A collection of conversations in and around the creative world of ASMR
Pillow Talks: Conversations on ASMR
Broadcast live from the exhibition
Dive into a collection of conversations exploring the creative field ASMR, broadcast live from the exhibition WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD with guests from around the world.
Straighten your pillows and find a comfortable spot! Pillow Talks offer a series of primers through some of the concepts that make ASMR one of the most important creative fields on the Internet. Join the exhibition’s curator along with special guests as they parse the world of ASMR to try to understand where the movement might be heading.
The exhibition is open to visit until November 1, 2020.
How to connect
You can join live via our Instagram channel. You need to have an account to take part live, but each conversation will also be archived after broadcast on our website.
Search for our account and tap on the profile picture (which will have a purple ring around it when we are live). Free free to type questions during the broadcast; you can do this through the comment box at the bottom of the screen.
After the broadcast has ended, you can watch each Pillow Talk again on our Instagram channel.
Relive previous talks and tune-in for those that are scheduled.
ASMR and Activism
April 28th 2020 A conversation between Drew Zeiba, the New York based writer and editor of art criticism, cultural journalism and fiction, and James Taylor-Foster, curator of the exhibition.
ASMR: Performance and Care
May 5th 2020 A conversation between Melinda Lauw, performer and co-founder of Whisperlodge (Brooklyn, New York), and James Taylor-Foster, curator of the exhibition.
ASMR and Hospitality
May 12th 2020 A conversation between Claire Tolan, artist and former host of You’re Worth It (an ASMR show on Berlin Community Radio), and James Taylor-Foster, curator of the exhibition.
ASMR and Design
May 26th 2020 A conversation between James Taylor-Foster and Dagnija Smilga, a partner of the architecture studio ĒTER and one of the designers behind the exhibition.