12 January 2021

Sisi Chen

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"This week Kimberly spoke with NY-based artist, curator and MFA candidate Sisi Chen. Throughout the conversation they spoke about Sisi's new role as the director of Trestle Gallery and her task of fundraising in order to keep the gallery doors open. They also about the work she is producing for her thesis project at Hunter College and also about her programs efforts to decolonize their MFA program. All images courtesy of the artist 00:00 - Podcast Introduction 00:34 - Episode Introduction 01:13 - Bathroom Mirror - Gaspard Eden 02:00 - Interview with Sisi Chen (pt 1) 16:13 - Mic Break 16:46 - Interview with Sisi Chen (pt 2) 23:30 - Outro 23:52 - Punks Unavailable - Fit of Body 27:19 - Finish "
05 January 2021

Sheilah Restack

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"This week Kimberly spoke with Sheilah Restack, an Ohio-based artist whose work explores the intersection of photography, sculpture and human relationships. She also collaborates on video work with her wife, Dani Restack. Sheilah is currently an associate professor of studio art at Denison University and has attended residencies at MacDowell, Banff Center for the Arts, and Struts and Faucet Media Center, among others. She has exhibited widely nationally and internationally, including countries such as New Zealand, Germany, Newfoundland, Romania, South Korea, Portugal and Spain, among others. All images and videos courtesy of the artist Installation view Hold Hold Spill at Interface Gallery, Oakland, CA. Curated by Suzanne L’heureux. July 17-August 23, 2020. Back view Hold House Walking prints on fiber photo paper, plexi, water, wild dill from Headlands, yellow acetate, plant material, angle iron, rock, rubber bands, plexi, thread, 30 x 50 x 60”, 2020 Hold Rose Photogram on RC paper, 4 x 5 glassplate negatives of historical events (snowflake letter from Jeffry inside the negatives), rein, angle iron, plexi and metal clips, 40 x 24 x 4”, 2019 Detail Rabbit Felt blanket, fiber walking prints, acetate, note on FGT paper, chalk line, cement wedge, thread. 32 x 52 x 6,5”, 2020 00:00 - Podcast Introduction 00:39 - Episode Introduction 01:29 - Faking It - Laura Groves 02:01 - Interview with Sheilah Restack (pt 1) 12:33 - Mic Break 13:07 - Interview with Sheilah Restack (pt 2) 26:46 - Outro 27:09 - Red - Laura Groves 31:19 - Finish "
29 December 2020

Myeongsoo Kim

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"This week Kimberly spoke with Myeongsoo Kim, a New York based artist whose work explores sculpture, photography, memories and constructed narratives. They spoke about some of the work that was included in Myeongsoo's recent show “Mother-Land,” curated by Michelle Yun at CUE Art Foundation. All images courtesy of the artist    00:00 - Podcast Introduction 00:36 - Episode Introduction 01:01 - See Through Stares - Immaterial Possession 01:17 - Interview with Myeongsoo Kim (pt 1) 12:38 - Mic Break 13:11 - Interview with Myeongsoo Kim (pt 2) 18:12 - Outro 18:35 - See Through Stares (cont’d) - Immaterial Possesion 21:31 - Finish "
22 December 2020

Coorain

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"This week Kimberly spoke with Coorain, a multi-media artist who explores ideas of performance, personas, consumerism. Throughout the conversation, Coorain spoke about their experience of creating "Coloring Coorain, "a public access video series  and "Salad," a widely-circulated art-focused zine. They also spoke about the intersection of performance and consumer culture and, of course, the Sears catalogue. All images and videos courtesy of the artist. 00:00 - Podcast Introduction 00:34 - Episode Introduction 01:11 - TRIPLE XXXMAS - Coloring Coorain 01:34 - Interview with Coorain (pt 1) 27:17 - Mic Break 27:50 - Interview with Coorain (pt 2) 42:44 - Outro 43:05 - Seasonal Shift - Calexico 46:01 - Finish "
15 December 2020

Sarbani Ghosh

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"Sarbani Ghosh is a Brooklyn-based artist whose abstracted paintings explore the subconscious mind. Sarbani earned her BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Miami, and earned her MFA in Painting and Drawing from Pratt Institute, in Brooklyn. She has exhibited at SELECT Fair at both Art Basel Miami and FRIEZE New York, and in numerous group shows in both Miami and New York City. All images courtesy of the artist In the absence of time Acrylic, watercolor, and collage on paper 9" x 11" Radical joy Acrylic, watercolor, and collage on panel 9" x 12" x 1" No peace at dawn Acrylic, watercolor, and collage on paper 9" x 11" Not what you imagined it to be Acrylic, watercolor, and collage on paper 6" x 8" 00:00 - Podcast Introduction 00:33 - Episode Introduction 01:00 - American Drug - Brent Beamer 01:18 - Interview with Sarbani Ghosh (pt 1) 15:31 - Mic Break 16:04 - Interview with Sarbani Ghosh (pt 2) 29:32 - Outro 29:56 - Almighty Heart - Mamalarky 33:16 - Finish "
08 December 2020

