Chip McCall: Sculpture and Object Functionality

Premiere DateMar 30, 2021
00:00 Podcast Introduction
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00:35 Episode Introduction
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01:00 name & place dad sports
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01:24 Interview with Chip McCall (pt 1)
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18:35 Mic Break
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19:09 Interview with Chip McCall (pt 2)
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29:17 Outro
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29:40 Self Portrait Keaton Henson
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31:53 Finish
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This week Kimberly spoke with Chip McCall, a New York-based artist whose playful sculptures explore ideas of capitalism and object functionality. Throughout the conversation Kimberly and Chip speak about online identities, Chip’s repurposing of household products and the role humor and language play in his work.

All images courtesy of the artist

I’d eat the whole damn child just to taste the thing it came out Of

Dense with sunspots and a hairline that makes no definitive Conclusion

Well if I can’t be president, I guess I’ll get my d*ck sucked by a snake

Excited about the McRib coming back

Kimberly Ruth is a New York based multi-media artist. Her work explores the failures and inconsistencies of language, especially in the digital age. Through text, photography, video and performance, she works to…

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