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Art Uncovered brings you interviews with an eclectic mix of artists and creators. On the show they discuss their work and how it may intersect with technology, pop-culture, science and the larger culture
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Aika

Aika

2020-05-26--:--

Aika is a second-year graduate student in Columbia’s New Genre program. Their work, a combination of sculpture and performance, explores notions of identity, tradition and the body. Images and video courtesy of the artist   00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Aika 01:13 - My New Tattooed Chameleon - Annie Hamilton 05:18 - Kyzdin Zholy Zheneske 19:55 - Dog’s Growl 29:10 - She and Her 35:41 - Kids Play - Steven David McKellar 39:02 - Outro 39:24 - Finish
Reyna Hernandez

Reyna Hernandez

2020-05-1949:44

Reyna Hernandez is a South Dakota based artist who utilizes mixed media across disciplines to investigate the concept of identity hybridity in relation to her Indigenous bloodlines and westernized education. Reyna has exhibited work throughout the United States, and was selected as a featured artist in I AM: Exploring Identity Through the Self-Portrait, an exhibit in association with the 2015 Guerrilla Girls Take Over the Twin Cities. She was the recipient of the Oscar Howe Curatorial Fellowship in 2015 and has continued to discuss her research while visiting colleges and classrooms around the U.S. Reyna has spoken on panels and exhibited work at All My Relations Art in Minneapolis MN, and won 2nd place mixed media at the 2016 Northern Plains Tribal Arts Show. She has served as a visiting artist at New Mexico State University (2019) and Colorado College (2018), where she held her first solo exhibit in the college's Coburn Gallery. Hernandez is Ihanktonwan Dakota (Yankton Sioux), and received her B.A in English and B.F.A in Studio Arts at the University of South Dakota in 2016. She is currently working on a community based mural project in Vermillion, SD where she also lives and works. All images courtesy of the artist 00:00 - Introduction 00:38 - Reyna Hernandez 02:22 - Californian Carpark Concrete - Annie Hamilton 07:08 - Indigenous Roots 20:13 - Intellectual Colonialism 24:24 - Arts Role in Honoring Indigenous Narratives 27:12 - Poetry 35:51 - Vermillion Mural Project 44:31 - Until Clouds Appear - Sophia St. Helen 49:23 - Outro 49:44 - Finish
Lara Americo

Lara Americo

2020-05-12--:--

Lara Americo is a transgender artist and activist who fights for social justice and LGBTQ rights. Last year, when the North Carolina General Assembly passed House Bill 2, Lara was the voice of the ACLU and Change.org’s campaigns to bring awareness to transgender people’s experiences. Lara’s work has been featured in the Washington Post, NPR, Rolling Stone and Democracy Now! Lara is also the founder of Comic Girl Coffee, an upcoming inclusive space in Charlotte, NY for and by LGBTQ people. Lara spoke at TEDxCharlotte and has been booked for speaking engagements in North Carolina, New York City, Connecticut and California. All images and video courtesy of the artist    00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Lara Americo 01:52 - Without You - A is for Arrows 05:03 - The Create Your Own Gender Adventure 24:28 - February 28, 2018 32:28 - Medium Voice - A Severe Joy 35:18 - Outro 35:38 - Finish
Chrissy LaMaster

Chrissy LaMaster

2020-05-05--:--

Chrissy LaMaster is an artist living in Billings, Montana. Chrissy holds an MFA in Photography and Certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies from Illinois State University and an MA in Studio Art from Bradley University. Her primary areas of interest and research include the history of photography, gender studies, historical and contemporary representations of motherhood, and the history and theory of craft. Chrissy has experience in teaching, curating, and programming in a variety of arts related settings. Her work has been exhibited internationally. Chrissy is a contributor to the online projects Cultural ReProducers and Temporary Art Review. All images courtesy of the artist src="https://btrtoday.sfo2.digitaloceanspaces.com/uploads/dawnsyard-960x640.jpg" alt="" width="960" height="640" /> 00:00 - Introduction 00:40 - Chrissy LaMaster 01:47 - Weeping Mother’s Song - Lila Blue 08:44 - How the Pandemic Lead to Exposure 17:03 - Success with Small Fruits 37:06 - Please Be Home Before Dark 47:04 - Starting Again - Day Wave 50:36 - Outro 50:56 - FInish
Jamezie

