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Jessica Gaddis is a New York-based artist who works with painting, ceramics, found objects, sculpture and installation. Her work questions what it means to be an ephemeral being in a physical body.
London-based artist Mary Stephenson creates life-like props for her art pieces. Her work displays themes of delusion, parody, and make-believe, and explores why daydreams are sometimes better than reality.
This week: Documentary filmmaker Pieter Van Huystee talks about his new film Hieronymus Bosch, Touched By The Devil. The film follows a team of art historians as they try to bring Bosch's 16th-century masterpieces back to the painter's hometown in The Netherlands for an exhibition on the 500th anniversary of his death.
How dreams and art therapy join in a sacred junction of aesthetics and psychological healing.