The Bemis Center provides! This episode gets transhuman with filmmaker Marnie Ellen Hertzler through a path of discovery with robot jam bands, sinking islands, and debates on the value of sleep versus food.
Straight out of Omaha – In the first of several conversations with residents of the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, we get cosmogonal with multi-disciplinary artist Lee Hunter. Like Hunter’s expansive Cosmogenesis project we cover almost all of the things contained within this universe, and it gets fervent y’all.
This dialogue covers artist-led research projects taking place over the last decade of political transformation in Thailand with Pasakorn Intoo-Marn (Lecturer in Theatre and Performance Practice at the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Thammasat University) and Sorayut Aiemueayut (Lecturer in Visual Culture at the Dept. of Media, Arts & Design at Chiang Mai University). The interview was conducted at the 2023 Arts in Society conference in Krakow Poland.
In this interview social practice artist Jody Wood, based in Houston TX, reflects on the stages of her project Social Pharmacy as they took place in New Jersey, Texas and Sweden. The interview was conducted by Daniel Tucker at the 2023 Arts in Society conference in Krakow Poland.
This week we are joined by great Chicago Artist Devin T. Mays. We talk dressing Wisconsin, Poetry, Humor, how “Everything is Everything”, and how dislocation is a meaningful strategy. We do it all live from the Salt Shed in Chicago for the “Shred at the Shed” with the Chicago Abortion Fund, Portable Gray Magazine, Quimby’s and more… Also this episode feature the first appearance of “Other Ryan.”