Jamezie

2020-04-2801:02:17

Jamezie is a Boston-based, transgender artist. They recently graduated from The New England School of Art & Design where they concentrated in sculpture, performance, printmaking, and philosophy. Jamezie’s has been exhibited in several venues and pop-up shows in the Boston area including a recent exhibition with the Boston LGBTQIA Artist Alliance. They also recently exhibited at TRANSEND.T: A Queer Themed Screen Exhibition in Porto, Portugal. Jamezie is one of the recipients of The International Sculpture Center’s 2015 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award, and recently from a residency in Reykjavik, Iceland. They frequently collaborate with community collectives to organize and teach accessible art making workshops that encourage radical minded action for events including The Boston Anarchist Bookfair, Boston Zine Fest, and The Theater Offensive. All images courtesy of artist  00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Jamezie 02:05 - Share A Name - Howling Hex 4:22 - Career Path & Themes 18:35 - Nine Months of the Same Conversation 32:53 - I Hear Your Words 39:21 - Critique of Language 47:05 - Iceland 57:29 - Skin - San Cisco 61:56 - Outro 62:17 - Finish
Cleo Arevalo

Cleo Arevalo

2020-04-21--:--

Cleo Arevalo is a conceptual artist working with multimedia to produce videos, prints, ready-made objects, and installations that examine the globalized oppression of the masses. As a native of the US/Mexico border, she produces pieces that analyze the pre-established meaning of language as perceived through a multicultural filter. It compares images appropriated from the internet along with video performance to address the conditions of labeling that weaponize information. Arevalo uses art as a catalyzer for a dialogue discerning the complexities of language as her work reveals a sense of rupture in the validity of the collective meaning we assign to the symbols that influence our individual negotiations in politics. All images courtesy of the artist   00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Cleo Aravelo 02:00 - Absurdity - Trace Mountains 06:31 - Unaccountable 14:17 - Between Selfishness and Sympathy 26:11 - Irritable Oracle 39:53 - Lenexa, Kansas - Jackie Lynn 42:53 - Outro 43:14 - Finish
Juan Rodriguez Sandoval

Juan Rodriguez Sandoval

2020-04-1401:06:49

Juan Rodriguez Sandoval is a Guatemalan born, Australian interdisciplinary artist, based in Melbourne, Australia. Rodriguez’s work investigates and documents the ideologies and themes of locality, transnationalism (immigration), metaphysics (amongst other philosophical fields) and environmental/historical preservation. Additionally, his work tends to reflect and create fictional spaces or working on once existing spaces that have now become historically and geographically distant. Rodriguez’s work is often informed and molded by archaeological, pantological and astronomical methodologies. He works with an array of earthly, found, everyday and recycled materials, and contemporary technologies. Juan’s current practice is heavily experimental, and through his work, he aims to bring a consensus to further remind the spectator(s) on environmental preservation, as well as, ethical and moral approaches to art-making. When he’s not making art, Juan plays drums for Post-punk/Noise-rock outfit, ‘The Bad Bad Randys’, reads philosophy, archaeology and astronomy articles, and hangs out with his dog Chewie All images courtesy of the artist Nuclear Deforestation: Survival of the Cyatheales, 2019 Intermission Gallery, Gallery one, Monash University Photo by Juan Rodriguez Sandoval Nuclear Deforestation: Survival of the Cyatheales, 2019 Intermission Gallery, Gallery one, Monash University Photo by Juan Rodriguez Sandoval Nuclear Deforestation: Survival of the Cyatheales, 2019 Intermission Gallery, Gallery one, Monash University Photo by Juan Rodriguez Sandoval Bed II,2020 Gallery Two Blindside, Melbourne Curated by Jake Adam Treacy and Lucie Mcintosh 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Juan Rodriguez Sandoval 02:39 - Unreal City - M. Ward 06:40 - COVID 19 in Australia 19:41 - Art and the Environment 37:27 - Video Art 55:51 - Emerging Platforms Due to COVID 19 63:47 - Party’s Over - Anna Burch 66:26 - Outro 66:49 - Finish
Hedwig Brouckaert

