Posts Tagged: Dina Deitsch

robbinschilds, Construction IV: Olive Room, 2011, two-channel digital video and audio installation, 15 min. (artwork © robbinschilds)

Two for One: robbinschilds in conversation with Dina Deitsch

By Dina Deitsch

In the final installment of her three-part interview series, curator Dina Deitsch speaks with robbinschilds about site, collaboration, and the process of creating Constructions I–IV, which was commissioned for the 2011 exhibition Temporary Structures: Performing Architecture in Contemporary Art at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum.

robbinschilds, Construction IV: Olive Room, 2011, two-channel digital video and audio installation, 15 min. (artwork © robbinschilds)

Two for One: robbinschilds in conversation with Dina Deitsch

By Dina Deitsch

In the final installment of her three-part interview series, curator Dina Deitsch speaks with robbinschilds about site, collaboration, and the process of creating Constructions I–IV, which was commissioned for the 2011 exhibition Temporary Structures: Performing Architecture in Contemporary Art at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum.

Kate Gilmore, gallery installation view of Like This, Before, 2013, video, wood, glass, paint (artwork © Kate Gilmore;  image courtesy of Clements Photography and Design)

Broken Dishes: Kate Gilmore in Conversation with Dina Deitsch

By Dina Deitsch
For the second installment of her conversation series, curator Dina Deitsch speaks with artist Kate Gilmore about Gilmore’s process of creating Like This, Before (2013), and the importance of breaking things and laughing about it.

Kate Gilmore, gallery installation view of Like This, Before, 2013, video, wood, glass, paint (artwork © Kate Gilmore;  image courtesy of Clements Photography and Design)

Broken Dishes: Kate Gilmore in Conversation with Dina Deitsch

By Dina Deitsch
For the second installment of her conversation series, curator Dina Deitsch speaks with artist Kate Gilmore about Gilmore’s process of creating Like This, Before (2013), and the importance of breaking things and laughing about it.

William Lamson, Untitled (Walden), 2014, exterior view of Lamson’s floating camera obscura, color photograph (artwork © William Lamson)

Floating Cabins and Shifting Landscapes: William Lamson in Conversation with Dina Deitsch

By Dina Deitsch
In this interview, curator Dina Deitsch and artist William Lamson discuss the slippery space of video, working with and in nature, and the poetics of floating cabins.

William Lamson, Untitled (Walden), 2014, exterior view of Lamson’s floating camera obscura, color photograph (artwork © William Lamson)

Floating Cabins and Shifting Landscapes: William Lamson in Conversation with Dina Deitsch

By Dina Deitsch
In this interview, curator Dina Deitsch and artist William Lamson discuss the slippery space of video, working with and in nature, and the poetics of floating cabins.