17 Burst results for "Jeff Koons"

"jeff koons" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The deadly terror attacks in paris the american artist jeff koons offered a gift to the city to commemorate the tragedy a huge twelve meter high sculpture depicting a hand offering a bunch of multi colored balloon tulips the problem is that not many parisians seem to want it last week 24 artists museum work is collectors and politicians put their name to a letter deeming kunduz work and i quote 'an appropriate and undemocratic and architecturally patrimonial a artistically financially and technically shocking one of the signatories is gabrielle mobilia prominent modern art gallery owner in paris so what made her signed the letter well actually everything you've accurate interpretation mm all apply teruo raised in the this kind of partition i agreed with i mean the probably been so what's been race is that they say it's not public cart it's private money it's private art but it is in a public space so i think it should have had a call for entries animals that's the word in english but that art is could propose different things because i think i've worked on uh on public guard before and i had an artist who did the memorial for slavery inolved in two fourteen years but the people would judging his work or people who work concerned with a subject which is not the case of the jeff koons species like the families of the victims or the associations who are taking care of the victims were not consulted so the other day somebody said i should the image of them is jeff koons piece in the street they liked it till i told them what it was about so for me it's not a memorial like jeff koons says oh it's a peacefully joy than his son of the memorial that's who is.

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"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Behavior that it is an important activity in some supporting young people's understanding of how communities work democratic processes that they would be every reason to do what the scottish government did a couple of years ago they reduce the voting age from 18 down to sixteen and so i think in this paypal what we're trying to do is to say there is no single wrought age at which you become an adult you're talking about the ability to exercise judgment and immaturity the mentioning voting what about the age of buying liquor joining the military getting married consensual sex should all those things change well in the paper what this is exactly what way describing that that this way of thinking about adolescence as a time of empowerment of engagement in the world of creativity of learning and also of some vulnerability helps us to think as a a community about the age of what some things should be brought forward that are relatively safe like volvo saying versus the age of things that are perhaps less safe all more vulnerable such as military service for example where they would be every age to be not having that at sixteen and not even having that at eighteen arguably but at an older age so that it is rather a framework for helping people think about balancing both protection of young people and the empowerment of young people so let's move be your in a more nuanced way rather than just singles thinking that there is a single age at which everything should happen i think you're going to generate a lot of discussion at dinner tables of our vest massar and thank you for that it's really interesting thanks carol susan sawyer is the chair of adolescent health at the university of melbourne we reached her in london.

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"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Of different understandings of the timing of brain maturation the other thing is that changed as the timing of this social role transitions that you've just been articulating then about this extended period that young people have in tissue education in particular and in many parts of the world the dates that a crew as part of that and when we bring biology ends social role transitions together what we're talking about in this paper is well what does this mean in terms of the policies that we should be putting in place to maximize the acquisition of assets that young people should be gaining across the adolescent years that then place them in the best position possible in terms of maximizing what i refer to as young people's life chances so we're seeing the aid for things like health care benefits they're all creeping up his young people stay home longer do you imagine that laws and social graham's would go in the same direction if if we should accept that adolescents should extend to the age of twenty four i think it's not just up would expanding because in terms of at description of what adolescence is what we are highlighting is that this is a very significant period of human development that development happens when young people are both protected and so legal frameworks or access to health insurance with family insurance schemes as you were mentioning these are some of the things that we believe should be extended up would in age but we actually then calling for a whole lot of other aspects to be extended down would in age in the paper we use the example of voting so the japanese government a couple of years ago to my way of thinking rightly low idiots age of voting from twenty down to eighteen and we argue that actually given that voting is a very safe.

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"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Clip in which he was asked why he was still unwilling to return to south africa in though it happen is that if i stepped into south africa today i would actually be saying to myself hugh you are inferior to the white people of south africa whose hey you inferior that a b o would be saying that the laws offer at a in south africa that all met people all right so i mean i've been dosing this as deputy in madness it's happening the c now drop probably win because his regan his his pal lima into said frank if you go over there you'll give us some credibility and slit like all constructive engagement being one look so bad because you are the ball i frankly do it for the gipper you know what i meant merely jackson ray charles cranston naturally judge benson giving a miserable time because people boycotted them when they come it from day and just the comma is bad you know you can play in that wrong thing especially if you're warned than you do in spite of ben cutting the come of tunisia two million oppressed people for the old 300 life but i mean the situation in south african than the present government is terminal and night and racial terminal disease from a cbc sunday morning documentary from 1984 that was the lead jazz musician and activist hugh masekela uh let's say you're in your early twenties and you still live in your parents basement no judgment and no shame.

