Thursday, August 22, 2019

Rocking Chair Sessions

Rocking Chair Sessions podcast

Ana Mendez | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

"I create dance and action-based performances that embody the tension and relationship between the architecture of space and the body. The work is highly...

Morel Doucet | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

"Through our dreams, we make contact with a vast, yet elusive side of ourselves. My work converges flora and fauna of the outside world...

Jacqueline Gopie | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

"My paintings, often portraying children and the seashore, may at first glance appear prosaic. But, beneath their joyful sun-drenched surfaces, my paintings are...

Gianna Riccardi | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

"Coding. Over the past few years, nearly every project has been achieved through my process of gridding, layering, patterning, coordinating or organizing in...

Anja Marais | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

"Here is my confession: I am less interested in the theoretical and institutionalized questions of the contemporary art world than I am in interpreting...

Amalia Caputo | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

Amalia Caputo is a photo and video based artist, independent curator and art writer with an extensive exhibition and publication list. Recent exhibitions include...

Sri Prabha | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

Sri Prabha is a multidisciplinary artist originally from Hyderabad, India. His artistic training includes the Cornish College of the Arts and a Masters in...

David Rohn | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

"David Rohn kept his Art exhibit quietly, but I found it at the F.I.U. Museum. His piece reminds me of what is occurring in L.A.,...

Roxana Barba | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

Roxana Barba is a choreographer and performer whose practice incorporates interdisciplinary uses of dance, film and video. She pursued undergraduate visual arts studies at La...

Judith Berk King | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

"Scientific specimens presented by museums in their glass cases and the artistic renderings of previous eras have always fascinated me. The displays and drawings...