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    Greene & Lewis
    160: Too Many Towels

    Greene & Lewis

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 65:17


    Southern Charm, Mar-a-Lago raid, Amazon troubles, too many towels, wedding fits, monkeypox phrenology, Alex's War and the trial, another Dimes Square piece, and having fun.

    Sustaining Creativity Podcast

    Creativity through the lens of a painter"Our brains are wired that way. We are creativity machines, it doesn't separate between the fine art and the mundane art."Lauren G. Levine is a painter and twenty-five-year resident of Jamaica Plain (Boston) who now lives and works in Needham, Massachusetts. Through intuitive and responsive mark-making, her paintings are tangible manifestations of her visual impressions and interior resonances. Levine attended Massachusetts College of Art; School at the Museum of Fine Arts; and Fuller Art Museum. Her work has been exhibited at The Ely Center of Contemporary Art, New Haven, CT; The Bromfield Gallery, Boston, MA; Hallspace Gallery, Boston, MA; and UForge Gallery, Jamaica Plain, MA. Interviews and features include: Phillip J. Mellen's Podcast, Ahtcast; Boston Voyager Magazine, “Art and Life”; The Weekly Dig; Paul Behnke's Online Project Space, Monklike Habits; Randace Rauscher's, 52 in 52; and Groundwork “Meet the Artist.” Levine's work can be viewed on her website at https://www.laurenglevineart.com/ and on Instagram at @laurenglevineartMari's Awakening Creativity FREE GuideMari's Awakening Creativity 7 Day Challenge

    KickArts
    Contemporary Art Prize on show now at Geelong Gallery

    KickArts

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 11:37


    The 2022 Geelong Contemporary Art Prize is a signature event that showcases the diversity and excellence of Australian contemporary painting practice. Through these prizes, staged since 1938, the Gallery has amassed an exceptional representation of Australian paintings...

    ACCA Podcast
    Artist Talks: Gian Manik, Jason Phu and Jahnne Pasco-White

    ACCA Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 45:53


    Listen to our Artist Talk with Gian Manik, Jason Phu and Jahnne Pasco-White. This Artist Talk was recorded in association with the exhibition ' Like a Wheel That Turns: The 2022 Macfarlane Commissions', now showing at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art in Melbourne until 4 September 2022.

    Nordic Art Agency Podcast
    NAA X Summer Exhibition

    Nordic Art Agency Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 74:13


    The NAA X Summer Exhibition is the first time that the Nordic Art Agency has collaborated with local artists from Malmö and the Greater Copenhagen region.  Inspired by the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition held each year in London since 1796, an artist open call was held for a group exhibition in the Spring. In a new separate gallery location, dedicated to emerging and established local artists, we curated a multi - disciplinary exhibition which opened on June 3rd and is free to explore 7-day a week.  The exhibition in is a busy commercial environment, with no real gallery presence or interaction required, just an opportunity to explore, absorb and reflect upon the art, sculpture, photography, weaving and fiber art. The exhibition features 11 artists including, Lucas Nagel, Julia Hallström Hjört, Lotta Blanking, Josefin Åberg, Lars Herman Hegg and Annie Weibull.Together with co-host Lars Herman Hegg, Gallery Consultant and Technician, this podcast explore the motivation behind the exhibition curation, an insight into five of the featured artist's practices and their personal response.  Lars is in conversation with five participating artists; Swedish fiber artist  Mia Hultgren, Scottish collage artist John Atherton, Swedish painter Emil Carlsjö, Danish Mixed media artist Anne Gammelgaard and Troels Aagaard.You will hear a mixture of accents, Norwegian, Danish, Sweden and shared experiences, very much in the sprit of the international mindset of the Nordic Art Agency and is an audible insight into the diversity of the exhibition and artists selected.You can get in touch directly with Lars ideas for future local artist driven exhibition and collaborations.  All artworks can be view and purchased online .Details of forthcoming exhibition mentioned by artist Troels Aagaard can be found here.  

    RNZ: Standing Room Only
    The Contemporary Arts Awards are announced in Hamilton

    RNZ: Standing Room Only

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 11:55


    A work called "Red" handed by multimedia artist Emma Hercus won this year's $20,000 National Contemporary Art Awards. The collage on MDF of an abstract masked figure with upraised hands, was chosen from more than three hundred entries. All the finalists' works are on show at Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato. It's an event that's often hit the headlines since it started more than 20 years ago. The media are notoriously sceptical of "modern art" and occasionally struggle to get their head around the winning work! Lynn Freeman spoke to Emma and to the judge, artist Reuben Paterson, who describes the winning piece as "a celebration of adversity". 2022 Runner Up and winner of the $5,000 Hugo Charitable Trust Award Raukura Turei for He Tukuna V (onepu, oil and pigment on linen). 2022 Friends of Waikato Museum $1,000 Merit Award winner Sara (Hera) Tautuku Orme for Ko Te Awa Ko Au -Darling (Darz) (photograph). 2022 Random Art Group $1,000 Merit Award winner Oleg Polounine for Dits and Dahs (aluminium foil sculpture).

    The Art Angle
    How Virgil Abloh Changed the Contemporary Art World

    The Art Angle

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 29:58 Very Popular


    The world rarely sees a creative dynamo on the level of Virgil Abloh—or one harder to quantify. A trained architect, who was born to Ghanian immigrants and grew up in Chicago, he was best known as the visionary men's artistic director of Louis Vuitton (and the first person of color to hold that position)—the position he held when he died at 41 from a rare cancer. But his protean career began blazing long before that. A key early milestone? In 2009, Abloh interned at Fendi alongside rapper and fashion designer Kanye West—a relationship that led to Abloh later serving as the creative director for West's agency Donda. He founded the short-lived yet highly influential streetwear label Pyrex Vision in 2012, selling garments by other brands that he screen printed with his own label's name and elevated to eye-watering prices—a Duchampian gesture that combined appropriation, impeccable branding, and the kind of gleeful outsider-turned-insider humor that marked Abloh's career. In 2019, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago mounted the first museum exhibition dedicated to Abloh's work in “Figures of Speech,” a sprawling show that brought in twice the museums normal attendance and helped cement Abloh's legacy in the realm of fine art. Now on view now in Brooklyn, the show explores Abloh's luxury brand activations, perspectives on design and architecture, and collaborations with artists including Takashi Murakami, Jenny Holzer, and Rem Koolhaus. On this episode, Artnet News's brand editor William Van Meter spoke about the designer's work and legacy with Jian Deleon, the men's fashion and editorial director of Nordstrom, who collaborated with Abloh on one of his final projects—an capsule collection called New Concepts 18: Virgil Abloh Securities,

    Greene & Lewis
    159: The Collapse Never Comes

    Greene & Lewis

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 72:51


    A hot pod and a little bit of everything. We rundown some news items upfront, then discuss, mid-life crises, business papers, travel planning, a $30 steak, and bad energy encounters.

