Monday, November 18, 2019

Rocking Chair Sessions

Rocking Chair Sessions podcast

Sterling Rook | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

Sterling Rook's multi-disciplinary practice investigates various artistic mediums to uncover cultural threads, so to speak- the 'fabric' of reality. He believes that culture can...

Sarah Michelle Rupert | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

Sarah Michelle Rupert is a visual artist and arts professional living and working in South Florida. Working with photography, video, collage, drawing and animation,...

Maria Lino | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

Maria Lino (b. 1951, Havana): Lino, who works in a variety of media, describes her two most recent series, Working Hands and Agua/Water, this...

Jill Deupi | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

Dr. Jill Deupi is the Beaux Arts Director and Chief Curator of the University of Miami’s Lowe Art Museum. Prior to assuming this position...

Brookhart Jonquil | RCS: Rocking Chair Sessions

“In this work I’m looking at continuous cycles of expansion and rest that seem to be found in everything that changes through time. A...

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...