This week, a question from Hans Verhaegen https://www.hansup.be Fin de carrière It might be a taboo, but any thoughts on how artists in the last stage of their career can stay relevant? It’s something a lot of young and mid-career artists, probably don’t (or want to) realize: what to do when you still have 20 or 30 years to go, but your art and/or vision have become ‘less relevant’ and you find yourself slipping away in the background and falling off stage everywhere. A friend artist annou...
Lily Zlotover asks: "What advice or tips would you have for an Artist fresh in a new city?" 👍 Sam Ghantous asks: "what do you think of applications? What about when the time spent applying overtakes time spent on actual work?" https://www.samtous.wtf/ 👍 Field recording by Niels Fyrst https://nielsfyrst.dk/ 👍 Ad by https://www.pamm.tv The Pérez Art Museum Miami recently launched a streaming platform for video art!
it's been a while!
Linda Loh asks: I am curious for you to dig more deeply into what Jeremy said recently about being averse to video art being projected, that it was a no no for that medium, because presumably it "belongs" on a screen. https://lindaloh.com/
This week, we talk about everything. + a field recording by Kai Udema https://kaiudema.com/
2 questions: Ariel Baron-Robbins asks: I’ve been debating what to call contemporary art that incorporates technology like computers, internet, blockchain, AI, software, and apps. Some artists prefer simply “contemporary art”, questioning the need to distinguish it from other forms. Yet, we differentiate between paintings, sculptures, drawings, and videos without issue….which brings me back to square one. https://www.instagram.com/arielbaronrobbinsart/ Pyry Qvick asks: I recently won a poet...
It's the end of summer! This episode we catch up because it's been a while.
2 listener questions this week: - What’s your view on subscription services like Patreon or Instagram Subscriptions? How do you predict this field might change in the coming years? Do you subscribe to any online creators? Hope all is well, Jonas Ersland (from Norway, currently living in Berlin) https://jonasersland.net - Did you ever think what you do with your art after you die? What do other artists do? What do families of dead artists do? https://floramiranda.com + a field recording of ...
3 listener questions this week: Jack Rieger: What makes art good? https://jackrieger.com Kristian Hjorth Berge: Are you collectors? What do you collect and why? https://studiobergini.eu/ (also, a field recording by Kristian at the end of the episode) Nels Nelson: What are all your lists? Any favorite lists? Dark side to lists? https://nels.city/
This week is mostly about Apple’s 🍏 Vision Pro 👀 headset
Question for the pod: What is your folder Structure? Warmly, Sam Ghantous https://samtous.wtf/ + a field recording by Mark Rabo https://www.markrabo.com/
This week we discuss the Artist Website… are they still relevant? What should they do? Some of the websites we visit: https://www.jeremybailey.net/ http://sblcommunications.com/jbd/ https://www.newrafael.com/ http://www.jodi.org http://art.teleportacia.org/ https://coryarcangel.com/ https://austinlee.net/ http://www.legowelt.org/ https://olafureliasson.net/artworks/ https://archive.org/details/rgbbyrafaelrozendaal https://www.zwirner.com/ https://www.davidzwirner.com/ https://www.taylorswi...
This week, 2 questions merged into one episode: Kris Meeusen https://www.lab101.be/ “When I work on something there is always this big tension between feeling excited or annoyed. The excitement usually comes from seeing something from a new angle which results in something that looks fresh and exciting to me. I get annoyed when the opposite happens, my explorations turn out to be boring or obvious. When this happens it's really difficult to stop working on it and let it rest , which I think...
2 listener questions this week: Sean Batchelor asks "can you talk about the difference between art & design?" https://www.seanbatchelor.com Jesper Nørbæk suggests the topic of artist interviews. https://www.instagram.com/hektttt
185 - Neighborhood by Jeremy Bailey & Rafaël Rozendaal
this week, we try to not talk about money or power
This week Jack Rieger asks: Have you done a proper episode on burnout? + a field recording by Nadine Treister https://www.jackrieger.com/ https://www.nadinetreister.com/
This week we talk about freedom. We keep talking about it until the word loses all meaning. Field recording by Nadine Treister: Saturday morning summertime in Melbourne, Australia. www.nadinetreister.com
This week we freestyle... but we end up talking about AI of course... and a special remix audio mashup via holly.plus
This week Jesper Nørbæk asks us: What role does fun play in choosing what work you do? Will you change how you work to have more fun? Is having fun while working a goal in itself for you? https://www.instagram.com/hjesper/?hl=en
This week we talk about taste... bad taste... aesthetic taboos... + a field recording by Jesper Nørbæk of a Danish bird. https://www.instagram.com/hjesper
This week’s topic comes from Flora Miranda: ... how you choose which programmer fits for which project. Rafaël, you work with the same person for most of your works, but work with 2 more as you told in the last episode. How do you select these people? Regarding skillset, do you even know enough about the skills/technology to be able to judge if they are the right fit? Regarding past work, do you judge if they have worked with artist before or would you also work with a programmer who is tota...
