Collin Lloyd : December 3rd 2014

Winter is upon us listeners. How are you fairing? Well, I hope…

Today’s guest is Collin Lloyd. The above video piece is a collaboration between him and his spouse Alexia Serpentini. If you guys remember, I spoke to Alexia during the first year of Blind Date. And much like her interview, we ended up talking for quite awhile, going all over the place. With that said, you may need to be ready to get comfy for this one, or make this two sittings…

Collin’s work centers around themes of masculinity, femininity, gender, identity construction, and his inner life. Besides his sculpture and performance work, he has been writing a novel based on his dreams which form a consistent ongoing story. As you’ll hear in our discussion, narratives are something quite close to his heart as well as his work. We also touch on gender inequality and its results in many parts of culture.

You can learn more about his work at his website, collinlloyd.com.

Happy listening…

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December 18th, 2013

Winter greetings listeners! I hope all of you are having a nice holiday season.

Last week I sat down with three of the many rotating members of Spettra. Teresa Koester Mills, Allie Marcum, and Kevin Melzer filled me in on what Spettra is all about.

Spettra is a projectionist collective who specialize in the hands on approach. Their visuals are based in lo-fi technology such as overhead projectors, kitchen liquids and hand held paraphernalia. If it can be found on a shelf, they’ve probably tried it. Above is a small glimpse at what they can do.

You can learn more at their Facebook page. Of course, you can always listen in to our discussion to get the 411..

Till next time.

October 30th, 2013

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It’s the day before Halloween! Happy All Hallow’s Eve listeners.

Today I bring you the publisher of Cavalcade Literary Magazine, Cutter Williams. Cutter and his friend Jacob started Cavalcade in early 2012, when Cutter lived in Portland, Oregon. Since, Cutter has moved back home to Louisville and brought his publication with him. The magazine features a variety of fiction and nonfiction work in various formats. And for each issue a visual artist’s work is selected to be published amongst the writing. Copies of Cavalcade can be found in all Carmichael’s Books locations, as well as Astro Black Records. The fourth issue should be coming out sometime in the winter.

To learn more, visit Cavalcadelitmag.com.

Submit work to cavalcadelitmag@gmail.com.

And like them on Facebook!

And before I leave you guys, don’t forget this!

Just saying…even if you can’t make it, or have no interest in going, tell your friends & family!