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Holly Herndon, Claire Denis, and Caren, Claudia and Todd Strauss-Schulson

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12 May 2019

Episode 514

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Experimental musician Holly Herndon discusses how she put cutting-edge technology to work on her groundbreaking new album ‘Proto’. Plus: legendary film-maker Claire Denis on deep space and busting taboos in her new film ‘High Life’, and the custodians of a collection of doodles by some of the world’s greatest minds explain how they compiled them into a book.

12 May 2019

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Holly Herndon

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Since her debut album was released in 2012, electronic musician Holly Herndon has been pushing the boundaries of what’s possible; she explains how an artificial-intelligence programme helped shape the sound of her new album ‘Proto’.

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Claire Denis

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Auteur Claire Denis has garnered worldwide acclaim for her unflinching explorations of life in modern France. She joins us to talk taboos, justice and deep space in her extraordinary new film ‘High Life’.

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Doodles

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Caren, Claudia and Todd Strauss-Schulson explain how an inherited collection of doodles from some of the greatest thinkers of the 20th century inspired a new book, ‘Scrawl: Sketches, Jottings and Notes from the Greatest Minds in History’.

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