A Conversation with Laia Abril
In this episode, Laia Abril discusses the origins of her career, her methodology, the themes she explores in her work, often related to women, such as rape and abortion. She also shares her insights from creating art out of polarizing issues, and being a woman in the art world.
Jan 30 2023
A Conversation with Violaine Lochu
Violaine Lochu tells us about her fascination with voice, which led to her art, and how this materializes in her performances and installations. She also talks about her thoughts on being a woman in her field, her work process, and all the forms her art can take.
Nov 4 2022
A Conversation with Olivia Fahmy
Olivia Fahmy tells us about her background as an art historian in relation to her curatorial work, the co-founding and running of the independent art space Tunnel Tunnel, and the question of heritage, particularly attached to her recent curation of African contemporary art.
Oct 21 2022
A Conversation with Nadine Wietlisbach
Nadine Wietlisbach is the director of the Fotomuseum Winterthur in Switzerland since 2018. With an interdisciplinary team, she creates exhibitions, publications and projects in the field of Contemporary Photography and Arts. In 2015 She won the Swiss Art Award for Critic Publication, exhibition category, and she was the curator in residence at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago.
Sept 20 2022
A Conversation with Aldeide Delgado
Founder of the Women Photographers International Archive (WOPHA), Aldeide Delgado comes in to talk about her organization, the ongoing research project that unveiled the work of past generations of women artists/photographers in Cuba, leading to a career defined by her contributions to photography, empowering women and gender equality through establishing meaningful connections and threads across multiple organizations, eventually redefining art history.
Sept 1 2022