FORM: Conversations on Communication

  • 5. Communicating Your Lens

    14:31
    We talked to vocalist, composer and educator Lisa Sokolov about the power of language, hate speech, dishonesty, resonant fields, dignity and so much more. Here is one of our favorite moments from the conversation.Lisa Sokolov is a renowned frontline vocalist, improviser, composer and educator. She is the originator of Embodied VoiceWork, and her book Embodied VoiceWork: Beyond Singing was released by Barcelona Publishers in March 2020. For more, visit lisasokolov.comBecome a Patron of the podcast for as little as $5/mo: https://www.patreon.com/formapodcastFollow us on social @formpodcastTheme song by Warp Trio
  • 4. Communicating with Strangers

    08:19
    It's a MINISODE EPISODE featuring artist Alex Peifer.Alex Peifer is an artist and researcher currently based in NYC whose work is concerned with politics of the body and expression of queer identity through fashion and dress. Alex is currently continuing his studies at Parsons, working towards his MA in the department of Fashion Studies.Become a Patron of the podcast for as little as $5/mo: https://www.patreon.com/formapodcastFollow us on social @formpodcastTheme song by Warp Trio
  • 4. Communicating Through Witness

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    This week we spoke with performing artist Ronald Peet. We opened up the conversation with a discussion of the question, “how are you?” and how this mundane question acts upon us, especially during the present time and climateRonald Peet is a Bahamian-born, Brooklyn-based artist, runner, and humanist. You have seen him on film in projects like The Land of Owls and The Meyerowitz Stories; on TV on “The I-Land” and “Dicktown” and Off-Broadway in “Daddy” and “Spill” among so many others. He is a member of Ensemble Studio Theatre, Honors Graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts & Emory University Alumnus.Become a Patron of the podcast for as little as $5/mo: https://www.patreon.com/formapodcastFollow us on social @formpodcastTheme song by Warp Trio
  • 3. Communicating Through Fiction

    06:34
    It's a MINISODE EPISODE featuring fiction writer Sophia Frank.Like all our conversations, this segment is unfiltered. This episode contains explicit language and mature content, so listen at your discretion as we aim to fully form mindful ideas and language.Sophia Frank is a Brooklyn based writer and performer. She graduated from NYU’s Experimental Theatre Wing in 2014 and has since written, produced and performed in two strange plays with her producing partner Bailey Nasetta. She is a retired bartender and MFA candidate in Fiction at Columbia University.Become a Patron of the podcast for as little as $5/mo: https://www.patreon.com/formapodcastFollow us on social @formpodcastTheme song by Warp Trio
  • 3. Communicating Connection

    10:11
    We spoke to Todd about free will, the Black Lives Matter movement, meditation, living in a post-truth society, and of course - Avatar: The Last Airbender. Here’s one of our favorite moments from our conversation.Todd Almond is a performer, writer and music director. Mostly recently he was seen on Broadway in GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY. He has written several works for the Public Theater’s Public Works, and his other original musicals include KANSAS CITY CHOIR BOY, in which he starred alongside rock icon Courtney Love and GIRLFRIEND, based on Matthew Sweet’s album of the same name.Become a Patron of the podcast for as little as $5/mo: https://www.patreon.com/formapodcastFollow us on social @formpodcastTheme song by Warp Trio
  • 2. Communicating with the Audience

    04:27
    It's a MINISODE EPISODE featuring soloist Mikael Darmanie.Like all our conversations, this segment is unfiltered. This episode contains explicit language and mature content, so listen at your discretion as we aim to fully form mindful ideas and language.As a soloist, Mikael Darmanie has performed throughout the Americas, Europe, Russia and the Caribbean. As a member of the Warp Trio, he performs throughout the world in genres ranging from jazz to hip-hop, rock, fusion and electronic music. Since his debut as a conductor with the Carolina Chamber Symphony in 2008, he has performed throughout the U.S., conducting various piano concerti from the keyboard and symphonic works. He is currently pursuing his D.M.A. at SUNY Stony Brook under the guidance of Gilbert Kalish.Become a Patron of the podcast for as little as $5/mo: https://www.patreon.com/formapodcastFollow us on social @formpodcastTheme song by Warp Trio
  • 2. Communicating Ambiguity

    11:42
    We spoke to Amadi ‘Baye’ Washington and Sam ‘Asa’ Pratt about conflict among collaborators, authenticity, dance as revolution, boundaries, political art-making and more. Here’s one of our favorite moments from our conversation.Like all our conversations, this segment is unfiltered. This episode contains explicit language and mature content, so listen at your discretion as we aim to fully form mindful ideas and language.Baye & Asa is a company creating movement art projects directed by Amadi ‘Baye’ Washington & Sam ‘Asa’ Pratt.  They have presented at Mark Morris Dance Center, Dixon Place, Gibney Dance Center, and many more. Amadi is a full time performer in Punchdrunk's NYC production of Sleep No More, and Sam is currently on a world tour with Akram Khan Company.Follow Baye & Asa @bayeandasaBecome a Patron of the podcast for as little as $5/mo: https://www.patreon.com/formapodcastFollow us on social @formpodcastTheme song by Warp Trio
  • 1. Communication & Manipulation

    06:34
    It's a MINISODE EPISODE featuring director and choreographer Sam Pinkleton.Like all our conversations, this segment is unfiltered. This episode contains explicit language and mature content, so listen at your discretion as we aim to fully form mindful ideas and language.Sam Pinkleton’s work as a director, choreographer, creative director, organizer, and educator is united by a belief that better worlds are possible. His past collaborations include work with the Dutch National Opera, Courtney Love, Carnegie Hall, James Corden, BAM, Soho Rep, David Henry Hwang + Jeanine Tesori, Anne Washburn, The Dance Cartel, Virgin Voyages, The Civilians, David Adjmi, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Cirque du Soleil, the NYC Department of Education, and the late Liz Swados and Michael Friedman. His work on Broadway includes Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 - starring Josh Groban and Denée Benton - for which he was nominated for a Tony Award. He is currently a lecturer at Princeton University. He does not own any dance shoes. Follow Sam @pamstinkletonBecome a Patron of the podcast for as little as $5/mo: https://www.patreon.com/formapodcastFollow us on social @formpodcastTheme song by Warp Trio
  • 1. Communication as Gift-Giving

    14:58
    We spoke to playwright Andrew Rincón about his comedic voice, honesty, journal entries and more. Here’s one of our favorite moments from our conversation.Like all our conversations, this segment is unfiltered. This episode contains explicit language and mature content, so listen at your discretion as we aim to fully form mindful ideas and language.Andrew Rincón is a Queer Colombian-American playwright based in NYC. Plays include, The Lonely, That Rhythm in the Blood and I Wanna Fuck like Romeo and Juliet. In development: a play that fuses telenovela and mythological storytelling, The Myth of My Pain.Become a Patron of the podcast for as little as $5/mo: https://www.patreon.com/formapodcastFollow us on social @formpodcastTheme song by Warp Trio
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