First, Duncan and Richard present a horribly off-track intro which consists largely of talk of herpes and sleeping around. Eventually they get around to discussing what is really important, this week’s show!

Steve Litsios, an artist from La Chaux-de-Fonds in the French-speaking part of Switzerland, is interviewed this week by Mark Staff Brandl. Litsios is known for his vast paper installations, wall objects, smaller sculpture, and web-work, all of which are elegant, restrained, and yet puckish in their surprising flirtation with elements of garishness. His work has recently begun to incorporate political content into his formerly abstract approach. The artist also plays in several roots blues and skiffle bands.

Then, in the closing, Duncan calls out Joseph Mohan. Other wackiness ensues.
Steve Litsios
Suisse Romande
Art Trogen Galerie
Musée d’art et d’histoire Neuchatel
La Chaux-de-Fonds
Jura Mountains
Louis-Joseph Chevrolet
Jura Watchmakers
Jura Anarchists
Le Corbusier (Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris)
Blaise Cendrars
Sophie Taeuber Arp
San Francisco Art Institute
Ecole des Beaux-Arts Geneva
La Sorbonne
The Crawfish Blues Band
Rattlebrained (Steve’s blog)
CERN and the Internet
US Department of Defense and the Web
Interference paint
Litsios installations
Demonstrating Water with Stones at Centre d’Art en L’Ile
Demonstrating Water video
Dr. Splash video
Collapsible Kunsthalle video
Collapsible Kunsthalle
Alkyd paint
One-Shot sign paint
Swiss language division “Roestigraben”

Christopher Hudgens