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Public RSS | Art, tech, politics, pop culture, climate | Hosts: Caroline Busta, Lil Internet | Est. 2018. ( ͡° ͜ʖ( ͡° ͜ʖ°)ʖ ͡°) | https://newmodels.io This is the public RSS. | To access weekly content and the NM Discord, subscribe via https://patreon.com/newmodels or https://newmodels.substack.com
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Full ep released to subscribers: 10 Aug 2023 | To join New Models, find us via patreon.com/newmodels & newmodels.substack.com_Artist Trevor Paglen speaks with New Models about systems of “influence” past and present – pointing to a transition from a world of surveillance capitalism that is potentially becoming one of PSYOPS capitalism. This convers…
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This reading was first released to subscribers: 05 Feb 2024 | To join New Models, find us via patreon.com/newmodels & newmodels.substack.com“For millennia one had measured oneself against the cycles of the seasons and the heavens, or against changing social mores and geopolitical configurations. To now be compelled to measure one’s life against the…
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Full Ep released to subscribers: 08 Mar 2024 | To join New Models, find us via https://patreon.com/newmodels & https://newmodels.substack.com// One of the most compelling examples, so far, of media made using AI content generation is the video that artist Jon Rafman created for Kanye West’s new album with Ty Dolla $ign, "Vultures." Rather than aimi…
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Released to subscribers: 25 Nov 2023 | For full episode, find us via https://patreon.com/newmodels & https://newmodels.substack.com_The Girlstack w/ theorist Alex Quicho (NM74)A conversation with cultural theorist Alex Quicho. Building on the ideas of Tiqqun’s 1999 anti-neoliberal treatise Preliminary Materials for a Theory of the Young-Girl, Andre…
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Released to subscribers: 17 Apr 2023 | For full episode, find us via patreon.com/newmodels & newmodels.substack.comNational Art Critic for artnet News and the author, most recently, of Art in the After-Culture (Haymarket, 2022), Ben Davis speaks to New Models about his recent essay “How We Ended Up in the Era of ‘Quantitative Aesthetics,’ Where Dat…
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First released: 27 Feb 2023 | To join New Models & receive our full stream in real time, find us via patreon.com/newmodels & newmodels.substack.comThis episode is nominally about the state of style but ultimately is about the changing media paradigm that underpins how we signal through sartorial codes in 2023. New York-based writer Olivia Kan-Sperl…
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First released: 31 Aug 2023 | To join New Models, find us via patreon.com/newmodels & newmodels.substack.comOn Sunday (27 Aug 2023), climate activists blocked the road to Burning Man, demanding that the festival—which was founded on principles of decommodification, radical self-reliance, and civic responsibility—ban single-use plastics and private …
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First released: 08 Apr 2023 | To join New Models, find us via patreon.com/newmodels & newmodels.substack.comAdapting climate scholar Andreas Malm’s How to Blow Up a Pipeline (2021, Verso) for the silver screen, Daniel Goldhaber has transformed Malm’s non-fiction manifesto into “one of the most original American thrillers in years" (Roger Ebert). As…
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First released: 25 Aug 2023 | To join New Models, find us via patreon.com/newmodels & newmodels.substack.comThree members of the Collapsology / Crude Futures group — Richard Hames (co-author of The Rise of Ecofascism, Polity, 2022), Washington-state based writer Beau-Caprice Vetch, and UK-based producer/writer/DJ Jake Colvin (NKC) — discuss the ide…
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First released: 23 Jun 2023 | To join New Models, find us via patreon.com/newmodels & newmodels.substack.comNYC has always been a scene superconductor, replete with an infinite supply of ambitious young bodies and a world class media machine to document it all. But over the past few years, a new strain of #downtown has emerged that incessantly flic…
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First released: 13 June 2023 | To join New Models, find us via patreon.com/newmodels & newmodels.substack.comCory Doctorow is a science fiction novelist, journalist, and technology activist who’s been thinking publicly about the industrial capture of creative labor markets since the ‘90s. In Berlin last week touring his newest book, the NYTimes bes…
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First released: 24 May 2023 | To join New Models, find us via https://patreon.com/newmodels & https://newmodels.substack.comJoining this episode is Ben Solomon aka King Solomon aka KSER IRAK. Born and raised in downtown New York, Ben is an artist, filmmaker, and part of the legendary graffiti crew IRAK, which is to say a legendary part of the histo…
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First released: 2 May 2023 | To join New Models, find us via https://patreon.com/newmodels & https://newmodels.substack.comFew, if any, are more conversant in AI’s impact on creative production than HOLLY HERNDON and MAT DRYHURST. In part this is because the artist-musicians (and hosts of the Interdependence podcast) have also become, out of necess…
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First released: 29 Jan 2023 | To join New Models, you can find us via https://patreon.com/newmodels & https://newmodels.substack.comSituated amid political communication theory, social media information economics, and the vanguard of social science methodology, Kevin Munger (Assistant Professor of Political Science and Social Data Analytics at Penn…
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The first and only feature from famed music video director Hype Williams (Missy Elliot, “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly),” 1997; The Notorious B.I.G., “Mo Money Mo Problems,” 1997; TLC, “No Scrubs,” 1999), Belly is a ‘90s crime drama set in NYC starring Nas, DMX, Taral Hicks, Method Man, and T-Boz with cameos by Sean Paul, Method Man and others. Upon its …
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First released: 11 Feb 2023 | To join New Models, find us via https://patreon.com/newmodels & https://newmodels.substack.comArtist Cory Arcangel joins New Models to chat about his practice at large during the closing days of his Kunstverein Hamburg show, “Flying Foxes.” The conversation originally aired as live video via the Kunstverein, with an in…
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First released: 14 Mar 2023 | To join New Models & receive full stream in real time, find us via https://patreon.com/newmodels & https://newmodels.substack.comIn which Carly & Julian make their first visit to Dubai and return with a new world module installed on their mental hard drives. Many thanks to Shumon Basar and Art Dubai’s Global Art Forum …
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First released: 19 Feb 2023 | To join New Models, find us via https://patreon.com/newmodels & https://newmodels.substack.comAs DIS returns to Germany for the first time since members Lauren Boyle, Solomon Chase, Marco Roso, and David Toro curated 2016’s hotly contested Berlin Biennale 9, Boyle joins New Models to talk about the generation-defining …
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First released: 14 Oct 2022 | To join New Models & receive full stream in real time, find us via https://patreon.com/newmodels & https://newmodels.substack.comIn Berlin with parallel shows at Galerie Sprüth Magers and Schinkel Pavillon, artist JON RAFMAN joins NM to speak about collective memory, the fractured self, embracing the cringe of new cons…
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First released: 22 Jan 2023 | To join New Models, you can find us via https://patreon.com/newmodels & https://newmodels.substack.comCreative director Katharina Korbjuhn updates NM on Paradigm Trilogy, the mobile-first editorial vehicle she launched in 2021 to address how the fashion-adjacent creative sector is changing. As Paradigm’s second release…
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First released: 4 Aug 2022 | To join New Models, you can find us: https://patreon.com/newmodels & https://newmodels.substack.comIn lieu of the regular NM pods, Lil Internet & Carly reflect on their time in the USA these past 2 1/2 weeks—mostly in Maryland and Virginia—and the life/death cycles and spectrum of real/simulation that underscored it. Pl…
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First released: 7 Aug 2022 | To join New Models, you can find us via https://patreon.com/newmodels & https://newmodels.substack.comIn lieu of the regular NM pods, Lil Internet & Carly reflect on their time in the USA these past 2 1/2 weeks—mostly in Maryland and Virginia—and the life/death cycles and spectrum of real/simulation that underscored it,…
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First released: 10 Dec 2022 | To join New Models, you can find us via https://patreon.com/newmodels & https://newmodels.substack.comRecorded mid-“Future of Critique”-conference in the former West German capital of Bonn, this conversation with New York-based artist & consultant DENA YAGO (formerly K-HOLE) and artist JOSHUA CITARELLA real-talk-debrie…
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What exists beyond America’s blue-checkmark core? Journalist JAMES POGUE (Harper’s, New Yorker, American Conservative, plus author of the 2022 Vanity Fair chartbuster “Inside the New Right: Where Peter Thiel is Placing His Biggest Bets,” as well as his 2018 book, Chosen Country) joins NM just before the 2022 midterm elections to sketch out the emer…
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Digital design theorist CADE DIEHM joins NM to discuss his new paper, “The Para-Real: A Manifesto” (published via C/O Berlin and New Design Congress), which gives language to a zone that’s become increasingly prevalent as digital spaces merge into continuous territories. The Para-Real is not the “metaverse,” Cade argues, but a fertile, momentary fo…
