of ‘The Producers Part II: New Positions on Curating’ devised by Uta Kögelsberger of Newcastle University and Chris McCormack of Art Monthly, with the generous support and input of staff at the Hatton Gallery, from the School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University and from Art Monthly.

Art Monthly Event

8-Apr-19
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Kathryn Lloyd, John Parton, Jamie Sutcliffe & George Vasey

Presented by Matt Hale

Kathryn Lloyd, John Parton, Jamie Sutcliffe and George Vasey discuss exhibitions by Laure Prouvost, Callum Hill and Reinhard Mucha as well as the ‘Is This Tomorrow?’ exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery.

>>Play Kathryn Lloyd, John Parton, Jamie Sutcliffe & George Vasey

Art Monthly Event

11-Mar-19
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Louise Ashcroft, Joseph Constable & Daniel Neofetou

Presented by Chris McCormack

Louise Ashcroft, Joseph Constable and Daniel Neofetou discuss collaborative models of artistic self-determination from alternative art schools to community interest companies, Ghislaine Leung’s exhibition at Chisenhale Gallery and Josephine Berry’s book Art and (Bare) Life: A Biopolitical Enquiry.

>>Play Louise Ashcroft, Joseph Constable & Daniel Neofetou

Art Monthly Event

26-Feb-19
The Producers Pt II at Newcastle University

Sarah McCrory & Fatos Ustek




Sarah McCrory, director of Goldsmiths CCA, and Fatos Ustek, director of DRAF.

Talk 7 of ‘The Producers Part II: New Positions on Curating’ devised by Uta Kögelsberger of Newcastle University and Chris McCormack of Art Monthly, with the generous support and input of staff at the Hatton Gallery, from the School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University and from Art Monthly.

Art Monthly Event

11-Feb-19
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Isobel Harbison, Andrew Hibbard, Dominic Johnson & Chris McCormack

Presented by Matt Hale

Isobel Harbison, Andrew Hibbard, Dominic Johnson and Chris McCormack discuss the work of Josephine Pryde, Ulay and David Raymond Conroy as well as art, activism and AIDS.

>>Play Isobel Harbison, Andrew Hibbard, Dominic Johnson & Chris McCormack

Art Monthly Event

9-Dec-18
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Larne Abse Gogarty, Lizzie Homersham, Morgan Quaintance & Jack Smurthwaite

Presented by Chris McCormack

Larne Abse Gogarty, Lizzie Homersham, Morgan Quaintance & Jack Smurthwaite discuss Flo Brooks’s show at Project Native Informant, the ‘Before Projection’ exhibition of video sculpture at SculptureCenter, the Bow Gamelan Ensemble presentation at Cooper Gallery and the writing of Mark Fisher.

>>Play Larne Abse Gogarty, Lizzie Homersham, Morgan Quaintance & Jack Smurthwaite

Art Monthly Event

12-Nov-18
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Alex Fletcher, George Vasey & Maria Walsh

Presented by Matt Hale

Alex Fletcher, George Vasey & Maria Walsh discuss the 12th edition of Manifesta, the roving European biennale, in Palermo, Sicily; the current art scene in Kampala, Uganda; and the work of video artist Lucy Beech.

>>Play Alex Fletcher, George Vasey & Maria Walsh

Art Monthly Event

30-Oct-18
The Producers Pt II at Newcastle University

Michelle Cotton & Woodrow Kernohan

Chaired by Neil Bromwich




Michelle Cotton, director of Bonner Kunstverein, and Woodrow Kernohan, director of John Hansard Gallery. Chaired by Neil Bromwich, senior lecturer in Fine Art at Newcastle University.

Talk 6 of ‘The Producers Part II: New Positions on Curating’ devised by Uta Kögelsberger of Newcastle University and Chris McCormack of Art Monthly, with the generous support and input of staff at the Hatton Gallery, from the School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University and from Art Monthly.

Art Monthly Event

9-Oct-18
The Producers Pt II at Newcastle University

Lisa Le Feuvre & James Lingwood

Chaired by Chris McCormack




Lisa Le Feuvre, inaugural executive director of the Holt-Smithson Foundation, and James Lingwood, co-director of Art Angel, discuss new positions on curating. Chaired by Chris McCormack, associate editor at Art Monthly.

Talk 5 of ‘The Producers Part II: New Positions on Curating’ devised by Uta Kögelsberger of Newcastle University and Chris McCormack of Art Monthly, with the generous support and input of staff at the Hatton Gallery, from the School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University and from Art Monthly.

