Jul 27, 2019
In this episode, you’ll hear Charles Shackleton. Shackleton? Yes, that rings a bell: he is a relative of the famous polar explorer Ernest Shackelton who died in 1922.
Charles’ field of exploration is wood for making furniture.
When I sat with him, he told me how he uses handmade techniques to instill his...
Jul 18, 2019
Miranda's pottery is collected in many places, including those
of celebrities like former President Obama. When I sat with
her, she told me that clay is the body of her work. What happens to
it is an expression of who she is. It is a very humble
material that constantly tests her and grounds her.
When I asked about her...
Jul 12, 2019
When I sat with Eric, in his office, at the basement of his restaurant, he told me how spirituality has changed his life and his creativity.
He started as a tough chef in his kitchen, screaming and humiliating his team, throwing pots and pans on the floor, because he thought it was the right thing to do. Over the years,...
Jul 4, 2019
J’ai rencontré Noémie de passage à New York. Dans ses spectacles, elle ne part pas en guerre contre les hommes, mais contre les préjugés. Ceux des hommes, (mais aussi parfois, ceux des femmes) qui reproduisent des comportements violents, blessants ou oppressants entre les deux sexes et au-delà, par rapport à...