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Entries from June 2012

Fresh Talk: Roswell Artists in Residence

June 25th, 2012 · Comments

This episode features conversations with five current participants in the Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program. Established in 1967 by artist and art collector Don Anderson, the program offers visual artists the unique opportunity to spend a year concentrating on their work. The voices you'll hear are those of Sarah Bostwick, Jon-Paul Villegas, Brian Kluge, Corwin Levi (aka RadioSebastian), and Siobhan McBride.

Sound Editor: Leo Madriz Photos courtesy Cathy Byrd and RAiR artists RAiR acoustics: Sarah Bostwick Music: Paper Bird, The Train Song

Tags: · Fresh Talk · artist residency

Fresh Talk: Navid Nuur

June 18th, 2012 · Comments

This episode features Navid Nuur, an Iranian artist based in the Netherlands. Navid was invited to present his first solo exhibition in Spain at Matadero Madrid, an art center developed on the former site of the city’s main livestock market and slaughterhouse. The artist who loves to experiment talks about Hocus Focus and the painting project he just presented in Switzerland at Art Basel 2012.

Special thanks to Gema Melgar, Matadero Madrid, for facilitating this podcast production.

Sound editor: Leo Madriz

Photos courtesy Matadero Madrid and Cathy Byrd

Episode Sound: Navid Nuur, Fire Painting, 2012

Tags: · Fresh Talk · painting

Fresh Talk: Jason Moran

June 10th, 2012 · Comments

Cathy Byrd spoke on the phone with Jason Moran, a jazz pianist/composer based in New York. The MacArthur Fellow and artistic adviser for jazz at the Kennedy Center talks about when he first started improvising, how he collaborates with contemporary artists, and what unfolded during Bleed, the suite of events he created with his wife Alicia Hall Moran during their Biennial residency at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Sound Editor: Leo Madriz

Known photo credits noted

Music: Jason Moran, He Takes His Coat and Leaves

Tags: · · Fresh Talk · sound art · student edition

Fresh Talk: Joan Jonas

June 4th, 2012 · Comments

In Austin, Texas, Cathy Byrd talks with seminal video and performance artist Joan Jonas about how context affects each presentation of The Shape, The Scent, The Feel of Things, a project commissioned by Dia Beacon in 2004. Joan considers the evolution of her transmedia process since the 1960s and the inspiration she gets from working with jazz improvisor Jason Moran. Joan's collaborator in The Shape, the Scent, the Feel of Things (2005-2006) and Reading Dante (2008), Jason will be featured in his own Fresh Talk episode. Jason and Joan will perform together this September in Kassel, Germany, during documenta 13.

Sound Editor: Leo Madriz Photos: known credits notedMusic: Jason Moran, He Takes His Coat and Leaves

Tags: · · · Fresh Talk · public art · performance art

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