Radiovisual #008: Rhizome’s Seven on Seven follow-up, Eddie Berg, Shana Moulton, Nick Hallett, Ryan McNamara

Last week, art & technology pioneer Julie Martin raised questions about Rhizome’s Seven on Seven event. We were able to finagle a ticket to the event (not easy!) and we have to say, it was pretty inspiring. In this episode, we have a follow-up interview with Rhizome’s Lauren Cornell, as well as clips from the event with David Karp and Ryan Trecartin.

Will the arrival of television transform the UK’s political process? That’s the question on everyone’s mind since legendary lothario and Liberal Democrat Nick Clegg won the hearts and minds of the British voting public in the UK’s FIRST EVER TELEVISED PRIME MINISTERIAL DEBATE. Seriously. We talk to BFI Southbank’s Artistic Director Eddie Berg about the possible implications for the cultural sector.

Also in this episode, we talk performance art, with reviews of Shana Moulton and Nick Hallett‘s Whispering Pines 10 at the Kitchen and Ryan McNamara’s And Introducing Ryan Mcnamara at Elizabeth Dee.