Nicole Basilone

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" Hot topic, 2020 8”x10” acrylic on unprimed canvas Luna, 2020 8”x10” acrylic on unprimed canvas Island Hopper, 2020 8”x10” acrylic on unprimed canvas Temptation, 2019 12” diameter watercolor on paper Range, 2019 5” diameter oil on canvas March madness, 2020 5” diameter oil on canvas Untitled, 2020 12”x9” watercolor on yupo Untitled, 2020 12”x9” watercolor on yupo Untitled, 2020 26”x20” watercolor on yupo 00:00 - Podcast Introduction 00:34 - Episode Introduction 01:02 - Jack of Fools - Spencer Cullum’s Coin Collection 01:20 - Interview with Nicole Basilone (pt 1) 14:56 - Mic Break 15:30 - Interview with Nicole Basilone (pt 2) 28:11 - Outro 28:34 - My Protector - Spencer Cullum’s Coin Collection 33:21 - Finish "
01 December 2020

Ashley Eliza Williams

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"This week Kimberly spoke with Massachusetts based artist Ashley Eliza Williams, whose interdisciplinary work explores new ways of interacting with nature and each other. She shows her work nationally and internationally and has attended residencies in the US, Germany, Thailand and China. She is represented by K Contemporary in Denver Colorado. All images courtesy of the artist An Internal Construction of an External Condition Oil on panel 40″ x 40″ Interior Oil on panel 20″ x 16″ Hum Oil on panel 18″ x 24″ Resonant, from Anthropocene Oil on panel 40″ x 30″ Submerge, Data for Submerge Oil on panel 30″ x 24″ Oil on paper 13″ x 19″ Biolith, Data for Biolith Oil on panel 24″ x 18″ Oil on paper 28″ x 20″ 00:00 - Podcast Introduction 00:35 - Episode Introduction 01:04 - Meet You in the City - Told Slant 01:29 - Interview with Ashley Eliza Williams (pt 1) 17:08 - Mic Break 17:42 - Interview with Ashley Eliza Williams (pt 2) 31:08 - Outro 31:30 - Meet you in the City - Told Slant (cont’d) 32:02 - Finish "
24 November 2020

Kate Collyer

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"This week Kimberly spoke with artist Kate Collyer from Hyde Park, NY. They spoke about Kate's experience in the the Arctic Circle Residency, a residency that takes place on a ship that sails around Svalbard, an archipelago northeast of Greenland that is terrirory of Norway. They also spoke about Kate's investigation into climate change among a multitude of landscapes with our United States. All images courtesy of the artist   00:00 - Podcast Introduction 00:37 - Episode Introduction 01:08 - June - Jane Migraine 01:41 - Interview with Kate Collyer (pt 1) 17:31 - Mic Break 18:05 - Interview with Kate Collyer (pt 2) 28:23 - Outro 28:46 - June - Jane Migraine (cont’d) 31:25 - Finish "
17 November 2020

Troels Heiredal

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"This week Kimberly spoke with Troels Heiredal about his recent solo exhibition "Looking Into Looking" at In the Gallery in Copenhagen. The exhibition, which was supported by Dreyers Fond, explored his examination of older work after finding out he is on the autistic spectrum. All images courtesy of the artist     00:00 - Podcast Introduction 00:32 - Episode Introduction 00:55 - Strange Sometimes - Adeline Hotel 01:14 - Interview with Troels Heiredal (part 1) 16:49 - Mic Break 17:20 - Interview with Troels Heiredal (part 2) 43:36 - Outro 43:58 - In A Way - Adeline Hotel 47:44 - Finish "
10 November 2020

Jennifer Seastone

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"Jennifer Seastone is a NY based actress and visual artist whose work explores the possibilities of re-forming narrative and  memory. Throughout the conversation Kimberly and Jenny talk about the role of communication and the difficulty of finding a single truth in an overloaded landscape. All images courtesy of the artist   00:00 - Podcast Introduction 00:33 - Episode Introduction 00:48 - Tell U - Couch Prints 01:25 - Interview with Jennifer Seastone (part 1) 17:11 - Mic Break 17:44 - Interview with Jennifer Seastone (part 2) 30:05 - Outro 30:27 - Lost Me - Couch Prints 33:17 - Finish "