Light, space, scale, shifting light, and a new way to look at buildings you pass every day: A discussion with artist Mark Oliver.
An Interview With Charis Ioannou
“The delivery of a seasoned jazz musician is often clear and confident even if the actual musical content is very complicated. This can also be translated into street photography: a complex scene should be portrayed with great clarity and often simplicity even if there are lots of intricate actions and nuances taking place.”
Living in the Past – An Interview With Kathy Toth
“I documented my work but also everything else I could find graffiti-wise, then the spaces where it always seemed to appear started piquing my interest. “
An Interview with Parent Teacher: Infrequently Asked Questions
New York City-based musician and pigeon-whisperer Parent Teacher discusses his newly released album Impending Doom. Articulate, timely, and beautifully observed, the album adroitly mixes humor with despair over the “complete breakdown of American society,” and remains addictively listenable throughout.
Pinhole Photography as an Emotion: Gianfranco Lunardo
“People live and mark their existence in the silent voice of their remains.”
An Interview with Liz Johnson
“I like to introduce something remarkable into ordinary, everyday circumstances because I think that there are always interesting things happening all around us––and sometimes some very surreal things.”
The Irony of “Fever Dream”
We quickly find ourselves in hypnagogic territory, sorting real, unreal, and surreal at the edges of a dream.
An Interview With Simon Quadrat
I am beyond grateful for the chance to discuss the beautifully mysterious paintings of Simon Quadrat.
An Interview With Suzy Birstein
I felt the need to create beautiful images, nurturing, reflecting, mentoring. The Tsiporas became pregnant – pregnant with life, pregnant with hope and appreciation for all we have had and need to continue to create – To heal our beautiful world…
Interview with filmmaker Ana Maria Vallejo
I think there is a rather subversive character of animation that can be used … as a strategy to take a reality, maybe an oppressive one, and show a different perspective over it, by the creation of other realities