    The Art Angle
    How Virgil Abloh Changed the Contemporary Art World

    The Art Angle

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 29:58


    The world rarely sees a creative dynamo on the level of Virgil Abloh—or one harder to quantify. A trained architect, who was born to Ghanian immigrants and grew up in Chicago, he was best known as the visionary men's artistic director of Louis Vuitton (and the first person of color to hold that position)—the position he held when he died at 41 from a rare cancer. But his protean career began blazing long before that. A key early milestone? In 2009, Abloh interned at Fendi alongside rapper and fashion designer Kanye West—a relationship that led to Abloh later serving as the creative director for West's agency Donda. He founded the short-lived yet highly influential streetwear label Pyrex Vision in 2012, selling garments by other brands that he screen printed with his own label's name and elevated to eye-watering prices—a Duchampian gesture that combined appropriation, impeccable branding, and the kind of gleeful outsider-turned-insider humor that marked Abloh's career. In 2019, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago mounted the first museum exhibition dedicated to Abloh's work in “Figures of Speech,” a sprawling show that brought in twice the museums normal attendance and helped cement Abloh's legacy in the realm of fine art. Now on view now in Brooklyn, the show explores Abloh's luxury brand activations, perspectives on design and architecture, and collaborations with artists including Takashi Murakami, Jenny Holzer, and Rem Koolhaus. On this episode, Artnet News's brand editor William Van Meter spoke about the designer's work and legacy with Jian Deleon, the men's fashion and editorial director of Nordstrom, who collaborated with Abloh on one of his final projects—an capsule collection called New Concepts 18: Virgil Abloh Securities.

    Art Gallery of South Australia
    Tuesday Talk - Leigh Robb in conversation with Mark Valenzuela and Alvin Tan

    Art Gallery of South Australia

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 30:18


    Thank you for listening to this track produced by the Art Gallery of South Australia. Join Leigh Robb, Curator of Contemporary Art, in conversation with South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival feature artist Mark Valenzuela and Singapore-based ceramicist Alvin Tan. With a career spanning two decades, Mark Valenzuela is an Adelaide-based artist who works between Australia and the Philippines. Although his practice wilfully resists categorisation, ceramics is an enduring medium for Valenzuela and has functioned as a linchpin to his many-parted installations that combine elements of painting, drawing, sculpture, video, assemblage and street art. Alvin Tan is a Singapore-based ceramicist, President of Nanyang Clay Group, Singapore and part of the international Academy of Ceramics, Switzerland. For more information visit agsa.sa.gov.au Photo: Saul Steed.

    Art Sense
    Ep. 58: Museum Director Ali Gass of ICA San Francisco

    Art Sense

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 47:08


    A conversation with Ali Gass who is the Krieger Family Director of the new Institute of Contemporary Art San Francisco. In our conversation, Ali discusses how the ICASF got off the ground, the programming vision for the institution, the benefits of being a non-collecting museum and the hurdles that lie ahead.

    Coaches Rising
    139 - Indra Adnan: How Do We Transform Society

    Coaches Rising

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 84:44


    In this moment of systemic chaos, how do we attract a new world into being? In this conversation with writer and psycho-social therapist Indra Adnan we explore what we're being called to in this evolutionary moment, soft and hard power, community development, how human needs shape society, alternatives to our broken systems, multiple forms of agency and how we transform society. Indra Adnan is a writer, psycho-social therapist and political entrepreneur. She is Founder and Co-initiator of The Alternative UK political platform and is a global consultant on soft power. She has consulted to the World Economic Forum, Indian, Finnish and Danish governments, NATO, the Scottish Executive and the Institute of Contemporary Arts amongst others. Indra is currently Co-Lead in Bounce Beyond, a social enterprise network doing transformative work to cohere and connect the next global economies. She is the author of the book, The Politics of Waking Up: Power & Possibility In The Fractal Age. Visit coachesrising.com to see our acclaimed online coach trainings and other offerings.

    The Arts Section
    The Arts Section 07/31/22: Chicago Performs + Haunted Picture Book

    The Arts Section

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022


    On this edition of The Arts Section, we'll shine a light on a new performing arts festival that will showcase local talent. Host Gary Zidek talks with the Museum of Contemporary Art's performance curator Tara Aisha Willis about Chicago Performs. The Dueling Critics, Kerry Reid and Jonathan Abarbanel, will join me to review a revival of Pricilla Queen of the Desert. Later, Gary sits down with local author Jarrett Dapier to talk about his new picture book that was inspired by his experience performing at the White House in 2009.

    The Art Angle
    What Is the Metaverse? And Why Should the Art World Care?

