Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novelist Art Spiegelman is th guest. His body of work runs the gamut from the Holocaust memoir "Maus" to political features in "Harper's" and "The New York Times Magazine", and his re-released collection of early underground comics "Breakdowns" opens a windo into both a personal and a cultural history of the late 20th century.
This is an interview with the two artists and the curators of this exhibition, Stefano Catalani and Namita Gupta Wiggers. For more information, see the museum's website.
Through countless small gestures of her craft, Mandy Greer employs humble handicraft processes and materials, executing her work through crochet, braiding, sewing and beading processes that use yarn, beads, shells, feathers and more.
Using figures clipped from the print media, Darrel Morris' large pieces are line drawings with thread, sharply graphic and monochromatic. Measuring six feet or more, the nearly life-sized imagery envelops and draws the viewer into the work to become an active participant.
Jesse Durost will discuss the making and installation of his exhibition at Fourteen30 in SE Portland. The exhibition opened January 23rd. Durost's Fabrications explore his "own vocabulary of architectural forms." More information at Fourteen30.
Here it is, your free gift for supporting KBOO. "JEEZUS!" is a self-published book copyright 2007 by Theresa Mitchell. These posts are intended to boost KBOO Web readership.
By way of introduction: "Jeezus!" is a parody of "Left Behind." This is adult content, so be judicious. In this first chapter, a cruise ship captain encounters difficulties with his libido, as the Rapture apparently begins. Enjoy.
Host Eva Lake interviews Mandy Greer and Darrel Morris, two artists currently showing at the Museum of Contemporary Craft. Mandy Greer is exhibiting an installation of crochet, braiding, sewing and beading using yarn, beads, shells, feathers and more. Darrel Morris presents large works featuring the stitch on fabric.
On this program, the Moles look forward to the Obama presidency, back to the messages of Martin Luther King Jr., and to how the Nixon presidency is selectively remembered in the film Frost / Nixon. Hear the whole show by clicking on the arrow above, or individual segments by following their links below where you can find more information about each piece: