Episode 810: Caitlind r.c. Brown & Wayne Garrett
Caitlind r.c. Brown & Wayne Garrett explore the interspace between seemingly polarized entities: light + dark, nature + culture, DIY + institutional, individual + collective. Based in Calgary/Mohkinstsis, the duo centres their practice in relational space, conceptualizing installations and interventions primarily for the public realm. Their projects beckon viewers with novel materials and participatory contexts, inviting strangers to share in collaborative viewership. Beautiful, subversive, playful, and radically inclusive, their works transform the everyday through a critical shift in perspective.
We talk through hibernation, place as space, the magic of light, a physical glitch art (the show image is an image of the work “Carbon Copy”, 2022)and the magic that could be in post-social practice “New Genra Public Art.” Oh, and Duncan tries to defend the Stampede.
Episode 809: Ox-Bow Dreams with John Rossi and Mac Akin
This week, a little nod to the Lore is Ness sector of our collective imaginary as John Rossi and Mac Akin join Jesse in a conversation about their practices, their lives at the Ox-Bow School of Art and Artist Residency in Saugatuck, MI and their intersects. Through a meandering exploration of the psychic and physical, we learn more about the folk horror legend of the Prickerman, the strange shibboleths of souphead and some of what it takes to make and maintain a community of openness and improvisation.
TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (8/11-8/17)1. Breanna Robinson: Asking for the Moon August 13, 4-7PM Tiger Strikes Asteroid Chicago: 2233 S. Throop St Organized by: Cydney Lewis 2. Bobby Price Exhibit Opening August 12, 5-7PM Lawndale Pop-Up Spot: Douglas Blvd. & Central Park Ave 3. Myron...
Episode 808: Naomi Potter and a Portrait of Calgary
In this episode Duncan reaches out to Naomi Potter and the Esker Foundation to curate a series of conversations, in the hopes of evolving a portrait of the future of Calgary’s contemporary art world.
It is an idea about investigating places though conversations with artists. As though, through a series of conversations with sensitive and emblematic makers we could come to a greater understanding of a context, not just artistic practices.
It is kind of an experiment.