Art Monthly Event

8-Oct-18
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Amy Budd, Sara Jaspan & Tom Snow

Presented by Chris McCormack

Amy Budd, Sara Jaspan & Tom Snow discuss the art scene in Rotterdam, the ICA workshop ‘On Cripping’ and Chad Elias’s book on contemporary art in post-civil war Lebanon.

>>Play Amy Budd, Sara Jaspan & Tom Snow

Art Monthly Event

10-Sep-18
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Vassilios Doupas, Andrew Hunt & Ellen Mara De Wachter

Presented by Matt Hale

Vassilios Doupas, Andrew Hunt and Ellen Mara De Wachter discuss contemporary art shows in Athens, different models of curating and the ‘Somewhere in Between’ exhibition at Bozar in Brussels.

>>Play Vassilios Doupas, Andrew Hunt & Ellen Mara De Wachter

Art Monthly Event

9-Jul-18
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Stephanie Schwartz, Giulia Smith & Dan Ward

Presented by Chris McCormack

Stephanie Schwartz, Giulia Smith and Dan Ward discuss the relationship between art and health, Martha Rosler and Hito Steyerl’s show in Basel, and Meriem Bennani’s show in Kingston.

>>Play Stephanie Schwartz, Giulia Smith & Dan Ward

Art Monthly Event

11-Jun-18
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Ashiya Eastwood, Daniel Neofetu & Maria Walsh

Presented by Matt Hale

Ashiya Eastwood, Daniel Neofetu and Maria Walsh discuss the promotion of Forensic Architecture within the art world and its implications for political art, Taryn Simon’s ‘An Occupation of Loss’ and the Groundwork programme of international art in Cornwall.

>>Play Ashiya Eastwood, Daniel Neofetu & Maria Walsh

Art Monthly Event

16-May-18
The Producers Pt II at Newcastle University

Martin Clark & Mason Leaver-Yap

Chaired by George Vasey




Martin Clark, director of Camden Arts Centre, and Mason Leaver-Yap, associated curator at Kunstwerke Berlin. Chaired by George Vasey, curator at Wellcome Collection.

Talk 4 of ‘The Producers Part II: New Positions on Curating’ devised by Uta Kögelsberger of Newcastle University and Chris McCormack of Art Monthly, with the generous support and input of staff at the Hatton Gallery, from the School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University and from Art Monthly.

Art Monthly Event

14-May-18
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Edward C Ball, Isobel Harbison & Taylor Le Melle

Presented by Chris McCormack

Isobel Harbison on the Joan Jonas survey exhibition at Tate Modern, Taylor Le Melle on Sophia Al-Maria’s show at Project Native Informant and Edward C Ball on the art scene in Paris, including the opening of the Rem Koolhaas-designed gallery, Lafayette Expectations.

>>Play Edward C Ball, Isobel Harbison & Taylor Le Melle

Art Monthly Event

8-May-18
The Producers Pt II at Newcastle University

Achim Borchardt-Hume & Paul Goodwin

Chaired by Laura Sillars




Achim Borchardt-Hume (director of exhibitions at Tate Modern) and Paul Goodwin (independent curator and urban theorist, UAL chair of contemporary art & urbanism and director of the Transnational Art, Identity and Nation Research Centre) discuss themes of conflict, recalcitrance and the ‘undercommons’. Chaired by Laura Sillars, director of MIMA.

Talk 3 of ‘The Producers Part II: New Positions on Curating’ devised by Uta Kögelsberger of Newcastle University and Chris McCormack of Art Monthly, with the generous support and input of staff at the Hatton Gallery, from the School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University and from Art Monthly.

Art Monthly Event

18-Apr-18
The Producers Pt II at Newcastle University

Chrissie Iles & Polly Staple

Chaired by Alistair Robinson




Chrissie Iles (Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz curator at Whitney Museum of America Art) and Polly Staple (director of Chisenhale Gallery) discuss the place of the institution as a site of change and practice. Chaired by Alistair Robinson, director of NGCA.

Talk 2 of ‘The Producers Part II: New Positions on Curating’ devised by Uta Kögelsberger of Newcastle University and Chris McCormack of Art Monthly, with the generous support and input of staff at the Hatton Gallery, from the School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University and from Art Monthly.

Art Monthly Event

9-Apr-18
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Dave Beech

Presented by Matt Hale

Dave Beech discusses the idea that the robot is to visions of the future what the genius was to the industrial age, and argues that current thinking devalues labour while simultaneously ushering in a new form of slavery.

