We are proud to announce that today we are launching our first Reactor podcast with a critical discussion of PS1’s Greater New York 2010 exhibition, which opened May 23 and continues until October 18, 2010.
Hosted by Hyperallergic editor Hrag Vartanian, the podcast features Paddy Johnson of Art Fag City, artist/critic William Powhida, and three interns: Liza Eliano of Art Fag City, Holly Gover of Hyperallergic, and Warren King of William Powhida’s studio.
In addition to viewing the video here on Hyperallergic.com, the video is available on Hyperallergic’s Blip.TV channel, Hyperallergic TV, and it is downloadable on iTunes — you can even watch it on your Apple TV.
This is our second experiment in video/podcasting, and as we said before, you can be assured the video and sound quality will improve as Hyperallergic develops its audio-visual resources. If you have any specialized knowledge in the field and would like to lend a hand, feel free to drop us a line.
All images in the podcast are courtesy flickr.com/artfagcity, flickr.com/hragvartanian, and the opening image is courtesy MoMA/PS1.
REACTOR will be a monthly podcast, which focuses on critical issues, exhibitions, and events of interest to the New York and global art community. If you have an idea for a future podcast, please contact us.
A special thank you to Hyperallergic intern Dylan Schenker for co-producing the segment. Without his help, we would not have been able to pull this off in a few weeks. Thanks, Dylan!
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