This week we have the honor of welcoming David Hockney. One of the world’s most celebrated artists David joins us at an amazing time. We catch up with him in the context of his beautiful new show at Richard Gray gallery but we catch him the day before he is expected to become the artists whose work has broken the world record for highest price paid at auction for a work by a living artist. He is pretty chill about it and gives us a little bit of a lesson on perspective and how photography has rotted the Western mind. We also learn what VR might be good for.
And we’re back! Join hosts of Bad at Sports Center for our first episode of the Fall season featuring our amazing summer tans and multidisciplinary artist and all around shady queen, Gonzalo Reyes Rodriguez. Rodriguez brings us in to their research process and discusses a new body of work focusing on the Sandinistas and their persistence in US culture. Towards the end of the episode, Gonzalo humors our returning segments, “Term Up the Volume” and “Whats the T”. Work by Rodriguez is on view alongside art by Darryl DeAngelo Terrell in their two-person exhibition “Gonzalo Reyes Rodriguez & Darryl DeAngelo Terrell” opening Friday, September 7th and on view at Roots & Culture through October 6th.
This week we catch up with Dana’s life crush, Allison Agsten, Director of LA’s Main Museum. We chat through founding a museum, LA’s art scene, and who has the best bag.
Allison Agsten, you might remember as Curator of Engagement at the Hammer when she appeared on our show with Duncan’s life crush Mark Allen, http://badatsports.com/2011/episode-319-mark-allen-and-allison-agsten/
We be crushing yo.
Hiba Ali rock’s the mic on this week’s Bad @ SportsCenter, joining Brian and Ryan in the studio. Ali discusses her current curatorial project, U.N.I.T., generated through Roots and Culture’s CONNECT residency, and delves into her multifaceted art practice that includes video, installation, fashion, and music.
Art and Change. Fast and Slow.
We check in with three bright lights of the Minneapolis/St Paul arts community and try to get to the bottom of #soilpractice #socialpractice
How do we make and sustain engagement?
Jessica Stockholder is reticent to be called a living legend, but on this week’s episode, Bad@SportsCenter speaks with living legend, JEsSicA sTOckHoLDeR! With an impending sabbatical from University of Chicago, Stockholder will still be doing all of the things, including a year-long residency in Berlin, and upcoming exhibitions at The Contemporary Austin and the Centraal Museum, Utrecht. Our charming discourse addresses her process, materiality, language, and the essentialism of production to existence. Can we get an Amen?!?