Last Friday Art21’s Blog posted a 45 minute interview with Trenton Doyle Hancock about his latest show at James Cohan Gallery.
“Hancock recently opened a new chapter in his ongoing saga of the war between a race of emaciated mutant Vegans and their fleshy Mound counterparts in Fear, his fourth solo show at James Cohan Gallery. But instead of painting scenes of all-out warfare, Hancock captures super-charged moments of tense waiting or vivid torture, suggesting that his epic narrative has reached a crossroads.”
It’s a bit long and after the halfway mark the audio is totally off from the footage. But it’s still worth taking a look at.