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The art world can be perceived as exclusive, pretentious, and fickle, but in this famously opaque and unregulated industry, what insight can artists, curators and collectors share about their field?

Subtext & Discourse Michael Dooney

    • Visual Arts

The art world can be perceived as exclusive, pretentious, and fickle, but in this famously opaque and unregulated industry, what insight can artists, curators and collectors share about their field?

    Interview with Lena Fließbach | EP20 Subtext & Discourse

    Interview with Lena Fließbach | EP20 Subtext & Discourse

    Interview with independent curator and author Lena Fliessbach. In this episode we learn about her professional journey in the art world and her current exhibition ZERO WASTE; which was scheduled to open at the Museum of Visual Arts, Leipzig on 26. March 2020.

    • 47 min
    Interview with Boris Eldagsen | EP19 Subtext & Discourse

    Interview with Boris Eldagsen | EP19 Subtext & Discourse

    Hope that everyone is taking care in light of current events and the uncertain outcome of the corona virus. In today's episode of Subtext & Discourse I caught up with Berlin based photo media artist Boris Eldagsen. I've known Boris for many years now and in fact interviewed him back in 2014 when we presented his series Safety by Numbers in a group show about typologies.Picking up where the previous conversation left off, we find out how his artistic process has evolved over the past six years, the new direction his work has taken, how photography festivals were a game changer, the influence of Roger Ballen on his work and upcoming solo exhibition this summer during the 2020 edition of Les Rencontres d'Arles in the south of France.Interview with Boris Eldagsen recorded by Michael Dooney on 14. February 2020 at Boris's studio in Berlin, Germany.BORIS ELDAGSENHome Page: http://www.eldagsen.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/boriseldagsen/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/boriseldagsenYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJz2sAaos322wGsuCtNpZHgTHE OTHER SIDE with Tanvir Taolad: http://www.eldagsen.com/theotherside/Luisa Catucci Gallery: https://www.luisacatucci.com/boris-eldagsen/Karl Oskar Gallery https://www.karloskargallery.com/photospielSEBASTIAN DE LA LUZ (audio engineering)https://soundcloud.com/sebastiandelaluzMICHAEL DOONEYhttp://www.michaeldooney.net/https://www.instagram.com/michaeldooney/https://twitter.com/michaeldooney_https://www.youtube.com/michaeldooneyPromoting Your Photography in the Art World: https://www.bbk-bildungswerk.de/con/cms/front_content.php?idart=6292&refId=789Private Coaching Sessions in Berlin: https://www.bbk-bildungswerk.de/con/cms/front_content.php?idart=15#dooneyJARVIS DOONEYhttp://www.jarvisdooney.com/https://www.facebook.com/jarvisdooneyhttps://www.instagram.com/jarvisdooney/https://twitter.com/jarvisdooneyhttps://www.patreon.com/JarvisDooney

    • 37 min
    Interview with Marina Stanimirovic | EP18 Subtext & Discourse

    Interview with Marina Stanimirovic | EP18 Subtext & Discourse

    In today's episode of Subtext & Discourse I'm speaking with Berlin based artist Marina Stanimirovic who creates contemporary jewellery, sound and installation art. Starting her journey in her home city of Paris at École Boulle, continuing to SEPR in Lyon and completing her MA at the RCA London; Marina shares these life changing experiences with us, the push and pull between contemporary art and contemporary design, as well as her first solo exhibition at Gallery Tator following a residency at Moly Sabata in France.Interview with Marina Stanimirovic recorded by Michael Dooney on 24. January 2020 at Marina's studio in Berlin, Germany.MARINA STANIMIROVICHome Page http://marinastanimirovic.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ma.stanimirovic/Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/ma-169RCA London https://www.rca.ac.uk/students/marina-stanimirovic/Moly-Sabata Residency https://www.instagram.com/p/BsdXhB6Hf2U/Tator Gallery http://rogertator.com/galerie-tator-expositions/164-123Marie Jacotey https://www.instagram.com/mariejacotey/Margaux Clavel https://www.instagram.com/wwan.1/SEBASTIAN DE LA LUZhttps://soundcloud.com/sebastiandelaluzMICHAEL DOONEYhttp://www.michaeldooney.net/https://www.instagram.com/michaeldooney/https://twitter.com/michaeldooney_https://www.youtube.com/michaeldooneyJARVIS DOONEYhttp://www.jarvisdooney.com/https://www.facebook.com/jarvisdooneyhttps://www.instagram.com/jarvisdooney/https://twitter.com/jarvisdooneyhttps://www.patreon.com/JarvisDooney

