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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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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
Kimberley Acebo Arteche

Kimberley Acebo Arteche

2020-01-0700:47:38

Kimberley Acebo Arteche (she/they) is an educator, cultural worker, and interdisciplinary artist. Her work explores the hybrid cultures formed by technology, movements of immigrants in America, and the way movements through space and spaces has been affected by these two. Arteche received her BFA from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and MFA from San Francisco State University where she received the School of Art’s Distinguished Graduate award. She has been awarded the Murphy Cadogan Contemporary Art Award by the San Francisco Foundation, was Kearny Street Workshop’s Featured Visual Artist in the 2015 APAture Festival, and residencies at the Vermont Studio Center and the Growlery. She has shown at East Tennessee State University, SOMArts Cultural Center and at the Wailoa Arts & Cultural Center in Hilo, Hawaii. Arteche is committed to collaboratively creating decolonial practices within arts institutions, while creating visibility and providing resources for emerging Asian Pacific American and BIPOC Artists. All images courtesy of the artist   00:00 - Introduction 00:36 - Kimberley Archete 02:02 - Falling Knife - Caroline Says 05:46 - Technology and Heritage 10:23 - The Curved Body of a Pixel 29:03 - The Lola Project 34:31 - Curatorial Work 43:49 - Not My Spiritual Guide - Luke Lalonde 47:19 - Outro 47:38 - Finish
Nazanin Noroozi

Nazanin Noroozi

2019-12-3100:32:19

Nazanin Noroozi is a New York-based artist who was born in Tehran, Iran. Her work explores ideas related to family, the archive and technology. Nazanin received an MFA in Painting and Drawing from Pratt Institute in 2019 and an MA in Art History from the University of Art in Tehran, Iran in 2012. She has attended residencies such as Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts in Ithaca, NY; Mass MoCA Residency in Massachusetts; and New York Foundation for the Art Immigrant Mentoring Program. Solo exhibitions include: Remember I Told You I’d Buy the Flowers Myself at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York and Medusa at Homa Art Gallery in Tehran, Iran. Recent group exhibitions include: A Bridge Between You and Everything, a group exhibition of female Iranian artists curated by Shirin Neshat at the Highline Nine in New York; What If Not Exotic at Building Bridges in Santa Monica, CA; Status, The First Presbyterian Church in New York City in New York; On the Rocks at Susan Eley Gallery in New York; Evening Red at Museum Ship Lilac in New York; Multiversant atChaShama in New York; and Immigrant Artist Biennial at Radiator Gallery in New York, among others. She recently had work in a group show curated by Shirin Neshat in New York. All images courtesy of the artist 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Nazanin Noroozi 02:32 - Supermoon - Charly Bliss 05:35 - Family History and Video 13:26 - Traditional Media 27:48 - Midnight Oil - Chartreuse 31:57 - Outro 32:19 - Finish
Katherine Wildman

Katherine Wildman

2019-12-2400:32:25

Katherine Wildman is a Boston-based artist whose work explores a grotesque Utopian world. Katherine has exhibited extensively throughout Massachusetts, including at venues such as: The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Piano Craft Gallery, Gallery 263, Tufts University Women’s Center and the basement, among others. She has also exhibited across the East coast, in states such as: Rhode Island, Delaware and North Carolina. She has attended residencies such as Vermont Studio Center and the Pilotenkeuche Residency in Germany. In 2019 she received an MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. All images courtesy of the artist 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Katherine Wildman 01:41 - Slumlord - Baxter Dury 05:02 - Unborn Selves of the Invisible Pleasure Plane Manifesto 14:37 - Unborn Selves of the Invisible Pleasure Plane Installation 28:48 - Keeping Up - Boniface 32:05 - Outro 32:25 - Finish
Peter Emerick

