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Sondra Perry featured in Season 2.0 of the podcast series

photo credit: digitalearth.art, barbaralondon.net
photo credit: digitalearth.art, barbaralondon.net

Alfred University alumna Sondra Perry ('12) is featured in Season 2.0 of the podcast series, Barbara London Calling, one of 12 conversations with groundbreaking artists working at the forefront of media technology.


Alfred University alumna Sondra Perry ('12) is featured in Season 2.0 of the podcast series, Barbara London Calling, one of 12 conversations with groundbreaking artists working at the forefront of media technology.

Barbara London (MoMA) speaking with Sondra Perry, an interdisciplinary artist born 1986 in Perth Amboy, New Jersey. Sondra creates insightful artwork using video, computer-based media, installation and performance. She is one of today’s bright, young stars, highly respected as an innovator.

Together these artists and Barbara London explore the uncharted terrain of a medium perpetually evolving with society, with technology and with us, its users. Barbara London, American, is a New York based curator who founded the video-media exhibition and collection programs at the Museum of Modern Art, NYC. She has curated, written and published many media arts exhibition catalogs. Her recent book, 2020 is “Video/Art, The First 50 Years”. Her current projects include the podcast series “Barbara London Calling” and the exhibition “Seeing Sound” (Independent Curators International, 2020-2024).

Season 2.0 launches December 1, 2021 with three artist interviews: Auriea Harvey [Apple / Spotify], Jakob Kudsk Steensen [Apple / Spotify] and Lorraine O’Grady [Apple / Spotify]. In Season 2.0, new episodes every two weeks through April 2022, with artists Tracey Moffatt (Sydney), Amar Kanwar (New Delhi), Sondra Perry (New York), Nalini Malani (Mumbai), Ryoji Ikeda (Paris/Kyoto), Ed Atkins (Copenhagen), Ken Okiishi (New York), Aura Satz (London), and Lucy Raven (New York).

A special thirteenth episode—the season finale of Barbara London Calling 2.0—features a conversation with curator Valerie Cassel Oliver. Follow on Instagram (@barbara_london_calling) to keep up with series news. Keep an eye on the website for full transcripts of each episode and links to the works discussed. Listen to the Season 2.0 intro on Apple and Spotify. Barbara London Calling 2.0 received generous funding from the Kramlich Art Foundation. Be sure to catch up on the thirteen episodes in Season 1, too.