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By the end of the 19th century, cascading developments in science, theory, and philosophy were radically challenging the way Western society understood what it means “to think” — and how, in turn, this contemporary sentient human could be depicted. EMMELYN BUTTERFIELD-ROSEN, a scholar of late-19th and early-20th century art, and associate director …
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Artists JOSHUA CITARELLA & RACHEL ROSSIN join NM for a freestyle audit of the 2022 art ecosystem. We discuss how the economy of cultural production, both on-platform and off, is evolving post peak-lockdown.Originally released to NM subscribers 23 SEPT 2022For more: https://rossin.co/ IG: @rachelrossin & @joshuacitarella https://patreon.com/joshuaci…
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Trained in the twilight of legacy media and skilled in the dark arts of the extremely online, BEN DITTO bridges communication systems and cultural logics of the 90s-00s-10s and 20s. In advance of launching his new channel, Ditto Nation, the London-based creative-director/artist /cultural-analyst speaks to NM about the physical limits of the self an…
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Calla Henkel — one half of the artist duo, with Max Pitegoff, behind Berlin’s Times Bar, the New Theater, and currently TV Bar; as well as author of the “thrilling” (Cosmopolitan), “darkly glamorous” (The Stylist) debut novel, Other People’s Clothes (Sceptre, Doubleday, 2021) — talks to NM about scene-creation, image recuperation, and the post-2006…
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Hardboiled trend consultant Ricky Backtrace is hired by a crypto exec to investigate a new kind of marketing agency called a "cancel shop," but things get complicated when the transquadrapedal get involved. This is Ep. 1 of a new long-form radio drama by Lil Internet. // For Ep. 2, subscribe: patreon.com/newmodelsSubscriber release: 19 June 2022…
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Political scientist Kevin Munger joins NM to discuss his new book “Generation Gap: Why the Baby Boomers Still Dominate American Politics and Culture” (Columbia Univ. Press, 2022). Along the way Kevin demystifies the hippie to yuppie pipeline, sheds light on the changing intergenerational contract, explains the origins of the concept of “generations…
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Deep internet A-listers Holly (@holyyyycow) and David Yoakum (@davidy) join NM for the only podcast about Remilia Co.’s ill-famed PFP NFT project you actually need to listen to. From 4chan to Kali/acc, Charlotte Fang to Ryder Ripps, we bring you this niche history so you can judge for yourself how the social web is re-aligning in 2022. Plus: new ae…
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Cultural savants Shumon Basar (The Extreme Self & The Age of Earthquakes) and Dean Kissick (NY editor of Spike Art Magazine) join the show during Berlin Art Week for a sprawling, late-night convo on communication and creative production in year 2022.Along the way, we note the accelerating pace of decades, revisit Marshall McLuhan’s 1967 mass-media …
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NM speaks with Kevin Driscoll, author of The Modem World: A Pre-history of Social Media (Yale Univ. Press, 2022), which examines the physical — and social — technology that underpinned the DIY side of networked technology’s evolution in the ‘80s and ‘90s.Parallel to institutional network culture were the proto-dark-forest communities of BBS network…
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Scholar of media studies and Chernobyl expert Svitlana Matviyenko joins us from Kamyanets Podilskyi, Ukraine to discuss critical infrastructure security and the imminence of cyberwarfare.On this episode, Svitlana, who is also the co-author of Cyberwar & Revolution: Digital Subterfuge of Global Capitalism (U. Minnesota Press, 2020) gives an expanded…
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One of the great millennial club demons, DJ and producer Dances With White Girls (aka Frog) talks to NM about the ever evolving relationship between artists and platforms, from Hollerboard to TikTok. We also talk how AI music software is changing the game, pop-up scenes, and PLUR black tie. Plus: Frog’s 12 Rules for Club Life.Twitter: @dancesNew Re…
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Writer and researcher Sam Moore speaks about his new book, with Alex Roberts, THE RISE of ECOFASCISM: CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE FAR RIGHT (Polity, 2022), which finds, in the dissolution of pre-millennial frameworks for climate, capital, and governance, conditions that are ripe for the re-emergence of fascist formulations of power.We talk to Sam about …
