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AUDIO – Processing 16 hours worth of children asking ‘Is that real?’ can really make you
This week we ran into a few kinks with the podcast, Jeremy blames Dan, Dan blames Mike, Mike blames Nate and, Nate blames Aristole; I blame all of them. Don’t fret, my dear listener, you’ll still get your weekly Meddling with Nature fix, we put all the blame on the back burner, dug deep in […]
In the second half of Conversations of the Heart Nate, Jeremy and Corinna get a bit more in depth about the electric slide, consciousness, communication, and what is really going on inside our bodies. So, if you love neurons, medical studies, and the sound of Jeremy’s voice, you’re gonna love this episode! Corinna reveals her […]
Follow your heart and trust your gut, this week we are going to be exploring the concept that our brain isn’t the only controlling force in our body. Maybe, just maybe, forefathers of medicine weren’t so wrong after all! Conversations of the heart was a bit long winded so we broke it up in to […]
Discussing the relation between formbuilding for taxidermy and patternmaking for fashion design (part 1): Fashionable prognostications and more discussion of the art and process formbuilding (part 2):
Turn the lights on. check. Grab yourself a glass of water. check. Get that A/C running because it’s hot as a mother elephants underbelly in here. check. Thankfully we have all these convenient utilities to make our podcast listening time a little more enjoyable… Now just imagine what it might be like if you could […]
Meat grown in labs? Why does facon need to taste like bacon? Why do we do such a bad job coming up with adjectives for the taste of various non-cow/pig/chicken meats, and who eats more grain; the mighty cow or the mighty vegetarian? This week we set the stage for a larger conversation about our […]
The stunning conclusion to Part 1 of Death Disposed has finally arrived! Unfortunately like most of our discussions there is no REAL conclusion here…but what else is new. Join us for Part 2 of a discussion about what happens to the body of the deceased after you leave the funeral… …From leaving that pesky hookers’ body […]
It’s a bonus episode! In the first of a series that we’re gonna call “The Barside Chats” Corinna heads out to the patio of her favorite local bar and chats with friends, Elisabeth Hieber, John Lynch and Sara Crandall. It starts with funeral tips and quickly escalates into tips on breaking the news that you […]
Well, we were planning on bringing you a lively talk about death disposal… but you are getting a midpoint conversation instead! There is a lot to unpack here, so give this a listen and then tune in next week for part two.
This week we discuss Death on Display. This is part one of two pod-casts about funerals, body donations, displays, disposal of our loved ones and ourselves. Having lost his father, Jeremy discusses some of the similarities between the work of a casualty death taxidermist and a mortician. The MWN team then explores topics that seem […]
Merry spring to you all! Well… last time we talked, we were exploring the wonderful world of Taxidermy (as a process) so as promised, here is the 2nd half of that conversation.
A toofer! This week we look at the processes involved in taxidermy from seeing something nice on the road all the way to setting the eyes and brushing those gorgeous curls. Episode one takes you down the road and up to the beginning phase of tanning.
In this week’s podcast, we discuss “art education”, a topic which very quickly careers into politics, economy, and the respect awarded to “artists”, or not. On the show today: Nate Wessel, Mike Price, Jeremy Johnson, Corinna Young, and Dan Tarpaulin.
On this week’s podcast, in preparation for our show at the Carnegie, Corinna, Dan, Jeremy and Nate discuss the role of art galleries in the modern world. Nate’s yacht and Mike’s monumental hangover are also part of the conversation! PSSST… The Meddling With Nature Podcast is now available on Itunes and Stitcher, for your listening […]
A continuation of our last podcast’s discussion of evolution, choice, and the elastic bounds of Nature. Special guest Dan Curtin returns for his second appearance on the show, though Jeremy is still editing his first appearance, perhaps for the simple love of timeline discontinuity. Next week we’ll be discussing something slightly more profane: art galleries. […]
Today on our show we have Nate Wessel, Jeremy Johnson, and Mike Price discussing Evolution in the modern context: “Don’t say the word!” This is also our first group episode where we try to minimize editing by keeping the conversation itself under 45 minutes instead of editing it to that point. Rest assured that our […]
This week we have a little interview style podcast with a good friend of ours who spends his days wandering the desert in search of snakes. Please enjoy this exploration of herpetology with Taylor Tevis!
Well happy Taxidermy Tuesday! During this podcast, Nate, Corinna, Mike, and Jeremy discuss topics related to how death professions manage death as well as what the differences are between Ethics and Morals. What are “ethically sourced” materials in our world? It’s not so easy to judge in the end. We still have a few sound […]
The Meddling with Nature podcast is a weekly dinner party, recorded for your pleasure by the kind (of smelly) folks here at MwN. On today’s episode, Mike, Corinna and I discuss roadkill.
Meddling with Nature, a podcast about life death and the naturalist’s way! This is our first go of it, and yes… there are a lot of things we have yet to hone. This first episode is a bit of a long one, and the topics range from how this whole thing came to be, how […]