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BARTALK

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BARTALK is a lecture-performance-storytelling series that usually happens physically in a bar in The Hague. Each edition has a theme and brings guests from different backgrounds (art, psychology, media technology, music, drag, martial arts, kink, math) to share their perspectives under the same subject. Past themes have included death and the afterlife, a history of burning, the living archive, and more.

Ultimately, BARTALK is a model of knowledge-sharing as community-building
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Translation/Transcription: Ahnjili Zhuparris (quantified self, predictive policing, AI pickup artist)

BARTALKJul 02, 2021

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57:13
Apologies & Atonement: Sofia Hernández Chong Cuy (What's In A Name?)
Mar 15, 202201:04:57
Apologies & Atonement: Lucas Johnson (Conflict Resolution)
Mar 07, 202256:28
Apologies & Atonement: Roy Heesakkers (Missing the Mark)
Feb 28, 202201:02:47
Apologies & Atonement: James Rae Parnell (Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word)
Feb 21, 202248:35
Flashback - Parties (ft. Bogomir Doringer and Amber Vineyard)
Dec 20, 202158:12
Translation/Transcription: Vivian Caccuri (Translating mosquitos)
Jul 23, 202155:40
Translation/Transcription: Xavier Bridault (how translation shapes and is shaped by culture)
Jul 16, 202139:31
Translation/Transcription: Karina Dukalska (archiving dance in graphic notation)
Jul 09, 202151:56
Translation/Transcription: Ahnjili Zhuparris (quantified self, predictive policing, AI pickup artist)

Translation/Transcription: Ahnjili Zhuparris (quantified self, predictive policing, AI pickup artist)

Jul 02, 202157:13
Parties: Amber Vineyard (conducting energy as a host)
Apr 02, 202101:33:35
Parties: Philip Vermeulen (bringing the club to the art world)

Parties: Philip Vermeulen (bringing the club to the art world)

In Episode 3 of Parties, artist Philip Vermeulen talks to us about bringing the club to the art world through his large-scale audiovisual kinetic installations, how his work replicate different states of mind in clubbing, and how he got so good at sober partying.


Follow Philip here:

Instagram: @philip_vermeulen_3000
www.philipvermeulen.com

Follow BARTALK here:

Instagram: @bartalk.dh
Website: bartalkdh.wordpress.com

Hosted by Yun Lee and Rae Parnell
Produced by Hans Poel
Theme music by Sro - Bring Back and Chad Crouch - Algorithms
Sounds of Boem BOem, Flapflap, and More Moiré courtesy of Philip Vermeulen
End composition “voom voom” by Yun Lee
Transcribed by Sarafina van Ast

This BARTALK episode is made possible with the generous support of Mondriaanfonds and was recorded at WORM Rotterdam

Mar 26, 202138:52
Parties: Khalil Ryahi (how to be a professional party animal)

Parties: Khalil Ryahi (how to be a professional party animal)

In episode 2 of “Parties”, Rae and Yun talk to professional party animal, DJ, record label owner, mentor, and party organizer Khalil Riyahi. Khalil gives us the scoop on how he started his nightlife career, what makes a good party, the Dutch concept of a ‘night mayor’, and what alternatives people are exploring during the pandemic.

Read transcript here

Follow Khalil here:
Instagram: @khalil_ryahi, @infinite__pleasure
infinite-pleasure.bandcamp.com
soundcloud.com/infinitepleasure

Follow BARTALK here:
Instagram: @bartalk.dh
Website: bartalkdh.wordpress.com

Hosted by Yun Lee and Rae Parnell
Produced by Hans Poel
Theme music by Sro - Bring Back and Chad Crouch - Algorithms
Transcribed by Sarafina van Ast

This BARTALK episode is made possible with the generous support of Mondriaanfonds and was partially recorded at WORM Rotterdam

Mar 19, 202154:58
Parties: Bogomir Doringer (dancing in times of crisis)
Mar 12, 202155:15
Care: Black Trans Art and Joy Fund (Mutual Aid, Allyship, Solidarity)
Dec 22, 202054:23
Care: Lilita Dunska (music for animals, interspecies care)
Dec 15, 202051:07
Care: Damani Leidsman (community care, inclusivity in the cultural sector)
Dec 09, 202050:10
Care: Sylvie Rosenkalt (disability justice, healing justice)

Care: Sylvie Rosenkalt (disability justice, healing justice)

BARTALK: Care

BARTALK is a lecture-performance-storytelling series taking place in different bars in The Hague and sometimes online. Each event/podcast is themed which we ask 4 guests to share their research and stories on.