>>Play Dave Beech

Art Monthly Event

11-Mar-18
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Amy Budd & Jennifer Thatcher

Presented by Chris McCormack

Jennifer Thatcher discusses the art world’s We Are Not Surprised anti-harassment movement in response to the wider post-Weinstein #MeToo campaign, and Amy Budd discusses the ‘No, No, No, No’ exhibition at Cell Projects. Presented by Chris McCormack.

>>Play Amy Budd & Jennifer Thatcher

Art Monthly Event

12-Feb-18
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Ashiya Eastwood, Kathryn Lloyd & Virginia Whiles

Presented by Matt Hale

Ashiya Eastwood explores TJ Demos’s book Against the Anthropocene, Kathryn Lloyd examines Sophie Jung’s performance-based art practice and Virginia Whiles discusses her interview with Rasheed Araeen.

>>Play Ashiya Eastwood, Kathryn Lloyd & Virginia Whiles

Art Monthly Event

30-Jan-18
The Producers Pt II at Newcastle University

Erika Balsom & Steven Bode

Chaired by Chris McCormack




Writer Erika Balsom discusses her book After Uniqueness: A History of Film and Video Art in Circulation and director of Film and Video Umbrella Steven Bode reflects on the changing landscape of moving-image production in the UK. Introduced by Uta Kögelsberger, senior lecturer at Newcastle University, and chaired by Chris McCormack, associate editor of Art Monthly.

Talk 1 of ‘The Producers Part II: New Positions on Curating’ devised by Uta Kögelsberger of Newcastle University and Chris McCormack of Art Monthly, with the generous support and input of staff at the Hatton Gallery, from the School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University and from Art Monthly.

Art Monthly Event

11-Dec-17
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Lizzie Homersham, Seth Pimlott & George Vasey

Presented by Chris McCormack

Lizzie Homersham on Hannah Black and her recent show at Chisenhale Gallery, Seth Pimlott on Erika Balsom’s book ‘After Uniqueness: A History of Film and Video Art in Circulation’ and George Vasey on David Dye’s exhibition at the Henry Moore Institute.

>>Play Lizzie Homersham, Seth Pimlott & George Vasey

Art Monthly Event

13-Nov-17
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Bob Dickinson, Giulia Smith & Virginia Whiles

Presented by Matt Hale

Bob Dickinson on art, life and the algorithm, Giulia Smith discusses the upsurge in art about sickness, and Virginia Whiles reports on Manchester's New North and South exhibition marking 70 years of independence for India and Pakistan.

>>Play Bob Dickinson, Giulia Smith & Virginia Whiles

Art Monthly Event

8-Oct-17
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Isobel Harbison, Richard Hylton & Maria Walsh

Presented by Chris McCormack

Isobel Harbison on the Gothenburg Biennial, Richard Hylton on the rise in thematic shows of black artists, and Maria Walsh on Leon Wainwright’s book ‘Phenomenal Difference: A Philosophy of Black British Art’.

>>Play Isobel Harbison, Richard Hylton & Maria Walsh

Art Monthly Event

11-Sep-17
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Lisa Le Feuvre

Presented by Matt Hale

Lisa Le Feuvre discusses the crisis in public sculpture highlighted by this year’s Münster Sculpture Project.

>>Play Lisa Le Feuvre

Art Monthly Event

10-Jul-17
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Sophia Phoca, Jamie Sutcliffe & Lauren Velvick

Presented by Chris McCormack

Sophia Phoca on Documenta, Jamie Sutcliffe on Jenna Sutela’s exhibition at Banner Repeater and Lauren Velvick on Marlie Mul’s project at Glasgow GoMA, ‘This exhibition is cancelled’.

>>Play Sophia Phoca, Jamie Sutcliffe & Lauren Velvick

Art Monthly Event

12-Jun-17
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Bob Dickinson & Chris Fite-Wassilak

Presented by Matt Hale

Bob Dickinson on crowdthinking and the political fallout from the rise of referendums, and Chris Fite-Wassilak on the music-themed exhibition Wagstaff’s at Mostyn in Llandudno and Martin Herbert's book of artist refuseniks ‘Tell Them I said No’.

>>Play Bob Dickinson & Chris Fite-Wassilak

Art Monthly Event

8-May-17
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Brian Hatton, Maria Walsh & Sophie J Williamson

Presented by Chris McCormack

Brian Hatton suggests that the loop in art predates its usage in film and video art theory; Maria Walsh takes a critical view of a slew of women’s art shows; Sophie J Williamson argues that cultural translation can both help and hinder understanding.

