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This week: Duncan and Shannon Stratton talk to artist Anne Wilson.

From Anne Wilson’s website:

“My work evolves in a conceptual space where social and political ideas encounter the material processes of handwork and industry, where the organization of fields and the objects they help generate is constantly subverted by the swarming, anarchic energy of the objects themselves. Extrapolating from personal subjective rituals to observations of larger systems within the built environment, I investigate the micro- and macrocosms of networks and matrices through stitch, crochet, knot, net, animation, and sound. Using pixilation and projection, I de-materialize and re-animate work that began on the border between drawing and object making, and remains liminal in whatever new medium it enters. My source materials – hair, linen, lace, pins, wire, and thread – are the props of both domestic culture and larger social systems. I join together the points where these systems overlap, and where issues of sexuality and decorum, vitality and death construct meaningful relationships, and find release.”

ALSO: Mike Benedetto and Guest reviewer Tony Fitzpatrick review The Dark Knight, and some naughty things are said!
Anne Wilson
Tony Fitzpatrick
The Dark Knight
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Whitney Biennial
MCA
Rhona Hoffman Gallery
Three Walls
V & A
Italo Calvino
Invisible Cities
Annie Egleson
Sara Rabinowitz
Documenta 12
Judith Leemann
Tony Tasset
Takashi Murakami
Jeff Koons
Damien Hirst
Glenn Adamson
California College of Art
Cranbrook Academy of Art
Robert Morris
Eva Hesse
Claes Oldenburg
Robert Rauschenberg
Artforum
Mary Jane Jacob
Ritzi and Peter Jacob
Lucas Cowan
MICA
Christian Bale
Heath Ledger
NEA
Illinois Arts Council
Maggie Gyllenhaal
Secretary
Cillian Murphy
Blues Brothers
Gary Oldman
High Fidelity
Mies van der Rohe
Morgan Freeman
Frank Gehry
Liam Neeson
Superman
Tim Burton
Jack Nicholson
Michael Keaton
Direct download: Bad_at_Sports_Episode_152-Anne_Wilson.mp3

Christopher

Operations Manager at Bad at Sports
Christopher Hudgens is the Operations Manager for BaS and works in various other capacities for other organizations in the Chicago Art & Culture scene. Most recently as Business Operations Manager for the Bridge Art Fair and currently an advocate for all things art & technology.

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