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Sweden

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English


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#5 - Mark Thomas Gibson on Disaster

7/5/2018
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Mark Thomas Gibson (b. 1980) is an American artist. The conversation revolves around disaster, including the moment that occurs after the rupture. A moment of clarity and forward motion, at the point where choices can be made on what to do next. About current affairs, his work process that starts with a proposition and how drawing helps to work something out.

Duration:00:21:29

#4 - Emanuel Röhss on Architecture and Time

6/28/2018
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Artist Emanuel Röhss grew up in Gothenburg, Sweden. Today he lives in Los Angeles. We talk about the differences between the two cities, aspects of sculpture and architecture and his site-specific outdoor sculpture installation De-Ruining, on view at Thielska in Stockholm, until October 7, 2018.

Duration:00:24:24

#4 - Emanuel Röhss on Architecture and Time

6/28/2018
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Artist Emanuel Röhss grew up in Gothenburg, Sweden. Today he lives in Los Angeles. We talk about the differences between the two cities, aspects of sculpture and architecture and his site-specific outdoor sculpture installation De-Ruining, on view at Thielska in Stockholm, until October 7, 2018.

Duration:00:24:24

#3 - Contance Tenvik on Narration

6/21/2018
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“Drawing is something I just do every day”, says multi-disciplinary Norwegian artist Contance Tenvik. Finding a mood and to pay attention to detail are vital components within her art practice. She talks about a trip to Scotland, to reenact a grand vision for a video, and the unexpected result. We also talk about nature and Scandinavian children’s litteratur, like Astrid Lindgren, Roald Dahl and Mumin.

Duration:00:15:38

#2 - Kate Sutton on National Identity in a Global Art World

6/14/2018
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American writer and curator Kate Sutton has been regular contributor to artform.com for a decade. For a long period of time she lived in Moscow and today she is based in Zagreb. Consequently, she has written about many artists located outside of places oftentimes describe as art centres, like London and New York. She mentions a couple of artist, among them Taus Makhacheva from Dagestan.

Duration:00:15:44

#1 - Yves Scherer on money

6/6/2018
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Yves Scherer is an artist living in New York. Speaking on his phone, driving and arriving at his studio, we talk about the necessity of money. Furthermore, how his car is an important asset, and the struggle of keeping thing together. Energy levels are high, the artworld might be a bit at the centre stands the urge to create the most beautiful works.

Duration:00:18:32