Produced and hosted by Mariam Arcilla, Interno is a time capsule that profiles artists who are recalibrating their internal lives and perspectives of home, longing, and connection during the global pandemic. With conversations taking place between Australia, North America and Asia, Interno presents a plurality of experiences that amplify artistic value and social duty in times of flux.
Interno is a time capsule that profiles artists who are recalibrating their internal lives and perspectives of home, longing, and connection during the global pandemic. Presented as a series of podcast conversations and resources, Interno will chapter the collective experiences of people in topical situations, as well as the moments that nourish and intrigue us in times of crisis and uncertainty. The conversations will also consider what a post-pandemic future may look like, so that we can continue to move together towards brightness.
Conversations will be released 19 June, 3 July, 17 July and 31 July.
Mariam Arcilla is a writer, creative producer, arts marketer, and copyeditor. Born to a Filipino artist and a Singaporean air hostess, Mariam spent her childhood zigzagged between studios, galleries, and make-shift homes. Since 2006, she has worked on public programs, publications and events that help brighten the connections between creative people and their communities. She has collaborated with organisations including HOTA, Art Month Sydney, IMA, City of Gold Coast, Museum of Brisbane, STATION, Qld Government, and Liquid Architecture. Mariam’s writing has also featured on museum websites and art journals such as VAULT, Art Collector, Running Dog, Runway, and ACCLAIM.
Mariam Arcilla, Interno, 2020