Hedwig Brouckaert

2020-04-0731:33

Hedwig Brouckaert is a New York based, Chile-born, Belgian-American artist working with mass media imagery as source material to create highly personal works. Her artistic practice consists of drawing, digital and mixed media, and site specific installations. She obtained an MFA from the University of California, Davis, after a Master’s Degree in Sculpture and a Postgraduate Degree at the Higher Institute for Fine Arts in Belgium. She has received several Artist Grants from the Flemish Government in Belgium, and fellowships from the Rockefeller Foundation – Bellagio (IT), Liguria Study Center Bogliasco (IT), Cité Internationale des Arts Paris, Hafnarborg Museum of Iceland, Yaddo (NY), Anderson Ranch (CO). Her work was presented in ‘Re/pro/ducing Complexity’ at the Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens (BE), Städtische Galerie Villa Zanders (DE), VOLTA NY (2014 & 2018), Kentler International Drawing Space (NY), Bangkok Art and Culture Center (TH), and Pallazo Vendramin Costa (Venice IT). Her work was featured in the NYT and the Brooklyn Rail. All images courtesy of the artist 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Hedwig Brouckaert 02:03 - Search For Life - Dirty Projectors 04:51 - Mass Media 16:13 - Family Collections 25:18 - Academia in Belgium vs US 27:53 - Woman, here - Ada Lea 31:12 - Outro 31:33 - Finish
Kim Engelen

Kim Engelen

2020-03-3138:30

Kim Engelen is an international artist, art teacher, and former TEDx speaker. She has lived and worked as a contemporary artist in 6 countries. She recently came back to Europe from 2 years of teaching art in China. Her art has been shown in 25 countries, magazines and on television. Recent exhibitions include: Isolated: Living Oneself at Mellepiano Space in Italy and Contemporary Connections at Falk30 Temporary Art Space in Berlin. She currently lives and works in Valencia Spain. London Tower Bridge mini-sculpture, 2019 Berlin, Germany Two teacups, two red teabags, a red double-decker bus fridge magnet, silver corrugated biscuits cardboard paper, and blue tin wires Mini-Sculpture 8,66 x 3,15 x 6,30 inches (22 x 8 x16 cm). 2 Audio tracks: 1. Conversation on a Swedish bridge (4:52 minutes). 2. Golden Gate Bridge Facts Found on the Internet (3:56 minutes). The Negative-The-Glienicke Bridge, 2017 Berlin, Germany Inverted (negative) Bridge-Performance photograph 70,87 × 48,03 inches (180 x 122 cm) Change of Perspective, 2018 Jiaxing, China Black and white prints on two stones 21,65 x 3,94 x 1,38 (21 x 10 x 3,5 cm) Mistakes—Eyes Closed, 2017 Berlin, Germany Wooden laths, photographs, seal bags with human hair. Installation: 36,22 × 82,68 inches (92 x 210 cm), 39 photographs 3,94 x 5,91 inches (10 x 15 cm), 87 seal bags 2,36 x 3,15 inches (6 x 8 cm) Sun-Penetrations—Hemingway in Cuba, 2013 Havana, Cuba Photograph on Alu-Dibond 59,06 x 39,37 x 0,19 inches (150 x 100 x 0,3 cm) Sun-Penetrations—So Falls the World, 2015 Rome, Italy Photograph on Alu-Dibond 59,06 x 39,37 x 0,19 inches (150 x 100 x 0,3 cm) Sun-Penetrations— Adapting in Serbia, 2020 Belgrade, Serbia Photograph on Alu-Dibond 59,06 x 39,37 x 0,19 inches (150 x 100 x 0,3 cm) Sun-Penetrations—Hopeful and Heartbroken in Norway, 2013 Oslo, Norway Photograph on Alu-Dibond 59,06 x 39,37 x 0,19 inches (150 x 100 x 0,3 cm) Sun-Penetrations—Cydney, 2014 Berlin, Germany Photograph on Alu-Dibond 59,06 x 39,37 x 0,19 inches (150 x 100 x 0,3 cm) Sun-Penetrations—The Road to the Unknown, 2018 Jiaxing, China Photograph on Alu-Dibond 59,06 x 39,37 x 0,19 inches (150 x 100 x 0,3 cm) Sun-Penetrations—What Could Have Been, 2015 Berlin, Germany Photograph on Alu-Dibond 59,06 x 39,37 x 0,19 inches (150 x 100 x 0,3 cm) Sun-Penetrations—Staying Upright, 2019 Hangzhou, China Photograph on Alu-Dibond 59,06 x 39,37 x 0,19 inches (150 x 100 x 0,3 cm) 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Kim Engelen 01:38 - Venice - Magdalena Bay 04:54 - Bridge Series 22:54 - Sun Penetrations and Post Performance 31:51 - Spain 34:20 - Marigold - Kyle Forester 38:11 - Outro 38:30 - Finish
Ian Swanson

