The Jack Straw Artist of the Week Podcast highlights work created in Jack Straw's Artist Residencies
July 14, 2021: Submergence: Poetry and Sound Excerpt
Our recent exhibit Submergence: Going Below the Surface with Orca and Salmon, presented with the Endangered Species Coalition, included a soundscape of orca sounds, original poetry, and music. This excerpt features Jack Straw Writers Ching-In Chen and Rena Priest reading their work, and music by Eduardo del Signore, with Hydrophone recordings by Orcasound.
June 30, 2021: Rachel Lodge New Media Gallery interview
Alyssa Keene interviews Jack Straw New Media Gallery artist Rachel Lodge about her installation Transfiguration: Carbon Flow.
June 23, 2021: Byron Au Yong: Pomelo
Byron Au Yong's Pomelo is the first installment in Sonolocations, our three-part series of commissioned works with The Henry Art Gallery. Hear and learn more at soundcloud.com/sonolocations and henryart.org.
May 5, 2021: Josephine Ensign - Skid Road Oral Histories
As part of her interdisciplinary Skid Road project, Jack Straw Artist Josephine Ensign conducted interviews with people who work and live at the intersection of health and homelessness in King County. This excerpt comes from an interview with Public Health-Seattle and King County nurse Heather Barr. Josephine's book Skid Road: On the Frontier of Health and Homelessness in an American City will be published this summer by Johns Hopkins University Press. Learn more about this project at josephineensign.com/skid-road.
March 31, 2021: KO SOLO - Standby Mode
KO SOLO (aka Kate Olson)'s "Standby Mode" is inspired by the work of 2020 Jack Straw Writer Arianne True, and was careated as part of our recent collaboration with the Bushwick Book Club Seattle. Check out Kate’s Spring into Weirdness livestream Friday 4/2/21 at 7pm on Loudswell.
March 17, 2021: Alicia Jo Rabins - My Grandfather Deserted the Czar's Army (Therapist)
This song is from the soundtrack to the film A Kaddish for Bernie Madoff, written and created by Jack straw Artist Alicia Jo Rabins, who completed the soundtrack album through her Jack Straw Artist Support Program residency. Find more information on the film at akaddishforberniemadoff.com.
Good music I like it!