    The Art Angle

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 43:45 Very Popular


    Have you ever wanted to live a different kind of life, in a different kind of place? What if this other place gave you the power to do or be almost anything you wanted, anywhere you wanted, anytime you wanted? Suppose that what you could build there, and who you could be there, had nothing to do with your finances. Not even the laws of physics would hold you back. If you wanted to be the monarch of a Gothic castle perched on a cloud suspended above a Nordic woodland, you could have that. You could even do it in a new body, under a new name, with neither one having any apparent connection to your physicality or your past. Even wilder, this other place would welcome millions of other individuals with just as much freedom as you, so that you could all build this new world together. You could form new relationships, establish new traditions, and experience a new wave of art and culture held back by nothing but artists' imaginations. Doesn't that sound wonderful? Well, billions of dollars and untold hours of labor are being pumped into making this fantasy a reality—an immersive digital reality. And some of the most influential and most powerful people in the world are saying it will be called the metaverse. But what is the metaverse, exactly? How has it elbowed its way deep enough into the mainstream that your retired parents are asking you about it? And what does it mean for the art world specifically?  This week on the Art Angle, business editor and The Gray Market scribe Tim Schneider is joined by three experts to help make sense of this potential new world order: Wagner James Au, the author of The Making of Second Life: Notes from the New World (2008) and the forthcoming book Why the Metaverse Matters: From Second Life to Meta and Beyond, A Guide By Its First Embedded Journalist and the ongoing blog, New World Notes; Tina Rivers Ryan, a curator of modern and contemporary art at the Buffalo AKG Museum in New York, who has organized exhibitions including "Difference Machines: Technology and Identity in Contemporary Art"; and Sara Ludy, an artist and composer based in Placetas, New Mexico whose current exhibition, "Swimmer's Canyon," is on view at Art Mûr in Montréal, Canada.

    Sound & Vision
    Jean-Pierre Roy

    Sound & Vision

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 125:28


    Born in Santa Monica, California in 1974, Jean-Pierre Roy is a Brooklyn- based painter and educator. He received his MFA from the New York Academy of Art in 2002. He is currently represented by Gallery Poulsen in Denmark and Davidson Gallery in NYC. He has participated in numerous group exhibitions in the US, Europe, and Asia and has had solo museum exhibitions at the Torrence Art Museum in Los Angeles and the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art in Virginia Beach.  His work has been written about in The New York Times, The New York Post, ArtNews, Art in America, New American Painters, The Chicago Tribune, The Huffington Post, The Seattle Stranger, The Wall Street Journal, Hi- Fructose, and Juxtapoz amongst others. His work is in collections of Jerry-Ann Cheney, Beth Rudin DeWoody, Jean Pigozzi, Leonardo DiCaprio and Bjorn Borg amongst others.

    Greene & Lewis
    158: Hand Over Foot

    Greene & Lewis

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 73:18


    Studio injuries, Monkeypox, microdosing, flies, a little Hunter, volcanoes, Carol Brady's maiden name, and we argue about Peter Thiel and Gawker for some reason.

    Creative Guts
    Creative Catalogue Fifty-Five: Guest Takeover with Bug

    Creative Guts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 5:48


    The Creative Guts' team is back with another installment of Creative Catalogues! In these mini episodes, someone from the Creative Guts' team will share a glimpse at the inspiring, creative things they think you ought to know about. This week's episode is being hosted by Bug, the interdisciplinary creative and musician and the star of episode 6 of Creative Guts. In this episode, Bug will tell you about…Suzanne Anker www.suzanneanker.com and @suzanneanker.Tyler and James Cofrancesco @tylercofrancesco The Ely Center of Contemporary Art www.elycenter.org and @elycenterofcontemporaryart Alex G https://alexg.ffm.to/godsavetheanimals and @sandyalexg Lead Poisoning: The Pencil Art of Geof Darrow https://geofdarrow.com/  and @geofdarrowdetails Transmetropolitan by Warren Ellis, Darick RobertsonLearn more about Bug on Instagram at @typicalbug and @arbys_ig. You can listen to more Bug at www.soundcloud.com/musicforbugs.  As always, come hang out with the Creative Guts team online at www.CreativeGutsPodcast.com and on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/CreativeGutsPodcast and Instagram at  www.Instagram.com/CreativeGutsPodcast. If you love listening, consider supporting the show with a donation to Creative Guts! Our budget is tiny, so donations of any size make a big difference. Creative Guts is a small nonprofit, but our work is far bigger than this podcast. Learn more about us and make a tax deductible donation at www.CreativeGutsPodcast.com.

    Studio Noize Podcast
    An Open Eye w/ artist Tokie Taylor

    Studio Noize Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 68:38


    Fine art photographer, Tokie Taylor, comes back to the Noize to talk about her new projects. Tokie has been working on a book with her Reclamation series that features her fine art photography featuring children and heirlooms. We discuss the book and how it relates to family history and artifacts. She lets us know how she manages the children in the shoots, the role of experimenting in her practice, and how she sees herself growing her vision with every piece. Listen, subscribe, and share!Episode 148 topics include:Reclamation seriescreating an art bookexperimenting with other mediumscyanotype vs photographyartists during the pandemicfamily heirloomsinstitutional spacesthe value of Black artdoing commissions Atlanta, Ga. based artist, Tokie Rome-Taylor, explores themes of time, spirituality, visibility and identity through the medium of photography. Portraiture, set design, and objects all are a part of Tokie's photographic practice. She uses digital photography as her foundational medium, while also exploring cyanotype, and embroidery as a means to explore the layered complex relationship African Americans in the diaspora have with the western world. Rome-Taylor's series, “Reclamation”, was selected for PhotoLucida Critical Mass top 50. Her work has been featured in What Will You Remember and Feature Shoot Magazine. Additionally, Tokie is a Funds for Teachers Fellowship recipient, studying photography in Santa Fe, New Mexico and in San Francisco, California. Rome-Taylor's work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Her work has been a part of exhibitions at The Griffin Museum of Photography, Marietta Cobb Museum of Art, Stella Jones Gallery, SP-Foto SP-Arte Fair, São Paulo, Brazil, Gallery 1202, the Masur Museum, Zuckerman Museum of Art Lyndon House Art Center and the Dalton Gallery, Agnes Scott College, among others. She is a recipient of the Virginia Twinam Smith Purchase Award, adding her work to the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia as well as the Legacy Award, bestowed by the Griffin Museum of Photography. Her work is held in multiple public and private collections and was recently acquired by the Petrucci Family Foundation Collection of African American Art. Rome-Taylor is a 20+ year veteran educator and working artist. She is open to opportunities that relate to artist talks, visiting institutions, residencies and workshops.See More: www.tokietaylorstudio.com + Tokie Taylor IG @tokietstudioFollow us:StudioNoizePodcast.comIG: @studionoizepodcastJamaal Barber: @JBarberStudioSupport the podcast www.patreon.com/studionoizepodcast

    An Interview with Melissa Llarena
    How To Turn Life's Silliness Into Your Brand Featuring Squidinki Co-Founder Max Mendez, Episode 136

