Eden Osucha speaks with filmmaker Natalie Bookchin about the phenomenon of video self-portraiture in the internet age, and what it means for resistance and identity.
Center for Maine Contemporary Art’s Executive Director and Chief Curator Suzette McAvoy reflects on CMCA’s new presence in Rockland, opening the space to new and wider audiences, and how she envisions CMCA’s role in defining the contexts of Maine art.
Tim Fite is a musician and printmaker in residence this summer at SPACE Studios and Pickwick Independent Press. Meg Hahn talks with him about the the idea of foundational printmaking as process, performative drawing, and his relationship to rap and visual art.
Ann Hirsch will probably defy most expectations of a feminist artist thinking about gender, social media, and the implications of shame and display.
Meg Hahn talks with Able Baker Contemporary’s co-owners Stephen Benenson and Hilary Irons about the space and its current exhibition, American Optimism.
“You can’t push it away. You can’t go under. You have to be in it.” Anna Wolfe-Pauly and Erin Colleen Johnson talk about Wolfe-Pauly’s project for the series A Long Wait happening on Fort Gorges this summer.
Jessica Hankey’s photographic and video work on non-profits, community centers, clubs, and museums, investigates institutions and the relationships that constitute them. Using documentary and narrative filmmaking strategies, she investigates the unstable relationship between location, image, and perception. by Erin Colleen Johnson
In this episode, npilar interview Ruski’s Tavern owner Monica about the art on the walls of our favorite neighborhood bar. They discuss holograms, autographs, a toe calendar, and Bob Saget.
Veronica A. Perez sits down with Kyle Patnaude to discuss his curation of “tinderbox” at the ICA at MECA and the role of the curator and artist in sparking tangible social change.
Benjamin Spalding talks with Justin Levesque about ICELANDx207, a project investigating economic, geographic, and cultural spaces between Maine and Iceland.