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"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Two more in south africa yeah it it it was all too songs um but but but the politico songs which aslan event at the time soul you'd op people need at ah hiding place so to speak you know so the music became are hiding place this is this is the space where people kick could could be themselves and rejoice within that music and durum also remember that a lot of the songs within on radio so sam songs might sound nazel putty to cowpats it was just like you know sort of fusing colds because these a lot of political messages that we're protein songs that didn't even sound some of them saarland's sounded at become a key but you know it was just a way of getting a messy through an um the the the black people in south africa at the time could understand you've been songs that didn't sound quitting tacoma was still politico because it was that he di up odds than anybody in of the people and they must be patient of our people end up this was the key thing you know can you tell us a bit about his decision was what was no he was e e went into exile selfimposed for 30 ears he left south africa how difficult was that for him to do so he he speaks up are being an exiled in steadying twitchy in in the in in english you know because he had not speak his native tired and for a long time and that just goes to show the damage that was done by app update no an exiled as well and he says he was once in new york and he was really or was going crazy and he was walking um um and and speaking in his native tongue just to himself almost going crazy but just because he felt their what there was a need for him to connect with with his people to connect with hold so that.

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"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"In south africa today radio's near buds are bursting with the sound of hugh masakela trumpet the jazz musician and antiapartheid activist died today he was 78 years old and the call hugh masakela a giant in south africa would be an understatement mr masakela took the jazz seen by storm in the 1950s with his own catchy brand of bebop but the politics of the apartheid regime made it increasingly difficult for him to perform their when the south african government banned any gatherings of more than ten black people jazz music was driven underground and the increasing repression drove hugh masekela into exile for the next thirty years away from home his country was never far from his thoughts or is music which became darker and more political he was never forgotten in south africa and finally in 1990 the same year nelson mandela was released from prison hugh masakela came home and played and he continued to play up into the months before his death indo busa martini is a jazz pianist and a friend of humus a callous we reached him in johannesburg introduce the first of all i'm sorry for the loss of your friend yeah gays credit is quite him as set moment fall for all says his friends fellow musicians but also justice said moment full for the whole world at large and what how is the news of his death how is it greeted in south africa can you describe how people reacted all most of the people that shocked all and this is partly because of some hauled the energy that he he was in thames off he was a lively pessene soul is difficult to believe that um someone like him as portrayed by most people they they saying it's had to believe that someone is strong as he he's gave up when you heard the news at hugh masekela had died what but go.

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"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Justin trudeau was at the davos summit in switzerland today just in time for his government to sign onto a huge new trans trade dual deal the prime minister delivered a keynote speech to the billionaires in their bodies crowd and then took a few friendly questions gave him a chance to present the new trade deal as a lesson about doing global business in an era of populism and fear the this is an example of the push back against globalization antitrade and closing off the you can move forward but you need to include the things that citizens care about if they're going to get support for trade and it's it's not easy it would have been easier for us to say okay fine with trade is important will sign in we'll try and figure it out later but if we're going to push back against the trade tendency in globalization that will leave us all worseoff we we have to put the concerns and the well being of our ordinary citizens at the centre of what we are to go sheeting and that's what all eleven of us have been able to do with the cp tpp if you're very convincing do you think it's such a good deal that you can later on sierra a neighbor in the south also joining how we're we're working very hard to make sure that our neighbor to the south recognizes how good nafta is and that his benefited not just our economy but his economy and the world's economy but were were also very much open to two more trade deals involving more people as long as it's in the best benefit of all of our citizens prime minister justin trudeau taking questions at the davos summit in switzerland today.

