Conversations on contemporary art and culture in Los Angeles and beyond
051 Portland-Based Writer Leah Dieterich
Leah speaks about her book Vanishing Twins and the process of writing the memoir. We discuss connections through shared experience, identifying gender roles, and the process of discovering individual identity while having a successful relationship with your partner.
"How does a young couple make room for their individual desires, their evolving selfhoods, and their artistic ambitions while building a life together?"
050 NY-Based Artist Ethan Greenbaum
In one of the most in-depth conversations detailing an artist’s studio practice I've recorded to date, Ethan and I discuss both the methods and mindset that go into developing a complete body of artwork.
049 NY-Based Art Historian, Writer and Curator Andrianna Campbell
Andrianna speaks in-depth about her writing and curatorial practice. We discuss the lack of representation of marginalized groups and individuals within art history; and rethinking curatorial narratives around artists and producers. And the importance of community and conversation within the art world.
048 LA-Based Artist Amir H. Fallah
Amir and I discuss how issues of identity manifest in his painting and daily life, his family's immigration into the United States from Iran, as well as running a successful studio and surviving as an artist.
047 NY-Based Artist Dave McDermott
Dave and I discuss issues of appropriation in art, making ends meet as a full time artist, support systems artists build to survive the ups and downs of the art market, living with addiction and achieving sobriety.
046-LA-Based Artist Jason Revok
Jason speaks about his childhood and adolescence leading him into the world of graffiti and art. We discuss the importance of community, aspects of commodity within the art world, and how the value systems of our society have the potential to disenfranchise artists.
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Excellent podcast for those interested in contemporary art.
Host of the podcast
Host talks more than the guest.
Way too many men
Stiflingly short sighted & dull