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Alan Watts: Don’t Play the Game - Ep. 178

5/25/2019
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In this episode host Troy Ramos and Alan Watts both contemplate why we shouldn’t be playing “The Game”. Remember to follow us everywhere @arthouse43 and donate to the show at ArtHouse43.com. “Kumi Yamashita manipulates light and shadow to cleverly produce amazing shadow art.”

Duration:00:12:41

Deliverance (1972) Movie Review -Ep. 177

5/21/2019
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In this episode Troy reviews the 1972 classic film “Deliverance”. Remember to follow us everywhere @arthouse43 and donate to the show at ArtHouse43.com.

Duration:00:08:16

The Princess Bride (1987) Review - Ep. 176

5/19/2019
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Spoiler! The Princess Bride (1987) Review - Ep. 176!

Duration:00:07:09

"John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum" Review - Ep. 175

5/18/2019
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*Spoiler Alert!* This review contains spoilers!

Duration:00:10:15

Art Institute of Chicago - Ep. 174

5/11/2019
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This week we’re on the road again to Chicago to visit the Art Institute of Chicago. In this episode we cover 4 works of art, which you can follow along with through the pictures of below: Edward Hopper’s “Nighthawks”, a Cy Twombly sculpture, Andy Warhols “Pat Hearn” and William de Kooning’s “Interchanged”. Remember to follow us everywhere @arthouse43 and visit arthouse43.com to shop for the best sound art, art prints and podcasts! #1: Edward Hopper’s “Nighthawks” #2: Cy Twombly...

Duration:00:13:33

Graham Hancock’s Banned Ted Talk - Ep. 173

5/10/2019
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In This episode we will share an interesting banned Ted Talk given by British writer and journalist Graham Hancock. Although he doesn’t have a formal training in science, Graham is also famously known for his work in areas like archaeology, cataclysm and other areas of scientific research. We think this is an interesting talk that explores the use of ayahuasca and the right for adults to have control over their own consciousness. The title of the talk is: the war on consciousness....

Duration:00:31:33

The Comedy of David Mitchell - Ep. 172

5/2/2019
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In this episode we take a look at the fantastically funny comedian David Mitchell. David is a British comedian, clever panel guest and has starred in shows like Peep Show with Robert Webb. He’s one of our favorites and we will play a compilation of his funny moments on various British television shows. Enjoy! And remember to follow us everywhere at @arthouse43, share this episode And donate to the show, if you’d like to support us! You can make your donations at...

Duration:00:19:52

“Paris, Texas” Film Review - Ep. 171

5/2/2019
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In this episode we take a hopefully interesting look at the film Paris, Texas, directed by Wim Wenders and starring Harry Dean Stanton. We’ll drop some interesting facts about this 1984 film as well as some insight into the cinematography, which was done by Robert Mueller. Enjoy! And remember to follow us everywhere at @arthouse43, share this episode And donate to the show, if you’d like to support us! You can make your donations at www.arthouse43.com/donate.

Duration:00:20:37

The LA Shows 2/2 - Ep. 170

4/26/2019
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ArtHouse Radio is on the road! We’re coming to you live from the beautiful city of Los Angeles, California. We wanted to capture some of the beautiful people and artistic experiences in LA and bring these happenings and discoveries to our listeners. From chatting with strangers on Venice Beach to movie reviews with local artists and discussions about works at LA’s major museums, we are very proud to present you with: The LA Shows. Over the course of the next few episodes we will present you...

Duration:00:41:35

The LA Shows 1/2 - Ep. 169

4/26/2019
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ArtHouse Radio is on the road! We’re coming to you live from the beautiful city of Los Angeles, California. We wanted to capture some of the beautiful people and artistic experiences in LA and bring these happenings and discoveries to our listeners. From chatting with strangers on Venice Beach to movie reviews with local artists and discussions about works at LA’s major museums, we’re very proud to present you with: The LA Shows. Over the course of the next few episodes you’ll hear...

Duration:00:34:43

Netflix vs. Criterion - Ep. 168

3/27/2019
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“You take the blue pill—the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill—you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes. Remember: all I'm offering is the truth.” - The Matrix

Duration:00:22:27

Joe Dispenza: Create Your World - Ep. 167

3/15/2019
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“Does your thinking create your environment or does your environment create your thinking?”- Joe Dispenza Quite often on this podcast we feature interviews that are more philosophicaly-based, particularly when it comes to thinking about life and the different perspectives we can have on it. We quite often repeat playing audio clips from our favorite gurus, Terence McKenna and Alan Watts, to name a few. This time, however, we have a clip from someone new to us: Dr. Joe Dispensza. I sort of...

