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Monday, April 3, 2017

Artist Interview: Katie Wynne | Part Two

Words of the day: perimeter. definition. koan. bottomless. whir.

Welcome to part two of the interview with Katie Wynne. Katie is based in Philadelphia and is currently installing work for her two person show, with Haynes Riley, titled "Familiars" that opens at Sediment Arts in Richmond, Virginia on Friday April 7th 2017. 

In this episode we discuss, at length, elements of the installation as part of Familiars. We also extend the conversation to include some of the inspiration affecting studio life, especially where the work is and where it could be going. Thanks for joining us. 

Below you will find audio for this interview, as well as some documentation of the work that is part of the show.

Audio interview: 




 Above: Wynne's studio shot of her work (partial), prior to it heading off to Sediment Arts for installation.



Below: The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even (The Large Glass) by Marcel Duchamp

 In looking at Katie Wynne's new work I was drawn to the comparison with Duchamp's piece. We discuss this a bit during the interview.


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Above: Katie Wynne's Perimeters





The artist's website: Katie Wynne 





 Mentioned in the interview:

Haynes Riley
Marcel Duchamp
Agnes Martin
Jean Baudrillard, "The System of Objects"
John Cale, the album "Vintage Violence"
Joseph Kosuth, "One and Three Chairs"
Angela Dufresne
Alexander Calder
Richard Tuttle
Tim Hawkinson
Rachel Harrison
David Berman, "Actual Air"
Robert Gober
Polly Apfelbaum
Beverly Buchanan
James Castle
Thornton Dial




Info on the show:
Familiars
A two person show with Katie Wynne and Haynes Riley
Opening April 7th, 2017
6-9pm
208 E. Grace Street
Richmond, Virginia 23219



For part one of the Katie Wynne interview, please visit this link: Part One




Thank you for listening! 



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