Ιn this episode of The Archipelago, Legacy Russell elaborates on the ideas expressed in the pages of “Glitch Feminism,” including the racialized construction of gender and the real life/digital world dichotomy, and provides a glimpse into her upcoming book “Black Meme.” Legacy Russell is a writer, artist and curator at the Studio Museum in Harlem. In her 2020 book “Glitch Feminism: A Manifesto,” she proposes a practice that transcends categories of gender, race, and identity, negating their predetermined functions in the intersection of the digital and the physical.
Saba Alizadeh, “Ladan Dead End (Kamancheh Version)”
Lauren Bousfield, “Birds Falling Out of the Sky”
Holly Herndon, “Eternal”
What is The Archipelago?
A 60-minute talk show featuring theorists, artists and writers contemplating on the cultural moment. The Archipelago follows ideas that erupt from the abyss of human activity, diverse and divergent at first, before congealing into a new pensive framework. A podcast series as an archive of differing viewpoints, blending together into an imaginary production of the future.
Hosted by Yannis-Orestis Papadimitriou