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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer | AppleTV

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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer Von Ein- und Aufteilungen, Deutungshoheiten, der Sicht- und Unsichtbarkeit von Sujets, dem kuratorischen Zentrum und der gestalterischen Peripherie. Von den Wunderkammern gestern und heute und der Bemühung eines Abbilds dessen, was die Welt im Innersten zusammenhält. Haltungen von KuratorInnen aus dem Bereich Museum, Privatsammlern, Gestaltern und der Theorie.
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EXPO – quality versus quantity – the visual overkill | AppleTV

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Bigger, higher, farther. From the medial arms race of national fairs, bold recollection and sustained sujets. Protagonists impart insights on the creative processes of the past world exhibitions in Zaragoza and Shanghai, as well as present prospects of the concept of the Milano Expo 2015 and discuss new trends and innovative concepts.
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Acclaimed poets Jericho Brown and Brionne Janae join forces with “rogue scholar” Aífe Murray for a podcast that celebrates what works and breaks down what doesn’t in this award-winning and popular series. They interrogate what's historically and emotionally true in each episode of Dickinson -- and always bring it back to the poems that continue to intrigue, attract, and inspire.
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THE MAKING OF SPACE – caught in translation | AppleTV

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THE MAKING OF SPACE – caught in translation Spotlight on processes of creation, work philosophies, stances on design and experiences with the dynamics of failure and success. Young as well as experienced designers give account of their insights, revelations, trails, concepts and recipes, of the reality of creation, the transition and translation of content into space, of experiences, injuries, vanities and Babylonian circumstances between clients and designers.
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Dickinson Season One ends with a funeral, a wedding, and another Funeral, in Emily’s brain. Is Emily subconsciously guilty about her relationship with Sue? Was Mrs. Dickinson a lush? Did George Gould really go for gold? And why are season finales so difficult? Plus, new poems from our cohosts — and the Dickinson verse that launched #emisueforevermo…
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In the finale of Dickinson, Season One, Emily gives Sue a poem so small she has to use a magnifying glass to read it. On this bonus episode, Jericho, Breezy and Aife explore Emily Dickinson's radical experimentation with what we'd now call "mixed media" — using the skills of women's work the AppleTV+ series portrays her as not possessing. +++ That …
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A solar eclipse darkens the skies over Amherst. Is it a miracle of God's creation? A disturbing omen? Or just a great place to take a date? In the series' most emotionally wrenching episode so far, Emily grapples with all these possibilities — and ends up begging Death to let Ben live. Breezy, Jericho, and Aífe, joined by special guest and two-time…
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It's Christmas Eve at the Dickinsons, and they've got visitors, including bestselling author Louisa May Alcott (on a runner's high) and just-returned-from-Spain Aunt Lavinia (experiencing widow's euphoria). Conspicuously absent (though perhaps not missed) is Edward Dickinson, who heads off to DC — but not without leaving a double-edged gift for Emi…
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On Friday, we release bonus material that takes you deeper into the world of Emily Dickinson, and the work of our guest poets. This week Evie Shockley talks about the complexities of Zora Neale Hurston's legacy — and how Black women writers have found meanings and possibilities in Emily Dickinson's poetry far beyond what Dickinson might have had in…
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It’s Election Day, and Rep. Edward Dickinson is showing his true colors, culminating in a literal blow to Emily. Was Edward Dickinson dead set against his daughter becoming a poet? Can his refusal to embrace abolitionism be traced to the fact that both his and his wife's family fortunes depended on enslaved labor? And if her family hadn't profited …
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Death was a constant presence in 19th century America, including Emily Dickinson's Amherst. But if you were poor, Black, or indigenous — or all three — the risk of death from illness and overwork was much greater. As our rogue scholar Aífe Murray describes in this bonus conversation, the prominent citizens of Amherst, including Emily's father Edwar…
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Emily feigns mortal illness so her family will leave her alone in her room to write. Sue, who's already suffered so much loss, hurries back from Boston to visit what she thinks is her friend and lover's deathbed, only to find it's a hoax. And to make it worse, Emily chooses this moment to tell Sue she should marry Austin, her possessiveness apparen…
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In this special episode, cohost Jericho Brown is in conversation with Alena Smith, creator and show runner of AppleTV+'s Dickinson. They go inside the making of the show, and why Emily Dickinson's life and poems continue to inspire. +++ Poems in this episode: You cannot put a fire out by Emily Dickinson The Soul selects her own Society by Emily Dic…
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For Election Day, we're sharing a bit of our recent conversation with poet and scholar Evie Shockley, who shares her poem women's voting rights at 100 (but who's counting?) and talks with Jericho Brown about why, in spite of our democracy's shortcomings and outrages and betrayals, we vote.+++Featured in this episode:Evie Shockley: women's voting ri…
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On Fridays, we bring you bonus material that takes you deeper into the work of our poets, and the world of Emily Dickinson. This week, Jericho asks about the Dickinson men and the Civil War, and Aife reveals the fascinating (and when you look straight at them, shocking) details of Austin Dickinson's absolutely legal evasion of the draft. --- Send i…
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Every Friday, we release bonus material that takes you deeper into the world of Emily Dickinson, and the work of our poets. This week, our Rogue Scholar Aife Murray asks Jericho Brown, Brionne Janae, and special guest Malcolm Tariq about where they first found their voice. And all three recounted experiences from the Black churches of their childho…
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There are rumors there's a fugitive slave in Amherst, which means the the threat of the slavecatcher hangs over all Black people in the town, including the Dickinsons' hired hand Henry. So how does Emily respond? By encouraging Henry to play Othello in her Shakespeare Club's latest production! George, having been rebuffed by Emily, decides to take …