Ian Swanson

2020-03-24--:--

Ian Swanson is a New York based artist whose monochromatic paintings embody a sense of reticent nihilism and sentimentality. Ian’s work was featured in solo and two-person exhibitions at Ashes/Ashes (New York & Los Angeles), MX Gallery (New York), Jack Barrett Gallery (New York), David Shelton Gallery (Houston, TX), Hot Wheels (Athens, GR), Simone DeSousa Gallery (Detroit, MI), among others. A Detroit native, Swanson organized exhibitions at Debt Collective (2007-2008) prior to founding ORG (2008-2010). After moving to New York City, he co-founded and directed hotelart.us from 2013-2014; and sex objex (2013-2015), a multi-disciplinary, aural/visual extension of his curatorial efforts and commitment to DIY community ethos. All images courtesy of the artist      00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Ian Swanson 01:59 - I Wanna - Jordana 04:58 - Exploring Motifs and Aloneness 30:58 - Coasting - Honey Cutt 34:35 - Outro 34:56 - Finish
SPRING/BREAK 2020

SPRING/BREAK 2020

2020-03-17--:--

This week Kimberly reports from the 2020 Spring Break Art Fair, an internationally recognized exhibition platform using underused, atypical and historic New York City exhibition spaces to activate and challenge the traditional cultural landscape of the art market, typically but not exclusively during Armory Arts Week. This year, the fair took up two floors of the old Ralph Lauren corporate offices on Madison Avenue in NYC. Tune in to hear Kimberly's conversations with selected and curators about their exhibiting work and its relationship to the fair's theme of “In Excess.” Unnatural Intimacy Work by Paul Anagnostopoulos , Nicole Basilone, Sarah Fuhrman, Stephen Saliba, Anastasiya Tarasenko Curated by Nicole Basilone and  Daniel Morowitz Burrowed Kate Klingbeil, curated by fieldprojects tender tending Destiny Belgrave The Person-less Portrait Marisa Adesman & Katelyn Ledford, curated by Abigailogilvy  A Dramatic Pause Julie Hensen curated by Emily Ebba Reynolds Eine Friedliche Industrie Ali Shrago-Spechler Beyond the Pale Zac Hacmon (architectural sculpture) & Golnar Adili (drawings), curated by Sophia Ma Gepetto 2.0 Z Behl, curated by Julia Simpson Gepetto 2.0 Z Behl, curated by Julia Simpson 00:00 - Introduction 00:40 - SPRING/BREAK 01:50 - En Route (FDR) 05:31 - First Floor 34:29 - Second Floor 58:46 - Kimberly's Pick for Best in Show 60:53 - Get Better Soon - Ryan Pollie 64:23 - Outro 64:43 - Finish
Jeremy Dennis

