45 episodes

Podcast presented by the South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival.

SALA Podcast SALA Festival

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    • 4.6 • 9 Ratings

Podcast presented by the South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival.

    2023 SALA Feature Artist: Helen Fuller

    2023 SALA Feature Artist: Helen Fuller

    In this episode, Steph catches up with Helen Fuller in the artist’s home studio. Steph asks Helen about the range of mediums she has used over the years, what it’s like to have a book published about her career, and Helen gives context to the artwork that featured on the 2023 SALA Poster & program. They also chat about the influence of family on her artmaking, and the joy of coming home from walks with a pocket full of curiosities. Her exhibition Shedding is on at Adelaide Central Gallery until 27 October 2023.
     
    Show notes
    Interview Transcript (PDF)
    Helen Fuller, Samstag Museum of Art, UniSA, Adelaide Festival 2022 / catalogue
    Helen Fuller (book) Wakefield press
    SALA Feature Artist: Info / Archive
    South Australian Living Artist Publication
    Shedding, at Adelaide Central Gallery (until 27 October 2023)
     
    Music: Raven Warble - Chad Crouch

    • 41 min
    Artist Interview: Monika Morgenstern

    Artist Interview: Monika Morgenstern

    In this episode, Steph catches up with artist Monika Morgenstern. They chat about the overarching theme of mysticism in her work, and what kind of materials she uses to explore something so intangible. They trace spiritual moments across her life, from childhood awe at Europe’s cathedrals, to the natural splendour of Lake Tyrrell in Australia.
     
    Monika.Morgenstern.com/biography
    Adelaide Central School of Art
    ArtsSA fellowship / Arts & Culture Grants Program
    Erni Tinesz (glass artist)
    Numinous encounter
    Wordless Silence at Barossa Regional Gallery, Mon-Sun 11am-4pm, 26 July – 2 October 2023.
    Prima materia [wikipedia]
    Jerome Lyons / Cheese Factory Studio Gallery, Meadows SA
    Strathalbyn, South Australia
    Sea Lake, Victoria
    Masonic lodge
    THRFG - Creative Health Art Prize 2023
    @MonikaMorgensternArt
    MonikaMorgenstern.com
    Monika on Facebook & YouTube
    Monika's work on Shop SALA
     
    Music: Dark Water by Xylo-Ziko

    • 25 min
    Artist Interview: Ian Gibbins

    Artist Interview: Ian Gibbins

    Steph catches up with artist Ian Gibbins in this special science-themed episode presented in partnership with Inspiring SA. They chat about Ian's work as scientist and how it informs his art, and some surprising parallels between the fields of science and art – from the urge to show your work to others to the tedium of failed experiments.
     
    Show Notes
    IanGibbins.com.au
    Chris Wallace-Crabbe
    Vincent Buckley
    Urban Biology
    The Joinery
    Ian Gibbins, Beyond the Floodtide
    Conservation Council South Australia
    Catherine Truman
    A Partnership for Uncertain Times: Art + Science + Technology [catalogue]
    ANAT / the Australian Network for Art & Technology
    Ian Gibbins, dog daze, 2017
     
    Image: lo
    Music: Ian Gibbins (used with permission)

    • 45 min
    Artist Interview: Kaspar Schmidt Mumm

    Artist Interview: Kaspar Schmidt Mumm

    In this episode, Steph catches up with multidisciplinary artist Kaspar Schmidt Mumm. They throw back to his mother's artistic influence, and trace that framing of art as a vehicle for bigger things through to his latest exhibition, Rockamora. Tune in to hear why participatory sculpture isn't at all like sitting in the front row of a comedy show, and what Ursula Le Guin has to do with offering chips to bullies.
     
    Show Notes:
    Interview Transcript (PDF)
    KasparSchmidtMumm.com
    @Kaspartness (Instagram)
    Koruna Schmidt Mumm
    Jean-Michel Basquiat
    Kaspar’s Painting works
    Kaspar’s Paper works
    IMMI / IMEMI
    Humboldt Forum
    Berlin’s bizarre new museum (Guardian article)
    ROCKAMORA over the years
    ROCKAMORA at Adelaide Contemporary Experimental (ACE)10 June – 12 August 2023, 11am-4pm Tues-Sat, free entry
    Porter Street Commission
    The Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction – Ursula K. Le Guin
    The Bait Fridge
    Slowmango.com /  @Slowmango_
     
    See also: ABC Art Works Series 3, Episode 19
     
    Image: photo of Kaspar by Emmaline Zanelli, courtesy of ACE
    Music: Blob Funk – Slowmango, 2023, Hypercolour Miscellaneous, courtesy of Kaspar
     

    • 50 min
    Artist Interview: Kasia Tons

    Artist Interview: Kasia Tons

    In this episode, Steph catches up with artist Kasia Tons in her cosy Adelaide Hills studio. They talk about her early days in the textile industry, the labour-intensive nature of her work, and how her work calls for a re-examining of the human relationship to nature.
     
    Show notes:
    Transcript (pending)
    One Year Dress project
    Guildhouse Collections Project
    Biotic Commune at the Museum of Economic Botany
    @PussyRiot
    GuerrillaGirls.com
    Future Materials Bank
    @fashion_for_bank_robbers
    @Kasia.Tons on Instagram
    kasiarosetons.com

    • 42 min
    Artist Interview: Chris De Rosa

    Artist Interview: Chris De Rosa

    In this episode, Steph catches up with artist Chris De Rosa in her home studio in Port Elliot. They chat about how she found her way to art-making, the versatility of paper as a material, her recent exhibition Seaweeding, and how living on the coast informs her practice.
     
    Show Notes
    Transcript of this interview [PDF]
    Henry de Toulouse-Lautrec – French painter, printmaker, illustrator
    JamFactory
    Paper Mache / Papier Mache
    flora (noun): the plants of a particular region, habitat, or geological period.
    Seaweeding exhibition [art almanac] [inDaily]
    beachcombing (noun): an activity that consists of an individual “combing” (or searching) the beach and the intertidal zone, looking for things of value, interest, or utility.
    Museum of Economic Botany
    Jessie Hussey
    Spongia: a genus of marine sponges in the family Spongiidae containing more than 60 species.
    Porifera: the phylum that sponges belong to.
    Taxonomic rank (phylum, class, order, family, genus, species)
    The Drowned World, JG Ballard, 1962
    Sea Tulip
    bust (noun): a sculpture of a person’s head, shoulders, and chest.
    Honor Freeman: artist, performer
    Mickey Mason: artist & filmmaker
    Susi Benger: eco-conscious swimwear designer @CocoAndShy
    Horseshoe Bay, Port Elliot
    Super 8: type of film camera
    Giuseppe Faraone: sound designer
    Cath Kenneally: writer, poet.
    Rosina Possingham: artist, graphic designerGuildhouse Catapult mentorship program
    Trent Walter & Stuart Geddes [artguide interview]
    Good Bank Gallery, McLaren Vale
    Valerie Taylor: artist, filmmaker, marine conservationist
    ‘Water People’ exhibition (28 May - 31 July 2023) at Coral St Art Space, Victor Harbor
    Flinders University Museum of Art
    @Chris_DeRosa on Instagram
     
    Music: Monplaisir - The Rise The Walk The Hope via FMA.

    • 43 min

Customer Reviews

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9 Ratings

9 Ratings

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It is so wonderful to hear from artists in South Australia.

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