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Artipoeus is an audio journey through the world of art. "The Moth" meets modern art in this podcast that asks "why does art even matter"? From the biggest museums to graffiti in the streets, join host Susie Kahlich as she shares her adventures as an expat, stories from her colorful past, and thoughts on love, ageing, current events and what it means to be a global citizen, using art as the bridge to try and make sense of our world. Featuring original tracks from the best independently produced music across Europe.

Customer Reviews

Great podcast

Super interesting, well-narrated quick bites about art! Love it!

mesmerizing voice

each show is beautifully structured with many fascinating tidbits

Brilliant and innovative

Susie combines masterful storytelling with an uncanny ability to reconstruct art with her words. Using a rich history and a deep knowledge of philosophical and sociological underpinnings of her themes, she takes listeners along a audible journey- through her own life, into larger social issues, and of course, the art itself. It is never pretentious or leaving you to wonder why you are listening-instead of looking- at art. It is a fascinating and original way to experience visual art, and even experience its impact as a third- person, a witness to the potential of art in the world at large. The writing is spectacular and the editing shows Susie's ability to draw from larger works and use music, recordings and other fragments as their own form of symbolism. In short, it's educational, captivating, and deeply moving. Highly, highly recommend.

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