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Interviews & inspiration for photographers with host Shawn Moreton. Brought to you by Archipelago Presets, developers of innovative Lightroom presets for photographers that push the boundaries of creativity. Visit us at https://archipelagopresets.com/
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The Archipelago

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A 60-minute talk show featuring theorists, artists and writers contemplating on the cultural moment. The Archipelago follows ideas that erupt from the abyss of human activity, diverse and divergent at first, before congealing into a new pensive framework. A podcast series as an archive of differing viewpoints, blending together into an imaginary production of the future. Hosted by Yannis-Orestis Papadimitriou
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A tiny show guiding you through the rocky landscape of museums. Museum Archipelago believes that no museum is an island and that museums are not neutral. Taking a broad definition of museums, host Ian Elsner brings you to different museum spaces around the world, dives deep into institutional problems, and introduces you to the people working to fix them. Each episode is never longer than 15 minutes, so let’s get started.
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In his book, On the Shores of Politics, Jacques Ranciere argues that the Western Platonic project of utopian politics has been based upon 'an anti-maritime polemic'. The treacherous boundaries of the political are imagined as island shores, riverbanks, and abysses. Its enemies are the mutinous waves and the drunken sailor. 'In order to save politics', writes Ranciere, 'it must be pulled aground among the shepherds'. And yet, as Ranciere points out, this always entails the paradox that to fou ...
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While working at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History during the pandemic, Dr. Morgan Rehnberg recognized the institution's limited capacity to develop new digitals exhibits with the proprietary solutions that are common in big museums. This challenge led Rehnberg to start work on Exhibitera, a free, open-source suite of software tools tail…
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The Murney Tower Museum in Kingston, Ontario, Canada is a small museum. Open for only four months of the year and featuring only one full-time staff member, the museum is representative of the many small institutions that make up the majority of museums. With only a fraction of the resources of large institutions, this long tail distribution of sma…
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Computing work keeps museums running, but it’s largely invisible. That is, unless something goes wrong. For Dr. Paul Marty, Professor in the School of Information at Florida State University and his colleague Kathy Jones, Program Director of the Museum Studies Program at the Harvard Extension School, shining a light on the behind-the-scenes activit…
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On Berlin’s Museum Island, four stone lion statues perch in the Pergamon Museum. Three of these lions are originals — that is to say, lions carved from dolerite rock between the 10th and 8th centuries BCE in Samʼal (Zincirli) in southern Turkey. And one is a plaster copy made a little over 100 years ago. Pergamon Museum curator Pinar Durgun has hea…
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Since it opened in 1981 to celebrate the ruling Bulgarian Communist Party, Buzludzha has centered the visitor experience. Every detail and sightline of the enormous disk of concrete perched on a mountaintop in the middle of Bulgaria was designed to impress, to show how Bulgarian communism was the way of the future – a kind of alternate Tomorrowland…
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“Opening Champagne with a sword is more fun. You can feel it in your stomach.” So says Marianne Sass Petersen — a bookkeeper from Amager whose life changed when she attended a Champagne sabering competition at Tivoli. Dedicating herself to the art of opening Champagne bottles with swords, she went on to win the Danish championship — and launch a su…
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In episode five, we meet the chef trying to put Amager on the culinary map — quite literally. Yngve Fobian is the head chef at Øens Spisested — a "local" restaurant in more ways than one. For one thing, most of its ingredients are from Amager — a haul celebrated on a map in the dining room. Fish come from the icy waters of the Øresund, vegetables f…
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The Helgoland sea-bathing club, at the northern tip of Amager's beach, is home to one of the world's oldest winter-bathing associations, Det Kolde Gys ("The Cold Shock"). In episode four of This Amarkaner Life, we brave the heat of the sauna and the icy waters of the Øresund to talk to some of the association's hardiest members. We meet a woman who…
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There's already a bit of a buzz around this episode — if only because the Amarkaners in question are the island’s hard-working honeybees. In episode three, we visit Bybi — a bee-powered project based in Amager’s historic Sundholm district — to meet its British founder, Oliver Maxwell. We learn about Bybi's unusual origin story and location, discove…
