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Interview:
Matthew Ritchie: Information, Cells, and Evil
ART21: Can you explain the overall concept for The Universal Cell?
9/30/2005
Interview:
Matthew Ritchie: "Proposition Player"
ART21: What sorts of science journals do you read?
9/30/2005
Interview:
Richard Tuttle: Art and Life
The Klein residence, Tesuque, New Mexico, 2004. Production still from the "Art in the Twenty-First Century" Season 3 episode, "Structures," 2005. © Art21, Inc. 2005. ART21: Measurement seems to play a big part in your work.
9/30/2005
Interview:
Richard Tuttle: Drawing and Exhibitions
Richard Tuttle works on "Village I, Sculpture I" (2004) in his studio, Abiquiu, New Mexico, 2004. Production still from the "Art in the Twenty-First Century" Season 3 episode, "Structures," 2005. © Art21, Inc. 2005. ART21: What is this, in your studio?
9/30/2005
Interview:
Fred Wilson: Beauty and Memory
ART21: You work in a variety of mediums: installation, sculpture, video, glass, printmaking . . .
9/30/2005
Interview:
Fred Wilson: Museums and Collections
ART21: Your museum projects are an unusual kind of art practice.
9/30/2005
Interview:
Mike Kelley: "Day Is Done"
On the set of "Final Procession" from "Day Is Done" (2005), Valley Plaza Recreation Center, North Hollywood, 2004. Production still from the "Art in the Twenty-First Century" Season 3 episode, "Memory," 2005. © Art21, Inc. 2005. ART21: Explain the concept behind your project, Day...
9/23/2005
Interview:
Mike Kelley: Language and Psychology
Mike Kelley, "Bee Beard," detail, 1985. Collection of Barry Sloane. ART21: How much do psychological theories factor into your work? KELLEY: I don’t think it’s something that’s there all the time. In certain projects it is. In the Uncanny project, it’s there because Freud wrote (really) the...
9/23/2005
Interview:
Josiah McElheny: Objects and Ideas
ART21: How did you decide to start working with glass?
9/23/2005
Interview:
Josiah McElheny: "Total Reflective Abstraction"
ART21: What role does beauty play in your work? MCELHENY: The question of beauty is a very funny one to me because, basically, either beauty is in the eye of the beholder, or there is no beauty at all. If beauty is determined by somebody else, I want nothing to do with it.
9/23/2005
Interview:
Susan Rothenberg: Gestures
ART21: What makes you come to your studio? ROTHENBERG: No place else to go. (LAUGHS) No, I feel very strongly about putting time in, whether you’re working or not; reading a book is fine. But if you’re not here, it might pass you by. And sometimes you just throw your book down to the floor, march up to the painting, and say, “...
9/23/2005
Interview:
Susan Rothenberg: The Studio
ART21: Talk about what influenced this painting, Red Studio. ROTHENBERG: Matisse’s Red Studio. I had just come back from having a show in New York. I didn’t want to be in the place where you can’t continue what you are doing and don’t know what you’re going to do. I had never tried to do an interior this specific, but I didn’t...
9/23/2005
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