Duration:00:22:27

Sound That Doesn’t Mean Anything - Ep. 166

2/19/2019
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“When I hear what we call music, it seems to me that someone is talking. And talking about his feelings or his ideas.. of relationships, and so forth. But when I hear traffic, the sounds of traffic, for instance, I don’t get the feeling that anyone is talking. I get the feeling that sound is acting. And I love the activity of sound. And I’m perfectly satisfied with that I don’t need sound to talk to me. “ -John Cage We will hear the full clip of that John Cage interview after we listen to...

Duration:00:25:26

Terence McKenna: Culture is a Mass Hallucination - Ep. 165

2/16/2019
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“Culture is a kind of mass hallucination, designed for middle-aged people, because culture works best for them. When you’re less than middle-aged you’re trying to figure out the rules of this collective mass hallucination. If your past middle-aged and you have been paying attention, you know it’s bullshit and so you don’t care anymore.” Terence McKenna puts forth some exciting ideas in this episode, where he talks about our choice either to consume culture or create it. We’ll also talk about...

Duration:00:10:41

What is Art for? - Ep. 164

2/10/2019
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One answer to the question ‘what is art for?’, could be Alain de Botton’s idea that art balances us. “All of us are a little unbalanced in someway… too intellectual, too emotional, too masculine, too feminine, too calm or too excitable. The art we love is frequently something we are drawn to because it compensates us for what we lack. It counterbalances us.” In this episode 164 we look at the question: what is art for? We’ll also hear a clip by The Guardian Culture on this very question,...

Duration:00:13:53

Neil Gaiman, Revok and Good Art - Ep. 163

2/3/2019
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If you think back to the times you struggled, can you say that you still made good art during those times, whatever your art is? In this episode we hear a fantastic commencement speech by Neil Gaiman at the University of the Arts in 2002 about doing just that: making good art. We also hear an excerpt of a recent Juxtapose article on the artist Revok, titled “The Second Childhood”; about an artist potentially reborn in the face of new challenges. Tune in, art freaks! Remember to follow us...

Duration:00:35:26

The Pointlessness of Time - Ep. 162

1/27/2019
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What are you doing with your time? Are you using it to your advantage? In this episode we look at the advantages to ‘taking back your time’ and how there is a growing movement to do this. For example, it’s estimated that over a third of the workforce is already freelance and they expect by 2030 that freelancers will make up a majority of the workforce. We’ll also hear excerpts from two great articles in the most recent edition of the New Philospher magazine. The first article is “The...

Duration:00:23:58

Alan Watts: It All Makes Sense - Ep. 161

1/17/2019
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Are you looking at things from close up? If you pulled back and tried to see the larger picture, of life or any aspect of your life, what do you think you’d see? In this episode we’re talking about the disadvantage of viewing things from a microscopic perspective. We’ll talk about what we see from different vantage points and we’ll hear the great Alan Watts’s take on this in a clip titled “It All Makes Sense”. Remember to follow us everywhere @arthouse43 and write to us at...

Duration:00:13:12

Art, Technology & Jaron Lanier on Deleting Social Media - Ep. 160

1/8/2019
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It’s always been a constant struggle for artists to find support to continue their work. Every day we wake up, however, instantly becomes the greatest day in human history to find that support. Technology is, for all its light and darkness, a great platform for establishing connections between the artist and the patron. But ARE we doing enough? Is the artist doing enough? Is the patron being active enough? Is social media necessary for strengthening these interactions? On this episode we’ll...

Duration:00:30:08

Terence McKenna, “They Live” & Alternate Realities - Ep. 159

1/1/2019
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This weekend I re-watched John Carpenter’s cult classic movie “They Live”. the story of a drifter (Roddy Piper) who stumbles upon a rude awakening that aliens are among us and controlling everything. It is, quite simply, still a fantastic movie. Whether being controlled by aliens or ruthless humans, it got me thinking: how much of what we see is, in fact, real? Is there some sort of hidden truth we cannot see? These thoughts of alternate realities led me to the great mystic Terence McKenna,...

Duration:00:19:34