Intersections Interviews Online

November 27th, 2006 · No Comments · Artists, Tools and Tech

Bill Lundberg, [source]

One curatorial component of the Intersections exhibition at the Creative Research Laboratory is podcast interviews of the artists on the subject of their artmaking practice. At the gallery, there is a iPod station with wireless headphones so viewers can walk through the exhibit while listening to interviews. The CRL has now made those interviews available online.

I highly recommend listening to the two-part interview with Bill Lundberg along with his wife, the artist Regina Vater (part one and part two). In particular, pay attention to the discussion of his new work, Songs We Can Remember, a piece with projections onto silhouettes of people singing songs they can remember, like “Blue Moon” or “Someone to Watch Over Me.” Bill’s use of singing in video art is similar to the work of Jesper Just, where singing works as a vehicle to bring sincerity and vulnerability back into the lexicon of contemporary art.

Intersections will be up through Dec. 2. You can access all the interviews on the CRL website here. More about Bill Lundberg here, here, and here. You can listen to our two-part interview as well (part one and part two).

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