'Found': From Art Project To Books, Musical, and Now Podcast Via Wondery
June 29, 2016 at 11:42 AM (PT)
DAVY ROTHBART's FOUND, the art project spawned from a note misplaced on his car that led to books, live shows, and a musical based on randomly found notes, letters, and photos, is now a podcast, produced by KILLER FILMS MEDIA and distributed by the WONDERY podcast network. The podcast, hosted by ROTHBART and inspired by the musical created by HUNTER BELL, LEE OVERTREE, and ELI BOLIN, is being accompanied by an app that will show notes used on the podcast as well as enabling users to upload notes and share them on social media. The show will post every other WEDNESDAY beginning JULY 13th.
"I started FOUND as a D.I.Y. community art project - a simple way for people with natural curiosity and a sense of wonder to share the fascinating notes, letters, and photos they'd found with one another. It's been absolutely thrilling to see the way the project has exploded over the years, to books, tours, even a musical, and to discover so many kindred spirits who share my interest in other people's lives," said ROTHBART. "I couldn't be more excited to launch the FOUND Podcast, which twines my passions for radio storytelling with my love of found objects. Thanks for listening!"
"Everybody wants to hear a story - and WONDERY was created to fulfill that need. We are proud to partner with DAVY, FOUND, the musical and KILLER in FOUND, our first original podcast and app," said WONDERY founder HERNAN LOPEZ.