Peter Emerick

2019-12-17--:--:--

Peter Emerick is a New Jersey-based artist who has been photographing traffic cones fro over 20 years. He has had solo exhibitions with Chashama, Governor’s Island Art Fair, Dukwon Gallery, Dada Gallery and Right Bank Gallery. Group exhibitions include Pierro Gallery, Art Project Gallery Space in Jersey City, Victory Arts Projects Art Center in Jersey City and Chi Gallery, among others. His work is in numerous private and public collections throughout the world. All images courtesy of the artist 00:00 - Introduction 00:38 - Peter Emerick 01:33 - Good Sides of Me - Jesper Lindell 05:15 - Traffic Cones 26:34 - Round and Round - Geowulf 30:39 - Outro 31:00 - Finish
Katrina Chamberlin

Katrina Chamberlin

2019-12-1000:37:52

Katrina Chamberlin is a Brooklyn-based artist who was born in the Netherlands and raised in Turkey. Her work has been exhibited across the U.S and internationally, and featured in exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, The Chicago Cultural Center, Barbara and Steven Grossman Gallery in Boston, TSA and BRIC in New York City. Kat completed her Masters in Fine Art at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is the recipient of a Jacob K. Javits Fellowship, the Toby Devan Lewis Award and the William Dole Award. She recently exhibited at Tiger Strikes Asteroid. All images courtesy of the artist Anti-Fragile IV, 2018 Flameworked laboratory glass, gym mat, strapping, wood 55 × 23 × 23 inches (139.7 × 58.4 × 58.4 cm) image credit: Wick Gallery Anti-Fragile II, 2018 Flameworked laboratory glass 36 × 5 × 2 inches (91.4 × 12.7 × 5.1 cm) image credit: Wick Gallery Battle Rope, 2019 Silicone rubber 144 inches (365.8 cm) long image credit: Wick Gallery C-O-N-T-E-M-P-T As part of Serious Play: Translating Form, Subverting Meaning at BRIC, curated by Jennifer Gerow & Elizabeth Ferrow. photo credit: Nicholas Cueva cheerleader: Tiffany Galbo 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Kat Chamberlin 01:36 - Ohio River - Caroline Says 04:58 - Morse Code 19:41 - Current work 34:35 - Kelly - Varsity 37:30 - Outro 37:52 - Finish
Brian Michael Dunn

Brian Michael Dunn

2019-12-0300:32:16

Brian Michael Dunn is a DC-based artist whose work explores notions of abstraction, popular culture and craft. Michael received his MFA from Cornell Unviersity in 2013 and a BFA in painting from Boston University in 2004 He has recently exhibited work at the Rosenberg Gallery at Goucher College in Baltimore, MD; Hamiltonian Gallery in Washington, DC; Terrault Gallery in Baltimore, MD; Automat Gallery in Philadelphia; and Lipani Gallery at Fordham University; among others. He has received a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award Grant, the Hamiltonian Artists Fellowship, Millay Arts Colony Residency, a Mid-Atlantic Arts Council Fellowship, and a Byrdcliffe Artists Residency, among others. He is currently showing work in a 3-part exhibition with Tiger Strikes Asteroid. All images courtesy of the artist 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Brian Michael Dunn 02:01 - As Long As There Is Night - Flora Hibberd 05:15 - Relationship to Abstraction 12:30 - Relationship to Pop Culture 27:47 - On and On - No Swoon 31:56 - Outro 32:16 - Finish
Emily Oliveira

Emily Oliveira

2019-11-2600:37:06

Emily Oliveira is a multi-disciplinary artist who explores notions of queer utopian futurity and femine labor. She is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and studied performance at Brown University. She has exhibited and performed widely in venues, including Wave Hill, Vox Populi, The Java Project, Disclaimer Gallery, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, Paradice Palase, Center for Performance Research, SOHO20, and Ars Nova. She has received fellowships and residencies from Yaddo, BRIC, The Museum of Arts and Design, Wave Hill, Ars Nova, The Horned Dorset Colony, and AIR Gallery. All images courtesy of the artist 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Emily Oliveira 01:44 - The Healing - Flora Hibberd 05:13 - Textiles and Labor 17:38 - Video and Alternate Realities 36:46 - Outro 37:06 - Finish
J. Martin Strangeweather

