On this episode we talk with our guests Quinn Gomez-Heitzeberg and Astri Swendsrud about the history of the Spiritual movement in LA, the known and the unknown, and the return of the spiritual in contemporary art. He is an artist who lives and works in Los Angeles. Danny Snelson is an editor, writer, and archivist recently relocated to Los Angeles. He is an Assistant Professor at UCLA where he is developing a manuscript on what he calls the little database, a way to think about digital file formats and the transformation of art and writing on the internet.
Johanaa Drucker is an artist and writer who lives in Los Angeles.
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She is known for her work in digital humanities, artist books, experimental typography and modern art. Dorothy Hoover is an artist and set designer working in the theater and art worlds in Los Angeles. Emily Mast is an artist living in Los Angeles who works across the art, theater and dance worlds. You can find them on bandcamp at flatwormsmusic.
David Pagel is an art critic who lives in Los Angeles.
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He writes regularly for the Los Angeles Times. He is a professor of art theory and art history at Claremont Graduate University and an adjunct curator at the Parrish art museum in Water Mill, New York. Adrian Paules has been living in Los Angeles for 15 years. Ariel Pink. Megan Whitmarsh is a Los Angeles based artist primarily known for her textile projects as well as her multi-media work. She is currently collaborating with Jade Gordon on videos, installation and performance.
Jade Gordon is also an LA artist who makes collaborative performance art, objects, and video work. She is a founding member of the performance art collective My Barbarian. Jade and Megan will be the only collaborative duo in the upcoming Made in LA biennial exhibition at the Hammer museum.
David Gilbert is an artist who works in photography installation sculpture and performance. Our interstitial music, as always, is Ocfif by Lewis Keller, and we go out with a song from Minneapolis band The Stonedest Alan Nakagawa would describe himself as a sound artist and he is definitely a multidisciplinary artist, who lives and works in Los Angeles.
David Bell is a spaceship operator and a coming back around to the idea of being published again writer after taking a while off. You can find the album for free or pay-what-you-like on bandcamp. And the name of the song is Small Things. Ian James lives and works in his studio in Chinatown, Los Angeles. John Knuth is an artist in Los Angeles. He also founded Circus Gallery in which operated through Rachel Mason is an artist, song writer, filmmaker and performer.
She often performs as the character future clown.
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You can find more of there tunes on bandcamp. The name of the track is Windsor Tunnel. Joel Kyack is an interdisciplinary artist and art educator who lives and works in Los Angeles. Lisa Anne Auerbach is also an LA based interdisciplinary artist and educator. She founded The Meow, an art space in the Mt.
Washington neighborhood of Los Angeles. And the name of the track is … Ifthe. On this episode our guests are Michael Carter and Victoria Prinz.
Michael Carter is an artist who lives and works in Los Angeles. Victoria Prinz is a student of Theosophy: An area of study concerning the knowledge of the mysteries of life and nature, the nature of divinity, and the origin and purpose of the universe. They have a new album coming out soon on Sub Pop records so keep an eye out for that and check em out on SubPop.
David Shook is a very handsome poet, translator and publisher from beautiful Los Angeles, California. Our interstitial music, as always, is Ocfif by Lewis Keller, and we go out with a song from Los Angeles band The Tissues off their new album Veil just released last month. You can find more of their music on bandcamp and the name of the track is … Red Light. You can find more of their music on bandcamp at fuckupayus. On this episode our guests are Michael Smoler and Mitch Temple. He is a practicing poet and collage artist who also founded the gallery High Energy Constructs in which was a performance and exhibition venue in Chinatown, LA.
Mitch Temple is a visual artist and filmmaker currently based in Los Angeles. You should pick up a copy over at WavePoetry. We go out with a song slash audio collage from Los Angeles musician Jeremy Kennedy. You can find more of his work on bandcamp at fmsmprc. On this episode our guests are Hailey Loman and Kim Zumpfe.
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Hailey Loman is an artist in Los Angeles who works in performance and sculpture. Kim Zumpfe is an artist, teacher and writer in Los Angeles.
Her installation work often deals with architecture and how bodies move through spaces. Shagha Ariannia is an artist originally from Iran who has lived and worked in Los Angeles since Her show Who Sings the Nation State? You can find out more about Machine Project at machineproject. We're going to hear from New York writer Corina Copp.
On this episode our guests are Emily Joyce and Cliff Hengst. Emily Joyce is an artist who lives and works in Los Angeles. And, in fact, this is a unique episode of The People with David and Anthony standing in as guest hosts for our first ever all spanish language episode of La Gente. Our theme music as always is Ocfif by Lewis Keller and we go out with a song from LA band Sin Color, find their music on sound cloud or on their bandcamp page at sincolorband.
On this episode our guests are Amar Ravva and Jessica Ceballos. Amar Ravva is a writer who lives in Los Angeles. Jessica Ceballos is a native of the Highland Park neighborhood in Los Angeles where she currently serves as a neighborhood council member and works as an arts and community advocate. And we close out this episode with a song by Def Sound from the "Kings. Neon" project. You can find more vibes on soundcloud at soundcloud. On this episode our guests are Jade Chang and Krystal Chang. The World recently released from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
Krystal Chang lives in Los Angeles and is a landscape architect who also creates floral works and installations. In a new edition of Notes from The People we hear from Los Angeles activist and labor organizer Alexis Soto on the presidential election here in the United States and this new political climate we find ourselves in. And we close out this episode with the song Teriyaki Milkshake from Los Angeles band Rats off their self-titled album.
Miller: The People. Adam D. Miller lives and works in Los Angeles and is the co-founder of the artist run gallery The Pit. In a new edition of Notes from the People we have an excerpt of an audio piece by LeRoy Stevens from his wide ranging project Menu Options. The full recording was made live during each of the Presidential debates using a rotating wireless microphone positioned between active radios. On this episode our guests are Mark Allen and Zut Lorz. Mark Allen is the founder and director of machine project which is a storefront space in Echo Park, Los Angeles.
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Zut Lorz is an archivist at machine project and has a history in performance work. Located in shared office space run by Regus PLC in a large building near several companies that have obtained large defense department contracts. Incorporated 22 August This one appears on Bloomberg as having no executives listed, no recent transactions.