This miniseries is on care and on this episode, we talk to Sylvie Rosenkalt about her work in disability justice, healing justice, and sustainable work practice.

Sylvie is a queer disabled educator and activist. Her experiences with crip mentorship have fueled her desire to create formal and informal mentorship opportunities for disabled folks. Sylvie is focused on ways to welcome more people into disability culture through mutual aid projects. Currently Sylvie is works at the UIC Disability Cultural Center and is pursuing a Masters in Education with a focus on critical special education.

Episode transcription:
https://bartalkdh.files.wordpress.com/2020/12/bartalk-podcast-1.pdf

Links:
Principles / definition of disability justice:
https://www.sinsinvalid.org/blog/disability-justice-a-working-draft-by-patty-berne

Access Is Love:
https://www.disabilityintersectionalitysummit.com/access-is-love

Forced intimacy:
https://leavingevidence.wordpress.com/2017/08/06/forced-intimacy-an-ableist-norm/

Acces Labor video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfHavOGL4Zc


Hosted by Yun Lee and Rae Parnell
Produced by Hans Poel
Music by Sro - Bring Back and Chad Crouch - Algorithms
Transcribed by Sarafina van Ast

This BARTALK episode is made possible with the generous support of Stroom Den Haag and iii

Dec 01, 202057:52
Language as an Organism: Minsook Kang (importing an alphabet)
Jun 15, 202013:34
Language as an Organism: Marik de Koning (linguist, teacher)

Language as an Organism: Marik de Koning (linguist, teacher)

In this third episode of BARTALK: Language as an Organism, Yun and Rae talk to their Dutch teacher Marik de Koning about Harry Potter, regional accents, gendered languages, idioms and more.

Hosted by Yun Lee and Rae Parnell
Produced by Hans Poel
Music by Sro - Bring Back and Chad Crouch - Algorithms

Jun 08, 202022:52
Language as an Organism: Natalia Papaeva (losing your mother tongue)

Language as an Organism: Natalia Papaeva (losing your mother tongue)

In this second episode of Language as an Organism, Yun & Rae talk to performance artist Natalia Papaeva about her work Yokhor, in which she sings the only two lines she remembers from her favourite song in her mother tongue Buryat. Natalia answers questions from the audience and discusses losing a language, gaining new ones, layers of repetition, performing grief and more.

You can see the trailer of Yokhor here:  
https://vimeo.com/368295268

More work from Natalia:
https://cargocollective.com/natashapapaeva

Sources for learning Buryat:
podcast Sagaan bulag:http://sagaanbulag.com/
Buryat researcher Agnieska Matkowska insta: @agamatkowska
Buryat language activist: Ershena Dondokova insta: @era_miracle
Educational insta account: @helysh_malysh
Buryat poet: Elbeg  Zandraev @elbeguu

Hosted by Yun Lee and Rae Parnell
Produced by Hans Poel
Music by Sro - Bring Back and Chad Crouch - Algorithms

Jun 01, 202030:53
Language as an Organism: Marie Diane Grouchka and Mariya Scherbinina (alchemy of love languages)

Language as an Organism: Marie Diane Grouchka and Mariya Scherbinina (alchemy of love languages)

BARTALK: Language as an Organism

BARTALK is a multidisciplinary lecture-performance-storytelling series taking place in different bars in The Hague. In current corona times, we are bringing BARTALK to a podcast format. Our guests share their stories and perspectives after which we ask them questions (including audience contributions!)

Episode 1: The Alchemy of Language in Relationships
featuring Marie Diane Grouchka and Mariya Shcherbinina, therapists at PSYNT (The Hague). Their practice focuses on the LGBTQ+ community and ex-pats. M.D. and Mariya also run their own podcast series called BiPositive where they explore the sexual continuum.

In alchemy, you learn to understand, decompose and then create. M.D and Mariya will walk you through the process of creating meaning in relationships and how our cultural differences can influence the dynamics of our communication. They will also give us some tools to get better at finding common ground with the ones we love. We talk not only about romantic relationships, but also familial relationships and friendships.

Hosted by Yun Lee and Rae Parnell
Produced by Hans Poel
Music by Sro - Bring Back and Chad Crouch - Algorithms

May 25, 202036:29