Juliana Barwick
Hanabi up and did it. He moved to Seattle, and he did it all for Eatopia to help expand our horizons. I love Seattle and so should you. If you’re in town, now you have a place to stay. Also on the show Hanabi may have mentioned he enjoys dining at Walrus and the Carpenter. While it may be good, he meant to say How to Cook a Wolf which is a totally different restaurant that doesn’t serve wolf. But they may serve Wolves.
Bryan Bruchman joins me at Serious Business Records to chat about SXSW, Angel Olsen, and his band, Mount Sharp. New music from Damien Jurado, Sally Seltmann, and Eagulls.
Ayala Gazit is an Israeli photographer based in Brooklyn. In her work she combines family photographs, old documents and her own images to explore the history of her family. For her project You Don’t Say she travelled to Israel, England and Germany to learn the story of her family during World War II. Her newest project, is called “Was it a Dream” and it’s being exhibited next month at the The Ballarat Foto Biennale in Victoria, Australia. The project explores Ayala’s discovery, when she was twelve, that she had an older brother living in Australia with a family she had never met. Was it a Dream is Ayala’s journey to discover her brother, Australia, and a family she didn’t know she had.