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This week Kimberly spoke with New York-based artist Visakh Menon about his interest in digital aesthetics and its relationship to traditional painting and drawing. All images courtesy of the artist Interference Acrylic and paint markers on paper 24x18" each | 2018 Interference Acrylic and paint markers on paper 24x36" | 2015 Interference Acrylic and paint markers on paper 24x36" | 2015 Interference Acrylic and paint markers on paper 24x18" each | 2018 Interference Acrylic and paint markers on paper 24x18" (each) | 2018 Interference Acrylic and paint markers on paper 24" | 2018 Interference (detail) Acrylic and paint markers on paper 24" | 2018 Interference Acrylic and paint markers on paper 36x24" | 2017-2018 Interference (detail) Acrylic and paint markers on paper 36x24" | 2017-2018
Sarah E. Jenkins is an interdisciplinary artist and educator who works in stop motion animation, drawing and social practice. Her work is inspired by labor, women’s work and post-industrial landscapes. All videos courtesy of the artist
This week Kimberly spoke with Augustine Boyce Cummings, a new York-based artist who works with sculpture, painting, drawing and assemblages. During the conversation, Kimberly and Boyce spoke about Boyce's project titled An American Dream, a massive multi-media installation that was exhibited in an abandoned school building in Grand Rapids Michigan. All images courtesy of the artist
This week Kimberly spoke with Lesley Wamsley, a New York artist whose observation-based paintings work to document life in the present moment. Throughout the conversation, they spoke about Lesley's desire to document life through painting and the benefits that allowing herself to paint en plein air had on her art and life. Images courtesy of the artist
This week Kimberly speaks with Brianna Harlan, a multi-disciplinary artist who works conceptually in multiform, socially and self-engaged art.  In the episode Kimberly and Brianna speak about Brianna's need to confront, though art engagement, how systems violently condition our identity and how that influences the quality of life, health and habits. They also speak about Brianna's projects Black Love Blooms, Black Girl Telephone and Creative in the Grey. All images courtesy of the artist