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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: Molly Zuckerman-Hartung

Artist-to-Artist Interview Series: Molly Zuckerman-Hartung

Rohan DaCosta and I recently had the pleasure of speaking with fine artist Molly Zuckerman-Hartung over Skype. Molly took us on a virtual tour of the Yale Norfolk grounds in upstate Connecticut, where she was a visiting artist on their Yale-affiliated summer school, and showed us some of the works-in-progress in her studio. Our conversation spanned two days. Zuckerman-Hartung talks about her perspectives on painting, philosophy, and politics in addition to shedding light on her experiences teaching and traveling. She discusses the intentions behind her early performance work Disaster Kitchen as well as two recent exhibitions: QUEEN at Lyles and King, NY, 2016, and TIME SHARE at Fiendish Plots, Lincoln, NE, 2016.

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Talking Paper Interview Series: Siobhán Gallagher

Talking Paper Interview Series: Siobhán Gallagher

Siobhán Gallagher is a Senior Designer with Abrams Kids & Comic Arts in New York City. Raised in Moncton, New Brunswick, Gallagher's personal artwork is influenced by Canadian comic artists like Lynn Johnston, while taking inspiration from her day-to-day NYC experiences. Her humorous take on what grown-up members of The Baby-Sitters Club might look like, dubbed The Jaded Quitters Club, has been featured by BustUs WeeklyHuffington Post, and Refinery29.

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