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"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Commercial uh goals so he's just the block lying or maybe he just what she's thinking you know but i think these bouquet would be i could say two in front of the building of president trump in new york in front of the trump tower yeah it is the place to be but that we should get to who is paying for this because jeff koons said it was a gift he was donating at does this gesture where is not the case okay whereas the narrowing friday that funding for building this culture but for uh allowing the culture to be put wary kids they are not to be spent so that the cia does a break the the i don't know how you think you know that has to do a dropped off complete underneath this is the reince the reinforcements they the three of the base thank you of yet making two plus in fact mr kuhne's the donation i guess consists only of he's giving the concept of the sculpture and all the funds for producing it that is paid for by fundraising and then taxpayers pay for the reinforcement of the installation so apec could it so the the ferry here now saying he would be a some have said that the that jeff koons is more accomplished in the art market than he is in the arts studio would you agree with that i very this way of seeing that he's a very but upi.

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"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Moon renewed in the arizona desert near the border with mexico volunteers lee behind water jugs for migrants crossing into the us by foot the groups called no more deaths it's members have been doing this for years they recently captured video which they released this month showing border patrol agents finding those water jugs and taking them over and soon after that video was released a volunteer from no more deaths was arrested and charged scott worn is accused of harboring two people in the country illegally page corrige climb is a fellow volunteer with the group return tucson discourage crime how did you react when he learned that your fellow volunteer scott warren had been arrested and charged we were are a bit shocked earlier that day at about hamlet of just had a press conference where he had released the findings of a report here is that were publishing called the disappear how us border enforcement agencies are feeling a missing my grand crisis and the content of that report was really focused on interference with humanitarian aid destruction of aid supplies agents kicking destroying dumping out gallons of water and then also harassment of volunteers so the timing i think was really shocking and it felt a lot like retaliation for us releasing this report can you tell us what mr weren has been charged with he ascott warren was arrested last week and he is being charged with felony harboring of their charges relating to human smuggling the allegations are that he came into contact with two people at a place called the barn and auto arizona and that he gave them food water and clothing and are you can't but i'll just say what's been reported the barn is considered to be refuge for people coming from mexico and the united states border patrol agents the the approach to bar.

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"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"But i think the problem we have is that when a man and woman coming into an office window case was the us consulate in toronto and bring both of their kids and both of their names are on both birth certificates why would you even suspect the deal was an icf process there was a surrogate involved maybe andrew is infertile which he is the us citizen and and none of the kids would be related to him and i am is uh if i was a woman i'm his israeli wife she would never be able to know that and she would never ask back because she assumes we are both parents of both kids and she assumes that um we have genetic connection because we are under burst of cigarettes off the kits dr discrimination par okc saying is not that the the law is discriminatory insulate supplied that's correct and that's the interpretation of the state department because again the law itself does not require the genetic connection that's how the state department interprets that you waves reach due in california this is where your plan had been to go there with your with your voice and live out your life that lot of family that that your your husband has their what's going to happen night what what are the chances that you can have your boys registered as us citizens graphic question for the legal team which we have full confidence and i feel we have a good shark i think of it we we will get there are weather will which will take a short amount of time or longer amount of time we are here for the longhaul we are here to make things right we wants to get uh ethan his us citizenship at birth and to help other couples that will confront this issue in the future all right i see so you're telling the story mr device banks thank you thank you so much allowed the vast banks and his partner are suing the us state department we reached mr device banks in los angeles.

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"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Kids and will look at them equally and they are uh both of our kids and i think that's what the state department is doing here is discriminating against us because we're seems six couples and creating a divide between our kids so state department you may see them as two kids both lying to both of you everything's equality or a family unit but the state department doesn't see those boys is the same ones in american and the other isn't right and i think that if if exactly what we are fighting against that's why we filed a lawsuit against the state department the state department interprets the air immigration and nationality act law in a way that it requires genetic connection however deloitte self does not require swift genetic connection so we're fighting for the interpretation of the state department which is a memo that was produced by the state department and we are fighting to for ethan to get what is rightfully his you say that you think this is discrimination against you because you're a samesex couple and the state with the state department website says is that that you can transfer us citizenship to a child born abroad who has quote a biological relationship or blood relationship isn't it necessarily because you're samesex couples with the same thing happen with a heterosexual couple who had who didn't have genetic material that child who it had the durban a sperm donor or an egg donor for that child would that not be the same thing i think that's a really good question and we actually asked the consular offer fbi you wisconsin contradicting toronto fame question and i asked her if we were heterosexual couple and i was an israeli woman married to andrew who's in american man both to her names were on both kits birth certificate would you ever oscar who is genetically related to which child she would never oscar that and she replied she was baffled and confused and she told us it would be at my discretion to ask or not to oscar.