J. Martin Strangeweather

2019-11-1900:39:43

J. Martin Strangeweather is a graduate of U.C. Irvine’s MFA program in English and fiction. He also holds degrees in philosophy and art history. In 2015 he won the Jennifer Cheng Foundation award for fiction. He’s traveled extensively throughout the world, exploring fifty-one countries to date and setting foot on every continent except Antarctica. He’s also an artist whose experimental painting style has been lauded for its originality in various publications throughout California, including the OC Weekly, the Orange County Register, and the LA Times. He’s currently looking for a publisher or agent to represent his second novel, which is titled “Electric Zen for Neon Koans.” All images courtesy of J. Martin Strangeweather 00:00 - Introduction 00:37 - J Strangeweather 01:40 - If - Sean Henry 05:16 - Gorb in the Schizocratic Linguiverse 33:02 - Walking in Space - The Deer 39:23 - Outro 39:43 - Finish
Giula Piera Livi

Giula Piera Livi

2019-11-1200:28:58

Giula Livi is a Baltimore-based artist who interposes objects of the everyday to distort our sense of space, explore our ability to inhabit rooms, and merge the dreamlike with the rigid. Giulia received an MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art in 2017 and a BFA from the Pennsylvania State University in 2014. She received a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Grant, a residency fellowship at Vermont Studio Center, and a Janet and Walter Sondheim Prize from Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts. She has had solo and group exhibitions across the United States. She currently teaches art at Maryland Institute College of Art. All images courtesy of the artist   00:00 - Introduction 00:37 - Giulia Livi 01:47 - He’s 31 - Geowulf 06:11 - Art in the Home 13:07 - Art in the Gallery 25:33 - Fireman - Cate Le Bon and Bradford Cox 28:38 - Outro 28:58 - Finish
Jemila MacEwan

Jemila MacEwan

2019-11-0500:54:42

Jemila MacEwan is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in New York. She was born in Scotland to Sufi parents, and immigrated to Australia as a child, where her upbringing intertwined scientific, mythological and spiritual ways of learning from the land. Her work seeks out an empathetic approach to humanities destructive impulses. MacEwan received a Master of Contemporary Art at the University of Melbourne, Australia. She has exhibited extensively within Australia and the USA and is a consistent collaborator with members of the New York Dance community. Significant exhibitions include The Australian Consulate-General (NYC), Pioneer Works (NYC), Victori +MO (NYC), The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts (NYC), Governor's Island Art Fair (NYC), BRIC Bienniel III, Spring Break Art Fair, The Melbourne International Arts Festival (Australia), Gertrude Street Projection Festival (Australia), and Arquetopia (Mexico), and Castlemaine State Festival in 2019 (Australia). MacEwan received a two-year mentorship under internationally renown artist Janine Antoni and was selected as a NYFA immigrant mentee of Jamaican performance artist Jodie Lynn-Kee-Chow. MacEwan was a 2018 BRIC media arts fellow. She is the founder of the performance process residency Land-Falls and has participated in many residencies including NARS Foundation (NYC), Ox-Bow (MI), Salem Art Works (NY), Arquetopia (Mexico), and Skaftfell Center for Visual Art (Iceland). She has been invited to host and participate in panel discussions on themes of intercultural practice, mental health, and environmental accountability. She has been the recipient of multiple awards including the Alchera Award, Acacia Award, Alliance Francaise Award, George Hicks Award. She has been generously supported by the Australia Council for the Arts, the Dame Joan Sutherland Fund, the Ian Potter Cultural Council and the Graduate Women of Victoria. All images courtesy of the artist 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Jemila MacEwan 02:43 - Daily Driver - Black Marble 06:34 - Human Meteorite 28:12 - Acoustic Earth Works 38:10 - Dead Gods 50:33 - Ali Barter - This Girl 54:23 - Outro 54:42 - Finish
Jane Szabo

