The Monocle Weekly

Matthew Yokobosky, Ash Koosha and Liz Gilmore

15

15

00:00 / 00:00

/

Cover art for The Monocle Weekly

25 August 2019

Episode 529

01 hour

Matthew Yokobosky, fashion and material culture curator at the Brooklyn Museum, discusses a new exhibition on retro-futurist icon Pierre Cardin. Plus: we meet Ash Koosha, an electronic composer and futurist, to learn more about his latest creation – an artificial intelligence called Yona, and we take a trip to the seaside to learn more about the recently rebranded Hastings Contemporary from its director Liz Gilmore.

25 August 2019

Share episode

Download

Chapter 1

9 minutes

15

15

/

Chapter 1

Introduction

Cover art for The Monocle Weekly

Monocle’s Culture editor Chiara Rimella dives behind the pages of the ‘Summer Weekly’ with Tom Edwards and Augustin Macellari.

9 minutes

Share chapter 1

Chapter 2

13 minutes

15

15

/

Chapter 2

Matthew Yokobosky

Cover art for The Monocle Weekly

Brooklyn Museum’s senior fashion and material culture curator, Matthew Yokobosky, joins us to discuss a new exhibition, ‘Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion’, which unpacks the iconic designer’s considerable legacy.

13 minutes

Share chapter 2

Chapter 3

16 minutes

15

15

/

Chapter 3

Ash Koosha

Cover art for The Monocle Weekly

Besides a lauded career as an electronic composer and musician, Ash Koosha is also a futurologist and all-round innovator. We catch up with him to learn more about his latest creation: an AI singer called Yona.

16 minutes

Share chapter 3

Chapter 4

18 minutes

15

15

/

Chapter 4

Liz Gilmore

Cover art for The Monocle Weekly

Hastings Contemporary, formerly known as the Jerwood Gallery, on England’s south coast is one of the nation’s leading galleries. Director Liz Gilmore tells us more about rebranding and the current programme.

18 minutes

Share chapter 4

/

sign in to monocle

new to monocle?

Print magazine subscriptions start from £55.

Subscribe now

Loading...

/

15

15

Live

00:0001:00

  • Global Music