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This week Kimberly speaks with the members of Collective View— a New York based group of female identified art professionals and their current traveling exhibition titled Private View . The exhibition, which travels between the homes of each participant, was conceived during the COVID-19 lockdown as a way to visually highlight the importance of art and connection in times of forced social distancing. Images courtesy of Collective View Aimee Burg Untitled (brown insulation), 2020 Hand-dyed silk, crocheted mason line, sand, recycled packaging insulation, wood, porcelain 13.25 x 10 x 2 in Julia Goldman Mom’s Car 6, 2020 Oil on canvas 11 x 14 in KB Jones and Gabriela Salazar Installation Tamar Ettun Orange Creatures (Aimee), 2018 20 x 30 x 2 in Private View Installation  
Kristen Racaneillo, a partner and curator at Field Projects Gallery, an independent artist, activist and academic, talks about the Field Project’s  Corona + project, Black Lives and her thoughts on the role that art plays during difficult and distressing times. MarcelinaGonzales_CoronaCare comp from Field Projects.  
This week Kimberly speaks with Elisabeth Smolarz about her at-home photography gallery Spectral Lines and  the video art exhibition she curated in the window of her apartment building and Maria Rapicavoli about her project Home Made.    
This week Kimberly speaks with Marco North about COVID’s effect on filmmaking and his new still photography project “When The World Was Small,” which consists entirely of images taken at home.
This week Kimberly speaks with Noah Gomez about his COVID-inspired video “Finding Comfort Through Lack of Control” and Erin LaSorsa about Feed the Freelancers.

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