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Every Friday, we release bonus material that takes you deeper into the world of Emily Dickinson, and the work of our guest poets.In Season 1, Episode 4 of Dickinson, Emily has a disappointing encounter with one of her literary heroes, Henry David Thoreau. In this bonus episode, Jericho, Breezy and US Poet Laureate Ada Limón reflect on poets (Caroly…
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Emily's father scoffs at her objection to cutting down an old tree to make way for the railroad, sending her (and suitor George) on a pilgrimage to to see Henry David Thoreau, a visit that ends in disappointment. Should we be disappointed in the portrayal of Thoreau? Why does Emily's sister Lavinia play at being an Indian? Who are the real indigeno…
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Every Friday, we release bonus material that takes you deeper into the world of Emily Dickinson, and the work of our guest poets. This week, Danez Smith talks with Breezy and Jericho about why the title on the cover of their latest book (Homie) is not its real title, and what that has to do with language, access, and who you're writing for. And in …
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A party jumps off at the Dickinsons, and raises lots of questions: Were they taking opium in 19th century Massachusetts? How did the son of a samurai end up there? What's with the colorblind twerking? And why doesn't anybody seem to understand Sue? Plus, the perils of poetry about Black death in a world of white readers. Breezy, Jericho, and Aife, …
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Every Friday, we release bonus material that takes you deeper into the work of our guest poets, and the world of Emily Dickinson. The story of Angeline Palmer reveals how tenuous freedom was for Black people, even in the Yankee North -- and how the Dickinsons weren't exactly reliable allies. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.c…
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What do we know about the reality of domestic servants in the Dickinson household, and about Maggie in particular? How was cross-dressing different when the emotional worlds of men and women were sharply separated? And as Emily erupts, sexually and poetically, Jericho asks: Where was queer TV like this when I needed it? Breezy, Jericho, and Aife, j…
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Emily and Sue share a rain-soaked kiss -- what's the historical truth of their queer relationship? How can Emily not realize her father will flip out about her publishing her poems? Why do the first lines from a Black character come from Wiz Khalifa as Death? And how to react to a privileged young white woman who says "I'm a slave"? Jericho, Breezy…
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THE MAKING OF SPACE – caught in translation Spotlight on processes of creation, work philosophies, stances on design and experiences with the dynamics of failure and success. Young as well as experienced designers give account of their insights, revelations, trails, concepts and recipes, of the reality of creation, the transition and translation of…
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THE MAKING OF SPACE – caught in translation Spotlight on processes of creation, work philosophies, stances on design and experiences with the dynamics of failure and success. Young as well as experienced designers give account of their insights, revelations, trails, concepts and recipes, of the reality of creation, the transition and translation of…
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THE MAKING OF SPACE – caught in translation Spotlight on processes of creation, work philosophies, stances on design and experiences with the dynamics of failure and success. Young as well as experienced designers give account of their insights, revelations, trails, concepts and recipes, of the reality of creation, the transition and translation of…
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THE MAKING OF SPACE – caught in translation Spotlight on processes of creation, work philosophies, stances on design and experiences with the dynamics of failure and success. Young as well as experienced designers give account of their insights, revelations, trails, concepts and recipes, of the reality of creation, the transition and translation of…
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THE MAKING OF SPACE – caught in translation Spotlight on processes of creation, work philosophies, stances on design and experiences with the dynamics of failure and success. Young as well as experienced designers give account of their insights, revelations, trails, concepts and recipes, of the reality of creation, the transition and translation of…
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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer Von Ein- und Aufteilungen, Deutungshoheiten, der Sicht- und Unsichtbarkeit von Sujets, dem kuratorischen Zentrum und der gestalterischen Peripherie. Von den Wunderkammern gestern und heute und der Bemühung eines Abbilds dessen, was die Welt im Innersten zusammenhält. Haltungen von KuratorInnen aus dem Bereich Museum, Priv…
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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer Von Ein- und Aufteilungen, Deutungshoheiten, der Sicht- und Unsichtbarkeit von Sujets, dem kuratorischen Zentrum und der gestalterischen Peripherie. Von den Wunderkammern gestern und heute und der Bemühung eines Abbilds dessen, was die Welt im Innersten zusammenhält. Haltungen von KuratorInnen aus dem Bereich Museum, Priv…
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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer Von Ein- und Aufteilungen, Deutungshoheiten, der Sicht- und Unsichtbarkeit von Sujets, dem kuratorischen Zentrum und der gestalterischen Peripherie. Von den Wunderkammern gestern und heute und der Bemühung eines Abbilds dessen, was die Welt im Innersten zusammenhält. Haltungen von KuratorInnen aus dem Bereich Museum, Priv…
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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer Von Ein- und Aufteilungen, Deutungshoheiten, der Sicht- und Unsichtbarkeit von Sujets, dem kuratorischen Zentrum und der gestalterischen Peripherie. Von den Wunderkammern gestern und heute und der Bemühung eines Abbilds dessen, was die Welt im Innersten zusammenhält. Haltungen von KuratorInnen aus dem Bereich Museum, Priv…
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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer Von Ein- und Aufteilungen, Deutungshoheiten, der Sicht- und Unsichtbarkeit von Sujets, dem kuratorischen Zentrum und der gestalterischen Peripherie. Von den Wunderkammern gestern und heute und der Bemühung eines Abbilds dessen, was die Welt im Innersten zusammenhält. Haltungen von KuratorInnen aus dem Bereich Museum, Priv…
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