A new series that opens conversations between artists and their contemporaries. "Artists in the World" uplifts artistic voices and explores multiple histories, geographies, and current events while creating space for new ideas and possibilities.
Hosted by Carnegie Museum of Art's director of education and public programs, Dana Bishop-Root, and WQED-FM's artistic director, Jim Cunningham, the new podcast series features cross-disciplinary conversations, artist talks, readings, and performances that position artists in conversation with individuals across disciplines, practice, and place.
Tishan Hsu and Ryan Inouye
Episode two explores the cognitive and physical effects of technology with Tishan Hsu, an artist whose work examines the implications of the accelerated use of technology and artificial intelligence, and Ryan Inouye, associate curator for the 58th Carnegie International.
Negar Azimi & Solmaz Sharif
In this first episode of Artists in the World, poet Solmaz Sharif opens with a live reading of her poetry. Then, writer Negar Azimi and Sharif transition into a reflective conversation, sharing their experiences of what it means to be part of the Middle Eastern diaspora in an increasingly international world.