Pieter Schoolwerth makes music with his paintings, gets Wierd with his art.
The trio discusses the collaborative process that defines their band and the ongoing search for meaningful musical expression. And share a mix.
In episode #18 of Phoned-In, poet Ish Klein reads from Moving Day.
Greg Oden obsessive Neil Michael Hagerty chats up Jay Ruttenberg, editor of the new The Lowbrow Reader Reader.
Shifting Connections returns to the work of Fred Wilson, staring through the looking glass at a different facet of the artist’s creative practice.
Jack Christian talks to Ben Kopel about Victory, an energetic, noisy book of poetry which turns it up to 11.
Elizabeth Clark Wessel chats with Forrest Gander and Kyoko Yoshida, the translators of Kiawo Nomura’s book of poetry Spectacle & Pigsty
Elsbeth Pancrazi speaks with Cathy Park Hong, the author of the new book of poetry, Engine Empire.
Blessed be Catholic performance artist Linda Montano and her life/art. Amen.
Multi-instrumentalist and composer Nate Kinsella talks about his project Birthmark’s new album Antibodies and shares some soon-to-be classic cute animal videos.
Tom McCarthy and Margarita Gluzberg ask whether psychosis can ever be critical, whether matter can transmit, and what the word fiction finally means.
Jeannette Mundt’s new show at Michael Benevento in Los Angeles toys with atypical notions of space in a classic medium—paint.
Eve Fowler catches up with Sam Gordon on his latest body of work.
Alex Zafiris talks to Light Industry’s Ed Halter and Thomas Beard about their groundbreaking venue for film and electronic art.
Gary Panter and Joshua White talk about about their collaborative light artworks. Catch White’s renowned Joshua Light Show at NYU’s Skirball Center in September.
Still in Motion sits down with Terence Nance, creator of the powerful new film An Oversimplification of Her Beauty.
Marie Lorenz goes against the current with her recent body of work. Her new project The Tide and Current Taxi is ongoing as part of MoMA PS1’s EXPO 1: New York.
Stephen Elliott folds the sex worker mythos back into the reality it came from. Cherry draws on his personal experience to explore one of the many personal stories of those in the adult-film industry.
Malian songwriter Sidi Touré on the origins of his hypnotic desert blues.
Lily Binns sits down with artist Pilar Gallego to discuss the importance of mentorship within community and creative production.
Bob Holman is on the road to save the day.
BOMBlog revisits the work of Jonathan Lasker. Here the artist discusses his early works with Amanda Valdez.
Gregory Lawless speaks with Nate Pritts about his new collection, Sweet Nothings.
In episode #17 of Phoned-In, poet Sarah Gorham reads from her book Bad Daughter.
Away from the classroom, and into the gallery space! Xylor Jane proves that artists get A’s in math, too.
Iris Cushing speaks with the artist/poet couple, Marina Temkina and Michel Gérard, about their new book Who is I?
Levi Rubeck speaks with poet Noel Black about his new book of poetry Uselysses.
Fred Wilson makes history at the Savannah College of Art and Design Museum of Art.
Melissa Seley speaks with author Lars Iyer about his trilogy of novels, Spurious, Dogma, and the forthcoming Exodus.
In episode #16 of Phoned-In, poet Amy King reads from I Want to Make You Safe.