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As Ukrainian forces enter a third week of fighting off Russia’s full-force invasion, artist VOVA VOROTNIOV reports from Kyiv, sharing details from life in the city during wartime, a primer on corruption (both bad and "good"), and what terms he sees for possible resolution (spoiler: Russia go home).Image: Vova Vorotniov, Kyiv, 8 May 2022For more:IG:…
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NM Special Report: Digital Resilience & War w/ Cade DiehmOn this episode, we speak with information security specialist CADE DIEHM of New Design Congress regarding digital infrastructure resilience in a time of network upheaval as the world responds to Russia’s escalation of the war in Ukraine.For more:Tw: @helveticadehttps://newdesigncongress.org/…
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Continuing our context-focused Ukraine Special Reports, we speak with New Models member @pdthorn, whose career path includes working with Open Source Intelligence. OSINT both describes a field of research and its diverse range of publicly available information sources. As Russia has escalated its war in Ukraine this week, OSINT — particularly the c…
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Fashion critic and Interview magazine Senior Editor TAYLORE SCARABELLI speaks to New Models about the much-reported Indie Sleaze revival, sharing insights on its physical re-emergence in IRL NYC. Read Taylore’s related essay in Interview's March print issue (and via link below).Intro monologue: “Indieverse” by LIL INTERNET, co-written with Carly Bu…
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Anastasiya Osipova, a scholar of Soviet and contemporary Russian Culture at the University of Colorado Boulder and co-founder of Cicada Press, speaks with NM from Kyiv, sharing her first-person insights on the Ukrainian/Russian border conflict as well as what the prospect of war does to one’s ability to communicate clearly, and how that shift impac…
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Norwegian artist BJARNE MELGAARD speaks to New Models about his foray into the cryptoverse with his first NFT project, Lightbulb Man — which, in true Melgaard-form, touches the limits of trust in a so-called trustless system.For more: https://lightbulbman.com/Από τον New Models
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In this monologue, Lil Internet ponders the rise and rise of the BADDIE—past, present, and future—and whether the metaverse will render the Baddie Body Industrial Complex obsolete, or open a golden gateway to Baddie transcendence.For more LIL INTERNET radio plays and all New Models content, join https://patreon.com/newmodels and check out our new p…
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In which we speak with writer/critic NORA KHAN and artist/writer JOEL KUENNEN about deep time, rethinking the human in an era of accelerated machine learning, and recognizing the truly experimental in a culture increasingly bound by “aligned incentives.” The conversation took place at La Becque artist residency on the shores of Lake Geneva, where N…
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Over the past year, speculation has surged beyond business media to emerge as a broad-spectrum cultural theme — think Gamestop, Robinhood, tokenized communities, the rise of NFT art. Reflecting on this phenomenon, NM speaks with the gonzo art world/ art market reporter behind @jerrygogosian, artist HILDE LYNN HELPHENSTEIN as well as MATTHEW CAPASSO…
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We are joined by the guardian angel of New Models' digital presence, designer and developer JON LUCAS. With clients ranging from PIN-UP magazine to Bjarne Melgaard to SOPHIE (†), Jon shares with us reflections on his practice at large, as well as the origins and future of https://newmodels.ioFor more: jon-l.com@jonlucaswebites…
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Artist and composer ADR (Aaron David Ross) stops by NM on the occasion of his new album, Filter Failure and launch of his label with Gatekeeper partner Matthew Arkell, Legendarium. Reflecting on his past decade of cultural production—see: Safdie Brothers’ Uncut Gems, Grant Singer’s iconic 2012 cult short, IRL; collaborations with Dis, Kelela, Lafaw…
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NY/Paris-based creative director Katharina Korbjuhn speaks to New Models about the launch of PARADIGM TRILOGY, a new publication crystalizing the gap between the legacy fashion/media sector and the post-digital — and even post-individual world — its audiences increasingly inhabit. For more:@katkorb@paradigmtrilogyhttp://www.paradigmtrilogy.com/http…
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Theorist BENJAMIN BRATTON joins NM to discuss his newest book, The Revenge of the Real: Politics for a Post-Pandemic World (Verso, 2021), which reflects on human society’s capacity for sensing and calibrating to the the vicissitudes of an increasingly turbulent Earth—and innovatively governing in turn. In this first segment of a two-episode release…
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