>>Play Brian Hatton, Maria Walsh & Sophie J Williamson

Art Monthly Event

10-Apr-17
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Paul O'Kane, Jamie Sutcliffe & Bryony White

Presented by Matt Hale

Paul O’Kane on the book ‘On Stage: The Theatrical Dimension of Video Image’, Jamie Sutcliffe on Tate’s screening of American experimental animation from the 1970s and 1980s, and Bryony White on the Performistanbul festival and the wider the wider Turkish art scene.

>>Play Paul O'Kane, Jamie Sutcliffe & Bryony White

Art Monthly Event

12-Mar-17
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Morgan Quaintance & Virginia Whiles

Presented by Matt Hale

Morgan Quaintance and Virginia Whiles discuss cults and collectivism, asking can artworks reveal the radical potential of self-reflection while avoiding the dangers of a slide to the far right?

>>Play Morgan Quaintance & Virginia Whiles

Art Monthly Event

13-Feb-17
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Tim Dixon, Andrew Hunt & Andrew J Stooke

Presented by Chris McCormack

Tim Dixon discusses art and accelerationism, Andrew Hunt proposes gonzo curating and Andrew J Stooke reports on the Shanghai Biennale.

>>Play Tim Dixon, Andrew Hunt & Andrew J Stooke

Art Monthly Event

12-Dec-16
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Mark Prince

Presented by Matt Hale

Mark Prince argues that abstract art has performed a 50-year volte-face.

>>Play Mark Prince

Art Monthly Event

14-Nov-16
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Bob Dickinson, David Lillington & Virginia Whiles

Presented by Patricia Bickers

Virginia Whiles discusses Suzanne Lacy’s collaborative performance at Brierfield Mill in Lancashire, Bob Dickinson wonders what the rise of art self-help books means, and David Lillington considers why death has become a fashionable subject in contemporary art and exhibitions.

>>Play Bob Dickinson, David Lillington & Virginia Whiles

Art Monthly Event

10-Oct-16
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Morgan Quaintance & Maria Walsh

Presented by Matt Hale

Morgan Quaintance wonders why there is not more politically engaged art in these turbulent times, while Maria Walsh posits the end of critique.

>>Play Morgan Quaintance & Maria Walsh

Art Monthly Event

11-Sep-16
Talk Show on Resonance FM

David Lillington, Kathryn Lloyd & Jamie Sutcliffe

Presented by Chris McCormack

David Lillington discusses an exhibition curated by artist Elizabeth Price at Whitworth Gallery in Manchester, Kathryn Lloyd discusses recent exhibitions in London at Pump House Gallery, Laure Genillard and the Barbican, and Jamie Sutcliffe discusses the work of artist Kitty Clark.

>>Play David Lillington, Kathryn Lloyd & Jamie Sutcliffe

Art Monthly Event

11-Jul-16
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Lizzie Homersham & Morgan Quaintance

Presented by Matt Hale

Lizzie Homersham tackles gendered issues surrounding ideas of empathy and autism, while Morgan Quaintance argues that that art’s relationship with private finance comes at a price.

>>Play Lizzie Homersham & Morgan Quaintance

Art Monthly Event

13-Jun-16
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Naomi Pearce, Adam Pugh & Jamie Sutcliffe

Presented by Chris McCormack

Naomi Pearce discusses the Martine Syms exhibition at the ICA; Adam Pugh reports on the Oberhausen Short Film Festival; Jamie Sutcliffe examines artists’ repurposing of video games to reveal the fantasy of freedom that virtual technologies offer.

>>Play Naomi Pearce, Adam Pugh & Jamie Sutcliffe

Art Monthly Event

9-May-16
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Peter Suchin & Virginia Whiles

Presented by Matt Hale

Virginia Whiles discusses her interview with Mona Hatoum and her report on the Dhaka Art Summit, and Peter Suchin discusses his reviews of the ‘Barthes/Burgin’ show and John Roberts’s latest book, as well as remembering the late Jon Thompson.

>>Play Peter Suchin & Virginia Whiles

Art Monthly Event

11-Apr-16
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Erika Balsom, Isobel Harbison & Sophia Phoca

Presented by Chris McCormack

Isobel Harbison discusses the Hot Babe theory of objectification, Erika Balsom recounts the north-east's socialism-oriented AV Festival and Sophia Phoca tackles James Coleman’s exhibition at Marian Goodman Gallery.