    An Interview with Melissa Llarena

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 67:34


    Imagine being an illustrator with a studio in Sydney right next to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Australia, who gets to use their talent to give people a good laugh at the silliness of life?  This week's guest is Max Mendez and his artistry is behind the Squidinki brand.  Squidinki is a unique brand founded by Max Mendez and Kerry Findlay. With degrees in Industrial and Interior design respectively, Max and Kerry have had extensive experience working in design and branding agencies throughout the world, including England, Spain, America, Singapore, and Australia. Now after more than 10 years of designing brands and retail interiors for many prominent Australian and international brands, Max and Kerry decided to follow their passion for illustration and design, and create their own brand, Squidinki. Inspired by the humor Max sees in everyday life, and a desire to spend life sketching it, Squidinki was born. Max's witty and humorous hand-drawn illustrations are sold both as limited edition artwork and featured on everyday products with the hope of bringing a chuckle to your day. In this episode, Max shares how he creates vs. thinks about promoting his creations. He delves into his sources of inspiration and speaks fondly about his co-founder and partner Kerry.  In this episode, you will hear: Reawakening your imagination by noticing the silliness around you as a creator Stretching your imagination by bringing in a loving critique How to see the viability of your artistry How to come up with unexpected and more creative ideas Depicting things in different ways so that you can build a reputation The commercialization of art: creative vs. conceptual i.e. how to turn art into income The whiteboard exercise to reawaken your creativity Share this episode with fellow creative souls with a sense of humor or with anyone who dreams of being able to sell their art. Similar Episodes: How Do You Leverage Creativity To Reduce Anxiety With Sarah Spencer, Episode 80 From Teaching Art to Being Featured In Gary Vaynerchuk's Crushing It!, Hear How Luis-Miguel Caraballo Is Accelerating His Goal Of Making Art History, Episode 13 Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to our podcast? We'd love for you to subscribe if you haven't yet.  We'd love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. Supporting Resources: https://squidinki.com/ https://www.instagram.com/squidinki/ https://www.facebook.com/squidinki Join Me So many moms are struggling to survive much less to thrive and use their superpower of imagination and for those moms, I have opened a waitlist for moms who want to be first in line for my upcoming book: How to reawaken your imagination to see the greatness in yourself. Here's what you can expect: Every Friday, I share with you an insight that I have uncovered about the book-writing process as a mom and I tell you very practically how to implement these insights so that you can start feeling more confident about someday writing your own story or just on how to use your imagination a bit more each day. If you are a mom who is ambitious and seeks to make the biggest impact possible in her life and teach her kids how to do the same then this waitlist call is precisely for you. Go to www.melissallarena.com/waitlist  You are invited to send me a DM. What did you uncover from this episode? https://www.instagram.com/melissallarena/

    Congratulations Pine Tree
    292 - God damn, Maysoun!

    Congratulations Pine Tree

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022


    This week we get some questions from the public! Maysoun is the moral compass once again. Maysoun also learns about rimjobs. If you want Maysoun to STOP CLICKING HER DANG MOUSE WHILE RECORDING please email us: congratulationspinetree@gmail.comThe music in this episode is by Lucy CampBICA - the Buffalo Institute for Contemporary Art - Go see the show Conrad curated!Even As SFAI Closes, Students Rally to Save It by Sarah Hotchkiss for KQEDSTUDENTS FOR ACTION AT SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTELeBron James is from Ohio.

    Art World: Whitehot Magazine with Noah Becker

    Guest host Stephen Wozniak interviews celebrated photographer, installation artist and sculptor Sandy Skoglund on the July 22, 2022 episode of Art World: The Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art podcast. They discuss unique themes and key iconography in the work of Skoglund's five-decade career, Sandy's new Sandy Skoglund: Outtakes show of alternative classic photographs on view at Rule Gallery in Denver, Colorado; her landmark exhibitions with the Leo Castelli Gallery in New York City; her dreams, her nightmares and her favored formative years in graduate school at the University of Iowa, among other timely topics. Skoglund's work is currently featured in the comprehensive traveling exhibition Modern Women/Modern Vision: Works from the Bank of America Collection now through August 28th at the Denver Art Museum. Podcast Series Title: Art World: The Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art Episode Title: Wozniak Interviews Artist Sandy Skoglund Guest Host: Stephen Wozniak Guests: Sandy Skoglund Air Date: July 22, 2022 Running Time: 58 minutes --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/noah-becker4/support

    The Modern Art Notes Podcast
    Esteban Cabeza de Baca, Jess T. Dugan

    The Modern Art Notes Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 70:11 Very Popular


    Episode No. 559 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artists Esteban Cabeza de Baca and Jess T. Dugan. The Momentary in Bentonville, Ark. is presenting "Esteban Cabeza de Baca: Let Earth Breathe" through September 25. Across the exhibition, Cabeza de Baca deconstructs the colonial European-American landscape tradition by re-considering painting and sculpture as a collaboration with nature. It was curated by Kaitlin Garcia-Maestas with Taylor Jasper. Cabeza de Baca's work is also included in "Plein Air" at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson. The exhibition was curated by Aurora Tang and will be on view through February 5, 2023. Cabeza de Baca's work has been shown at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC, The Drawing Center, New York City. Jess T. Dugan's work is included within "Designing Motherhood: Things That Make and Break Our Births," which is at the MassArt Art Museum through December 18. This conversation previously aired on Episode No. 468 when photographs from Dugan‘s “To Survive on This Shore: Photographs and Interviews with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Older Adults” project were at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Dugan produced “To Survive on This Shore” with their partner, Vanessa Fabbre, a social worker and professor at Washington University in St. Louis. The book related to the project was published by Kehrer Verlag in 2018. It is available from Amazon and from Indiebound. Instagram: Cabeza de Baca, Dugan, Tyler Green.