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In the early days of this podcast, every time I searched for Museum Archipelago on the internet, the top result would be a small museum in rural Finland called the Archipelago Museum. As my podcast continued to grow and my search rankings improved, I didn’t forget about the Archipelago Museum. Instead, I wondered what they were up to. What were the…
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Please return your seatbacks and tray tables to their fully upright position because we'll shortly be landing at one of Amager’s best-known restaurants — Flyvergrillen. You'll find it at Copenhagen airport, but don’t go looking for it before your next flight. Because Flyvergrillen isn’t so much at the airport as right alongside it. Indeed, the only…
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"Amager is a great place. Amager is number one.” So says Kurt Helmann Jensen ("Kurt like Kurt Russell"). And he should know. For one thing, he's a self-proclaimed "Amarkaner" — a dyed-in-the-wool resident of Amager, the much-maligned, teardrop-shaped island in southern Copenhagen. He's also the chairman of the association that runs Dyrenes Mindegra…
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The Computer Games Museum in Berlin knows that its visitors want to play games, so it lets them. The artifacts are fully-playable video games, from early arcade classics like PacMac to modern console and PC games, all with original hardware and controllers. By putting video games in a museum space, the Computer Games Museum invites visitors to beco…
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Interview with Scott Kelby, an award winning photographer, designer, & author of more than 100 books, including his latest: The Travel Photography Book - Step-by-step techniques to capture breathtaking travel photos like the pros.In this new book, Scott shares all his secrets and time-tested techniques as he discusses everything, including his go-t…
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Photographer David Ulrich is author of several books, including his newest release: 'The Mindful Photographer - Awake in the world with a camera'.David's new book shows how photography can be an inner practice, that leads you, more fully into a rich engagement with the world, and a platform for sharing your questions, observations, and discoveries.…
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Joe McNally has been writing a book for the last two years. He’s been thinking about it for the last five. And living it for the last 40, as an internationally acclaimed photographer whose award-winning work has appeared in numerous magazines, including National Geographic, Time, LIFE, Sports Illustrated, and more.In The Real Deal: Field Notes from…
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Alex Stoddard is a conceptual portrait photographer living in Los Angeles, California. Born and raised in rural Georgia, he was inspired by his surroundings and rural isolation, & began taking self-portraits as a teenager. Photography became a means of escape, allowing him to construct elaborate scenes and step into the role of different characters…
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Lori Grace Bailey is a storm chaser.An extraordinary photographer, she chases supercell storms and tornados in the mid-west, haboobs or sandstorms in the southwest, and elusive sprites, creating breathtaking photographs and timelapse images of these incredible phenomena.Her work has appeared in major publications and television outlets including Ba…
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When Ana Elizabeth González was growing up in Panama, the history she learned about the Panama Canal in school told a narrow story about the engineering feat of the Canal’s construction by the United States. This public history reflected the politics of Panama and control over the Canal. Today, González is executive Director of the Panama Canal Mus…
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Peter Hurley hardly needs an introduction.An Olympic rower, turned model, turned world-renowned headshot photographer & author, he now shares his knowledge through leading workshops and speaking engagements around the world.Founder of the headshot crew, his influence & style has inspired thousands of photographers globally.As the photography commun…
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As the Apollo 11 astronauts hurtled towards the moon on July 18th, 1969, members of the Nixon administration realized they should probably make a contingency plan. If the astronauts didn’t make it – or, even more horrible, if they made it to the moon and crashed and had no way to get back to earth – Richard Nixon would have to address the nation. T…
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Quintavius Oliver is an Atlanta based fine art and documentary photographer who uses his engaging portraits as a means of self exploration and sensitive storytelling. He acquired his first camera at the age of six from his grandmother and immediately began to document his ever expanding world without a second thought. Completely self-taught and rea…
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Toronto-based Darren Goldstein works as a Unit Still Photographer for TV & Film productions.Darren has photographed hundreds of music, film and Television stars like Amy Winehouse, Adele, Drake, Lady Gaga, and Bradley Cooper, to name a few.He specializes in unit and gallery photography for Television shows, and some of Darren’s clients also include…
