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This week Kimberly spoke with Myeongsoo Kim, a New York based artist whose work explores sculpture, photography, memories and constructed narratives. They spoke about some of the work that was included in Myeongsoo's recent show “Mother-Land,” curated by Michelle Yun at CUE Art Foundation. All images courtesy of the artist   
Jennifer Seastone is a NY based actress and visual artist whose work explores the possibilities of re-forming narrative and  memory. Throughout the conversation Kimberly and Jenny talk about the role of communication and the difficulty of finding a single truth in an overloaded landscape. All images courtesy of the artist  
Rae Stern’s practice employs digital tools in the manipulation of multiple media including ceramics, photography, paper, and textiles. After a decade in the high-tech industry, her work is concerned with the social and cultural effects of technology. Between 2009 and 2018, Stern collaborated with Aya Margulis under the name Doda Design and created several bodies of work. Recent residencies include the Penland School of Crafts, Anderson Ranch, and Belger Crane Yard Studios. Stern has received grants from Asylum Arts, the Schusterman Foundation, and Belger Arts. Currently based in New York City, NY, Stern’s work has been exhibited internationally at the Eretz Israel Museum, (Tel Aviv, Israel), Belger Arts, (Kansas City, MO), Harvard University, (Cambridge, MA), and Medalta Museum, (Alberta, Canada). Her work is included in the collection of Eretz Israel Museum, The Racine Art Museum, (Racine, WI), International Museum of  Dinnerware Design (Ann Arbor, MI), as well as numerous private collections in Israel and the USA. Stern completed her undergraduate degree in psychology and communications at Tel Aviv University followed by a master’s degree in design from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. All images courtesy of the artist  
This week Kimberly speaks with Gelah Penn, who recently had a solo show titled Uneasy Terms at Undercurrent in Brooklyn. Throughout their conversation Gelah and Kimberly talk about Galah’s work in relation to narrative, sculpture, materiality and literature. All images by Etienne Frossard All images courtesy of the artist Ebb Tide (Site-responsive installation), 2019 Various synthetic materials, dimensions variable At ODETTA, Chelsea, NYC I/LXVI (from Clarissa Collages), 2019 I/XLVIII (from Clarissa Collages), 2019 Notes on Clarissa (Volume I), 2019 Installation of 99 collages Exhibition cards, various synthetic materials Various dimensions In “Uneasy Terms” at Undercurrent, Brooklyn, NY Notes on Clarissa (Volume II), 2019 Installation of 99 collage Exhibition cards, various synthetic materials Various dimensions In “Uneasy Terms” at Undercurrent, Brooklyn, NY Uneasy Terms by Gelah Penn at Undercurrent Uneasy Terms by Gelah Penn at Undercurrent Stele #9, 2019 Polyester mesh, lenticular plastic, plastic garbage bags, plastic mesh, silicone tubing, staples, Styrofoam ball, Velcro, eyelets, T-pins 90 x 49 x 30 inches Stele series, installation view, 2019 Various synthetic materials, dimensions variable In “Uneasy Terms” at Undercurrent, Brooklyn, NY Stele series, installation view, 2019 Various synthetic materials, dimensions variable In “Uneasy Terms” at Undercurrent, Brooklyn, NY
This week Kimberly speaks with Richard Bottwin, an artist and art educator who works with wood and abstraction.
William Norton is a New York based artist whose autobiographical work connects his roots of growing up in Japan with his complex history of dealing with the disappearance of his 4-year-old son in 1990.