John Herman was interviewed for an article on the Sea Coast Online. In it he discussed is project for the NewMediator Show on May 28th!
"The gist is, at midnight, the morning of May 28, till midnight, a novel will be created all over the country typing on a single digital document connected through the Web," Herman says. "So what it will look like when you go to the art show is a blank screen that throughout the course of the day will have words appear, and the novel will come to life as people are standing there watching."
Today’s episode is an interview with, artist and podcaster, Phillip J. Mellen. We discussed his excellent art podcast and his artistic practice.
Phillip produces the ahtcast, where he interviews contemporary artists he has met and discusses their work with them. Not only are the artists and their work high quality, but the conversations are interesting and easy to listen to. There are many arts podcast available, but Phillip’s podcast is one of the few podcasts that really discusses art from the point of view from the artist.
Today we talk to another one of the talented artists for our upcoming group show, James Post. James is a Brooklyn based painter who draws from eastern thought, his martial arts training, and the relationship between conscienceness and the body.
His paintings always seem in flux, drawing his own beliefs and research. Trying to capture a sense of transformation. I think what I love about his work is how he is able to articulate ideas and concepts that to most people are unexplainable. You can find more of James Post’s work on his website at http://www.jamespost.net