For Mary Magsamen and Stephan Hillerbrand, art and life become one.
An interview with curator Ruth Erickson on her recent project “Sociological Walk in Brooklyn (NY), a re-animation by Fred Forest” conducted over Facebook on September 15th.
James McAnally talks with artist and Good Citizen founder Andrew James about becoming the media, garageband and why he doesn’t work at Best Buy…yet.
The 1954 Pruitt-Igoe housing project in St. Louis was an architectural and social disaster. I talked with artist Juan William Chávez about his less damning outlook on the history and fate of the Pruitt-Igoe site.
I first heard about Pig Slop Studios last summer when I ran into Rebecca Estee on Cherokee Street. She offered me cheap studio space because she, Zak Marmalefsky, and Chloe Bethany were about to have more than they knew what to do with.
I recently sat down at the Scottish Arms for a conversation with Dominic Molon, the newly installed Chief Curator at CAMSTL, to discuss his recent move from the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago (MCA), the mythology that develops around curators and, of course, the Velvet Underground.
Sarah created The People’s Joy Parade as a street-wide happening that pulls disparate St. Louis communities together. The People’s Joy Parade will soon have its third procession on May 7, 2011, at 1:11 pm.
For “House Coat,” artist Elizaveta (Leeza) Meksin dressed up Cosign Project’s two story building in a shimmering white and gold spandex covering, creating a stunning public intervention on a nondescript block of South St. Louis.