Interviewing Kate Steciw

For toomer labzda’s year one exhibition. ◊◊ What do you use most often in your studio? Photoshop. Yeah. I think that’s what I spend the most time using. In the studio it’s different. I mean in the studio it’s just a place

Interviewing Kate Steciw

For toomer labzda’s year one exhibition. ◊◊ What do you use most often in your studio? Photoshop. Yeah. I think that’s what I spend the most time using. In the studio it’s different. I mean in the studio it’s just a place

Interviewing Kate Steciw: An Appendix

I just finished editing the interview I did with photo-derivative-and-house-hold-object artist Kate Steciw (who also has work up at Foxy Production right now) for toomer labzda’s year one show and interview series. Because so much of our lunch-talk was trimmed down

Interviewing Kate Steciw: An Appendix

I just finished editing the interview I did with photo-derivative-and-house-hold-object artist Kate Steciw (who also has work up at Foxy Production right now) for toomer labzda’s year one show and interview series. Because so much of our lunch-talk was trimmed down

Interviewing Taylor Baldwin: An Appendix

For the ongoing artist interview series with toomer labzda, I had a cross-state Skype interview with the artist Taylor Baldwin (I was in New York, he was in Virginia where he currently teaches). He was generous with his patience and

Interviewing Taylor Baldwin: An Appendix

For the ongoing artist interview series with toomer labzda, I had a cross-state Skype interview with the artist Taylor Baldwin (I was in New York, he was in Virginia where he currently teaches). He was generous with his patience and

Interviewing Jason Gringler

Originally for toomer labzda. ◊◊ What do you use most often in your studio? Anger! [laughs] No, patience. Definitely patience. unless you want something more literal? patience is definitely a good one. What is your favorite part of the creative

Interviewing Jason Gringler

Originally for toomer labzda. ◊◊ What do you use most often in your studio? Anger! [laughs] No, patience. Definitely patience. unless you want something more literal? patience is definitely a good one. What is your favorite part of the creative

Anne-Lise Coste Between Painting and Text

Originally published in  ArtLog. ◊◊ Last Thursday the French New York-based artist Anne-Lise Coste visited toomer labzda to give a talk about m, l, e, her latest body of work on display at the young Lower East Side gallery. For the exhibition, forty-eight small

Anne-Lise Coste Between Painting and Text

Originally published in  ArtLog. ◊◊ Last Thursday the French New York-based artist Anne-Lise Coste visited toomer labzda to give a talk about m, l, e, her latest body of work on display at the young Lower East Side gallery. For the exhibition, forty-eight small

Taken 3/26/11

notes transcribed from a talk the artist Carolee Schneemann gave at the Nasher Museum at Duke University; she came in honor of an epistolary book our Kristine Stiles published on her, titled Correspondence Course. –who saw the body as sculpture and as painting, and video

Taken 3/26/11

notes transcribed from a talk the artist Carolee Schneemann gave at the Nasher Museum at Duke University; she came in honor of an epistolary book our Kristine Stiles published on her, titled Correspondence Course. –who saw the body as sculpture and as painting, and video