David Antonio Cruz unpacks his work and process for Tom Sanford and Duncan MacKenzie at Art Basel Miami with Monique Meloche. Then Dana B returns with all the T.
Return to Miami continues with our second day at the NADA fair. We rock the mic with Claudine Ise, Pedro Pedro, and Cash 4.
We also reveal that we are rolling with the mysterious graffiti artist Snoeman.
On this week’s Jess(i)e-fest, Jessie Mott joins Jesse and non-Jess(i)e Ryan in the studio to talk about her upcoming exhibition at the Epiphany Center for the Arts, Like Queer Animals:We Hold Your Gaze, a collaboration with queer scholar Chanal Nadeau. We yak about the origins of Mott’s aberrant animals, in all of their forms, including paintings, publications and animations. Take a listen on the wild side.
On this pod’s weekcast Iris Bernblum joins Brian and Ryan for an unadorned conversation about her current studio practice. Bernblum’s work explores an animalic kinship, navigating a longing for the unknowable natural world. The pair conjures a sensual environment by imbuing the space with scent, sound, and lush color. Her cross disciplinary practice includes watercolors, video and sculpture speaking to ideas around human desire to control and tame wild spaces.
This week Bad at Sports sees the return of two legends.
Tony Fitzpatrick joins us to talk about his last museum show ever “the Jesus of Western Avenue” at the Cleve Carney Museum. And if that weren’t enough Richard Holland takes a break from his retirement to rejoin the show? We are also joined by Justin Witte, the curator and director of the Cleve Carney Museum!