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"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Aiden in ethan our brothers they are twins actually there were born toronto about sixteen months ago since then there to fathers moved the family to california and they want both their baby boys to have us citizenship at birth but only one of the boys has been granted that citizenship the other is now the subject of a lawsuit against the us state department allowed the vast banks is the twins father we reached him in los angeles this to devesh banks is if this summit complex story so i'll start with asking you why you're boys were born in canada andrew nra my husband met in israel in two thousand eight and after two and a half years of dating we'd feted we wanted to get married and it's the same fix couple at that time it was impossible for us to come to the united states because of dead defensive mary jacked the federal government would not recognize their marriage in andrew was not able to sponsor me for a green card so i can stay here legally andrew is also a canadian citizen and luckily enough canada recognize samesex marriage in two thousand and pen and then we decided to move to canada and then you decided you wanted to have children so you an andrew assigned a surrogate to carry your your your children is that right all right that's correct now is so your children were born and they were registered as easy but we both you and your husband's names are on the birth certificate right right that's correct.

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"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast in nineteen 64 the remains of charles moore and henri de were found in the mississippi river no one was convicted forty years later morris brother thomas returns to mississippi with david region to reopen the case and confront the kkk some one know something season 3 subscribe on apple podcast or your favorite podcast app hello i'm carol off good evening i'm geoff douglas and this is as it happens the podcast addition paint and all of that tonight rather is up in arms well the twins themselves aren't upset that only one has been granted us citizenship because their toddlers but one of their fathers is suing the state department over a policy he says discriminates against samesex couples host emptying gesture a humanitarian group in arizona posts videos of border patrol agents knocking over water judge left for migrants in the desert and eight hours later one of the group's volunteers is arrested horn of africa from the start of his career and shoes thirty years in exile the late legendary hugh masakela used his trumpet and his voice to bravely call for change in south africa up and away with you're not so beautiful balloons jeff koons is colorful sculpture of a handholding inflated looking flowers he's a memorial to victims of terror in paris but french artists have a deflating response granted an extension if you are in early twenties and living at home and your parents are like on your case of are doing steph or whatever good news according to new science you may still actually be an adolescent and baby you can be driven by car while their parents were on the road to intended birthplace a girl by the name of me luck decided she wasn't into the whole hospital vibe so she was born in the car as it happens tuesday edition in a radio the knows sometimes you just gotta head out on a highway.

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"jeff koons" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on KELO

"A cosmetic thing i just concern about whether there had been damage to the building underneath because the weather proof against actually beneath the panel's right okay so there was question about if you get one bring of the panel's bulging of the panel's has there been damage to the building and what the report says no there's been no damage to the building it struck early sound while at bell kinda or or or or pelvic give me any more confident through the matter of fact it crowder reduced my confidence a little bit why is at near calcomp fit the it jeff koons like it's uh they're blowing smoke a little bit you know i mean it it just doesn't no one ever really how i didn't think i have any question i haven't heard anybody theodore question that because of the panel's there might be structural but i guess you know when we come to learn that construction firm put street panels on a curve building i mean what else maybe we find you know be high end of it behind the panel's you know so i was my comment thanks a lot greg i didn't hear from a number of people were concerned and i heard it on the phones and a her privately from people who work concerned about these structural integrity of the building especially after the settlement the confidential settlement details were released that seem to really re night people's concern about building three three six 1320 good morning john your until morning greg ajan nick made a good point here kind of what i was gonna say or you know anybody with half a brain no you can't put streets you'll thing on granvia it's got to buckle you put her on a quarter and i kinda wanna know who could you know worker put it on an instant back and been hated saint working and whoever the supervisor was the back a little late that i find just put it on anyway i wanna know who put it on an authorized it because it is shotty terrible work and if that's all been hashed out i mean that seoul is part of the even with the settlement deals and all of all of that suffers as come out in terms of who was building and all that we all that stuff but my point is is who did he inspector that al qaeda in what.