    Gucci Podcast
    Johanne Affricot e Christian Offman esplorano la mostra “SEDIMENTS. After Memory”, sponsorizzata da Gucci

    Gucci Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 15:53


    Spazio nomadico, piattaforma di sperimentazione multidisciplinare ed estensione fisica di GRIOTmag, Spazio Griot nasce con la volontà di amplificare le voci sottorappresentate e marginalizzate nel panorama artistico e culturale italiano e internazionale. In occasione di “SEDIMENTS. After Memory”, mostra che apre la programmazione artistica estiva di Spazio Griot, la curatrice e produttrice culturale indipendente romana e direttrice artistica dello spazio Johanne Affricot racconta la mostra insieme all'artista Christian Offman, tra i protagonisti dell'esposizione. Esplorando e approfondendo il significato dell'opera presentata dall'artista, la conversazione tocca temi importanti, come cittadinanza e appartenenza. Visita “SEDIMENTS. After Memory”: la mostra, sponsorizzata da Gucci, è aperta al pubblico fino al 4 settembre 2022, presso i padiglioni 9a e 9b del Mattatoio a Roma.

    Gucci Podcast
    Johanne Affricot and Céline Angbeletchy from SPAZIO GRIOT in conversation with interdisciplinary artist Autumn Knight

    Gucci Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 21:33


    A nomadic space and platform for multidisciplinary experimentation, exploration and discussion, SPAZIO GRIOT recently inaugurated its first exhibition in Rome, sponsored by Gucci. In the new episode of the Gucci Podcast independent curator and cultural producer Johanne Affricot and by Céline Angbeletchy, an editor, artist and music producer known by the stage name EHUA present SPAZIO GRIOT. Together, they discuss the recent exhibition ‘SEDIMENTS. After Memory' and talk to Autumn Knight—an interdisciplinary artist whose work is featured in the exhibition.SPAZIO GRIOT's summer programming will run until September 2022.

    Overpriced JPEGs
    All-In on Art Blocks with Founder, Erick Calderon (Snowfro) | Overpriced JPEGs #43

    Overpriced JPEGs

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 63:40


    ✨ SUBSCRIBE TO THE OVERPRICED JPEGS CHANNEL ✨ https://bankless.cc/jpegs  On this episode of Overpriced JPEGs, Carly is joined by Erick Calderon aka Snowfro, the legendary founder of Art Blocks and creator of Chromie Squiggles! What is the Art Blocks paradox? While the rest of us weather a bear market, Art Blocks is living in a bull market world all their own. Erick explains why that is, talks about the curation process for Art Blocks, and gives his thoughts on fxhash. As always, we hope you enjoy the conversation! ------

    Comic Talk Today
    Sitting Down With Comic Book Author R. Alan Brooks

    Comic Talk Today

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 65:42


    It may be vacation time for me but here is another StarFest 2022 interview. This time we get to talk with Denver comic book author R. Alan Brooks.R. Alan Brooks teaches graphic novel writing for Regis University's MFA program, and Lighthouse Writers Workshop. He's the author of “The Burning Metronome” and “Anguish Garden” - graphic novels featuring social commentary. His award-winning weekly comic for The Colorado Sun, “What'd I Miss?” has been praised for its direct engagement with social issues. His graphic novel work is featured in the Denver Art Museum's renovated Western exhibit. He hosts the Denver Museum of Contemporary Art's "How Art Is Born" podcast, as well as his own “MotherF**ker In A Cape” comics podcast, and has written comic books for Pop Culture Classroom, Zenescope Entertainment, and more.You can support this show by visiting our merch store, or by leaving us an Apple Podcasts review.

    Nerdy Legion Podcast Network
    COMIC TALK TODAY: SITTING DOWN WITH COMIC BOOK AUTHOR R. ALAN BROOKS

    Nerdy Legion Podcast Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 65:42


    It may be vacation time for me but here is another StarFest 2022 interview. This time we get to talk with Denver comic book author R. Alan Brooks.R. Alan Brooks teaches graphic novel writing for Regis University's MFA program, and Lighthouse Writers Workshop. He's the author of “The Burning Metronome” and “Anguish Garden” - graphic novels featuring social commentary. His award-winning weekly comic for The Colorado Sun, “What'd I Miss?” has been praised for its direct engagement with social issues. His graphic novel work is featured in the Denver Art Museum's renovated Western exhibit. He hosts the Denver Museum of Contemporary Art's "How Art Is Born" podcast, as well as his own “MotherF**ker In A Cape” comics podcast, and has written comic books for Pop Culture Classroom, Zenescope Entertainment, and more.You can support this show by visiting our merch store, or by leaving us an Apple Podcasts review.

    Evening's Kingdom
    Episode 15: Evening's Kingdom: The Conversations. The Beautiful Dissolution - An Interview with Justen Ahren, Poet Laureate of Martha's Vineyard.

    Evening's Kingdom

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 83:39


    Evenings Kingdom: the Conversations. Wide-ranging conversations with artists and thinkers on their work, their life; their adventures, processes and routines.  Hi travelers! I'm thrilled to present you with my conversation with Justen Ahren, the 2017-2019 poet laureate of Martha's Vineyard. Justen is a dear friend, poet, photographer, musician and teacher. He served as poet laureate of Martha's Vineyard from 2017 to 2019, and is the founder of Devotion to Writing, helping people around the world cultivate their daily writing practice and awaken creative abundance.   Justen has published two poetry collections, A Strange Catechism and A Machine for Remembering. His work has been exhibited at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, set to music by Grammy award-winning composers, commissioned by national dance theater groups and adapted and performed on stage. You can find him on Justenahren.com, and on Instagram and all socials as @justenahren.   We take a moment to get going and have some audio misadventures, my fault - but our conversation catches fire, so please do stay with us!  If you are an artist also, there is a great deal for you here, as we discuss:  - The secret, parallel fantasy life that helped Justen survive a very tough childhood - - Art as a coping mechanism, a lover, and, ultimately, a spiritual practice - - Beauty witnessing us, just as we witness it - -​ The magic of Intention, and how we may manifest our longings, for, as the ghost of the ancient shaman called Yaeel tells Ouma in EK: “That which you seek is also seeking you.” - How stories choose us... - And I reveal the wild, midnight ceremony which unexpectedly brought Ouma, and the entirety of Evening's Kingdom, into me. Thank you for listening. Please enjoy! 

