Texts 13-24 of 33
Interview:
Andrea Zittel: Influences
ART21: Does where you live affect your work?
9/27/2001
Interview:
Andrea Zittel: "Pocket Property"
ART21: How did you come up with the idea of the Pocket Property?
9/27/2001
Interview:
John Feodorov: "Forest at Night"
ART21: Could you talk a little about the photographs in this work, Forest at Night?
9/20/2001
Interview:
John Feodorov: "Office Deity"
ART21: What do you want a work like Office Deity to lead people to think about?
9/20/2001
Interview:
Ann Hamilton: "ghost: a border act"
ART21: Your work has often been described as “installation art.” Could you talk about what an installation is, and what it means to you, personally, to work in this way?
9/20/2001
Interview:
Ann Hamilton: Pinhole Photography
ART21: We were talking earlier about the possible connections between growing up and living here in the Midwest, in Ohio, and an aspect of your work that deals with being simultaneously at the perimeter of something and at the middle of what’s going on. Could you talk a little more about this?
9/20/2001
Interview:
Margaret Kilgallen: Heroines and Working in the Community
ART21: Could we talk a little about your process? Especially the difference between doing work indoors, in a gallery or museum setting, and outdoors, in the train yard or graffiti on a building.
9/20/2001
Interview:
Margaret Kilgallen: Influences, Train Marking, and Graffiti
ART21: You have many books here in your studio—very eclectic, like this one—it’s a very old natural history book.
9/20/2001
Interview:
Sally Mann: Collodion Process
Sally Mann in her Lexington, Virginia home, 2000. Production still from the "Art in the Twenty-First Century" Season 1 episode, "Place," 2001. © Art21, Inc. 2001. ART21: Could you take us through some of the steps of your photographic process, especially the collodion process?
9/20/2001
Interview:
Sally Mann: Dog Bone Prints
Sally Mann in her Lexington, Virginia home, 2000. Production still from the "Art in the Twenty-First Century" Season 1 episode, "Place," 2001. © Art21, Inc. 2001. ART21: Could you talk about the dog bone prints?
9/20/2001
Interview:
Barry McGee: Graffiti
Barry McGee in San Francisco, 2000. Production still from the "Art in the Twenty-First Century" Season 1 episode, "Place," 2001. © Art21, Inc. 2001. ART21: What is the difference for you, in working at a gallery, in a museum, or on the street?
9/20/2001
Interview:
Barry McGee: Public and Private Space
Barry McGee installing work at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA, 2000. Production still from the "Art in the Twenty-First Century" Season 1 episode, "Place," 2001. © Art21, Inc. 2001. ART21: You seem to be very interested in the history of graffiti, as something that’s been happening since...
9/20/2001
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