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Human Eye is a bi-weekly podcast series hosted by Miranda Javid and Max Guy. Episodes are part candid, part structured phone conversations about art and life--about living as artists. We share insecurities, talk about working independently, about graduate school, time, money, and what we are/not going to do over the weekend. Each episode is accompanied by a reading guide, with links to criticism, short stories, social media accounts, and other resources mentioned in the show.

Occasionally diverging from this format, we interview peers, people we admire and invite guests to contribute audio-experiences.

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Human Eye is a bi-weekly podcast series hosted by Miranda Javid and Max Guy. Episodes are part candid, part structured phone conversations about art and life--about living as artists. We share insecurities, talk about working independently, about graduate school, time, money, and what we are/not going to do over the weekend. Each episode is accompanied by a reading guide, with links to criticism, short stories, social media accounts, and other resources mentioned in the show.

Occasionally diverging from this format, we interview peers, people we admire and invite guests to contribute audio-experiences.

    Episode 13 Audio Experience: Insane Cover Letter

    Episode 13 Audio Experience: Insane Cover Letter

    Episode 13 Audio Experience: Insane Cover Letter by Miranda Pfeiffer and Max Guy

    • 4 Min.
    Episode 13 - That's my job/That's not my job

    Episode 13 - That's my job/That's not my job

    In this Episode Max and Miranda discuss the limits of creative-type-jobs. What is and isn't part of a job? What should you get paid for? Special guest, Bettina Yung.

    • 1 Std. 8 Min.
    Episode 12 - Interview with Bb

    Episode 12 - Interview with Bb

    In this episode, we rekindle a conversation with Allie Linn and Colin Alexander, co-directors of Bb, a gallery in Baltimore. Val Karuskevich showed up halfway through the episode and took this picture; also lurking was the work of Jared Brown and Kim Westfall, which was installed at Bb during that time. We talk about artist-run beginnings and endings.

    • 1 Std. 5 Min.
    Episode 12 - Audio Experience - Parmagiano Reggiano

    Episode 12 - Audio Experience - Parmagiano Reggiano

    In this script-reading, Colin Alexander and Allie Linn Also adapt a scene of “Chef’s Table” where a cheese farm is talking about the process of making parmesan.

    • 3 Min.
    Episode 10 - Audio Experience - Material by Alice Munro

    Episode 10 - Audio Experience - Material by Alice Munro

    It's now day, but when I [Miranda] started recording this episode, it was the middle of the night. I woke up and couldn't get back to sleep. I found myself trying to remember the name of this short story by Alice Munro. Eventually, I got up and started googling, 'woman apartment alice munro' until I found it:

    This is a story about a woman reflecting on past experiences of her ex-husband while she calls him out on other faux (or are they faux?) parts of his personality. Like most of her stories--the women are not so awesome themselves. Yet even in the ambiguous morality, what shines through is a clear P.O.V. from a single narrator, tinged with snippets of the lives of others. It is impossible to represent all perspectives at once.

    It turns out that this story, with it's multiple takes on Dotty and the shitty apartment on Argyle, makes a lot of sense for an episode about counter narratives. If this is the non-writers musing on a writer's retelling of real events (of course, still a fiction written by a writer IRL), then we as readers could possibly wonder about Dotty's story, in addition to the narrator.

    I hope you enjoy this shitty audio recording of a really great story or my screencapped hack of a pdf of Material itself. (Linked on http://humaneyepodcast.com/Episode-10-Counter-Narrative )

    • 37 Min.

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