Jeremy Dennis

2020-03-1046:27

Jeremy Dennis (b. 1990) is a contemporary fine art photographer and a tribal member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation in Southampton, NY. In his work, he explores indigenous identity, culture, and assimilation. He has been part of several group and solo exhibitions, including Stories—Dreams, Myths, and Experiences, for The Parrish Art Museum’s Road Show (2018), Stories, From Where We Came, The Department of Art Gallery, Stony Brook University (2018); Trees Also Speak, Amelie A. Wallace Gallery, SUNY College at Old Westbury, NY (2018); Nothing Happened Here, Flecker Gallery at Suffolk County Community College, Selden, NY (2018); On This Site: Indigenous People of Suffolk County, Suffolk County Historical Society, Riverhead, NY (2017); Pauppukkeewis, Zoller Gallery, State College, PA (2016); and Dreams, Tabler Gallery, Stony Brook, NY (2012). Jeremy has attended residenies, including: Yaddo (2019), Byrdcliffe Artist Colony (2017), North Mountain Residency, Shanghai, WV (2018), MDOC Storytellers’ Institute, Saratoga Springs, NY (2018). Eyes on Main Street Residency & Festival, Wilson, NC (2018), Watermill Center, Watermill, NY (2017) and the Vermont Studio Center hosted by the Harpo Foundation (2016). All images courtesy of the artist     00:00 - Introduction 00:40 - Jeremy Dennis 02:44 - Big Moon - The Big Net 07:47 - Behind the Dance: Indigenous Portraits 26:00 - Pauppukkeewis 32:12 - On This Site 41:19 - Secrets & Medicine - Lanterns on the Lake 46:05 - Outro 46:27 - Finish
Nyugen E. Smith

Nyugen E. Smith

2020-03-0349:11

Nyugen E. Smith is a first generation Caribbean-American interdisciplinary artist and educator living and working in Jersey City, NJ. Responding to the legacy of European colonial rule in the African diaspora, his work considers imperialist practices of oppression, violence, and intergenerational trauma. He Is interested in ritual and sacred practice rooted in African spiritual systems and how they are employed as coping mechanisms and tools for collective empowerment. He holds a BA from Seton Hall University and an MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He has conducted public programs, visiting artist lectures, and panel discussions at institutions including the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York; The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York; Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA. Awards: 2016 Leonore Annenberg Performing and Visual Arts Fund, 2018 Franklin Furnace Fund, 2018 Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant. All images courtesy of the artist     00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Nyugen E. Smith 02:17 - Contagious - Banoffee 06:15 - The Carving of Africa 13:33 - Bundle Houses 21:10 - Performance 43:44 - M.O.W.O. - James Supercave 48:49 - Outro 49:11 - Finish
Michael Brennan

Michael Brennan

2020-02-2533:35

Michael Brennan is a New York based painter and instructor of color theory at Pratt Institute. His minimalist and abstract paintings are often influenced by cinema and film history. He has exhibited his work nationally and internationally for the past three decades, including in the United States, Mexico, Belgium, Germany, Australia, and New Zealand. His paintings and works on paper have been reviewed in publications, including The New York Times, Art in America, ARTnews, Art New England, The Brooklyn Rail, ArtNet Magazine, and NY Arts. Brennan is also an accomplished writer, and his reviews and essays have been published in The Brooklyn Rail, ArtNet Magazine, The Village Voice, The Architect’s Newspaper, American Abstract Artists, and Archives of American Art/Smithsonian Institution, among other publications. Brennan’s work is included in collections, such as the Baltimore Museum of Art, National Gallery of Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Jose Museum of Art, American Express, General Dynamics, Daimler AG, and Sony Corporation. He holds an MFA from Pratt Institute and a BA from the University of Florida. Image courtesy of Michael Brennan Broken Stars 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Michael Brennan 2:21 - Purple and Brown - Frazey Ford 07:06 - Theories of Black 16:46 - Current Work 27:54 - That Cosmic Feeling - Bee Appleseed 33:14 - Outro 33:35 - Finish
Jean Rim

