On today's episode, Evelyn Kreutzer, a Berlin-based scholar, curator, and video essayist, joins to discuss her videographic origin story, collaborative projects (including ⁠Once Upon a Screen⁠ and ⁠Moving Poems⁠), videographic vulnerability, the new ⁠Videography⁠ section of the journal zfm, and more.
We also discuss Evelyn's video essay, "⁠Footsteps⁠," and a ⁠moving poem⁠ by Desirée de Jesús that pairs A Raisin in the Sun (1961) with Langston Hughes's 1951 poem "Harlem."​​​​​​​
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Will DiGravio hosted and produced this episode. Emily Su Bin Ko is the show's associate producer. ⁠Music by Ketsa⁠: "Live It," "Anvil," and "Refraining."
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