From January 2023 REWORLDING will be available on all major streaming platforms.

Hosted by experienced broadcaster and creative director Gaylene Gould, the series asks how artists can help reimagine existing worlds and create new ones.

What is a world, and how do we begin to reshape it? What role can artists play in this?

Serpentine is delighted to announce new episodes of its podcast. REWORLDING, is a curated series featuring five new episodes launching from 18 January 2023 on streaming platforms.

Hosted by Gaylene Gould, an experienced broadcaster and creative director, the series will discuss art and ideas for a changing world. Gould invites listeners to contemplate innovative tools that will enable artists, practitioners, and their collaborators to help to reimagine existing worlds and create new ones.

REWORLDING aims to provide all listeners tools and practices to explore in their own lives – such as nurturing other living beings and remembering that we’re all part of nature, sustaining memories of people and places, as well as striking up new relationships and learning together.

This new series will explore how today’s leading artists and thinkers are engaging with worldbuilding, collective dreaming and collaborative transformation.

The podcast presents a striking selection of interviews, discussions, sound landscapes, audio works, and materials from Serpentine’s vast archive. Each episode will be presented as an artistic and emotive experience bringing together interdisciplinary perspectives.

Listeners will enjoy the high-quality sound by audio production company, Reduced Listening, which won an Audio Production Award in 2022.


Barbara Chase-Riboud (currently featured at Serpentine North in Infinite Folds), Kamala Ibrahim Ishag (currently featured at Serpentine South in States of Oneness until 29th January 2023), Tai Shani, Samson Kambalu, Irenosen Okojie, Etel Adnan & Gavin Bryars, Alvaro Barrington, Gabriel Massan (an exhibition of their work will be presented at Serpentine North in Summer 2023), LYZZA, Assemble, Material Institute, Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg (Pollinator Pathmaker), Es Devlin, Richard Sennett, Rory Pilgrim, Zing Tsjeng, Tuur van Balen & Revital Cohen, Libby Heaney & Nabihah Iqbal, KMRU, Perez & Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Penny Wilson, Yussef Agbo-Ola, Maria Thereza Alvez & AMAAIAC, Sumayya Vally, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Sulafa Elyas, Hans Ulrich Obrist & guest fauna, and others.


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