Harriet Poznansky

How to Change the World: ALAN CONSTABLE

How to Change the World: ALAN CONSTABLE

The artist Alan Constable is almost completely blind and has for the past 30 years been creating ceramic non-functioning cameras and viewfinders - objects of objects that see. His work is currently on show at The Gallery of Everything, London, part of their exhibition 'Action, Camera!' through June 18th. In the first installment of James Thomas's experiential review series 'How to Change the World' we slip inside the artist's body and imagine the creative process from Constable's perspective. 

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ARTIST-TO-ARTIST INTERVIEW SERIES: ERIC BOHR

ARTIST-TO-ARTIST INTERVIEW SERIES: ERIC BOHR

Eric Bohr is an artist living and working in Oakland, CA. Rohan and I got the chance to meet with him and hear him talk in depth about his most recent solo show at Mercury 20 Gallery, “Tending the Bones.” The exhibition contains a body of work that conjures up and holds together a fragile web of his family history through honoring the names of his ancestors and evoking their stories

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Artist-to-Artist Interview Series: Sol Bailey Barker

Artist-to-Artist Interview Series: Sol Bailey Barker

Rohan DaCosta and I had the pleasure of Interviewing British artist Sol Bailey Barker about his solo show "Wyrd Then : Weird Now" currently on view at the London gallery, The Koppel Project. Due to our cross-Atlantic time difference, it was 2:00 AM Pacific time when we spoke to Sol whilst he ate his breakfast, the warm morning sun lighting up his South London flat. As Rohan and I smiled with sleepy eyes down the Skype portal into another man's morning, it became apparent that this action resonated with the rigorous excavation of time and space at the heart of "Wyrd Then : Weird Now."  

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Talking Paper Interview Series: Harriet Poznansky

Talking Paper Interview Series: Harriet Poznansky

Harriet Poznansky is a visual artist, writer, and musician from the UK. She studied at the Slade School of Fine Art in London and School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her artistic practise predominately gravitates toward painting; however, she also makes electro / classical music and writes short stories. She is represented by London gallery The Koppel Project, a creative hub bringing together a contemporary art gallery, project space, cafe, and Phaidon bookshop founded and directed by Gabriella Sonabend and managed and co-curated by Hannah Thorne. Poznansky's most recent past exhibitions include a solo show at the Nomadic Press Oakland Workspace in November of 2015. Her work can also be seen in the East Bay Review and was featured in the Nomadic Press annual journal, Sate (2015). Along with Katie Hayward and Sarah Roberts, Poznansky's work can be seen in the group show "Pandiculate! The Joy of Stretching," on display at The Koppel Project from March 15 to April 7, 2016. Ahead of that show, I interviewed Poznansky about her work, the Koppel Project, and working with Nomadic Press.

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