Jane Szabo

2019-10-2900:40:07

Jane Szabo is a Los Angeles based fine art photographer, with an MFA from Art Center College of
Design in Pasadena, CA. Her work investigates issues of self and identity. Using self-portraiture and
still life as a vehicle to share stories from her life, her work merges her love for fabrication and
materials, with conceptual photography. Szabo brings many facets of visual art into her photographic
projects, incorporating sculptural, performance and installation elements into her work. Her imagery is often infused with humor and wonder, ingredients that draw the viewer in, inviting them to linger and to have a dialogue with the work, and themselves. Her background in the film industry, creating prop and miniatures for theme parks, and overseeing set construction for film and television, undoubtedly informs her creative process. Szabo’s photography has been exhibited widely, including solo shows at the Museum of Art & History in Lancaster, CA, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, the Yuma Fine Art Center in Arizona, and the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art. Her work has been included in exhibitions at Oceanside Museum of Art, the Griffin Museum of Photography, Houston Center of Photography, Tilt Gallery, Davis Orton Gallery, The Colorado Center for Photographic Arts, San Diego Art Institute, Los Angeles Center for Photography, Gallery 825 in Los Angeles, the Kaohsiung International Photographer Exhibition in Taiwan, and Foto Fever in Paris, France. Her photographs have been featured in many publications and blogs including: The Huffington Post,
Lenscratch, Mono Chroma Magazine, Silvershotz, Bokeh Bokeh, L’Oeil de la Photographie, F-Stop
Magazine, Foto Relevance, Fraction, Your Daily Photo, A Photo Editor, Don’t Take Pictures, Art &
Cake, Diversions LA, ArtsMeme, and others. Jane Szabo’s work is in the permanent collection of the Los Angeles Museum of Art (LACMA), the
Lancaster Museum of Art & History (MOAH), and in private collections throughout the US and Europe. Upcoming Shows include: “All Women Are Dangerous,” Building Bridges Art Exchange, Santa Monica, CA, opens December 14   https://www.buildingbridgesartexchange.org/ "Somewhere Else", solo show: Foto Relevance Gallery,  Houston, TX - opens January 24    https://fotorelevance.com/ Houston Center of Photography, Houston, TX, auction preview exhibit opens January 17 Houston Center of Photography, Houston, TX, print auction / gala, February 13.   https://hcponline.org/print-auction/ Photo LA, Susan Spiritus Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, January 30-Feb 2. https://www.photola.com/ All images courtesy of the artist 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Jane Szaba 02:30 - Hana Vu - Actress 05:59 - Switch to Photography 11:08 - dis.place.ment 16:31 - Reconstructing Self 23:59 - Family Matters 30:06 - Current Work 35:42 - The Static - Dead Soft 39:46 - Outro 40:07 - Finish
Jennifer Omaitz

Jennifer Omaitz

2019-10-2200:41:18

Jennifer Omaitz (b. Cleveland, OH) lives in Kent, OH and works in Kent and Cleveland. She holds an M.F.A. in painting from Kent State University and a B.F.A (2009). in painting from the Cleveland Institute of Art (2002). Solo exhibitions of her work have been held at The Sculpture Center, Cleveland; Sandy Carson Gallery, Denver; and Kent State University, Hinterland, Denver, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland. Her work was also featured at the 2010 Biennial of the Americas in Denver, Fresh Paint at Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati (2017), CAN Triennial in Cleveland 2018, recipient of a 2017 fellowship residency with the Akron Soul Train and is currently a 2019 Ohio Arts Council grantee for an Individual Excellence Award. All images courtesy of the artist     00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Jennifer Omaitz 01:59 - Clovers - Barrie 05:35 - Path to Becoming an Artist 11:06 - Aesthetic and Process 17:19 - Current Work and Stacked Architecture 36:20 - Mountain of Madness - City and Colour 40:58 - Outro 41:18 - Finish
Aubrey ROemer

