(Interview) On Subversive Publishing and “The Tongue-Like Organ of a Bee” An Interview with Lisa Pearson of Siglio Press SARAH MINOR Originally published June 20, 2016 SM: In […]
Richard Kraft in conversation with Danielle Dutton: “I think a lot of my work is rooted in things I collect that can be organized into taxonomies and then recontextualized. Here Comes Kitty is filled with them.”
Clive Phillpot on the BOMBlog: “My take on Ray’s mail art, as well as his reliefs and drawings, is not so much to find them addressing the present but rather that something from the past occasionally detonates into my present.”
Artists Ann Hamilton and Jane Hammond discuss the hybrid nature of their work and the influence of the literary on it in a conversation with Lisa Pearson.
James Simenc and Jerry Gorin interview Lisa Pearson: “The hybrid work is…often sequestered in one world or another; it’s not given its due or read as deeply as it could be without really proactive advocacy.”
Melinda Wilson interviews Lisa Pearson at VIDA: “The Count is a tonic to complacency, dispelling the notion that we will make progress without unambiguous action. It is a critical, multi-use tool: a disquisition with concrete impact. It’s about awareness and outrage, leverage and accountability, as well as about inspiration and activism.”