    Creativity Found
    Jennifer Baker – finding space, light and oil paint

    Creativity Found

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 41:21


    Aged 18 Jennifer Baker packed her bags and moved from Florida to New York City to study at the School of Visual Arts, one of the best art schools in the US. It was the 1980s and she says that the school and the experience moulded her as an artist and as a person, but she couldn't live there forever. After graduating Jennifer had no clue of how to make art her profession, although she did try. She loved to travel and moved to Italy with her husband, where she ran a successful translating business for 20 years – but there was no time, or space, for painting.So, how is it that Jennifer has just returned from a gallery show in Florida, with more lined up in Italy and the US? What prompted Jennifer to pick up her paintbrush and beloved oil paints again, and what happened when she did? ‘I'm so glad I took the leap and started painting again. It's my passion and I love doing it.'CreativityFound.co.ukInstagram: @creativityfoundpodcastFacebook: @creativityfoundpodcastPinterest: @creativityfoundTwitter: @creativityfounClubhouse: @clairewaitebrown and Creativity Found Connect club Music: Day Trips by Ketsa Undercover / Ketsa Creative Commons License Free Music Archive - Ketsa - Day TripsArtworks: Emily Portnoi emilyportnoi.co.ukSupport the show

    PBS NewsHour - Segments
    Napoleon Jones-Henderson's new exhibit shows his unflagging spirit and artistic prowess

    PBS NewsHour - Segments

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 5:41


    Artist Napoleon Jones-Henderson has been working with textiles and other media for more than 50 years, and his spirit and artistic prowess are now on display at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston. Special correspondent Jared Bowen of GBH met Jones-Henderson at his home for our arts and culture series, "CANVAS." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

    Arranging Tangerines presented by Lydian Stater
    Arranging Tangerines Episode 29 - A Conversation with Maria Gabler

    Arranging Tangerines presented by Lydian Stater

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 37:33


    In this weeks episode, artist Maria Gabler walks us through her solo exhibition titled 'TRAMA' at PROXYCO Gallery located in Manhattan's Lower East Side. The show runs through July 20th - go see it! María Gabler (b. 1989) earned her BFA from the Catholic University of Chile and MFA in Visual Arts from the University of Chile. Gabler has exhibited extensively in Chile, including the solo shows “La Ventana” (2022) at Galería Gabriela Mistral, “Anfibia” (2021) at MAM Chiloé, “La Galería” (2017) at Sala de Arte CCU, and “Mirador” (2015) at Galería Tajamar. She has also participated in several group exhibitions in spaces such as Matucana 100, Galería D21, Galería Macchina, Galería Local, and Museo de la Solidaridad, among others. Her work has been recognized with the Sustainable Pavilion Award from the National Council for Culture and the Arts of Chile at ChACO Fair 2011; FONDART 2015, 2017, and 2020; Third Place in 2015 and First Place in 2021 in the CCU Art Fellowship and the Ca.Sa Foundation/Collection Award 2021, among others. In addition, since 2020, she has been part of the National Collection of Contemporary Art of Chile at the NationalCenter of Contemporary Art in Cerrillos. PROXYCO presents the works of emerging and mid-career artists from Latin America. Through exhibitions with artists that we represent as well as collaborations with galleries from Latin America and beyond, we aim to advance the understanding of work by artists of Latin American descent in an international art context. For PROXYCO, the term “Latin American” is not an essentializing classifier, but rather a fluid framework to value and engage with art that is informed by both a distinct cultural heritage and an ever-widening global perspective. Located in Manhattan's Lower East Side, PROXYCO was founded by Alexandra Morris (b. Mexico City) and Laura Saenz (b. Bogota). Links: Maria Gabler PROXYCO Gallery

    Greene & Lewis
    156: The Dutch Spectre

    Greene & Lewis

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 68:41


    Gym, beach, SWIM buys mushrooms, gambling follow up, stealing form strangers, Washington DC, the Lavendar Scare, crack in the car, and world crises.

    Interviews by Brainard Carey

    Joy Episalla repositions the photographic and video/moving image into the territory of sculpture. Since the 1980s, Episalla has exhibited widely in the United States and Europe, including solo exhibitions at Tibor de Nagy, NYC; Participant, Inc., NYC; International Center of Photography, NYC; and Galerie Joseph Tang, Paris. Their work has been featured in exhibitions including Greater New York, MoMA/PS1; Artists Space, NYC; ICA Philadelphia; Centre Pompidou, Paris; and Centrale for Contemporary Art, Belgium. They are the recipient of a 2003 Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award. Episalla is a founding member of the queer art collective fierce pussy. Joy Episalla foldtogram (daylight 2), 2018 gelatin silver object 24 x 20 x 3/4 inches Joy Episalla foldtogram (35' 2.5" x 44, August, iteration 6) 2018-2022 silver gelatin object dimensions variable

    Re-integrate
    Our Creativity is a Key to our Spirituality - with Mako Fujimura

    Re-integrate

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 49:54


    How is art an inroad to our experience of God? How does making things give us a more tangible knowledge of the love of God and the joy of being a human in God's image? What role do imagination and creativity have in a full-orbed theology? Our guest has some profound thoughts on these things. We are deeply honored to have renowned artist Makoto Fujimura on this episode of the Reintegrate Podcast.  Mako Fujimura is a leading contemporary artist in what is called the "slow art" movement. As a Japanese-American, he studied art at Bucknell University and then studied traditional Japanese painting in the doctorate program at the Tokyo University of the Arts. His art is a fusion of fine art and abstract expressionism utilizing the techniques of ancient traditional Japanese art.  His art has been featured widely in galleries and museums around the world including collections in The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, The Huntington Library, and the Tikotin Museum in Israel.  In addition to being a leading contemporary painter, Mako is an arts advocate, writer, and speaker who is recognized worldwide as a cultural influencer. Among his books are Refractions: A Journey of Faith, Art, and Culture (NavPress, 2009), Culture Care: Reconnecting with Beauty for Our Common Life (InterVarsity Press, 2017). His latest book is Art and Faith: A Theology of Making (Yale University Press, with a foreword by N.T. Wright, 2021). Fujimura founded the International Arts Movement in 1992, now called IAMCultureCare, which oversees the Fujimura Institute. He recently initiated Culture Care Creative which nurtures artists and creative catalysts, academics, and professional advocates to provide a sanctuary in which to gather, learn, collaborate, and create, including the Acadamy Kintsugi. See Mako explain and illustrate Kintsugi in this YouTube video.  Purchase Makoto Fujimura's books from independent Christian booksellers Byron and Beth Borger at Hearts & Minds Bookstore. You can order online through their secure server or call 717-246-333. Mention that you heard about these books on the Reintegrate Podcast and get 20% off!  >> Thanks for listening! Your hosts for the Re-integrate Podcast are Dr. Bob Robinson and David Loughney. Go to re-integrate.org for the latest articles on reintegrating your callings with God's mission and online resources for further learning. You can also find out about a Bible study book that you can use in your small group or individual devotions: Reintegrate Your Vocation with God's Mission. On Reintegrate's podcast page, you'll find more episodes and ways to email us to comment on this podcast.

