194 – Physical Media

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194 - Physical Media
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Iconic bald guys Marshall and OK are back, and this week they rant poetic about physical media. Who is speaking with authority? Is it us? Is it Tavi Gevinson? Is it the New York Times? Is it whoever is telling the New York Times to censor certain words and whoever is telling Tavi to pay minions $25/hr to distro free sponcon for Taylor Swift? Is it Taylor Swift? If you’re a Swiftie you have to tell us. Hopefully we get some of that sweet new album SEO!

Solidarity with Columbia University Apartheid Divest (CUAD) https://twitter.com/taliaotg/status/1780995492832334317

https://thebaffler.com/latest/stealing-the-voice-of-authority-isack

https://truthout.org/articles/leaked-document-shows-nyt-censorship-of-words-like-genocide-in-gaza-coverage/

https://www.newsweek.com/anti-israel-protesters-confused-about-meaning-ceasefire-opinion-1891343

190 – Netflix’s One Piece w/ Alex Degen and Alec Robbins

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190 - Netflix's One Piece w/ Alex Degen and Alec Robbins
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OK and Sarah are joined by two of our absolute favorite cartoonists Alex Degen and Alec Robbins to discuss One Piece both as a comic😤 and as content😩. Alec’s fantastic thread on the “corporate experiment” that is Netflix’s One Piece prompted this excellent convo on art education, WGA/SAG actions, and flattening of culture that happens online. Alex and OK also endorse interesting live action adaptions that happened via ice and in kabuki. We want ART not YOUTUBE BYPRODUCT. We want DIGNITY not SLOP!! They are trying to feed us BUGS when we need REAL FOOD that will nurture our souls and lift our spirits. Isn’t that what One Piece is truly all about?? If you like us, please consider spreading the good word! Directly sharing our episodes with friends helps defeat the algorithm. And consider joining our patreon to help defeat our brokeness!

Read Alex’s work: https://www.tcj.com/reviews/the-marchenoir-library/

Read Alec’s work: https://crimehot.com/

Previous One Piece ep: https://artandlaborpodcast.com/podcast/177-one-piece-film-red-w-sam-branman-august-lipp/

Fan re-edit of One Piece anime: https://onepace.net/en

Library of Ohara for manga nerds: https://thelibraryofohara.com/

OK’s relevant new piece: https://thenewinquiry.com/alienated-nerds/

189 – Art Work and Sex Work w/ Jin

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189 - Art Work and Sex Work w/ Jin
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OK’s Disclaimer Gallery comrade Jin is in town from Hawaii and updates us on the situation in Maui, their community care work, and the Be Easy Stay Safe zine made for and by sex workers. Please follow and support Jin’s work on their Instagram. Content warning: we discuss experiences of transphobic and racist discrimination, as well as harassment and assault at work. We also discuss fun stuff like art and care and love!!!

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Stay Safe Be Easy

I Couldn’t Help But Gossip S01E01

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I Couldn't Help But Gossip S01E01
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Hey podcastsiders, welcome to our brand new show! Each week we will compare and contrast episodes of Sex and the City and Gossip Girl. Join our journey through New York history, find love, AND labels. Don’t worry! Art and Labor isn’t going away, just on hiatus until we’re all well rested enough for new episodes about the cruel brutalities of our industries and governments. In the meantime, please enjoy cutting cultural analysis from two of your favorite city-loving fslurs, OK Fox and Eric Kostiuk Willams. You don’t have to watch the shows, plot is very secondary to our discussion, xoxo

143 – Fred Durst, Queer Icon

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143 – Fred Durst, Queer Icon
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Strap on your headsets! OK, Lucia and Sarah sit around the ol vr hot tub with you, the faceless facebook mii we serve. This week we wanna tell you the good news! about our RPS fic featuring your favorite fuzzy childhood Nu Metal Queer Icons, the intersection between Bushwick Nationalism and Operation Paperclip, and yes, more Dune and more Musical Theater (we are who we are). Think hard about what you’d like for us to print on your complimentary body pillow, but fyi, we’ll probably decide instead to give you a 240 p rip of Ciara’s Met Gala look.