>>Play Erika Balsom, Isobel Harbison & Sophia Phoca

Art Monthly Event

14-Mar-16
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Kathryn Lloyd, Jamie Sutcliffe & Lynton Talbot

Presented by Matt Hale

Kathryn Lloyd on Iván Argote’s show at Space, Jamie Sutcliffe brings a worm’s eye view to art and the Chthulucene and Lynton Talbot discusses the Whitechapel Gallery’s ‘Electronic Superhighway (2016-1966)’ exhibition.

>>Play Kathryn Lloyd, Jamie Sutcliffe & Lynton Talbot

Art Monthly Event

8-Feb-16
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Chris Fite-Wassilak, Alex Fletcher & Maria Walsh

Presented by Chris McCormack

Maria Walsh discusses Adam Chodzko’s eco-art film Deep Above, Alex Fletcher reports from Raven Row’s exhibition ‘The Inoperative Community’ and Chris Fite-Wassilak examines Jessie Brennan and Nathan Coley’s artists’ books about art and regeneration.

>>Play Chris Fite-Wassilak, Alex Fletcher & Maria Walsh

Art Monthly Event

14-Dec-15
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Beth Bramich, Nathan Jones & Paul O’Kane

Presented by Matt Hale

Beth Bramich reports from ‘Art & Stupidity’, Nathan Jones makes sense from non-sense with glitch poetics and Paul O’Kane seeks orientation without maps.

>>Play Beth Bramich, Nathan Jones & Paul O’Kane

Art Monthly Event

9-Nov-15
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Jamie Sutcliffe, Lauren Velvick & Jonathan P Watts

Presented by Chris McCormack

Jonathan P Watts discusses art and the commodification of happiness, Lauren Velvick introduces the work of Jennet Thomas, and Jamie Sutcliffe examines Marcus Werner Hed and Nathaniel Mellors’s film The R&B Feeling about the life of Bob Parks.

>>Play Jamie Sutcliffe, Lauren Velvick & Jonathan P Watts

Art Monthly Event

16-Oct-15
Roadshow

The End(s) of Post-Internet Art

Richard Grayson, Morgan Quaintance & Maria Walsh chaired by Chris McCormack

Walsh returns to her feature ‘I Object’ to consider how artists such as Mark Leckey, Hito Steyerl and Ed Atkins are keen to dissolve their subjectivity in order to exist in a non-hierarchical network of things. Quaintance questions whether post-internet is an aesthetic that relinquishes criticality for a compliance with corporate and right-wing thinking, while Grayson asks what are the ‘ends of post-internet art’, analysing why the trend has become so popular.

Read the articles online:
I Object Maria Walsh on art and the new objecthood
Right Shift Morgan Quaintance on the end of post-internet art
Talkin’ ’bout their g-g-g-generation Richard Grayson on the ends of post-internet art

>>Play The End(s) of Post-Internet Art

Art Monthly Event

12-Oct-15
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Matthew Bowman, Chris Fite-Wassilak, Rob La Frenais & Mark Wilsher

Presented by Matt Hale

Matthew Bowman and Mark Wilsher discuss the latter’s ‘Everyone is an Curator’ show, Chris Fite-Wassilak introduces the social art of Jonathan Hoskins and Rob La Frenais reports on the Istanbul Bienali.

>>Play Matthew Bowman, Chris Fite-Wassilak, Rob La Frenais & Mark Wilsher

Art Monthly Event

14-Sep-15
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Larne Abse Gogarty, Richard Grayson & Alex Fletcher

Presented by Chris McCormack

Larne Abse Gogarty discusses the reinvention of documentary, Richard Grayson explores the ends of post-internet art and Alex Fletcher talks about the recent film work of Ben Rivers..

>>Play Larne Abse Gogarty, Richard Grayson & Alex Fletcher

Art Monthly Event

13-Jul-15
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Andrew Hunt & Paul O’Kane

Presented by Matt Hale

Andrew Hunt discusses the return of the exhibition itself to the heart of curatorial thinking while Paul O’Kane considers Robert Smithson’s legacy.

>>Play Andrew Hunt & Paul O’Kane

Art Monthly Event

8-Jun-15
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Patricia Bickers, Morgan Quaintance & Jamie Sutcliffe

Presented by Chris McCormack

Patricia Bickers discusses Okwui Enwezor’s Venice Biennale with host Chris McCormack, Morgan Quaintance argues that we are at the end of post-internet art and Jamie Sutcliffe reports on Katrina Palmer’s Artangel commission End Matter on the Isle of Portland in Dorset.

>>Play Patricia Bickers, Morgan Quaintance & Jamie Sutcliffe

Art Monthly Event

13-Apr-15
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Alex Fletcher, Larne Abse Gogarty & Virginia Whiles

Presented by Matt Hale

Larne Abse Gogarty asks how artists make a living, Alex Fletcher discusses Harun Farocki’s Labour in a Single Shot project and Virginia Whiles reports on the art scene in Lahore.

