Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee

Contemporary art podcast with artist contributions and highlights from the archives of our online art radio platform. Hosted by Arif Kornweitz & Radna Rumping. Get in touch with us through [email protected] Our jingle is by ...more

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July 31, 2022 01:08:44
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Why do we think that the past is dead?

We visit Milena Bonilla’s studio to hear about Rosa Luxemburg and granite wrapped in amaranth, the flower that resists. Milena’s research-based practice is currently invested in epistemological colonialism and the different ways it affects organisms, language and social structures. Her studio is in Amsterdam and her website is milenabonilla.info. “Why do we think that the past is dead? Because it’s very convenient to have it as a relic, to bring nostalgia, to bring ideological biases. It’s a sickness.” (Milena Bonilla) “One of the most mistreated words that i have seen lately in the world is solidarity. Solidarity comes from structures of understanding of how the world operates. It’s not charity - that is what I see spread all around here. And I talk about this with a lot of rage.” (Milena Bonilla) See an amaranth-wrapped stone on Milena’s website here. Photograpies of Milena's show at Galeria Municipal do Porto are available at here and at e-flux. - Hosted by Arif Kornweitz and Andrea González. Edit and post-production by Julius van Ijperen. Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee is an online radio platform for contemporary art. Our website is jajajaneeneeneee.com. ...

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March 30, 2021 01:06:09
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The real and the possible

We visit Martín La Roche’s studio to hear about the Chilean protests and constrictions of the imagination. We also listen to a voice message by Fernanda Aránguiz M. about the real and the possible, titled ‘Qualia’. And Martín tells us how 'Muro Sur', once a space in Santiago in the 90s, lives on.Martín La Roche is an artist and director of the Musée Légitime, a museum inside a hat. Fernanda Aránguiz M. is an artist and publisher, investigating language inbetween the real and the possible. Martín was on Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee in 2017 for Native Foreigners, a show about Ulises Carrión recorded at De Appel/Documenta Athens/Jumex. Fernanda joined us for a radio show about Publishing as Critical Practice in 2019, recorded at Printing Plant Art Book Fair. Hosted by Arif Kornweitz and Radna Rumping. Edited by Arif with excerpts from El violador eras tú and El Baile de Los Que Sobran. ...

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December 23, 2020 00:31:35
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Time to Slow Down

Teresa Cos sent a voice message: The Monarch. Arif and Radna think about reflecting forward. Teresa has a plan b. The show "The power of doing nothing" is available on jajaaneeneenee.com. So is the report on care riders by Fabian Reichle and at7. Gloria E. Anzaldúa's book is titled 'Luz en lo Oscuro'. Teresa Cos is an artist exploring the processes of repetition underlying history, society and human psychology. Her work encompasses film, sound and video installation, visual scoring, experimental music composition and performance. Her website is at teresacos.com. ...

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February 05, 2020 00:45:58
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Nights

Steven Warwick sent a voice message. Sadaf spoke to Ivan Cheng. Arif and Radna reside under Silvia Federici’s arm in Kunsthal Gent, where Radna feels like Marvin Gaye. Steven Warwick is a British artist, musician and writer residing in Berlin. His latest album MOI was just released on PAN. Steven documents his artistic practice here, writes for artforum and maintains a successful instagram. The conversation of Sadaf and Ivan Cheng is part of our collaboration with Sonic Acts. Sadaf will perform at Sonic Acts Academy which takes place from 21-23 February in Amsterdam. Sadaf H Nava (Sadaf) is an Iranian-born, New York City-based composer and visual artist whose multidisciplinary interventions include sound, film, painting, performance and text. This is her website is and you can find her on instagram.  Ivan Cheng also edited his conversation with Sadaf. He is a performer, clarinettist, curator and writer who initiates project space bologna.cc in Amsterdam. Ivan’s work is documented on his website and he is on instagram. Read more about Sonic Acts, Sadaf and Ivan Cheng on our website. ...

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December 03, 2019 00:32:47
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Crystal Pyjamas

Yoojin Lee & Mark von Schlegell. Sloths wear pyjamas in Yoojin Lee’s voice message. Critique warps into science fiction in Mark von Schlegell’s reading, recorded at The Well. Radna and Arif compliment each other on their Halloween outfits. Find Yoojin at nijooy.com and Mark at schlegell.com. Minne Kerstens and Leo Arnold presented this episode of The Well, a radio show at De Ateliers. Several episodes of The Well are available on our website. ...

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November 15, 2019 00:26:06
One in Two Dimensions

One in Two Dimensions

Holly Childs sent a voice message. Ode de Kort's exhibition 'UU TWOO' at de Brakke Grond was curated by Sara Giannini. Watch a video by Holly Childs on her website or find her on instagram. Listen to the full recording of UU TWOO in our archive and read more abou the show over at de Brakke Grond. Our show about mother tongues at the Rijksakademie is available in our archive. Our podcast is hosted by Arif Kornweitz & Radna Rumping. Our jingle is by Josh da Costa. ...

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