Nancy Nowacek - Talking to Strangers

Nancy Nowacek is an interdisciplinary working with the body at the intersection of digital technologies and the built environment, the regulation of the natural environment, and the forms of choreography embedded within. She creates participatory platforms, images, and objects that engender a sense of agency in an increasingly uncertain world and forge new imaginaries of power. She has been supported by residencies and fellowships from Eyebeam, the Jerome Foundation, Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program and Recess. Her work has been shown in North America,  Europe and South America. She prefers laughter. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:

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We’re inherently social animals, right? But so often, we pass silently on the street, in our cars, on the sidewalk - within our echo chambers. We've lost the art of conversation. That increasing isolation is undermining our collective prosperity. Let's practice having great conversations again! This podcast is part of an ongoing project, Possibility Hours, that provides a unique experience for political, economic, and social leaders, who are neighbors but strangers, to envision equitable, sustainable, and resilient possibilities for seemingly intractable urban problems. Support this podcast: