In this much anticipated follow up to an earlier episode, artist Scott Ingram shares his thoughts on a recent exhibition that was literally demolished. In the resulting discussion, the origin of creative ideas is observed, and they explore the very nature of creative practice.
Biennials are discussed – including their role and related curatorial challenges. A sober and cogent idea for the future is proffered.
Sparked by a controversial book Matthew has been reading, the value of higher education is debated. Joe leads the witness. Scott teases his next project.
(Un)required Resources For Episode 48
- “Scott Ingram And The Bigger Pond (Part 1)” including podcast show notes and bio
- Whitney Biennial 2019
- ARTNEWS review of the Whitney Biennial
- Franklin Sirmans on Wikipedia
- Sean Scully
- “The High Life With William Downs” – Brain Fuzz art podcast episode 15
- The Case Against Education: Why the Education System Is a Waste of Time and Money on Amazon
- Review of The Case Against Education at TheWashingtonPost.com (“. . . Dangerous, extravagant ideology . . . “)
- “College May Not Be Worth It Anymore” – opinion in The New York Times
- Eric Fischl
- The Lamar Dodd School of Art