>>Play Alex Fletcher, Larne Abse Gogarty & Virginia Whiles

Art Monthly Event

9-Mar-15
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Lizzie Homersham, Cherry Smyth & Marina Vishmidt

Presented by Chris McCormack

Lizzie Homersham, Cherry Smyth and Marina Vishmidt discuss exhibitions by Sarah Sze and Rachel Reupke as well as the willingness of post-internet artists to embrace the art market and patrons that other artists choose to boycott

>>Play Lizzie Homersham, Cherry Smyth & Marina Vishmidt

Art Monthly Event

9-Feb-15
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Bob Dickinson & Peter Suchin

Presented by Matt Hale

Bob Dickinson on art and laughter, and Peter Suchin on Art & Language

>>Play Bob Dickinson & Peter Suchin

Art Monthly Event

12-Jan-15
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Paul O'Kane & Morgan Quaintance

Presented by Chris McCormack

Paul O’Kane and Morgan Quaintance question whether photography problematises judgement in art, and discuss the unique art scene of New Orleans.

>>Play Paul O'Kane & Morgan Quaintance

Art Monthly Event

8-Dec-14
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Peter Suchin

Presented by Matt Hale

Peter Suchin on the exhibition ‘Show Me the Money’ and the latest books from his round-up article ‘Transgressions and Transmissions’.

>>Play Peter Suchin

Art Monthly Event

12-Oct-14
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Dave Beech, Paul Carey-Kent & Andrew Hunt

Presented by Matt Hale

Dave Beech, Paul Carey-Kent and Andrew Hunt discuss art boycotts, antagonistic public art and the Folkestone Triennial.

>>Play Dave Beech, Paul Carey-Kent & Andrew Hunt

Art Monthly Event

17-Sep-14
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Bob Dickinson, Ajay Hothi & Nick Warner

Presented by Matt Hale

Bob Dickinson tackles the Liverpool Biennial and Nick Warner discusses London exhibitions while Ajay Hothi philosophises about art on the web.

>>Play Bob Dickinson, Ajay Hothi & Nick Warner

Art Monthly Event

14-Jul-14
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Omar Kholeif & Gilda Williams

Presented by Chris McCormack

Gilda Williams discusses how Andy Warhol went beyond Pop Art while Omar Kholeif is critical of Juan A Gaitán’s Berlin Biennale.

>>Play Omar Kholeif & Gilda Williams

Art Monthly Event

9-Jun-14
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Dave Beech & Colin Perry

Presented by Matt Hale

Dave Beech discusses what art schools should teach while Colin Perry examines Chris Marker's film work.

>>Play Dave Beech & Colin Perry

Art Monthly Event

12-May-14
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Daniel Miller, Paul O'Kane & Stephen Wilson

Presented by Chris McCormack

Daniel Miller, Paul O'Kane and Stephen Wilson on political art, Romanticism and Taipei.

>>Play Daniel Miller, Paul O'Kane & Stephen Wilson

Art Monthly Event

14-Apr-14
Talk Show on Resonance FM

John Douglas Millar, Morgan Quaintance & Virginia Whiles

Presented by Matt Hale

John Douglas Millar, Morgan Quaintance and Virginia Whiles discuss art writing, Cevdet Erek's sound art, David Joselit's recent book and new art from Iran and Iraq.

>>Play John Douglas Millar, Morgan Quaintance & Virginia Whiles

Art Monthly Event

10-Mar-14
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Chris Fite-Wassilak, Larne Abse Gogarty & Omar Kholeif

Presented by Chris McCormack

Chris Fite-Wassilak, Larne Abse Gogarty and Omar Kholeif on art, technology and labour.

>>Play Chris Fite-Wassilak, Larne Abse Gogarty & Omar Kholeif

Art Monthly Event

10-Feb-14
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Bob Dickinson

Presented by Matt Hale

Bob Dickinson on art’s relationship with unemployment, leftist politics and radical conservatism.

>>Play Bob Dickinson

Art Monthly Event

13-Jan-14
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Laura McLean-Ferris & Morgan Quaintance

Presented by Chris McCormack

Morgan Quaintance and Laura McLean-Ferris on Kara Walker at Camden Art Centre, Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave and the Lyon Biennale.

>>Play Laura McLean-Ferris & Morgan Quaintance

Art Monthly Event

9-Dec-13
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Paul O’Kane

Presented by Matt Hale

Paul O’Kane on the rhetoric of transparency in an age of self-surveilling social media.

