Learned that my thesis work was collaged into a beautiful webcomic by one of my favorite Baltimore Artists before we ever met. Jim Doran made Gin Rumi from images he shot of my worry slides and “inspired by the Sufi poet and based on something he wrote.” The mashup makes my heart sing in all sorts of ways thinking back on this project and what it meant to devote a year to focus on this collection.
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Saturday Afternoon Show: Mollye Bendell (audio)
Wave Farm artist-in-residence Mollye Bendell, joins host Tom Roe, live in the WGXC Acra Studio to discuss her residency work and general artistic practice, as well as present a program of work by Baltimore artists (where Bendell is based.) The program will include Stephen Bradley’s “The Perfect Storm;” Jason Charney’s “Ausbund;” Melissa Cormier’s field recordings including peepers, cicadas, crickets, rain gutters, and wind chimes; selected poems by Suzie Doogan; Eli Ossip’s “Rockall;” and selected compositions by Timothy Nohe.
This show is similar to the weekday “WGXC Afternoon Show,” but focused on transmission art. Saturday afternoons on WGXC feature Wave Farm Artists-in-Residence, and special guests, who are interviewed on-air, present past and future projects, as well as perform live. For more information on the Wave Farm Residency Program, visit transmissionarts.org/residencies.
work as installed at the Center for Art Design and Culture as part of the exhibition
Glass Oil Blood
my thesis project installation:
Fret & Focus
Fret & Focus is featured and written about on Seeing Science: Photography, Science and Visual Culture