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Peter Rostovsky joins us this week to talk shop including discussions around his role in the NFT project The Inside World, the promising aspects of the blockchain for artists, his transition into working digitally, how the Occupy Wall Street movement affected his practice, the magic of books, the comparison of NFT technology to the advent of photog…
 
This week, we have Matthew Cronin over to the gallery to talk about the intersection of photography, technology, and culture, how he uses found imagery in his work, the way that scale can literally change an artwork, the influence of some folks from Düsseldorf on his practice, hate watching Youtube, an algorithmically driven existence, abstraction …
 
In this weeks episode, we take the show on the road to the Frieze New York, one of the most popular art fairs in NYC. We check in with artists, gallerists, collectors, and advisors about the current art market sentiment, whether folks are “totally over” NFTs yet, and which works were stealing the show. Links: Sarah Diver Jordan Schnitzer Mungo Thom…
 
In this week's episode, we sit down with Danielle Ezzo at her Brooklyn studio to discuss her recent endeavors within the crypto art world including the ways in which decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) can function, the importance of Twitter and Discord as a community building tool, the effort that community building requires, the economi…
 
In our second episode with Selina Trepp, we expand on our initial discussion of her practice with talks about growing up in a commune, the pros and cons of art school, using music as a tool, how art can be viewed as problem solving, coming to terms with painting, working site-specifically, how limitations can encourage play, and the ways in which t…
 
In our first episode with Selina Trepp, we talk about her current show “Virtual Exhibition (IRL)” at Lydian Stater, using NFTs as a tool for accessibility, the microcosmic qualities of an art studio, the relational aspects of an economic exchange and the philosophy of actions and reactions. Selina Trepp (Swiss/American b.1973) is an artist research…
 
In this week’s episode, we talk to Christina Steinbrecher-Pfandt about her work in the contemporary art and crypto space including discussions around blockchain-focused art, working in Silicon Valley, acting as a bridge for the crypto and traditional art markets, the benefits of using digital tools to expand art audiences, the importance of ethics,…
 
In this weeks episode, we sit down with Alex Supkay, artist and programmer, to talk about his art practice, the history and future (and definition) of generative art, what can happen when you break an algorithm on purpose, creating randomness, the universality of making art, his early love of architecture, and how passion has made its way into his …
 
In our second installment with Wieteke Heldens, we talk more about her art practice including discussions around growing up on the Netherlands, the (un)importance of painting, the problematic nature of art “canons,” negotiating illness at a young age, dealing with failure, her love of rules and repetition, the value of working with a material's giv…
 
This week, we speak with Wieteke Heldens about her NFT works in our current exhibition, including discussions about the importance of titles in artwork, the positive consequences of painting while smoking, the impetus for filming the creation of a painting, how chronic illness has shaped her practice, dealing with the guilt of not being in the stud…
 
In this episode, we have a heartfelt conversation with Kenny Schachter in his art-filled home about the challenges of selling NFTs, how the NFT market compares to the traditional art world, stumbling into art after earning a law degree, how NFTs revitalized his art practice, the ethics of curating oneself into your own shows, teaching art as a lear…
 
In the second part of our discussion with Ben Sloat, we talk more with Ben about his practice including his experience growing up in NYC, photography as a cultural reflection, using hybridity to open “things” up, the Chinese economic boom of the 90s, how historical context can lead to contemporary behavior, using seductive aesthetics to draw in the…
 
In this episode, we spend some time trying to convince artist and educator Ben Sloat that NFTs have any degree of merit through discussions around cheap money and exotic financial instruments, the question of who is actually being empowered by crypto-art, the parallels and non-parallels of the traditional art world, the importance of free cultural …
 
In this episode, we speak with Marcos Castro more about his history and practice including his experience working collectively in Mexico City, providing space for artists and people to gather, create, and share, the limits of mastering a skill like drawing, using the concept of La raza cósmica (The Cosmic Race) to discuss those left out of Mexico’s…
 
This week, we talk with Marcos Castro about his experience minting his first ever NFTs, the abstract nature of digital ownership, the revolutionary potential of blockchain technology, the domestication of graffiti art and its connection to the crypto-art scene, and the potential of collective models of making. Mexican-born artist Marcos Castro work…
 
In the second part of our conversation with Corinne Jones, we take a deeper look into her practice including the dichotomy of her family background, how painting is the sun, the importance of color and equiluminance in her work, the mysterious richness of The Lost Sea as a conceptual lens, the ethos of punk rock and the underground throughout the y…
 
Corinne Jones discusses her NFT artwork “Montage for the Analog Sunset” in our recent exhibition “The Fall The Show,” using environmental markers in the video editing process, how a failure of documentation can turn into an artwork, what the definition of surveillance might be, and the amorphous and ephemeral nature of blockchain-based art. Corinne…
 
In the second half of our conversation with Jeffrey Michael Austin, we discuss their first ever artwork, how language factors into their practice, the persistent validity of creating art objects, the way art can bring a person into the present, the magic of mirrors, and using fun as a Trojan horse. Jeffrey Michael Austin (b. 1988) is a multidiscipl…
 
In this episode, we talk to Jeffrey Michael Austin about taking things day by day, the importance of spending time with Mother Nature, their NFT work “Everything Must Go (Help Wanted),” the idea of ownership, and the possibility of "rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society." Jeffrey Michael Austin (b. 1988) is a multi…
 
In the second part of our interview with Alisa Yang, we take a deeper dive into her practice through a discussion of the value of care labor, the connection between durational projects and rest, the similarities between collage and filmmaking, the human condition of trying to make sense of what comes before and after, and the changing landscape for…
 
Alisa Yang sits down and discusses her work in the NFT space, the importance of self-care while supporting one's community, the sky as a marker for time and place, and the relationship between activism and art. Yang earned her BFA from Art Center of Design in 2009 and MFA at the University of Michigan in 2016. Her work has been exhibited and screen…
 
In this second segment of our discussion with Catalina Tuca, we talk about the importance of objects, the Baader–Meinhof phenomenon, trying to do the impossible, being a boss, and Alexandro’s obsession with transfiguration. Catalina is a multidisciplinary Visual Artist, educator, and independent curator, working in the intersections of geographic i…
 
Catalina Tuca discusses her recent NFT works from “The Sensitive Project,” the process of describing emotions, the potential of collaborative economics in an art space, and community building in online spaces. Catalina is a multidisciplinary Visual Artist, educator, and independent curator, working in the intersections of geographic identities, col…
 
In this episode, we take a deeper dive into Anika Todd’s practice, the process of telling stories while exposing authorship, site-responsive residencies, and the expanded possibilities of co-opted public and private space. Anika Todd (b.1992, Boston, MA) received her BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and her MFA from The University …
 
Anika Todd discusses her NFT works in the “TLPS” group NFT exhibition, the failure of photogrammetry to capture the essence of a person, the beauty of coincidental time markers, and how sculpture can occupy virtual spaces. Anika Todd (b.1992, Boston, MA) received her BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and her MFA from The University …
 
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