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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   
This week Kimberly spoke with Troels Heiredal about his recent solo exhibition "Looking Into Looking" at In the Gallery in Copenhagen. The exhibition, which was supported by Dreyers Fond, explored his examination of older work after finding out he is on the autistic spectrum. 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  
Karmel Sabri (b. 1995) is a socially engaged Palestinian artist, organizer, and designer whose work seeks to beg the endless question of Palestine in an alternative lens which celebrates culture and fosters meaningful discussion.
Stephanie Land is a Brooklyn-based artist whose practice is built upon a traditional photography background and developed through an acquired printmaking process. She received her B.A. in Photography at Columbia College Chicago and her M.F.A. in Printmaking at the Royal College of Art, London. Throughout the conversation Stephanie and Kimberly spoke about Stephanie's project titled White: Silence, an installation-based exploration of her own whiteness. They also talk about anti-racism*, family histories and the importance of communication. Suggested links Color of Change SURJ Building Black Bed Stuy  Medium Tings Equator Productions TaraAura Ashya All images courtesy of the artist Stephanie Land, Alginate and Copper Wire, 2019, 168 x 96 x 12 Inches Stephanie Land, Tending To was developed as part of Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Process Space program and photographed at LMCC’s Studios in the Arts Center on Governor’s Island. Stephanie Land, Tending To was developed as part of Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Process Space program and photographed at LMCC’s Studios in the Arts Center on Governor’s Island. Stephanie Land, Archival digital print on Hahnemuhle Stephanie Land, Archival digital print on Hahnemuhle
Kimberly speaks with Matt Hulse about his recent feature length film titled 'Sound of the Future' and his award winning photo series.
This week Kimberly speaks with Philippa Tapada, a New York based attorney who talks about her experience of leaving the art field to pursue a career in law.
This week Kimberly speaks with UK-based Salma Ahmad Caller and NY-based artist and educator Jalilah Jackman.
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.
Lara Americo is a transgender artist and activist who fights for social justice and LGBTQ rights.
Andrea describes how she got started with photography, what she likes about the process and where she hopes to go as she progresses with the artform.
Kim Engelen is an international artist, art teacher, and former TEDx speaker.
Jeremy Dennis (b. 1990) is a contemporary fine art photographer and a tribal member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation in Southampton, NY. In his work, he explores indigenous identity, culture, and assimilation.