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Public historian and writer Tegan Kehoe knows that museum visitors act differently around the same object presented in different contexts—like how the same visitor excited by a bayonet that causes a triangular wound in an exhibit of 18th-century weapons could be disgusted by that same artifact when it’s presented in an exhibit of 18th-century medic…
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Gulnara Samoilova is a street and fine art photographer based in New York City and the founder of @WomenStreetPhotographers Instagram feed. She holds a certificate in creative practices from the International Center of Photography in New York City and a diploma in photography from the Moscow Polytech College. Gulnara is a former Associated Press ph…
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Bryan Caporicci is a photographer, educator, host of the Business of Photography Podcast, and the CEO of Sprout Studio.Bryan wears many hats, and so it is no surprise that he runs Sprout Studio, a management suite that helps photographers get their time back, and streamline their business.With client management & scheduling, galleries, album proofi…
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Rachel Greiman is a copywriter & photographer, and the founder of Green Chair Stories.Rachel has created a business helping photographers find their voice, and build better copy for their websites & client interactions.In this interview we chat about intention, feelings, and other concepts that will help photographers not only create amazing client…
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In 1969, noticing that technological progress was changing their fields, heads of Finish industry came together to found a technology museum in Finland. Today, the Museum of Technology in Helsinki is the only general technological museum in the country. But of course, technical progress didn’t stop changing, as service coordinator Maddie Hentunen n…
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Adam Ferguson is an Australian photographer, a member of the VII Photo Agency and a contributor to The New York Times, Time Magazine and National Geographic, among others.A true visual storyteller, his work has won numerous awards and much recognition, and is always thougthful & compelling.Adam shares some insight into his career & process, and we …
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Rob Dight is an elopement & couples photographer based in Ireland.Alongside being an expert in his niche, he has a passion for education that he shares with the photography community.A proponent of the idea of the rising tide that lifts all ships, you can find Rob sharing his knowledge in his FB education group, through workshops, and the many guid…
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The deliberate exclusion of Black history and the history of slavery in the American South has been slow to reverse. But Jazz Dottin, creator and host of the Black Gems Unearthed YouTube channel says it can be just as slow in New England. Each video features Dottin somewhere in her home state of Massachusetts, often in front of a plaque or historic…
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In 1916, concerned that the remote Rhodope mountains would be hard to defend against foreign invaders, a young Bulgarian Kingdom decided to build a narrow gauge railway to connect villages and towns to the rest of the country. The Bulgarian King himself, Tsar Boris III, drove the first locomotive to the town of Belitsa to celebrate its opening. But…
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Faisa Omer is a studio photographer and mental health professional. She was born and raised in Ottawa, Ontario. Her parents immigrated to Canada in the early 90s to escape the Somali Civil War. Faisa's recognized work includes the "Reclaiming Ritchie" project that showcased the racial divide in the west-end Ottawa neighbourhood as well as "It's Dif…
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The Pleven Panorama transports visitors through time, but not space. The huge, hand-painted panorama features the decisive battles of the Russian-Turkish War of 1877–78, fought at this exact spot, which led to Bulgaria’s Liberation. The landscape of Pleven, Bulgaria depicted is exactly what you see outside the building, making it seem like you’re w…
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Bill Wadman is a portrait photographer living in Brooklyn, New York. His images have been seen on the covers and pages of major publications, books, and galleries throughout the world.A prolific creator, he has an endless curiosity that drives him, and this is evident by the diversity of endeavors he has taken on. These include his acclaimed 365por…
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In the years of the Greek crisis from 2010 onwards, a new style emerged in Greek cinema. Named by curators and journalists “Weird Wave,” it gradually took over international audiences despite its vast diversity in themes and styles. In 2018, “The Favourite,” the latest feature film of one of Weird Wave’s pioneers, Yorgos Lanthimos, was nominated fo…
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