>>Play Paul O’Kane

Art Monthly Event

11-Nov-13
Talk Show on Resonance FM

George Vasey & Maria Walsh

Presented by Matt Hale

George Vasey and Maria Walsh discuss feminist self-portraiture as well as art and the new objecthood.

>>Play George Vasey & Maria Walsh

Art Monthly Event

14-Oct-13
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Dave Beech & Morgan Quaintance

Presented by Matt Hale

Morgan Quaintance and Dave Beech discuss post-racialism plus art as economic anomaly.

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Art Monthly Event

9-Sep-13
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Dean Kenning, Margareta Kern & Sophie J Williamson

Presented by Chris McCormack

Dean Kenning, Margareta Kern and Sophie J Williamson discuss art’s collusion with unquestioned capital.

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Art Monthly Event

12-Aug-13
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Patricia Bickers, Daniella Rose King & Chris McCormack

Presented by Matt Hale

Patricia Bickers, Daniella Rose King and Chris McCormack discuss the real lines dividing art’s insiders and outsiders, with reference to the Venice Biennale exhibition ‘The Encyclopedic Palace’ and the Hayward Gallery’s ‘The Alternative Guide to the Universe’.

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Art Monthly Event

12-Jul-13
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Christopher Townsend

Presented by Matt Hale

Christopher Townsend on the legacy of the Pictures Generation and MTV.

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Art Monthly Event

10-Jun-13
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Bob Dickinson, Jennifer Thatcher & George Vasey

Presented by Matt Hale

Bob Dickinson, Jennifer Thatcher and George Vasey discuss feminism and inequality in the art world, and also turn their attention to recent exhibitions in London and Manchester.

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Art Monthly Event

13-May-13
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Felicity Allen, David Barrett, Dave Beech & Patricia Bickers

Presented by Matt Hale

Felicity Allen, David Barrett, Dave Beech and Patricia Bickers discuss art education: the agenda behind funding cuts, the tension between creativity and bureaucracy, and the disruption of the higher education market.

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Art Monthly Event

8-Apr-13
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Reuben Fowkes, Mark Harris & Paul O’Kane

Presented by Matt Hale

Reuben Fowkes discusses the return of the East European; Paul O’Kane ponders art and being in an age of technocapitalism; and Mark Harris reflects on Duchamp et al at the Barbican.

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Art Monthly Event

8-Mar-13
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Sophie J Williamson

Presented by Matt Hale

Sophie J Williamson discusses the use of viral images within grassroots popular protests, with particular reference to the case of Khaled Mohamed Saeed, whose death in 2010 sparked the Egyptian revolution.

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Art Monthly Event

8-Feb-13
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Omar Kholeif & Morgan Quaintance

Presented by Matt Hale

Omar Kholeif and Morgan Quaintance discuss the culture of online curating and the phenomenon of virtual lives.

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Art Monthly Event

11-Jan-13
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Christopher Townsend, Kate Villevoye & John Lowe

Presented by Matt Hale

Christopher Townsend, Kate Villevoye and John Lowe reflect upon the work of filmmaker Jonas Mekas, who celebrated his 90th birthday in December 2012 while exhibiting four retrospective exhibitions around the world. Mekas is interviewed in the February 2013 issue Art Monthly.

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Art Monthly Event

14-Dec-12
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Michael Hampton & Ajay Hothi

Presented by Matt Hale

Michael Hampton and Ajay Hothi discuss recent exhibitions that have presented art in pastoral settings and the influential 1960s magazine-in-a-box, Aspen.

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Art Monthly Event

9-Nov-12
Talk Show on Resonance FM

John Douglas Millar & Colin Perry

Presented by Matt Hale

John Douglas Millar examines the literary form Conceptual Writing and its connection with visual art, while Colin Perry considers recent exhibitions that raise questions about art and its benefactors.

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Art Monthly Event

12-Oct-12
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Paul O’Kane & Sophie J Williamson

Presented by Matt Hale

Paul O’Kane discusses the act of making in the process of producing art and Sophie J Williamson argues that contemporary artists such as Christoph Schlingensief and Ai Weiwei tap into the spirit of the ancient Greek Cynics for political protest.

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Art Monthly Event

14-Sep-12
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Jennifer Thatcher & Morgan Quaintance

Presented by Matt Hale

Jennifer Thatcher and Morgan Quaintance discuss Tino Sehgal's work for Tate Modern's Turbine Hall and Claire Bishop's book on relational aesthetics.

