Nov 29, 2009
This week Duncan and Christian talk to Ron Terada about art, hockey
fights and Blade Runner (for the love of God, Edward James Olmos's
character was named Gaff!!!).
Ron Terada lives and works in Vancouver. Recent solo exhibitions include Voight-Kampff (2008), Catriona Jeffries Gallery, Vancouver; Stay Away From Lonely...
Nov 22, 2009
This week Duncan talks to Charles Esche, Director of the Van
Abbemuseum, Kerstin Niemann, Research Curator at the Van
Abbemuseum, and Stephanie Smith, Director of Collections and
Exhibitions and Curator of Contemporary Art at the Smart Museum of
Art about the current Smart Museum exhibition, Heartland.
Nov 16, 2009
Liam Gillick. That is right, the man whose
imagination can take him
anywhere. A transparent master of the question of Modernity? Cat
lover? Designer/author/theorist/artist/architect? The son Donald Judd never wanted? Enigma cloaked in riddle? Relational Aesthetic
celebrity? All these things and more... We at Bad at...
Nov 9, 2009
Jeremy Deller. That's right, this week we have one of the world's most interesting contemporary artists talking about "What It Is," a show and tour he has worked on, that appeared at The Hammer, the New Museum and now, Chicago's MCA, featuring a car that was bombed-out during the Iraq war. He is joined by artist Esam...
Nov 1, 2009
This week for your listening pleasure Bad at
Sports has dispatched
Shannon Stratton and Duncan MacKenzie to Illinois' glorious Kankakee to meet up with the artists of Temporary Services. They query Brett Bloom, Salem Collo-Julin, and Marc Fischer about social practice and the group's decade long history.