3 listener questions around the topic of "the perfect museum". Eva van Ooijen https://www.evavanooijen.nl Intton Godelg https://www.intton.com Pyry Qvick https://www.instagram.com/pilkulleen
We're back! Jeremy tells us about his health challenge and recovery, and further updates on life and travel.
Hey Raf & Jeremy, Here’s a field recording – a sprinkler tapping away, a countdown to the end of summer. Jack www.jackrieger.com
174 - Patience by Jeremy Bailey & Rafaël Rozendaal
this week we discuss corporate speak, language, art speak, myth building, the words
we talk about legacy... legacy software... legacy art...
This week, Nadine Treister asks us about art theory & art history, is it helpful, how to absorb it, or ignore it.
This week Jesper Nørbæk asks us about "Routines". https://www.instagram.com/hjesper/?hl=en What routines have you tried that didn't work for you? What do you routinely avoid doing? What value does routine have to you if any? What function does routine have in your practice? At what point do you make a conscious effort to break a routine? What differences do you see between routines of experienced vs. inexperienced artists? and a field recording by Nick Bontrager https://www.nickbontrager.com/
Hi Jeremy and Rafaël! I liked how in your last podcast you made a distinction between fear and joy and the questions you get about it. So I send you two questions, one for fear and one for joy. - Intton Godelg. https://www.instagram.com/intton/
This week Alex Fisher asks about Resistance/Persistence/Dall-E/AI https://artofalexfischer.com and a field recording from Linda Loh https://lindaloh.com
This week we talk about the Venice Biennial & Twitter's influence Field recording by Christina Latina https://www.christinalatina.com/
This week we talk about startup culture and how the remote-office-life changed it all Field recording by Flora Miranda https://floramiranda.com/
how do you feel about workshops?
We talk about issues: War… Art… NFT… Dayjobs… Thank you to Rebecca Edwards www.arebyte.com & Anonymous for your questions Field recording by Momo www.momoshowpalace.com
Linda Loh asks: Are there any artists out there who DON'T think about sales? Can artists still work like that without being labelled "privileged"? Is work with sales in mind the best work? How do we disentangle good art from what sells? - https://lindaloh.com
Francesco Ameglio asks: “Is it never too late to be, or at least trying to be an artist? Does aging have anything to do with being relevant as an artist? And what's your relationship with the new generation of artists?” https://francescoamegliosound.com/
This week, some thoughts on scale, focus, ambition, growth, confidence, the usual! Check out Jeremy’s latest NFT: https://foundation.app/@jeremybailey/~/128709
we review the matrix... sort of
Year in review! 2021 2021 2021 2021
Jesper Nørbæk writes: Hi Rafael and Jeremy, To answer your question from the podcast: Please don't be more "professional", it’s impossible to concentrate on what a polished voice is actually saying. And you are definitely not talking too much about NFTs given how big of a shift it is. My question is about piles of files: How do you keep track of your piles of files and compare the versions of a time based work when it develops? With stills I have no challenge since it is easy to open 5 di...
This week we talk about (mis)management. And check out this great podcast hosted by Ben Fino-Radin: Art & Obsolescence https://www.artandobsolescence.com/
My question is about creating a narrative around your work/personality. How have your opinions changed throughout your career. Do you think it's important to form a broader overarching story around the delivery of your work or is it more useful for the narrative to create itself as a side-effect of making the work? Tom Johnson www.tomjohnsonart.co.uk
this week... META verse
Will Apple release the computer we want?
This week Alessandro Ferraro asks: "Can you talk about abstraction?" https://infomus.academia.edu/AlessandroFerraro And a field recording from Jay Gilligan https://www.instagram.com/instantjuggler/
This week we discuss the work-from-home situation and our future plans
This week a question from Jesper Nørbæk: How do you know when to stop? About Jesper: I'm an artist working with sound. I make music in Code Walk and I make performances with custom generative music software. I live in Copenhagen. https://soundcloud.com/codewalk and a field recording from our nr 1 supporter: Ben Fino-Radin of Small Data Industries. https://smalldata.industries/