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Art Monthly Event

10-Aug-12
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Nick Warner & Chris Fite-Wassilak

Presented by Matt Hale

Nick Warner and Chris Fite-Wassilak discuss recent exhibitions in London and Norwich including a collaborative gallery exhibition between two net artists who have not met each other in person.

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Art Monthly Event

13-Jul-12
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Cherry Smyth & Maria Walsh

Presented by Matt Hale

Maria Walsh discusses Jo Spence’s photography and Emily Roysdon’s online performance for Tate Modern, Cherry Smyth discusses Nancy Holt's earthworks and Mikhail Karikis’s film installation at Wapping Project.

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Art Monthly Event

8-Jun-12
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Sophie J Williamson, Peter Suchin & Morgan Quaintance

Presented by Matt Hale

Sophie J Williamson discusses curating beauty after Gustave Flaubert, Peter Suchin on the collected writings of artist-educator Jon Thompson and Morgan Quaintance defends the term ‘practice’.

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Art Monthly Event

11-May-12
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Paul O’Kane & Omar Kholeif

Presented by Matt Hale

Paul O’Kane discusses the artwork as object in a world of immaterial labour and Omar Kholeif tracks the influences of Kraftwerk.

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Art Monthly Event

13-Apr-12
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Christopher Townsend

Presented by Matt Hale

Christopher Townsend discusses the physicality of drawing; even the most apparently hands-off of artists are drawn to reveal their corporeality through the medium – albeit at one remove.

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Art Monthly Event

9-Mar-12
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Morgan Quaintance

Presented by Matt Hale

Morgan Quaintance makes the case for imaginative engagement as a form of participation, arguing that discussion around particpatory art has missed this important category of engagement: artwork that purposefully cues up and then directs the individual viewer’s imagination.

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Art Monthly Event

10-Feb-12
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Omar Kholeif & Paul O’Kane

Presented by Matt Hale

Omar Kholeif discusses western appropriation of art from the Arab world and Paul O’Kane redefines outsider art in an attempt decontextualise art as existing inside an ‘art world’.

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Art Monthly Event

13-Jan-12
Talk Show on Resonance FM

John Douglas Millar

Presented by Matt Hale

John Douglas Millar discusses the Gerhard Richter exhibition at Tate Modern: ‘As this exhibition well demonstrates, Richter’s work contains a dual critique that acts as a painterly plague on both houses of the Cold War divide. There is the desire, on the one hand, to suspend and/or indict ideological thinking, coupled with the will to mourn its effects on his country and his people.’

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Art Monthly Event

9-Dec-11
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Colin Perry

Presented by Matt Hale

Colin Perry discusses the vexed relationship between art and TV – where are the activist video artists?

Correction: Artworks by David Hall are misattributed to Tony Hill in this broadcast.

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Art Monthly Event

11-Nov-11
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Mark Prince

Presented by Matt Hale

Mark Prince discusses the resistance of objects in relation to his article on sculpture ‘The Made v The Readymade’.

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Art Monthly Event

14-Oct-11
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Laura McLean-Ferris & Morgan Quaintance

Presented by Matt Hale

Laura McLean-Ferris discusses her essay on dissolution of the body in the internet age, and Morgan Quaintance follows up on his review of the book Digital and Other Virtualities.

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Art Monthly Event

12-Sep-11
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Christopher Townsend

Presented by Matt Hale

Christopher Townsend discusses how mid-century British modernism has become inaccessible to contemporary viewers since it can now only be viewed through contemporary culture's mythologising of late capitalism.

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Art Monthly Event

9-Sep-11
Talk Show on Resonance FM

John Douglas Millar & Peter Suchin

Presented by Matt Hale

John Douglas Millar on why experimental writing thrives in the art world, and Peter Suchin on Focal Point Gallery's 'Tarot' exhibition.

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Art Monthly Event

8-Jul-11
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Bob Dickinson & Paul O’Kane

Presented by Matt Hale

Bob Dickinson reports on the nuclear-bunker-based Time Machine Biennial in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Paul O’Kane discusses Gillian Whiteley’s book on assemblage, Junk: Art and the Politics of Trash.

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Art Monthly Event

10-Jun-11
Talk Show on Resonance FM

Stephanie Schwartz

Presented by Matt Hale

Stephanie Schwartz discusses her feature article ‘Photography as Work’, which questions the utopian potential of digital photography, with reference to the Jorge Ribalta-curated exhibition ‘A Hard, Merciless Light: The Worker-Photography Movement 1926-1939’ at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid.

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