>> PART TWO, SNACKCAST – NETFLIX AND TRAUMA HERE<<

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OK on street fight: https://soundcloud.com/streetfightwcrs/having-a-fredache

Episode 74 – Jerry Gogosian

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Episode 74 – Jerry Gogosian
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Tune in for the origin story of the legendary Instagram account @jerrygogosian! Check their new show AM art radio. If you like the podcast and want more, please consider supporting us: https://www.patreon.com/artandlabor. Follow us on twitter and instagram. You can contact Art & Labor at artandlaborpodcast@gmail.com

Episode 16 – Housing and Displacement

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Go to the 3rd Anti-Columbus Day Tour: https://www.facebook.com/events/235077237185003/ We build on our “Artwashing and Soho” episode using our direct experiences and observations of gentrification in our neighborhoods. We do a “Goofus and Gallant” for anti-gentrication art. Shoutout to the locals, but also these thoughts can be applied all over the place. It’s a layered topic, but I think we illustrate our points well even though I have a bad cold.

Chicago & Indianapolis shows: https://twitter.com/ArtandLaborPod/status/1047527604339822595

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BAN: https://bangentrification.org/

Ridgewood Tenants Union: https://twitter.com/RidgewdTenantsU

(Dis)Placed in Sunset Park: http://www.bettyyu.net/displacedinsunsetpark/

Anthony Rosado #FREEBUSHWICK: http://www.anthonywashrosado.com/freebushwick/

“Progress” Show at Fivemyles: http://artinbrooklyn.com/2016/03/progress-installations-performances/

RAFiA: https://soundcloud.com/rafiasworld

Brooklyn Not For Sale Protest: https://hyperallergic.com/254426/anti-gentrification-activists-protest-real-estate-summit-at-brooklyn-museum/

Bullshit yarn mural thing: https://hyperallergic.com/238626/artist-will-remove-bushwick-crochet-mural-that-sparked-community-protest/

Sad little houses: https://www.dmagazine.com/publications/d-magazine/2018/march/sad-little-houses-casita-triste-oak-cliff-giovanni-valderas/

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Episode 13 – Bad Art World

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We go through the demands of Bad Art World’s A contribution towards a programme for the arts on a brutally hot August evening in NYC. It’s a contemporary application of Trotsky’s manifesto on revolutionary art. “Eighty years ago the world was entering another great opening. Then, too, there was a gap between what was necessary to defeat capitalist catastrophe and workers’ general political understanding.”

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Check out Bad Art World: http://badartworld.net/index.php/2018/08/13/a-contribution-towards-a-programme-for-the-arts/

Episode 10 – Post Cold War Art and the CIA

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The department of defense, the CIA, and the FBI have all had a hand in influencing art, culture, and academia. We discuss the Iowa Writer’s Workshop, Marvel movies, Rockefeller, modernism, futurist fascism, and Mexican muralism. Are you bummed about MFAs and institutional partnerships with banks? Us too buddy.  If you like us please consider donating for bonus writing, memes, and art: https://d.rip/art-and-labor

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Politics of Art: Contemporary Art and the Transition to Post-Democracy https://www.e-flux.com/journal/21/67696/politics-of-art-contemporary-art-and-the-transition-to-post-democracy/

How Iowa Flattened Literature (With CIA help, writers were enlisted to battle both Communism and eggheaded abstraction. The damage to writing lingers) https://www.chronicle.com/article/How-Iowa-Flattened-Literature/144531

The CIA’s abstract art collection: https://hyperallergic.com/294142/a-visit-to-the-the-cias-secret-abstract-art-collection/

Movies funded by the state: https://twitter.com/BootsRiley/status/1025779683541934080

^backed up by this Freedom of Information Act: https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/hollywood-cia-washington-dc-films-fbi-24-intervening-close-relationship-a7918191.html

Marvel’s “cancelled” gun manufacturer sponsor: https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/8x835p/northrop-grumman-paid-marvel-to-turn-the-military-contractor-into-a-superhero-avengers

The Pentagon and Hollywood: https://www.rt.com/op-ed/421064-pentagon-hollywood-propaganda-dod/

Episode 7 – Museums in an Age of Planetary Civil War

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Episode 7 - Museums in an Age of Planetary Civil War



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Art is being used to fund and perpetuate war. The stateless wealthy use the art market as a tool to extend and maintain the class divide. Learn all about it in this mostly serious and depressing episode. My cat lightens the mood at one point. I wonder if the next 20 episodes of the show will just be us discussing a different Hito Steyerl essay every week.

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A Tank on a Pedestal: Museums in an Age of Planetary Civil War: https://www.e-flux.com/journal/70/60543/a-tank-on-a-pedestal-museums-in-an-age-of-planetary-civil-war/

The Gray Market: https://news.artnet.com/market/art-agency-partners-gallery-advisory-1318400