1. Artist Elaine Hullihen enters a packed gallery (Gallery 425 in Kent, Ohio) wearing a set of “spoon pants” that she had constructed from hundreds of spoons and fabric that looks perfect to reupholster a mid-western couch. As she begins to dance the spoons begin to fall away to the beat of her feet hitting the floor. Hullihen began to play with the viewers almost immediately, taunting them to participate; a trait that emanates through her artwork in both performance and sculpture (ex. A Float A Flicker, and her MBA show at Kent State University, 2007). The audience had been invited and could not help but respond.

    For the entire article on this work visit http://www.artistforartist.org

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  2. This interview was conducted between artists Adriane Schramm and David Mramor for AFA. The video was taken in David’s apartment in the Lower East Side, NYC in July 2010. The performance work that was shot of Enid Ellen was taken at Envoy Enterprises, NYC.
    Schramm and Mramor have been influencing each-other's art work for the last decade. They have performed together and drawn from a bond that can only be described in their words.
    artistforartist.org

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  3. This interview took place at Jeremiah Maddock's show "See No Evil, See No Evil, See Evil" at Factory Fresh, Brooklyn NY in October 2010 between artist Jeremiah Maddock and Ali Ha of Factory Fresh. Ad Deville also makes an appearance, to claim his janitorial work at Factory Fresh. All kidding aside, this interview was conducted to enlighten a greater audience on Jeremiah Maddock hypnotizing work.

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  4. Artist for Artist Interview:Chunghee Han and Jaanika Peerna -Finding YAWYOU
    Recorded in New York City and Hudson Valley in August, September 2010
    Conversation touches on the nature and influences of the artists work, creative process and connections to audiences.
    Chunghee Han is from Korea, Jaanika Peerna Estonian native both living and working in NY now.They work in various media including installation, video and drawing. To learn more go to chungheehan.com and jaanikapeerna.net
    Special Thanks to : Jin-young Park, Travis Roozee,Grace Lee, Jayoung Yoon, Nathan Perkel, Woong Gallery, Karel Zova, Oksana Titova, UmruX5, ArtDepoo Gallery, ARC Fine Art, Olga Temnikova, Jane Thornquist, David Rothenberg, Brian Widmaier, Erki-Sven Tüür, Rudolf van Dommele

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  5. This is a preview for a full-length interview to be posted on http://www.artistforartist.org. This excerpt is where both David and Adriane begin to talk about their artistic practice in relation to gender. This interview was conducted between artists Adriane Schramm and David Mramor for AFA. The video was taken in David's apartment in the Lower East Side, NYC in July 2010. The performance work that was shot of Enid Ellen was taken at Envoy Enterprises, NYC.

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Artist For Artist Interviews

Artist For Artist

A collective voice of Artist For Artist will be represented through a series of interviews between two practicing artists. We invite artists to create their own organic dialogue with their fellow contemporaries in order to create an open platform of intimate…


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A collective voice of Artist For Artist will be represented through a series of interviews between two practicing artists. We invite artists to create their own organic dialogue with their fellow contemporaries in order to create an open platform of intimate conversations surrounding their artwork. The interviews will create a primary resource for dialogues surrounding current artistic processes, philosophies and cultures.

At AFA, we believe that artist’s voices are becoming increasingly muffled by the arrangements of other visionaries. This is why now, more than ever, the contemporary art world is in need of a platform in which artists can share their purview, studio and artistic voice with a greater audience.

The interviews can come in different forms via video, digital audio recording or transcript. The current line-up of artists is invitation only, but we are happy to look at prospect submissions. Please contact anneliis.beadnell [at] gmail.com for further information.

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