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"jeff koons" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"But wait we just lost track what what was the trailer you wear to talk about or call now to talk about it yet well we're going to talk about a leader in the show but it's the mamma mia here we go again trailer okay yeah we can't talk about that now but we can get into the first calls obviously we have a lot of comments high he recalls more jeff koons in the uk reflect that that al charron there's no ira sh um maybe just kasese go right calf people his irish big and i'd like rap mcgrady thinkers on the issue is an irish telling us alas on the air he's off my can think of his sure nadeco though um barbie well by the guy from a fire um and i love her fiery house neil christie's longer gotta you um anyway how a great christmas uh get bombasle by just so you know we got somewhere between one hundred and fifty and two hundred cosponsored a besides i mean that is my greatest shame is that i thought i'd cheering was irish that is a truly great shame of mine we certainly done it before and we certainly did it because he has red hair i mean is that does that count as being racist no no you shore dekalb's as being dumb ask well what's new i mean that guilty as charged lock be up i mean i just i just literally bought that he puts the really by these are and i think i thought he was irish because galway galway girl because of galway girl were doesn't ireland goal we grow isn't i'm like no know what number one in ireland it went number one.

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"jeff koons" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"But wait we just lost track what what was the trailer you wear to talk about or call now to talk about it yet well we're going to talk about a leader in the show but it's the mamma mia here we go again trailer okay yeah we can't talk about that now but we can get into the first calls obviously we have a lot of comments high he recalls more jeff koons in the uk reflect that that al charron there's no ira sh um maybe just kasese go right calf people his irish big and i'd like rap mcgrady thinkers on the issue is an irish telling us alas on the air he's off my can think of his sure nadeco though um barbie well by the guy from a fire um and i love her fiery house neil christie's longer gotta you um anyway how a great christmas uh get bombasle by just so you know we got somewhere between one hundred and fifty and two hundred cosponsored a besides i mean that is my greatest shame is that i thought i'd cheering was irish that is a truly great shame of mine we certainly done it before and we certainly did it because he has red hair i mean is that does that count as being racist no no you shore dekalb's as being dumb ask well what's new i mean that guilty as charged lock be up i mean i just i just literally bought that he puts the really by these are and i think i thought he was irish because galway galway girl because of galway girl were doesn't ireland goal we grow isn't i'm like no know what number one in ireland it went number one.

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"jeff koons" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"jeff koons" Discussed on WTMA

"And the ad council for more information visit safercar dot gov slash kids buckle up i five five or a jeff koons real charlie james in the morning stimulating talk all day the a cumulus station trump junior's emails voting on healthcare i'm anne cates donald trump jr has released email schilling documents in the russian government that promise dirt on hillary clinton were available for father's campaign with him responding that he loves it both republicans and democrats are reacting senator lindsey graham a republican calls the email team between donald trump junior and the man who arrange ranged for him to meet with a russian lawyer disturbing anytime year in a campaign and you get an offer from a foreign government day up your campaign the answer is no more than disturbing is how hillary clinton's running mate senator tim kaine views it this question of collusion which essentially starts to transition this into attention to treason investigation when he was approach with this i shall return on force repeatedly bob costantini washington the august break in the senate has been delayed by a few weeks so lawmakers can tackle healthcare reform and other items senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says the delay is due to democrat we simply as a result of all this obstructionism don't have enough time to address yes all of these issues between now and the originally anticipated august recess sold will be here the first two weeks a lot has already said while fire burning near or the northern california has destroyed at least three dozen homes california fire officials say at least four thousand people are under evacuation orders the city of light said la or that top contenders for upcoming summer olympics correspondent jim rupe la and peres will get hosting duties the ioc made it official that for the first time dual games will be awarded in the dual game award is a real dual la in paris both want 2024 peres 2024 will mark one hundred years since their last hosting honors assent daniel la he says well we're already ready we don't have to build any things we can hold them next month the ioc will spend the next two months though hashing that out wall street hung around the flatlined today the dow gained half a point the sp 500 constantinescu i'm anne cates here's more of the.

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