In this season’s first episode, death is posed as a question through the dematerialization of the body. Pabla Amigo (’21 AAD) and Gabriela Junqueira Franco (’21 AAD) try to understand the implications of the dematerialization of bodies with our final resting places. Does the state of being alive only relate to the physical body? Can our bodies metamorphose into other forms? The praxis of understanding physical and digital space is complemented by an interview with Jorge Otero-Pailos, conducted by Ali El-Sinbawy (’21 AAD).
Jorge Otero-Pailos is Professor and Director of Historic Preservation at GSAPP. Otero-Pailos works on the intersection of art, architecture and preservation and as an artist he has been exploring the temporality of dust, pollution and their relationship to life, human activity and architectural legacy.
This episode of rAADio was brought you by:
Max Lauter: Director and Creative Producer, Sound Design, Editing
Alex Hamadey: Sound Designer & Composer, Lead Audio Engineer
Timothy Jacob Kwasny: Recording Audio Engineer
Source by Columbia GSAPP