Friday, December 5, 2014
Guests: Jessica Stockus, Future Leader, The Society of Women Engineers; Cristina Garcia, Musician, Afrobeta; Natalia Jaramillo, Communications Manager, Florida Immigrant Coalition; Ruth Reitan, Ph.D., International Relations, University of Miami; Janese Weingarten, Musician and Sound Artist

Saturday, December 6, 2014
Guests: Micol Hebron, Performance, Roll Call; Angela Andreola, Owner, ABS Exotic Repair; Autumn Casey, Sound and Video Artist; Snakehole, Band; Curls and Gelpi, Musician; Katy Lasley, Poet, Bitch Kill My Vibe; Kembra Phaler, Performance, P.L.O.W

Sunday, December 7, 2014
Guests: Karla Damian, Miami Dade Transport; Micol Hebron, Performance, Roll Call; Dr. Anna E. Ward, Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust; Mariangela Capuzzo, ICART curator; Raffa Jo, Musician; Ana Morgenstern, Ph.D., Co-founder, Independent Ethos; Angela Jennings, Voice performance, Invoices; Naama Tsabar, Performance, Untitled (Babies)

Afterhours: A Final Conversation with AUTO BODY Artists Micol Hebron, Cara Despain, Angela Jennings, Agustina Woodgate, Stephanie Hwang, Kembra Pfahler, and Palesia Ponder


This episode addresses topics of Transportation, Migration and Immigration in Miami, looking into the future of movement in and out of the city. Inviting female local voices to represent the city with sound, music, conversation, and language experiments, the station was streamed from the defunct Giant Motors, an Auto Body & Paint Shop warehouse where the exhibition AUTO BODY took place.

By examining the political and economic inequalities of the art world, AUTO BODY serves as a platform for a diverse female voice. AUTO BODY, presents performativity as a powerful vehicle for transcendence, movement and transformation. International women artists working in video, performance, and new media were nominated by 26 international women curators and selected by a local curatorial committee. With each new city, local artists are added to the traveling platform through the same process, resulting in a transnational dialogue. Focusing on time based practices as an alternative to an object driven market, this festival presents the body as language.