Posts tagged Photography
FALLUCKA #7 - Ed Templeton

Part 3 of Ed Templeton episodes. The reason Ed Templeton was in Copenhagen was that he was here for a book signing on his latest book Tangentially Parenthetical. We talk about selected artworks in the book as well as the idea behind the book. We talk about the people in the book and the situations the pictures are taken in. We also talk about buying art with the heart vs. as an…

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A Sense of Things ft. Signe Vad (#119)

We have Signe Vad on the show today, which is very exciting, and has been a long time coming. She is an exceptionally hard working artist, with tons of projects always in the works as well has her own production, and she somehow gets it all done. She is a serial collaborator, exhibition space leader and cultural front runner, and we have the pleasure of hearing about it. Our talk is also fascinating because…

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The Merge ft. Sara, Peter & Tobias (#116)

Today, in serendipitous timing, we are joined by the art group Sara, Peter & Tobias, who were kind enough to sit down with us for a wide ranging conversation about their first book, Phenomina. And just last week they won the British Journal of Photography International Photography Award for their new project, The Merge. We had a very interesting conversation together not only about their projects, but also about...

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Defending the Collective ft. Yazan Khalili (#113)

We had the great pleasure of meeting and speaking with Yazan Khalili last week, who is the winner of the extract prize 2015 from GLStrand, and just opened his solo show there, by the name of No One Saw The Colours. We had a really fantastic talk about making art, politics, representation and working under tough conditions. Yazan is very dedicated to...

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Botanizing the Asphalt ft. Nanna Debois Buhl (#111)

Welcome back, and happy New Year to all! We have a great artist and incredibly sweet human on the show today; Nanna Debois Buhl. I have gotten to know her a bit over the last year or so and the more I hear about what she does, and how she does it, the more I fall in love with her work. It’s thoughtful, well-researched and also very...

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Vox Populi ft. Gillian Wearing (#109)

A couple of weeks ago the National Gallery of Art (SMK) here in Copenhagen unveiled a bronze sculpture in front of the museum by Gillian Wearing called A Real Danish Family. This is also in conjunction with an exhibition of her works, they are both well worth seeing. We were lucky enough to have the chance to sit down with Gillian to talk both about the sculpture she made about this danish family, and...

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Take Your Time ft. Jean-Marc Bustamante (#108)

One of the great pleasures of making this show is having conversations with people who have some history behind them, people who have seen the ins and outs of the art world through many years, and to hear what is and is not important to them. The guest today is Jean Marc Bustamante, and he is a perfect example of the type of experienced artist and person we speak of. He of course has a long and storied art career, but he also has...

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Small Details ft. Klaus Thymann (#99)

We are talking adventure and exploration today with Klaus Thymann, a tremendously interesting fellow. He is a photographer, an artist, he founded a non-profit called Project Pressure, and an adventurer, so we invited him on the program because we figured he would have many compelling things to say, and indeed he did. We talked about...

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Everything Rises ft. Eva Stenram (#97)

Hello everybody, how are we looking out there? You guys feeling the beginning of Brexit, or just the warm breeze of spring knocking on the door? We have the talented Eva Stenram on the show today, who is a very interesting artist working mostly within photographic mediums. She is a swede living in London, and you’ve almost certainly seen her work before. It utilizes found imagery, but in a much...

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Unreality ft. Ulrik Heltoft (#95)

Today we fight back at the tyranny of reality together with Ulrik Heltoft. He is, in our opinion, one of the more interesting artists here in Denmark, and is also sneakily very influential here. He teaches, he makes art, and he produces the some of the wildest things you’ve never heard about. If you look at his work on a international level, you’ll start to see...

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