Aubrey ROemer

2019-10-1500:38:48

Aubrey Roemer was born in Rochester, NY. She received her BFA from Pratt Institute; interning with NYC artists and galleries, and working as Americorps Scholar. She was a journalist for Art Observed, specializing in covering the NYC auction season. Post collegiately, she held residencies in the USA, Europe, and Asia: at Vermont Studio Center, in England at 42 Acres, and at Kio­-a-­Thau Sugar Refinery Artist Village in Taiwan. In 2016, she participated in NYU Tisch’s The Season Comedia Del’Arte in Florence, Italy, as an Assistant Art Collaborator. Roemer received grants from Do Your Part & Paddlers For Humanity in 2016, World Connect in 2015, and ARTwerk in 2014. She has internationally exhibited and garnered press for her work. In 2015, she spoke at the Parrish Art Museum’s Pecha Kucha night about her portrait projects. She is represented by artist group Artshape Mammoth. She has previously executed projects in Nicaragua, Indonesia, and Greece. All images courtesy of the artist 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Aubrey Roemer 2:02 - American Darkness - Birth of Violence 06:46 - PhD in Anthropology 16:21 - Art of the Past vs Art of the Present 23:30 - Current Art Work 33:49 - Cornelius - Will Johnson 38:27 - Outro 38:48 - Finish
Marina Dojchinov

Marina Dojchinov

2019-10-08--:--:--

Marina Dojchinov is an entrepreneur, journalist, gallerists and notable keynote speaker. She was born in Croatia, and after living in London, she has set her sights on entrepreneurial pursuits in the creative, art and fashion sectors. Marina began her career as a fashion & beauty editor while studying a BA in law and journalism. Her latest venture was founding, directing and curating New York City based 3Squared Gallery located in Chelsea. The gallery specialized in emerging artists, and contemporary work taking the traditional gallery model and added flair to the curation, integrating an interactive element to every show. She has since curated multiple shows in the city including She Is, a feminist art show based on the #metoo. movement, and opened her experimental new speak easy The Zero Experiment. She has upcoming exhibitions in New York City on October 10th at 189 East 7th Street and October 30th at 23 Warren Street Portrait courtesy of Marina Dojchinov 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Marina Dojchinov 02:05 - Drift of Autumn - Daniel Martin Moore 05:31 - Upcoming Curatorial Projects 15:25 - Founding 3squared Gallery 19:32 - Finding Artists 25:23 - Different Places - Sui Zhen 30:35 - Outro 30:56 - Finish
Heather Garland

Heather Garland

2019-10-0100:36:01

Heather Garland is a New York based artist who works primarily in painting and installation. Heather has had solo exhibitions at Honey Ramka (NY), Kent Place Gallery (NJ), Steuben Gallery at Pratt Institute (NY), ArtLand (NY) and Meadowwood Gallery (IN). She has exhibited in group exhibitions at spaces such as Trestle Project Space (NY), Untitled Art Fair (FL), SPRING/BREAK Art Show (NY), and The Knockdown Center (NY) among others. Last year, she curated an exhibition titled MOTHER at Dusty Rose Vintage in Brooklyn, NY. She received her MFA in painting from Pratt Institute in 2010 and a BFA in painting from Indiana University in 2003. Upcoming shows include: Bushwick Open Studios Ridgewood Open Studios Lorimoto All images courtesy of the artist 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Heather Garland 01:50 - Little Church - Last Night 05:18 - Painting and Objects 19:17 - Motherhood 28:25 - Upcoming Shows 30:11 - Karaoke Angel - Molly Sarlé 35:40 - Outro 36:01 - Finish
Lori Hepner