    • 39 min
    Interview with Maria Gracia de Pedro | EP17 Subtext & Discourse

    Interview with Maria Gracia de Pedro | EP17 Subtext & Discourse

    Welcome back everyone and hope that you had a great start to the New Year! It took a little longer that I had hoped to get the first episode online for 2020, however you'll soon find out that it was worth the wait. In today's episode I am speaking with Maria Garcia de Pedro. We first met a few years ago during Talking Galleries Barcelona and have been in contact since then. The plan was to record a podcast during LOOP Barcelona, but it just wasn't possible during the busy schedule. However following a hectic finish to 2019 and equally merry festive season we managed to record our conversation over Skype in the first week of the New Year.----------Maria Gracia de Pedro (b.1990) lives and works in Madrid, Spain. She holds a BA in Fine Arts (University of Zaragoza) and an MA in the Art Market (UDIMA-CEF University), with an Executive Certificate in Leadership in Visual Arts management (Deusto Business School, Guggenheim and NYU University) and an Entrepreneurial Certificate of Citizen Bootcamp (Deusto Business School and City Bank). Currently she is developing an PhD research, specialised in emerging artists. She is the director of JosédelaFuente (Spain), co-founder of Hiato Projects, fundraiser officer for Vessel (Italy), editor at Daily Lazy, and guest lecturer at URJC (Spain). Past work experience includes: Ruber Contemporanea (IT), Aldama Fabre (ES), Waterside Contemporary (UK) and Francesco Pantaleone Arte Contemporanea (IT). Maria is member of TIAMSA and IAC.----------Interview with Maria Gracia de Pedro recorded by Michael Dooney on 3. January 2020 in Berlin, Germany. Photo by Pedro Zarzoso. MARIA GRACIA DE PEDROhttps://mariagraciadepedro.com/https://www.instagram.com/mariagraciadepedro/https://twitter.com/mgraciadepedrohttps://www.facebook.com/mariagraciadepedroJOSÉDELAFUENTEhttp://josedelafuente.gallery/https://www.instagram.com/josedelafuentegallery/https://www.facebook.com/josedelafuentegallery/https://twitter.com/JdelaFuente_artOrbital Projects - http://josedelafuente.gallery/seccion/orbital-projects-en/HIATO PROJECTShttp://hiatoprojects.com/https://www.instagram.com/hiatoprojects/https://www.facebook.com/hiatoprojects/JARVIS DOONEYhttp://www.jarvisdooney.com/https://www.facebook.com/jarvisdooneyhttps://www.instagram.com/jarvisdooney/https://twitter.com/jarvisdooneyhttps://www.patreon.com/JarvisDooneySEBASTIAN DE LA LUZhttps://soundcloud.com/sebastiandelaluzMICHAEL DOONEYhttp://www.michaeldooney.net/https://www.instagram.com/michaeldooney/https://twitter.com/michaeldooney_https://www.youtube.com/michaeldooney

