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Welcome to our second episode for Y2K GROUP CHAT.

We recorded on two separate days in June 2020.

fields delves into: COVID-19, the history of the spirometer, the study of labor and fatigue, his relationship with science, fact-checking, Taco Tuesdays, urban gardening, the history of medical theater, and biases in science.

fields harrington is an emerging artist based in Brooklyn, New York.

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Audio timestamps below:

1:17 - Intro with fields

2:16 - Y2K's reason for starting a podcast

3:20 - The podcast music introduction

5:17 - First question: how has your work and life changed since the pandemic?

6:36 - Whitney ISP catalog

7:44 - Braun text on the spirometer

8:56 - Rabinbach text on the human motor (thermodynamics, labor power and fatigue)

10:15 - Labor/work and fatigue in the body

11:17 - fields' mapping of physics and science and its origins

14:37 - Second question: how did the spirometer become the starting point for fields' research?

15:40 - fields' relationship with science

18:12 - Round 2

19:02 - News

19:42 - Twitter/Social Media

21:50 - Fact-checking

23:49 - Deepfake

25:21 - Taco Tuesdays

25:57 - Texas and High School

27:05 - Moving to New York in 2011

27:28 - The Black Beyond Zoom Artist Talk reference

28:52 - Y2K's casual podcast format

30:32 - Community college (finding photography and food ads)

33:23 - Photography at UNT

35:37 - Road trip / couch surfing to New York

37:43 - Working in urban food start-ups and problem solving

39:10 - Beginnings of a career as an artist

39:31 - UNT thesis

40:49 - Food and advertisement

44:31 - Produce Manager and researching solutions

49:06 - Back to school

52:07 - Types of work at UPENN

55:07 - Performing with acoustic levitation

56:53 - S-CURL in high school

1:00:43 - Performance at UPENN using S-CURL

1:03:48 - Reaction to performance

1:05:09 - Medical theater introduction

1:06:40 - UPENN and medical history

1:07:35 - Paintings of medical theater

1:09:54 - Hogarth's The Reward of Cruelty painting

1:11:13 - Robert Thom painting

1:12:36 - J. Marion Simms racist legacy

1:15:31 - "What remains is constant" by fields harrington

1:16:02 - Braun and Rabinbach texts

1:17:18 - The history of the study of fatigue for labor/work

1:19:01 - Benjamin Gould report

1:23:20 - Etienne-Jules Marey

1:25:07 - fields' essay as artwork

1:26:50 - COVID-19 and spirometer having similar biases

1:28:30 - Race table from Gould's report

1:30:23 - Statistics as surveillance

1:30:55 - Biases in science

1:32:57 - Approximation of a Mix performance question

1:37:40 - Protests and Uprising

1:41:31 - Future work

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