Our 12.01.2011 and 12.08.2011 programs featured audio from the short films of Rob Parrish [a four time Rosebud Film Festival winner] via his website Next To Heaven. He combines found public domain footage elaborately edited with original A/V material creating surreal weekly short films.
The program will combine the Creative Commons music of Christian Doil, Implicit Order, Kirill Platonkin, Mystified and Saluki Regicide with Parrish’s work. If you enjoy the audio, you will certainly want to see more.
Listening options: HERE
Parts 1 & 2 will be archived here shortly.
The [07.26.2011] program featured guest Jonathan Jindra who discussed his diverse, simultaneous local projects including: Binarium Sound Series, an upcoming Trills album, Binarium TV airing on the Urban Houston Network, a collaboration with Greek musician Konstantinos Kouzas and more…
Photos from the live music set with Jonathan Jindra and Denis Cisneros: HERE
An archived interview will be available this week.
The program had current work from local and international artists and featured an interview with local film maker Travis Kerschen* on the show to discuss his latest film, Tantrika. The Houston premiere is this Friday, 05/27 8PM at the Rice Media Center. [Free]
*Archived interview with Travis Kerschen at KPFT and Rice Media Center available shortly…
Gittoes shares his views on art, activism, war, media, international conflicts, multiculturalism and creative solutions.
The [04.26.2011] interview recorded at Station Museum in downtown Houston following the opening night of his solo exhibit, “Witness to War” featuring paintings, photographic, multimedia and film work.
The Australian born artist has traveled to many places for his projects, including: Nicaragua, Somalia, Lebanon, Gaza, Cambodia, Laos, Mozambique, South Africa, Congo, Rwanda, Yemen, Bosnia, Northern Ireland, Russia, Europe, UK, Philippines, China, Taiwan, Tibet, Timor, Pakistan and Afghanistan — often during times of conflict and social upheaval. He is currently an independent filmmaker based in Jalalabad, Afghanistan and the Peshawar region of Pakistan.
This week’s program had current work from local and international artists and featured an interview with George Gittoes during the last hour of the show. Click the photo above for more info on his current projects.