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Spring 2021 Season - Days/Times Forthcoming



Nation Building with Antonio Pacheco / A bi-weekly look at the state of public architecture in the United States, including interviews, news items, reading suggestions, and historical/theoretical frameworks for understanding public architecture more broadly.

Grounds with Amanda Ugorji / Inter-generational interviews with artists, designers, and planners that ask what existential questions they have been working through lately and how they make their decisions.

Still Standing with Eytan Levi and Ben Hoyle / Interviews with experts about the renovation of Soviet mass housing.

Conversations on Care with Ana Miljački

Sounds and Thoughts For Your 6' Walk


Sounds and Thoughts For Your 6' Walk

Among the everything that has changed these past few weeks, walking has become a kind of strategic dance to stay physically far enough from other people. I've found myself walking quieter streets and quieter days, in the rain, in bike lanes. I'm not sure if every week will be about walking, but there will definitely be music with some vocal and ambient sounds since I like collecting sound bits. The songs today are akin to our walks these days, six foot walks, or in response to aspects of our new normal. (And hopefully) some are just to keep our spirits up. 


some side notes


There are YouTube workout videos of basically just walking in place, and they're kind of like zumba.

(2006, New Orleans Jazz Fest)

Came across this when looking for songs, and really liked Fats Domino's calm wave.

(Playtime, 1967)

From my back porch, I noticed a neighbor has been painting a bit of their porch ceiling every few days.


today's list

El Breve Espacio, Yoruba Andabo
Handle It, The Sylvers 
Keep On Movin', Deodato  
Walk the Walk, Gaz Coombes
In Search of Balance, Reginald Omas Mamode IV
Wait and See, Lee Hazlewood
Wild World, Yusuf / Cat Stevens
It's Alright, The Impressions
Joy in Repetition, Prince
Everybody Loves the Sunshine, Seu Jorge, Almaz
Feelin' Alright, Joe Cocker
Come On Home, Lijadu Sisters
Aonde Você Vai, Antonio Adolfo



                            






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