posts tagged landscape

9/5/17 // Resa Blatman

Resa Blatman is an interdisciplinary Massachusetts-based artist whose work considers issues of climate change and its effect on our landscape and natural resources. She stated that her work… | listen

1/3/17 // Jodie Mim Goodnough

Jodie Mim Goodnough is a Providence, Rhode Island-based artist whose work revolves around the use of images in psychology and psychiatry, and includes photography, sculpture, performance, video and sound. | listen

9/27/16 // Lynn Saville

This Week: Photographer Lynn Saville discusses her new book Dark City: Urban America at Night. | listen

8/30/16 // Molly Lamb

 “The Wolves” from Ghost Stepping This Week: Photographer Molly Lamb discusses her work, growing up in the South, and how she uses photography to talk about ideas of home, loss and memory.… | listen

7/26/16 // Theresa Ganz

Artist Theresa Ganz talks about making her photo-based collages and her interest in 19th and 21st century visions of the landscape. We also discuss how growing up in the city made her curious about nature, the connection between her work and outer space, and the ways that artists' depictions of the… | listen

7/5/16 // Manufacturing Home

Photographer Amy Eckert talks about her collage work and her photography project, Manufacturing Home. For the project Amy photographed the interiors of model mobile homes around the U.S. | listen

6/28/16 // Everglades

Photographer Lisa Elmaleh talks about driving her homemade, portable darkroom through the American Southeast to take photographs of the Florida Everglades and traditional folk musicians in Appalachia. | listen

6/21/16 // Spontaneous Urban Plants

Landscape architect David Seiter talks about his new project: Spontaneous Urban Plants: Weeds in NYC. David is interested in how weeds might be used by landscape designers and urban planners to improve our cities. David is the design director and founding principle of Future Green Studio. | listen

6/7/16 // Sight Seen

Denver, Colorado based artist and photographer Edie Winograde talks about her project Sight Seen, which she made while traveling through America's national parks. Edie is interested in how we experience history in the landscape, and her pictures of places like Niagara Falls, Monument Valley, and… | listen

4/19/16 // Christine Osinski

Artist Christine Osinski has a new book of photos called Summer Days Staten Island. The project, shot in the early 1980s, documents the working class neighborhoods of Staten Island, where Christine moved after getting priced out of Manhattan. In this episode Osinski speaks about her Staten Island… | listen

2/5/16 // Three Rivers Of Divine Design

A look into nature’s ability to design the surreal landscape of the Three Parallel Rivers of China. | read

1/5/16 // Troublemakers

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, a handful of artists began leaving New York City to make monumental artworks in the landscape of the American Southwest. Frustrated by the commodity driven structures of museums and galleries and eager to explore new forms of sculpture and drawing, artists like… | listen

6/2/15 // Picturesque

My guest this week is Antwerp-based photographer Jan Kempenaers. Jan broke out on the photography scene in 2010 when he published a book called Spomenik. The book documents the giant geometric sculptures that were built across the countryside of the former Yugoslavia in the 60s and 70 as monuments… | listen

1/13/15 // Art Uncovered

New York-based artist Ross Racine creates aerial views of fictional suburban landscapes. This month his work is part of an upcoming exhibition at the International Print Center in New York. I met with Ross to look over some of his prints and talk about his drawing technique and his interest in… | listen

12/16/14 // Art Uncovered - Michael Light

For years Michael Light has been photographing the American West from above. He flies his own plane or sometimes rents a helicopter and goes searching for photographs that capture the vastness of the western landscape and the way humans have built their own environments within it. | listen

10/20/14 // PHOTOBLOG - Fall Foliage

BTR checks out the fall foliage in the New York area. | read

9/16/14 // Art Uncovered

Photographer Laura Plageman is know for a body of work called the Response Series. The project is a collection of unusual landscape images that Laura makes by physically folding, tearing and crumpling her prints and then re-photographing the results with a large format camera. In the final… | listen

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