Philosophy of Voice | E66 w/ Tim Adalin & O.G. Rose
E66 | Philosophy of Voice w/ Tim Adalin & O.G. Rose
Recorded in May 2022, O.G. Rose invited Tim Adalin to dialogue on the topic ‘The Phenomenology of Voice’. Now edited for parts which were time sensitive, this conversation is a sincere and deep sharing on the importance of voice to philosophy, alongside interwoven themes of self-forgetfulness, embodied meta-praxis, and our relation to violence and transformation.
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O.G. Rose will be joining Tim to teach a module titled ‘The Phenomenology of Voice’ in the forthcoming six week Voicecraft Academy course titled ‘Transformative Philosophy’. This conversation can be engaged with as a dialogical journey into the context for interaction that this module will invite.
O.G. Rose’s new book, Thoughts can be purchased from Amazon here. And you can also follow O.G. Rose across Twitter, Instagram, and their website, in addition to their YouTube channel which released regular philosophical content, including dialogues and audio essays.
As mentioned, this podcast was initially invited and published by O.G. Rose in video form, which can be watched here. Daniel is also a core part of the Voicecraft Network and regularly contributes to private and public dialogues. He will be teaching a module in the forthcoming Voicecraft Academy course ‘Transformative Philosophy’, which begins October 10. The module is partly inspired by the podcast above, and will be titled ‘The Phenomenology of Voice’.
Daniel Garner as one part to the O.G. Rose duo spent several years working collaboratively with other artists at Eunoia, a creative community Rose helped develop in Central Virginia. Rose now lives on a farm, manages a wedding venue named Mead Lake Lodge, operates Frozen Glory Photography, and teaches piano using visuals from the DLG Pattern Method.
A finalist for the 2020 UNO Press Lab Prize and 46th Pushcart Nominee, Rose’s creative works appear at The Write Launch, Allegory Ridge, Streetlight Magazine, Ponder Review, Iowa Review, The William and Mary Review, Assure Press, Toho Journal, West Trade Review, ellipsis, Poydras Review, Open, and Broken Pencil.
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