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Interview:
John Feodorov: "Forest at Night"
ART21: Could you talk a little about the photographs in this work, Forest at Night?
9/21/2001
Interview:
John Feodorov: "Office Deity"
ART21: What do you want a work like Office Deity to lead people to think about?
9/21/2001
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?
9/21/2001
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?
9/21/2001
Interview:
Shahzia Sikander: "Chaman"
ART21: I’m noticing the way in which images are revealed and concealed by the layers of tissue paper in your installation work. What does the layering refer to, and what is your intention in using it?
9/21/2001
Interview:
Shahzia Sikander: Islam and Miniature Painting
ART21: Were you interested in art as a child? Do you have any childhood memories of knowing you wanted to be an artist?
9/21/2001
Interview:
James Turrell: "Live Oak Friends Meeting House"
Live Oak Friends Meeting House, Houston, Texas, 2000. Production still from the "Art in the Twenty-First Century" Season 1 episode, "Spirituality," 2001. © Art21, Inc. 2001. ART21: How did you come to design the Quaker meetinghouse in Houston? Was that your idea, or did the Friends there contact you?
9/21/2001
Interview:
James Turrell: "Roden Crater"
James Turrell at Roden Crater, Arizona, 2000. Production still from the "Art in the Twenty-First Century" Season 1 episode, "Spirituality," 2001. © Art21, Inc. 2001. ART21: Where are we, right now?
9/21/2001
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