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Kristensen, J C and Pope, Emily. 2019. Slime Radio Hour. [Broadcast]

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Abstract or Description

In this radio programme for Montez Press Radio, I explore in conversation with the artist and publisher Emily Pope the historical and theoretical ideas around slime as they are developing in my book project, Slime: A History. Firstly we talk about ectoplasm in spiritualist practices in the early twentieth century, before turning to slime as toxic matter in postwar American film, as joyous material of the late twentieth century children's television culture and as the anxious matter of early twenty-first century social media. I also choose tracks to accompany each of the four slimey sections.

Item Type:

Broadcast

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Keywords:

Slime, Toxic Waste, Ectoplasm, Spiritualism, Postwar American Film, Children's Television, ASMR, Anxiety, Materialisms, Materiality

Departments, Centres and Research Units:

Design

Date:

24 August 2019

Dimensions or Duration:

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55 minutes 52 secondsDuration

Item ID:

27430

Date Deposited:

05 Nov 2019 12:14

Last Modified:

08 Nov 2019 15:04

URI:

http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/27430

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