Jean Rim

2020-02-18--:--

Jean Rim is a New York based artist whose work explores personal memories through an abstract process of layering. Her life experiences as a healer and her travels embody her work as a painter, photographer and performer. Solo exhibitions include “Celebrating 31” at Lucky Strike Gallery in NY, “Mermaid Tales" at Corner Art Space in South Korea, “The Whale in the Room” at Corner Art Space and “Rotating Blades of Resurrection and Death” at Space Hamilton in South Korea. She has had group exhibitions at spaces such as: The Painting Center in New York, Trestle Gallery in Brooklyn, The Yard in Brooklyn, SEE Exhibition Space in LIC and Greepoint Gallery in Brooklyn, among others. She graduated with a BFA from Parson’s School of Design in 1997. She currently works in the Brooklyn, NY and exhibits in South Korea and the United States. All images courtesy of the artist 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Jean Rim 02:04 - Flowerhead - Arbor Labor Union 06:20 - Inspiration, Material and Ritual 18:30 - Style 23:31 - Performance 31:38 - Icicles Bicycles - Chance Wiesner 34:45 - Outro 35:05 - Finish
William Norton

William Norton

2020-02-1147:54

William Norton is a New York based artist whose autobiographical work connects his roots of growing up in Japan with his complex history of dealing with the disappearance of his 4-year-old son in 1990. Norton was an instructor of Welded Steel Sculpture at Columbia University from 1984-1994 and a Guest Lecturer of Sculpture at Cedar Crest College in Allentown, PA from 1988-1990. Recent exhibitions include: “Size Matters” at 100 Bogart Street Gallery in Brooklyn, “Pop Goes the Weasel” at WIlliasburg Art Center, “Out on a Limb” at Brooklyn CiderHouse, and “Life on Other Planets” at the Re Institute in New York, among others. He currently is an art handler for the Whitney Museum of American Art. Ghosts In The Machine 2 (Spring), 2015-2016 84" x 240" x 1.5" Hand Carved Plexiglass with Shadows Ghosts in the Machine (Winter), 2014 84" x 240" 11/2" Hand Carved Plexiglass with Shadows Ghosts in the Machine (Winter) [panel 1], 2014 84" x 60" x 1.5" Hand Carved Plexiglass with Shadows The Myth of Natural Selection 112” x 180” x 22” 00:00 - Introduction 00:38 - William “Norton” 01:52 - Streetlight Blues 05:24 - Chapter One 09:41 - Disclaimer - Squirrel Flowers 10:11 - Chapter Two 22:14 - Chapter Three 43:09 - My Friend - Dan Deacon 47:33 - Outro 47:54 - Finish
Christina Graham

Christina Graham

2020-02-04--:--

Christina Graham was born in 1989 and grew up in Brooklyn, NY. She is an artist instructor with Studio in a School and Wet Paint Art Studio, and lives and works in Queens. She has attended residencies such as Cuttyhunk Island Residency, Trestle Artist Residency and Vermont Studio Center. Exhibitions include: The View from the Gorge at Tiger Strikes Asteroid in New York, Love 2020: Perfect Visions at Columbia University in New York, A Greater Self Portrait Project at Flood Plain Gallery in St. Louis, Light at 440 Gallery in Brooklyn and Bubble Wrap at Front Art Space in New York, among others. She has been awarded a Scholarship from Urban Glass and her work has been written about in Whitewall Magazine, ARTnews, Juxtapoz Magazine and Art in Print, among others. She received a BFA in Painting in 2011 from Rhode Island School of Design. She currently has work up at Tiger Strikes Asteroid and at Columbia University All images courtesy of the artist 00:00 - Introduction 00:38 - Christina Graham 02:06 - Clove Cigarette - The Neon Skyline 04:57 - Subject Matter 15:26 - Style 32:23 - Smoking Gun - Coma Girls 36:06 - Outro 36:27 - Finish
Christine Lee Tyler

