This episode of Asymmetry was recorded after the first meeting of the Pacific Bonsai Museum LAB project: the Living Art of Bonsai. This is a first-of-its-kind of program, based on an artist-in-residency model, providing bonsai artists the opportunity to create works of art outside the limitations of the marketplace. Featured artists Ryan Neil, Ron Lang, and Austin Heitzman each provided a unique piece of work drawing inspiration from a Frank Lloyd Wright home. In this groundbreaking unedited conversation, hear intense discussion about process and control as an artist, an artist’s ingrained default responses to design, and how to face and wrestle with artistic challenges.
For more information on Pacific Bonsai Museum's LAB Project, check out http://pacificbonsaimuseum.org/lab/
Recorded & edited by Michael Lime Allen
Guests: Aaron Packard, Ryan Neil, Ron Lang, and Austin Heitzman