Episode 9: Art and Social Change – Occupy Art Lab, Occupy Updates

Posted: June 28, 2012 in Uncategorized
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You can listen to this episode on Archive.org here and you can also download an MP3 file (88MB) for the episode from that link. Alternatively, you can listen to/download a 33MB version here.

In this episode, we cover the event Occupy Art Lab. We bring you music from Spoken Zeks and 1000 Eyes, as well as stand-up comedy from Shayne Hunter. We also discuss Phil Airey’s documentary ‘Soldier: An Occupy Story’ and interview artist and activist Carl Scrase about Occupy Art Lab and Occupy Melbourne. Before this, we discuss punk rock music, Jeffery Lewis’s covers of Crass songs, Against Me! singer comes out as transgender, and art for the environment and animal rights. To finish things off, we cover Bradley Manning’s human rights award, the AS tragedy, The Dictator, and finally we discuss Adbusters, Occupy Sydney and Occupy Invercargill.

Book Recommendation:

Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology by David Graeber

Clips:

The Good Life ‘Entertainer’, Propagandhi ‘Nailing Descartes to the Wall/(Liquid) Meat is Still Murder’, Crass ‘Punk is Dead’, Jeffery LewisInterview’ and ‘Big A, Little A’, Against Me! ‘The Ocean’, Spoken Zeks, Shayne Hunter, 1000 EyesOccupy’, Austin Powers, Peep Show (series 7, episode 2), Katie’s interview on dairy, Graham Nash and James RaymondAlmost Gone’, Bill Hicks ‘Marketing and Advertising’, Lagwagon from the album ‘Live in a Dive’, Meerkat Media CollectiveConsensus (Direct Democracy @ Occupy Wall Street)’, The Dictator, Co-Existing with Non-Human Animals ‘Episode 68’, Rap News#Occupy2012’, TodayLong Stabby Thing’.

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Comments
  1. Eric says:

    Hey guys, Eric here. Thank you for putting out a new episode. I looked up the Jeffrey Lewis, 12 crass songs album and I love it, I have listened to it several times now. Thank you for the great art recomendations.

    Eric

  2. No worries Eric, I love that album too – great lyrics hey?!
    Nick

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