    Talking Out Your Glass podcast
    Emilio Santini: The Poetry of Glass

    Talking Out Your Glass podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 77:43


    Born in Mirano, Italy, Emilio Santini comes from a family with centuries of tradition in glass. With skills in the areas of lampworking, glassblowing, casting and diamond point engraving, he has taught primarily torchworking at many of the major glass schools in the US including Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, Washington, Penland School of Craft, Bakersville, North Carolina, and Pittsburgh Glass Center, as well as at Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia. Currently residing in Blacksburg, Virginia, Santini is dedicating more time to his first love – writing poetry and fiction, with a particular focus on the glass world, past and present. The product of over 500 years of glassblowing tradition, Santini's father was his first teacher. At the age of 11, Emilio was sent to work in Cenedese glass factory during the three-month summer break from school. His uncle, Giacinto Cadamuro, was his teacher during that year. For the next five years, the young Santini went back to work for three months in the same glass factory but with different masters, including “Petà” and “Mamaracio”. At 17, Emilio's father started teaching him lampworking, an activity that became the primary focus of his career as a glass educator.   Santini spent nearly 10 years refining his skills before — after four summers of persistent courtship during her studies in Venice — he married Theresa Johansson and moved to her family home in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Without the close family and workshop connections that helped him so much in Murano, Santini struggled to sell his work. He failed to grasp the much more demanding and decentralized nature of the sprawling American art glass market, and the couple returned to Murano. In 1988, Santini moved with his wife to Williamsburg, Virginia, where he established a small lampworking studio. He made his third and final attempt to immigrate to the US when his wife was hired at William and Mary. During this period, the artist received a call from Peninsula Glass Guild co-founder Ali Rogan, who tracked him down after stumbling across one of his impressive works in a small York County craft shop. With her encouragement, Santini entered the Guild's annual juried show, where he not only won top prize, but so impressed the juror — a nationally prominent Washington, D.C.-area gallery owner — that she bought his piece and gave him a solo show. Also during this time, Santini received his first invitation to conduct a demonstration before an audience of collectors, gallery owners and other glass artists at Penland School of Craft. That's when he knocked on the door of internationally known Studio Glass pioneer, Harvey Littleton, who was so impressed with his unexpected guest from Murano that he invited him in for an eye-opening 3-hour conversation. Santini says: “Up until then, I really had no idea of what to do with glass beside production and fine design. I didn't know about making art objects.”  Over the past few years, Santini has concentrated primarily on sculpture and creating pieces that incorporate cast, blown and lampworked elements, along with metal and stone. These represent a major shift in his work, though many of these pieces had their genesis as sketches or models made throughout his creative life. Most recently, the artist has turned his focus to the written word, both prose and poetry, to which he dedicates considerable time and energy. Since venturing out on his own 34 years ago, Santini has combined his production and fine design work with one-of-kind art objects and sculpture to become widely recognized as one of the top lampworkers in the country. His work can be found in numerous private collections and museums such as the Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York; The Ca' Pesaro Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Venice, Italy; the Sheffield Museum, England; the Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia; and many others. He's blended his superlative technical expertise with his humor, imagination and friendliness to become a nationally known teacher at Virginia Commonwealth University as well as the workshop circuit. What has been the secret to Santini's success? He knows Venetian techniques so well, but instead of being secretive about them, he's generously shared his talents with students, collectors and glass lovers around the globe.   

    Art World: Whitehot Magazine with Noah Becker
    Kelcey Edwards - filmmaker, writer and art curator

    Art World: Whitehot Magazine with Noah Becker

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 38:54


    Guest host Stephen Wozniak interviews filmmaker, writer and independent art curator Kelcey Edwards on the July 9, 2022 episode of Art World: The Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art podcast. They discuss the production and release of Kelcey's new groundbreaking documentary feature motion picture The Art of Making It, a critical tapestry about the transformation of the professional visual arts world ecosystem; her work as a producer on the PBS documentary Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines, as well meeting the original television Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter; women's rights activist Gloria Steinem, and celebrated artist Frank Stella during the course of her work, among other timely topics. Podcast Series Title: Art World: The Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art Episode Title: Wozniak Interviews Kelcey Edwards Guest Host: Stephen Wozniak Guest: Kelcey Edwards Air Date: July 9, 2022 Running Time: 38 minutes --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/noah-becker4/support

    Greene & Lewis
    155: The Three Men Inside You

    Greene & Lewis

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 69:22


    Podcast – Evidence In Motion
    Movers & Shakers I Virtual Reality I Hunter Hoffman

