VOX-POP: AGING

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PRODUCED BY GRACE GREGORY
As an American Studies major in college, Grace learned the importance of interdisciplinary thinking. This, her passion for storytelling, and her experience in writing, acting, and producing audio narratives, shape her work at ENDPAIN.
Music By Henry Hall
Henry Hall is a musician and performer based in Los Angeles, California. Listen to him on Spotify, Apple Music or any online music platform.
Vox Pop: Aging

Each month at ENDPAIN, we select a question related to our monthly theme that guides our content. This June, we chose to explore the theme of ‘Aging’ and decided to do something a little different: instead of relying solely on call-in answers, we set up a table at Arts Alive Fair in Ventura (thanks to contributor, Pat Fisher), and asked festival attendees to write their answers on a poster board with this month’s question:


WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE YOUR YOUNGER SELF?

This resulting responses were edited together and read aloud by the ENDPAIN team to form this month’s VOX-POP. VOX-POP—which comes from the Latin phrase, vox populi, meaning “voice of the people”—is a kind of audio collage that gets us thinking about our upcoming theme in all its complexities and contradictions, and from new perspectives we might not have come up with on our own. Listen to this month’s VOX-POP to get a glimpse into all the ways we’ll be inquiring into the concept of Forgiveness throughout the month of June.

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JANUARY 2018 THEME
Vox Pop: Self-Care
February 2018 Theme
Vox Pop: Intimacy
March 2018 Theme
Vox Pop: Parenting
May 2018 Theme
Vox Pop: Forgiveness
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SPOTLIGHT ON SYDNEY DE JONG
Directed By Travis Mauck
LA-based ceramist Sydney De Jong speaks with ENDPAIN about bold leaps, aging and art. “When I’m working… everything disappears, all the aches and pains. It takes your mi...
Whatever I Damn Please
SPOTLIGHT ON SYDNEY DE JONG
Directed By Travis Mauck
LA-based ceramist Sydney De Jong speaks with ENDPAIN about bold leaps, aging and art. “When I’m working… everything disappears, all the aches and pains. It takes your mi...