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Essay:
Nancy Spero's "Torture of Women"
This essay originally appeared on the Art21 Blog From "Torture of Women" by Nancy Spero, Siglio Press, 2010. Photos courtesy National Gallery of Canada.
4/16/2010
Interview:
Allora & Calzadilla: "Clamor" and War Music
ART21: Can you talk about your installation, Clamor?
11/18/2007
Interview:
Allora & Calzadilla: "Under Discussion" and Vieques
ART21: How did your video, Under Discussion—shot on the island of Vieques, Puerto Rico—come about?
11/18/2007
Interview:
Mark Bradford: "Market >Place"
ART21: What was the inspiration behind your installation, Market >Place? BRADFORD: In Market >Place, I wanted to create an environment that had something to do with trade, with public space, and the way people use it for pleasure, for business, for meetings, for secrets. I like that. And this was the amalgamation of all...
11/18/2007
Interview:
Mark Bradford: Politics, Process, and Postmodernism
ART21: Do you think of your work as political?
11/18/2007
Interview:
Robert Ryman: Color, Surface, and Seeing
ART21: Can you talk about the way you use the color white in your paintings?
11/18/2007
Interview:
Robert Ryman: Light and Music
ART21: How do you approach making a painting? RYMAN: My approach tends to be from experiments. I need the challenge. If I know how to do something well, there’s no need to do it all the time because it becomes a little monotonous. So, I like to find a challenge. Of course, all these things are rooted in the basics of painting...
11/18/2007
Interview:
Catherine Sullivan: Performance
ART21: When did you start to use film and video in your work, which is heavily involved with live performance?
11/18/2007
Interview:
Catherine Sullivan: "The Chittendens"
ART21: What are the rehearsals for your videos like?
11/18/2007
Interview:
Mark Dion: "Neukom Vivarium"
ART21: Tell us something about the backstory of the tree used in your installation, Neukom Vivarium. DION: On the evening of February 8, 1996, a massive hemlock tree fell over a ravine in a small area of old growth about forty-five miles outside Seattle, in a protected watershed area. Therefore, it didn’t touch the ground and...
11/11/2007
Interview:
Mark Dion: Science and Aesthetics
ART21: Is there an element of role-play or performance in the work? DION: My work has a pretty complicated relationship to performance. Part of that is because there’s no traditional audience-performer relationship. But there is a Bouvard and Pécuchet element in my work: in a way, I’m working through the natural sciences as a...
11/11/2007
Interview:
Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle: Childhood and Influences
Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, "Le Baiser/The Kiss, " video still, 2000. Multi-channel video installation and projection, CD audio recording, and mixed media, dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist and Max Protetch, New York. ART21: Do you think growing up on three different continents has an impact on your work today?
11/11/2007
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