Meg Lipke joins ahtcast for this interview. Working out of Brooklyn and drawing and collaborating with the past to create a modern conversation. Carrying the experience of an art filled background, Lipke shares that an artist has to work with a "faith" to get through creative blocks and figure it out. She also describes where, and how, the ideas tend to flow. What is painting? Lipke responds: "It's where one works out..." Listen below for more!
Sinclair, 2013, fabric dye and beeswax on wool felt, 108 x 108 in
Installation of Sample Narrative at Parallel Art Space, 2014, mixed media, dimensions variable, (here 84 x 90 in)
Sample Element, 2013, marker, fabric dye and gesso on cardboard, 18 x 20 in
Untitled, 2012 -13; fabric dye and beeswax resist on watercolor paper, 60 x 40 in
Untitled Sketch, 2013, ink and fabric dye on paper, 12 x 15 in
The artist's website: Meg Lipke
Meg Lipke in her studio
Artists etc. mentioned in the conversation:
Sample Narrative at Parallel Art Space: Essay on Lipke's work by Enrico Gomez.
PAIR at Proto Gallery. Curated by Ian White Williams: Coverage on Gallery Travels: a blog by Anne Russinof
Brooklyn Rail article mentioned in the interview: Bill Jensen with Chris Martin
(Original intro song by David T Miller and Phillip J. Mellen)