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Second Sundays: Artist Interviews, December 2014

A collection of interviews recorded as part of our open studio sessions during Pioneer Works Second Sundays in December 2014.

Members of Long Distance Poison, creators of long-form electronic music. Hosted by Joe Ahearn. 12 minutes.

Brett Swenson, Pioneer Works 2014 artist-in-residence, glassblower, interdisciplinary sculptor, and experimenter. Hosted by Jake Nussbaum. 15 minutes.

Christian Joy, costume designer, and textile artist, and veteran of the Clocktower's Anxious Spaces performance festival, and Naomi Clark, painter and member of the Fort Makers collective in Brooklyn discuss their new collaboration. Hosted by Tim Goossens. 20 minutes.

Nat Roe, a Silent Barn alumnus, and now executive director of Flux Factory, a mixed-used arts space in Queens. Hosted by Joe Ahearn. 14 minutes.

G. Lucas Crane and Nicholas Cummins, Silent Barn conspirators, explain the Party Lab recording project and other sound and noise initiatives. Hosted by Joe Ahearn. 21 minutes.

Aurora Halal, creator of the Sustain-Release electronic music festival, and Daniel Martin-McCormick, who performs electronic music as Ital. Hosted by Joe Ahearn. 17 minutes.

Julian Bozeman, projection and video artist and a 2013 Clocktower artist in residence. Hosted by Joe Ahearn. 13 minutes.


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