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Erin Cosgrove spoke about her new animation film, The Living Book, full of dark satire coupled and a dizzying array of influences.
Hsuan Hsu speaks about his new book which examines how smell affects our daily life and lived-in atmospheres, and how smell works in representation in art.
As the boundaries between art and activism are increasingly overlapping. Anthony Carfello, Shoghig Halajian, and Suzy Halajian speak about their online platform, Georgia, which publishes writing about contemporary problems.
Elissa Washuta spoke about heartbreak, how the internet changed her life, and her new book, her Creative Capital Project, White Magic.
Sheetal Prajapati talks about how her multiplicity of “identities” as an interdisciplinary artist and arts administrator benefits her larger practices.
Paul Schmelzer talks about his new digital publication produced with Nicole J. Caruth, which looks at all the issues and source material that inspire artists to make their work.
Wes Hurley discusses his film, Potato Dreams of America, which tells his immigration story of moving to the US from the crumbling USSR.
Brian Harnetty talks about his Creative Capital Project, Shawnee, Ohio, the story of the Appalachian town, and the people behind some of the archival recordings.
We spoke to Michèle Stephenson, Joe Brewster, and Yasmin Elayat about the premiere of their Creative Capital Project, “Changing Same,” at Sundance Film Festival.
Jake Yuzna talks about his Creative Capital Project, After America, and the unique workshop practice to collaborate with the actors who play versions of themselves.