Christine Lee Tyler

2020-01-28--:--

Christine Tyler is a Brooklyn-based artist who received her MFA from Brooklyn College in 2019 and a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in 1998. She has had solo exhibitions at the Shangyuan Art Museum in Beijing and the Monfai Cultural Center in Thailand. Group exhibitions include Repeat Juried by Ruth Lingen at  WPU Galleries in Wayne, NJ; Heaven Must Be Missing an Algorithm and Paradise Palase in Brooklyn; The Chair Show at Westchester Arts Gallery in White Plains and Now is the Future at Local Project in Long Island City, among others. She is a recipient of a grant from the National Endowment of the Arts and the Queens Museum. She was an artist in residence in Thailand, Italy, Germany, Australia and Spain. All images courtesy of artist          00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Christine Tyler 01:58 - Hold On - Alice Boman 04:55 - Time Off 10:59 - The Work & Graduate School 30:12 - A Change In Diner - Elliot Moss 34:55 - Outro 35:16 - Finish
Ninth Street Collective is a group of art administrators, gallerists, curators, writers and critics who want to help artists succeed. With a focus on professional development, we offer one-on-one consultations with artists in-person and online, and serve as a hub for resources for artists. Project Members of Ninth Street Collective, include: Courtney Childress Audra Lambert Shama Rahman Melinda Wang Heather Zises Images of past projects courtesy of Ninth Street Collective Courtney Childress SPRING/BREAK Art Show Audra Lambert The Subtle Image Curated by Antecedent Projects at Dejavu Gallery Melinda Wang Margaret Inga Urias at Equity Gallery Heather Zises Melinda Wang 2017: 1947 at Equity Gallery Audra Lambert Domicile at Fountain House Gallery Curated by Antecedent Projects Heather Zises Reflective Pool at The Cluster Gallery Courtney Childress Yours, mine & ours Melinda Wang Evening Red at MW Projects Audra Lambert Marking Time, Shifting Space Solo Exhibition in DUMBO (featuring artist Victoria Manganiello) Curated by Antecedent Projects Melinda Wang Karen Lee Williams at Equity Gallery 50 Contemporary Women Artists by Heather Zises 00:00 - Introduction 00:36 - Heather Zises of Ninth Street Collective 01:24 - Company - Fran 05:39 - What and Who are Ninth Street Collective 17:13 - Inspiration behind Ninth Street Collective 26:10 - Personal Work 32:39 - Feed - Charly Bliss 36:11 - Outro 36:32 - Finish
Michelle Brandemuehl

Michelle Brandemuehl

2020-01-14--:--

Michelle Brandemuehl is a Brooklyn-based artist whose abstract and minimal paintings explore the relationship between subtlety and the sublime. Michelle has had two solo shows at ATA Gallery in San Fransisco in 2018 and 2015 and she was in a two person exhibition with Michele King at Avenue, also in San Fransisco. Other group exhibitions include, Everyday Animals at Ulterior Gallery, JuxtaPositions at the Painting Center, and Introductions 2018 at Trestle Gallery, all located in New York City. She was an artist in residence at: PADA Studio Residency in Lisbon, Portugal; Edward F. Albee Foundation in Montauk, NY; and CCA Residency at AICAD Studios in Brooklyn. She received her BS in painting from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She currently has work up at Ulterior Gallery All images courtesy of the artist Roundabout spray paint and acrylic on board, 24x20, 2018 Go Go Go acrylic and spray paint on board, 30x24, 2019 Vicious Circle acrylic and spray paint on panel, 18x14, 2019 Shake It spray paint and acrylic on board, 40x30, 2019 acrylic, spray paint and marble dust on board, 24x18, 2015 It Goes Something Like This 1 acrylic, spray paint and marble dust on board, 24x18, 2015 This is How We Survive the Universe acrylic, spray paint and marble dust on board, 10x8 each, 2016 Elevator Hum spray paint, acrylic, molding paste and marble dust on linen, 24x18, 2017 It Goes Something Like This 4 acrylic, spray paint and marble dust on board, 24x18, 2015 It Goes Something Like This 3 00:00 - Introduction 00:36 - Michelle Brandemuehl 01:58 - Shadow of a Doubt - Praises 05:03 - Whatness 23:02 - Studio Routine 28:34 - from - Adrianne Lenker 32:10 - Outro 32:29 - Finish
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