Joe and Matthew join artist Krista Clark at her studio, a unique space with its own interesting story. Together they discuss her work, creative practice, and what feeds it. Recent successes are celebrated. The time suck of social media is investigated.
Along the way, topics including gentrification, activism, and institutionalism in art are explored.
Fast food restaurants and coffee shops are skewered. Recent headlines get attention while sponsorship opportunities are lost.
(Un)required Resources for Episode 38
- We Were Eight Years In Power on Amazon.com
- Buildings Must Die on Amazon.com
- Julie Mehretu at Marian Goodman Gallery
- Sarah Sze at Tonya Bonakdar Gallery
- Gordon Matta-Clark on Wikipedia
- About anarchitecture at ElizabethRiggan.com
- Nissan Juke at autoblog.com
- A Second Confrontation Occurs at a Major Coffee Chain Location (CBS on YouTube)
- Bathroom Policies of a Major Coffee Chain (Money.CNN)
- Keltie Ferris at Mitchell-Innes & Nash
- Cecily Brown at The Art Story
- Barbara Kruger on Wikipedia
- Jenny Holzer on Wikipedia
- Kara Walker at Art21.org
- Gilles Deleuze on Wikipedia
- Assorted Commercials of a Major Italian-American Restaurant Chain (YouTube):
a) When You’re Here, You’re Family
b) The Cousin
c) “Good Thing I Was Born Hungry”
d) Cooking School
d) A Tuscan Feast
Who Is Krista Clark?
Krista Clark grew up in Burlington, VT and holds a BFA from Atlanta College of Art in printmaking, an MA from New York University, and an MFA from Georgia State University. She lives and works in Atlanta, GA.
Her work is included in the permanent collection of the High Museum and is part of an ongoing exhibition in Bratislava, Slovakia through Art in Embassies. Clark’s work was featured in Fictions at the Studio Museum in Harlem. She is a 2018-19 MOCA GA Working Artist Project recipient.
Clark is represented by Sandler Hudson Gallery in Atlanta.