Lori Hepner

2019-09-2400:31:43

Lori Hepner is a Pittsburgh based new media artist working primarily in performative light painting, fine art photography, and community centered public art projects. She has spent considerable time over the last five years in artist residencies in the Arctic through artist residencies in Finland, Iceland, Canada, and Norway. A collaboration with singer Kendra Ross has manifested itself into live performance as Hepner & Ross in Intersection*ology. A feminist exploration into the power of women, technology, and individual voices, she developed the real-time, light painting system that is used to draw with light using the body during these performances in South Africa, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Texas. Lori's photographic work has been featured in Time, Wired, and Next Level Magazine and has been exhibited at the Houston Center for Photography, Carnegie Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum, and in photo festivals in the Netherlands, China, & Spain. One of her Twitter portraits from Status Symbols will be sent to live on the moon in the MoonArk in 2019. She holds degrees in Digital Media and photography from RISD and RIT. She was just promoted to Professor of Integrative Arts at Penn State University and just finished a residency in Norway as a Fulbright scholar. All images courtesy of the artist Kendra Ross in INTERSECTION*OLOGY @ Alloy Studios, March 3, 2013. INTERSECTION*OLOGY @ Alloy Studios: March 3, 2017 Facade Murals installed at the Beechview Healthy Active Living Center. 9' x 20' T Car Mural, installed October 2018 - February 2019. PAT Transit, Pittsburgh, PA. Sun Print Workshop at the Hazelwood branch of Carnegie Libraries of Pittsburgh. 00:00 - Introduction 00:40 - Lori Hepner 02:05 - Hope - (Sandy) Alex G 04:40 - Drawing With Light 16:54 - The Work / Life Balance 19:04 - Community Engagement 27:21 - Worry Doll - Jeremy Ivey 31:22 - Outro 31:43 - Finish
Lindsey Guile

Lindsey Guile

2019-09-17--:--:--

Lindsey Guile is a New York-based artist whose work deals with the space between ourselves and the photographic lens. Lindsey received an MFA from SUNY New Paltz in 2014 and BFA and an MA in Painting and Drawing from SUNY Oswego. Her work has been included in numerous exhibitions throughout the state of New York, including at spaces such as: Art Centro Gallery, Barrett Art Gallery and the Mildred I. Washington Gallery in Poughkeepsie; Safe Harbors Ann Street Gallery in Newburgh; Williamsburg Art and Historical Center in Brooklyn; Murloff-Kotler Gallery in Stoneridge and Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art in New Paltz, among others. She has given artist lectures and presentations at the Barrett Art Center, Worcester State University, London Metropolitan University in London, and SUNY Oswego, among others. All images courtesy of artist Woman #3, 2013 Charcoal on Paper, 40 in x 30 in Woman #1, 2013 Charcoal on Paper, 40 in x 30 in Chelsea, 2018 Graphite on Yupo Paper, 8.5 in x 11 in Sarah, 2016 (from Sketchbook) Nora, 2018 (from Sketchbook) 00:00 - Introduction 00:37 - Lindsey Guile 02:00 - Twin Camps - Longriver 05:35 - Drawing the Body 16:18 - Exploring Other Media 25:37 - Sketchbook 28:42 - When I’m Naked - Bridal Party 32:48 - Outro 33:09 - Finish
Stephen Eakin

Stephen Eakin

2019-09-10--:--:--

Stephen Eakin’s recent work explores the connection between objects and their associated meanings, and how the context for that meaning comes to exist. He uses personal narratives, traditions and experiences to consider our intimate attachment to such things and how they engage with the politics of historical significance. Stephen has had solo exhibitions at the AC Institute in Chelsea NY; Bellocq Gallery in Ruston LA; Thomas Hunter Project Room in NY; and Sheppard Fine Arts in Reno, NV. Selected group exhibitions include Honey Ramka, Yashar Gallery and Bushwick Open studios in Brooklyn; E. Tay Gallery; AC Exhibition Space; Pelham Art Center; and the Art Factory. His art has been written about in Hyperallergic, Art F City, The Huffington Post and Art Slant. He has been an artist in residence at Kitchen Budapest, HU and received the Ellis Art Award and a Brown-MacKenzie Art Scholarship. He holds a BFA from the University of the Pacific in Stockton, CA and an MFA from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. All images courtesy of the artist I don't know where I got this sticker but I've had it for a while now I found this hat in a parking lot Installation shot Installation, Solo show at Honey Ramka Margaret's family gave me this when I visited them for Thanksgiving years ago These cedar pinecones are from my parent's home in Northern California and I have no fucking clue why they came to New York with me This keyboard is a piece of shit Whatever #2 (the one with the yellow) 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Stephen Eakin 02:19 - Jukebox Cutie - Bridal Party 05:30 - Objects and Object Makers 24:22 - Academia and Professionalizing the Artist 37:46 - Expiration Date - Boy Scouts 41:48 - Outro 42:09 - Finish
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