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This is it.... We’re talkin BODY with interdisciplinary artist Lola Ogbara in the final episode of cool WIP’s first season. We could not have found a better way to end the season than a bad ass conversation interdisciplinary artist Lola Ogbara! We’re talkin femme fatale hip hop, the grotesque, body chains, P L E A S U R E, thrifting, and the way in…
 
Visual artist Tim Portlock is our tour guide to the uncanny as we explore his aphoristic, sublime, manufactured, large scale cityscapes that distort reality and maybe bring us closer to a new truth. He's schoolin' us in the history of Hudson River Valley painting, monuments, American Exceptionalism, video games, and obviously that one weird buildin…
 
Get your metaphysical internet spaceship ready because we're taking a journey through time, space, place, history, constructed narratives, Google Images, WWE, and cooking with artist Kahlil Robert Irving! He is one of the participants selected for the 2020 Great Rivers Biennial presented by the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. Follow him @kahlilr…
 
RACHEL YOUN IS FINALLY HERE IN YOUR EARS!!! Their multimedia practice is prolific which means we’re talkin’ kinetic sculpture, foot massagers, Craigslist, signifiers of Americana, Furbee Organs, FISHING, Busch Stadium and impotence. They’re one of the participants selected for the 2020 Great Rivers Biennial presented by the Contemporary Art Museum …
 
sk sk sk whoops! we dropped a new episode! Brandon Bandy, aka the maker with the most mentions on the pod, is FINALLY here to dissect our sus-ioety. We're talkin the seduction of imagery, E-Girls, why Hot Topic is trash now, Stephen Shore, capitalism, RISO HELL, OJ, Slayyyter, memes, Teenage Witch, and the way in which his work taps into the pipeli…
 
This week, we're talking with Kevin and Danielle McCoy, the art and design duo that operates as WORK/PLAY. For the past 12 years, their work has challenged audiences by delivering uncomfortable truths about race through a variety of mediums. We're talkin' Kapernick, roller skating, colorism, Tyvek, and "progress" or lack thereof in the arts. You ca…
 
Interdisciplinary artist Kalani Largusa brings us through his labyrinthine practice and life. We’re talkin painting, comic books, surfing, martial arts, tattooers with no tattoos (yes), 2 Live Crew, serving in the navy, and Largusa’s ongoing quest to triangulate his position in life through both abstract and representational work. This is seriously…
 
Double threat designer and artist Sam Watkins Park delivers a helluvan episode. We’re talkin Tommy Wright III, Direct Drive, the uncanny valley, Three 3 Mafia, Sargent, Korean Mask making, and Watkins ability to incorporate his personal experiences of being othered (while satirizing and rejecting those classifications) in his grand, hyperbolic, hyp…
 
What happens when you take serious, timely, and conceptual subject matter then strip it of its pretentiousness and add a wink? Brittany Boynton! We're talkin' EVERYTHING this week - art school snobs, Pam Anderson, GREASE 3!!!, the Hills, dance teams, DeSoto, Dennis Rodman, and Jack Sparrow's various states of disarray in the Pirates of the Caribbea…
 
The final episode in the five-episode podcast series, "Call It What It Is," which features stories of Marquette University sexual assault victims, along with interviews with campus resources. This episode features a story by a Marquette junior and a poem by a Marquette student that has chosen to remain anonymous. Ways to help victims of sexual assa…
 
The Association of American Universities found in their campus climate survey that, rates of reporting to campus officials and law enforcement are low, ranging from 5-28%, depending on the degree of the assault. In this episode, I talk about ways universities can make victims more willing to seek help and more willing to trust their universities. O…
 
The third episode in the podcast series, "Call It What It Is," which features stories of Marquette University sexual assault victims, along with interviews with campus resources. This episode features interviews with junior student, Jessica Kathe and Deputy Title IX coordinator Cara Hardin.Music by: HookSoundsImage inspired by: shinepopart.tumblr.c…
 
This is the second episode in the podcast series, “Call It What It Is.” It features a story shared by a victim of sexual assault and an interview with a victim advocate at Marquette University. In the following episodes other victims’ stories will be shared along with resources available to those affected by sexual assault. It’s time we call what h…
 
"Call It What It Is" Introduction features statistics of sexual assault and violence along with victims’ voices. In this series, unreported victims’ stories will be shared, so others will know they are not alone and will feel empowered to come forward and share their own story. Interviews with Marquette University victim resources will be included …
 
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