    • 38 min
    Interview with artist Krista Svalbonas | EP16 Subtext & Discourse

    Interview with artist Krista Svalbonas | EP16 Subtext & Discourse

    In what will likely be the last interview for 2019, today I'm speaking with Krista Svalbonas. Krista not only took part in the Jarvis Dooney Postcard Salon but also surprised me in Arles when she booked me to review her portfolio during the opening week of the festival. Krista shares a lot of insight into her project about displaced person camps in Germany which she has been documenting for the past few years, her unique photographic process, as well as how this personal story and shared history is very relevant in these uncertain times.----------Krista Svalbonas (b.1977, USA) holds a BFA Photography (Syracuse University) and an MFA Interdisciplinary (SUNY New Paltz). Her work has been exhibited in a number of exhibitions including at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Howard Yezerski Gallery in Boston, Klompching Gallery and ISE Cultural Foundation in New York. Her work has been collected in a number of private collections, as well as the Cesis Art Museum in Latvia. Recent awards include the Rhonda Wilson Award (2017), Puffin Foundation Grant (2016) and a Bemis Fellowship (2015) among others. In 2015 Svalbonas exhibited a solo installation at the Spartanburg Art Museum in South Carolina. She is an assistant professor of photography at St. Joseph’s University. She lives and works in Philadelphia.----------Interview with Krista Svalbonas recorded by Michael Dooney on 27. September 2019 in Berlin, Germany.KRISTA SVALBONASWebsite http://www.kristasvalbonas.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/kristasvalbonas/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/KristaStudiosArt/Fraction magazine http://www.fractionmagazine.com/krista-svalbonasJARVIS DOONEYhttp://www.jarvisdooney.com/https://www.facebook.com/jarvisdooneyhttps://www.instagram.com/jarvisdooney/https://twitter.com/jarvisdooneyhttps://www.patreon.com/JarvisDooneySEBASTIAN DE LA LUZhttps://soundcloud.com/sebastiandelaluzMICHAEL DOONEYhttp://www.michaeldooney.net/https://www.instagram.com/michaeldooney/https://twitter.com/michaeldooney_https://www.youtube.com/michaeldooney

    • 23 min
    Interview with artist couple Louise Crawford & Stéphan Guéneau | EP15 Subtext & Discourse

    Interview with artist couple Louise Crawford & Stéphan Guéneau | EP15 Subtext & Discourse

    As 2019 draws to an end we have a couple more interviews with participants of our second Postcard Salon which took place at the beginning of this year. Back in July I met up with Louise Crawford and Stéphan Guéneau, artist couple from Scottland and France respectively. We speak about their series 36 Related Objects, their love of large format analogue photography and the inevitable transition to a digital workflow.----------Louise Crawford (Scotland) and Stéphan Guéneau (France) work on large format analogue photography (4X5), 16mm films and installations. They live in Paris and Berlin. Louise Crawford studied at Falmouth School of Art in England followed by a postgraduate year at the Düsseldorf Kunstakademie. Stéphan Guéneau studied in l’École des Beaux-Arts de Rouen in France and in the Hochschule der Künste in Berlin. They are both Le Fresnoy — Studio national des arts contemporains alumni. They have been collaborating since 2000. Recurrent themes throughout their work are; an interest in contemporary history and its impact on urban space and landscape, film —and the film noir aesthetic—, the archive as document/as artwork, the half-tone image and its relationship to history, archiving and cataloging. In April 2019, they had a screenprinting residency with Atelier #808080 in association with La Maison Julien Graq; in 2016, a post-production residency with Light Cone in Paris to re-master and digitize 2 film works and in 2014 were chosen for an Écritures de Lumières’ academic photography residency at Pierre & Marie Curie college in Bolbec, Normandy. In 2010 they were commissioned by the Goethe Institut and the French Alliance in Glasgow to produce a series of photographs celebrating the 20th anniversary of German Reunification shown at Street Level Photography Gallery during Glasgow International and in 2008 they were commissioned by L’Onde Art Centre outside of Paris to produce a series of photographs exhibited in advertising panels throughout the city of Velizy-Villacoublay.----------Interview with Louise Crawford and Stéphan Guéneau recorded by Michael Dooney on 30. July 2019 in Berlin, Germany.LOUISE CRAWFORD AND STÉPHAN GUÉNEAUWebsite http://www.crawfordgueneau.net/Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/user-134454193JARVIS DOONEYhttp://www.jarvisdooney.com/https://www.facebook.com/jarvisdooneyhttps://www.instagram.com/jarvisdooney/https://twitter.com/jarvisdooneyhttps://www.patreon.com/JarvisDooneySEBASTIAN DE LA LUZhttps://soundcloud.com/sebastiandelaluzMICHAEL DOONEYhttp://www.michaeldooney.net/https://www.instagram.com/michaeldooney/https://twitter.com/michaeldooney_https://www.youtube.com/michaeldooney

    • 26 min

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