David Iacovazzi-Pau talks about his work, which is part of two exhibits; Crossing Borders, Building Bridges at Louisville’s Metro Hall, and Held from Beneath: An Exploration of Cultural Sustainability, at the Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany.
Vermiculture Makers Club is Amy M. Youngs’ group installation of compost-worm-related art. Although her gallery talk at the 849 Gallery at the Kentucky School of Art is postponed until March 26 because of snowy weather, she dropped by to speak with us about her unusual work.
Charles Mintz has published books of some of his earlier projects, and his current work, Lustron Stories: Americans At Home, is destined for being bound into a single volume. We talk to him about the Lustron history and his process of documenting these homes and the people who live within the baked enameled-steel walls.
A special show in that besides talking with Nick Sturtzel about his new label, City States Tapes, it also gave Keith the opportunity to talk to Connor co-host Connor Waldman about his music, as he is one of the artists in the Volume 1 release of cassettes from Sturtzel’s label.