• Summary

  • The third series of the Apollo 40 Under 40 podcast features conversations with some of the individuals celebrated in the Apollo 40 under 40 Art & Tech, a list published by Apollo magazine in 2021 which celebrates 40 individuals and partnerships – all under the age of 40 – who are expanding the possibilities presented by new tech to art and heritage across the world.
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Episodes
  • Dec 3 2021

    In this episode of the Apollo 40 Under 40 Art & Tech podcast, Gabrielle Schwarz speaks to Ian Cheng and Jakob Kudsk Steensen – two artists who create work using video-game engines. They discuss their most recent projects: Cheng’s Life After BOB, an episodic anime series in which AI has entered the minds of humans, and Kudsk Steensen’s Berl-Berl, an immersive installation that transports viewers to the ancient wetlands that are thought to have given Berlin its name. Both artists discuss their influences in gaming and wider culture – from The Sims to H.R. Giger – and the increasingly fluid boundaries between physical and online spaces (just don’t mention the ‘metaverse’!).

    The third series of the Apollo 40 Under 40 podcast features conversations with some of the individuals celebrated in this year’s Apollo 40 Under 40 Art & Tech, presented in partnership with BNP Paribas.

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    37 mins
  • Dec 9 2021

    In this episode of the Apollo 40 Under 40 Art & Tech podcast, Gabrielle Schwarz speaks to Clara Blume, head of Open Austria’s Art and Tech Lab in Silicon Valley, and Lauren Lee McCarthy, an artist and programmer based in Los Angeles. Both are interested in the question of who gets to shape the new technologies that increasingly define our lives. Lee McCarthy discusses setting up p5.js, a platform dedicated to improving access and diversity in coding, and Blume explains why artists ought to be leading the conversation about the future of big tech.

    The third series of the Apollo 40 under 40 podcast features conversations with some of the individuals celebrated in this year’s Apollo 40 under 40 Art & Tech, presented in partnership with BNP Paribas.

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    33 mins
  • Dec 14 2021

    In this episode of the Apollo 40 Under 40 Art & Tech podcast, Gabrielle Schwarz speaks to Kelani Nichole, owner of TRANSFER gallery, and Jessica Oralkan, who is co-founder of Collecteurs, a digital museum for collectors. They discuss how new technologies have transformed the practice of collecting – from increasingly sophisticated online databases to, of course, NFTs. Oralkan explains the process of digitising a physical art collection, and Nichole talks about the importance of creating physical spaces for digital art.

    The third series of the Apollo 40 under 40 podcast features conversations with some of the individuals celebrated in this year’s Apollo 40 under 40 Art & Tech, presented in partnership with BNP Paribas.

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    32 mins

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