    Podcast – Evidence In Motion

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 35:07


    Join host Dr. Larry Benz, nationally recognized for his expertise in private practice physical therapy and occupational medicine alongside NEW co-hosts Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski. From Evidence In Motion, The Practice Leadership Podcast's Movers and Shakers Season will go straight to the source, asking the industry heavyweights about research, social media, what technology challenges lie ahead, their seasoned advice form the clinic floor, and where to take action in advocacy. This week on the nineth episode of the season Larry Benz, Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski are joined by Hunter Hoffman, PhD. He is the Director of the Virtual Reality Research Center at the Human Photonics Lab at the University of Washington Dept of Mechanical Engineering in Seattle and he is affiliate faculty in the University of Washington Depts of Radiology and UW Dept of Psychology. He also collaborates with researchers in UW departments of Radiology, Psychology, Rehabilitation Medicine, Orthopedic and Sports Medicine, and Anesthesiology.   Since 1993, he has developed, Virtual Reality Monitoring World, SpiderWorld (For treating spider phobia), World Trade Center World, an immersive virtual reality simulation of the 9/1 attacks for treating civilian PTSD with VR exposure therapy, SnoWorld, the first VR world designed for treating pain and VR DBT Mindfulness Skills learning World (in collaboration with Marsha M. Linehan et al).  In 1997, Hoffman and clinical researcher David Patterson originated the technique of using immersive virtual reality for pain distraction during painful medical procedures, at Harborview Burn Center in Seattle. Hoffman, Patterson, and Walter Meyer MD have recently conducted joint research using VR distraction to reduce pain in children with unusually large severe burn wound injuries at Shriners Hospitals for Children in Galveston Texas. Hoffman is also collaborating with researchers at the University of Montreal, using VR distraction to reduce the pain of young children (average age 2 years old) during burn wound care. SnowWorld went on a one year exhibit tour at the Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt National Museum of Design Triennial in Manhattan, and the Boston Museum of Contemporary Art. Hoffman was identified by FastCompany.com as one of the Fast 50 people most likely to influence the next 10 years. Dr. Hoffman says he started out using immersive virtual reality in the 1990s and his colleague and him were the first publish using virtual reality as a distraction. A lot of their early research done was with burn patients during physical therapy range of motion exercises. It worked well for reducing the pain of children and adults with severe burns. As the they were recovering from the burns the skin contracts so there are two things happening, the muscles atrophy from not being used and the skin contracts so the range of motion exercise helps maintain the elasticity of the skin also it helps to strengthen the muscles. As a universal problem with physical therapy, all living organisms avoid pain, so it is hard to get people to do things that make them feel pain. The nice thing about virtual reality is it reduces your pain while you are wearing the helmet. Using it as a simple distraction was easier to get people in. Hunter and his team then developed a question to measure success, How much fun did you have during your wound care or physical therapy? The medical community said that was inappropriate but what was found was that the patients fun went from a 0 or 1 to a 7or 8 out of a 10. Some people pushed back and said they must not of understood the question. Hunter says whether they did or not the answer to the question is how much pain  the patient had during their physical therapy, and they are answering that they had fun. It is easier to get someone to do something they remember doing that was fun than painful.   In dealing with persistent pain patients Hunter says virtual reality has a lot of potential for at home patient work because it can be more motivating by being intrinsically interesting.  To get long-term benefits, he sees an opportunity in changing the persons memories by performing movements with less pain. Avatars are being introduced into virtual reality where you do not need anything on your hand and this is good news for patients with chronic pain. Often, chronic pain patients do not like having any equipment on their bodies. If you start getting more effective treatment you are going to start seeing  an increase in retention of physical therapy.    Learn more about the recent and past experiments with thermal pain stimulation Hunter has conducted. The role that phycological influence has in our pain perception, his previous projects, how this technology might be used in a clinic in the future and more! More Links: Larry Benz – Twitter - @PhysicalTherapy Tim Reynolds – Twitter -@ TimReynoldsDPT Movers & Mentors – Twitter - @MoversMentors Evidence In Motion – Twitter- @EIMTeam  Additional Research Virtual Reality Training: Pain Neuroscience Education, EIM Course in partnership with BEHAVR https://www.behavr.com/about-us/ Ad Info: Evidence In Motion is excited to be back in person and back to hands-on learning for the 2022 Align Conference. This year you can join an all-star lineup of speakers in Dallas, Texas, August 26 through the 28. The labs and lectures focus on sharpening the physical, hands-on treatments essential to patient care. Save 5% on registration as a practice Leadership Podcast listener. Visit alignconference.com and use the promo code PRACTICELEADERSHIP at checkout.

    lets talk art with brooke » podcasts
    My chat with artist, William A. Noguera from San Quentin

    lets talk art with brooke » podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 56:46


    Episode 220: Today I talk to artist, author and speaker, William A. Noguera, who works from San Quentin. Along with 3 new podcasts and 3 new books, he has a solo exhibition on the Mezzanine at the Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art in Charlotte which goes until 9/10/22. We talk process, motivation, and identity. [Check […] The post My chat with artist, William A. Noguera from San Quentin appeared first on Let's Talk Art With Brooke.

    DESIGN DEDUX
    038. Failing and Making Mistakes, Intentionally, with Sean Schumacher (S5E1)

    DESIGN DEDUX

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 60:50


    Sean Schumacher has been a graphic designer for more than a decade with work in both interaction and print design. His specialty has been in serving mission-driven organizations in the arts and education fields. He was the designer for the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art and its TBA Festival from 2014 to 2017. Sean's practice…

    SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano
    Le ultime novità del mondo dell'arte in Australia

    SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 3:19


    Il critico d'arte Andrea Candiani ci offre le sue riflessioni sull'artista del momento, Jason Phu che espone all'ACCA, Australian Center for Contemporary Art.

    System of Systems
    Not Human (PREVIEW) (W/ Madeline Kuzak)

    System of Systems

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 11:37


    Prior to the day of our independence, Adam calls up his friend, the artist from Detroit and soon to move to New York Madeline Kuzak. Maddie works in painting and illustration, as well as performance and more conceptual driven work. When Adam introduced his theory of Crytographic Transgressive art in in Amphetamine Sulphate's 'Human Rights' anthology, Maddie was one of the artists he used to bolster his concept. Maddie's work is cloaked in the tropes of femininity, and feminist curators are often all too enthusiastic to drag her work into their theories. But there is actually a very interesting subversion going on here, where the theme of female victimhood is constantly being deconstructed and challenged.   FULL EPISODE HERE   Sountrack: Artificial Peace "Artificial Peace" Archgoat "Angel Cunt" ZZ Top "Move me Down the Line" Hidious in Strength "Torture #2" Townes Van Zandt "Snake Mountain Blues"   LINKS: Maddie at Instagram: @crawl_space Read Adam's "A Primer on Crypto-Transgression" by purchasing 'Human Rights' Maddie at Darkzone Adam on Crypto-Transgression in 'Euphoria'

    Monocle 24: The Monocle Culture Show
    Contemporary arts in the Mena region

    Monocle 24: The Monocle Culture Show