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Entries from October 2013

Fresh Talk UNCUT: Trenton Doyle Hancock

October 24th, 2013 · Comments

This is the launch of Fresh TalkUNCUT, a new series of unedited podcasts. In February 2013, Fresh Talk producer Cathy Byrd recorded a conversation with artistTrenton Doyle Hancock, in hisHouston, Texas, studio. Trenton talks about the mythology he created to filterhis artmaking and about the personal histories that lie beneath his work.

 

Sound Editor: EricSchwartz            Episode Sound: TrentonDoyle Hancock, performing Devotion at CAMH

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Tags: Fresh Talk · black art · Museum of Contemporary Arts Houston · NYU Grey Gallery · Papo Colo · Radical Presence · Studio Museum · Trenton Doyle Hancock · Valerie Cassel Oliver · William Pope.L

Fresh Talk UNCUT: Jean-Ulrick Désert

October 22nd, 2013 · Comments

Thisis our first broadcast of Fresh Talk UNCUT, a new series of unedited podcasts.In October 2012, Cathy Byrd, Fresh Talk producer, made a field recording with Jean-Ulrick Désert during her residencyin Berlin. Born in Haiti, Jean-Ulrick lived in the U.S. and France beforemigrating to Germany. He talks about how moving through these cultures hasmarked his artmaking.

 

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Fresh Talk: Radical Presence

October 22nd, 2013 · Comments

This Fresh Talkepisode features Jean-Ulrick Désert and Trenton Doyle Hancock, two of the artists participating in Radical Presence:Black Performance in Contemporary Art. Curated by Valerie Cassel Oliver for the Museum of Contemporary Arts inHouston (CAMH), the exhibition is now appearing in New York City. Some of theshow’s performance art events will be featured in New York’s Performa 13 this November.

 

To hear CathyByrd’s unedited recording sessions with Jean-Ulrick and Trenton, go to the newFresh Talk UNCUT podcast series.

 

Sound Editor: EricSchwartz

Episode Sound: TrentonDoyle Hancock, performing Devotion at CAMH

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Tags: Fresh Talk · contemporary art · public art · Artist · curator · black culture · black masculinity · black art · Radical Presence