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The People: John Zane Zappas & Lindsay Preston Zappas Ep. 25

The People: John Zane Zappas & Lindsay Preston Zappas Ep. 25

Featuring Notes from The People with Michael Smoler reading from his poetry collection, Pieces of Water, number 16 in the Parrot series from Insert Blanc Press
... and we close out the show with the song Art Fair from the band Writer.

John Zane Zappas is a sculptor living in Los Angeles who currently has an exhibition called N U S T A C H U S at Outside Gallery a General Project of Insert Blanc Press which runs until April 5th 2015. We’ll be talking with John about his work and his role as co-director of Hammock Gallery.

Also joining us is, Lindsay Preston Zappas an artist and writer living in Los Angeles. She’ll be discussing Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles the online and print quarterly that she founded and which launches in April of this year.

Written by Mathew Timmons — March 14, 2015

The People: Michelle Carla Handel & Jason Ramos Ep. 24

The People: Michelle Carla Handel & Jason Ramos Ep. 24

Featuring Notes from The People with Morani Kornberg-Weiss reading from her debut poetry collection, Dear Darwish.
... and we close out the show with a song featuring Patrick McKinney, Lee Folmar and Clayton Richlik.

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KCHUNG 1630AM Listen Live on Sunday, January 18, 2015 at 3 p.m.

Michelle Carla Handel is a sculptor and Jason Ramos is a painter both working in Los Angeles. They also are Co-directors along with Molly Shea of Eastside International which is a gallery in Los Angeles and hosts an international artist’s residency.

Eastside International is an artist-run, alternative, contemporary art exhibition space and international artist residency based in Los Angeles, CA.

 

Written by Mathew Timmons — February 13, 2015

The People: Tomory Dodge & Nicolas Shake Ep. 23

 

The People: Tomory Dodge & Nicolas Shake Ep. 23

Featuring Notes from The People with J.S. Makkos & Bernard Pearce
Plus Allison Carter reading from her newly released poetry collection, Here Versus Elsewhere on Insert Blanc Press at Commonwealth and Council this past November
... and we close out the show with a song by the band New Weather

The People Radio on  iTunes
KCHUNG 1630AM Listen Live on Sunday, January 18, 2015 at 3 p.m.

Tomory Dodge is a painter from Los Angeles where he is represented by ACME Gallery.

 

Nicolas Shake is an artist in Los Angeles. He received his BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and MFA from Claremont Graduate School and he is represented by Western Projects.

Written by Mathew Timmons — January 21, 2015

The People: Nancy Popp & Hugo Hopping Ep. 22

 

The People: Nancy Popp & Hugo Hopping Ep. 22

Featuring Notes from the People with Todd Collins
and we close out the show with a song by the band Sin Color

The People Radio on  iTunes
KCHUNG 1630AM Listen Live on Sunday, December 21, 2014 at 3 p.m.
Nancy Popp is a Los Angeles-based artist who creates performances, videos, drawings and photographs. Her work draws upon the rich traditions of durational, corporeal performance and political intervention to explore relations between body and site, often incorporating public and architectural spaces.
Hugo Hopping is an artist from Los Angeles, currently based in Copenhagen, Denmark. There he is a coordinator for the Winter Office a workgroup comprised of architects, urban planners, social scientists and artists.

Written by Mathew Timmons — December 19, 2014

The People: Carol Cheh & Ariel Evans Ep. 21

 

The People: Carol Cheh & Ariel Evans Ep. 21

Featuring Notes from The People with William Moor

and we close out the show with a song by the band Sweet Cobra 

The People Radio on  iTunes
KCHUNG 1630AM Listen Live on Sunday, November 16, 2014 at 3 p.m.

 

 

Carol Cheh is a writer based in Los Angeles, who occasionally curates, and she runs the site Another Righteous Transfer which explores performance in the L.A. art scene.

 


Ariel Evans is a PhD candidate in Art History at ​t​he University of Texas at Austin, where she studies the history of photography​,​ post-war American art​ and feminist history. She is the founding editor of Pastelegram​, an art publishing collective that encourage serious engagements with living artists and art writers from diverse audiences.

Written by Mathew Timmons — November 15, 2014

The People: Stacey Allan & Sarah Williams Ep. 20

 

The People: Stacey Allan & Sarah Williams Ep. 20

Featuring Notes from The People with Brian Joseph Davis reading from The Consumed Guide

and we close out the show with a song by the band Power Slut from Boston, MA

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KCHUNG 1630AM Listen Live on Sunday, October 19, 2014 at 3 p.m.
Stacey Allan is the co-founder and executive editor of East of Borneo, an online magazine of contemporary art and its history as considered from Los Angeles.
Sarah Williams is the co-founder and managing director of the Women’s Center for Creative Work. She is also the co-founder, with Andrew Berardini, of the Art Book Review and currently works as a producer at For Your Art

Written by Mathew Timmons — October 17, 2014

The People: Jeff Cain & Jake Dotson Ep. 19

 

The People: Jeff Cain & Jake Dotson Ep. 19

Featuring Notes from The People with Melissa Guerrero on the L.A. River

and we close out the show with a song by the band Axed Crown from Pasadena, California musician Andrew Cox

The People Radio on iTunes
KCHUNG 1630AM Listen Live on Sunday, September 21, 2014 at 3 p.m.

 

Jeff Cain artist, designer, curator and director of the Shed Research Institute a multidisciplinary art, research, curatorial, and design studio in Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles.

 

 

 

Jake Dotson is a designer based in Los Angeles and currently has an exhibition at the Shed Research Institute. This summer, Dotson has been in residence at the SRI to do open ended research on his practice with vernacular materials harvested from the small grove of black bamboo on the SRI grounds. Dotson also responded to the domestic realities of working in the back of a three-artist household and used conversations with Jeff Cain, Michael Kontopoulos, and Chris O’Leary to connect his work to photography, gameplay and dark matter.

Written by Mathew Timmons — September 18, 2014

The People: Jennifer Moon & Lindsay Tunkl Ep. 18

 

The People: Jennifer Moon & Lindsay Tunkl Ep. 18

Featuring Notes from The People with Melissa Guerrero on the L.A. River

and we close out the show with a song by Jennifer Moon, Let Go... (A Live Utopian Ballad)

The People Radio on iTunes
KCHUNG 1630AM Listen Live on Sunday, August 17, 2014 at 3 p.m.

 

Jennifer Moon is an artist, adventurer and revolutionary - Always for the love of continuous expansion for all on this earth and beyond. Her life is propelled by fervent courage, unadulterated love, unfaltering faith and a refusal to live a life based on any form of fear.

 

 

 

Lindsay Tunkl’s work focuses on concepts such as identity, affect and fear. By drawing from her own experiences with these themes she uses video, photography and live performance to navigate the universality of the human condition. Tunkl graduated from CalArts with a BFA in 2010. She will start the Graduate Fine Art program at CCA in the fall of 2014. Her work has been shown in the USA, UK and DE.

Written by Mathew Timmons — August 15, 2014

The People: Joseph Mosconi & Feliz Lucia Molina Ep. 17

 

The People: Joseph Mosconi & Feliz Lucia Molina Ep. 17

Sunday, July 20, 2014 at 3 p.m.

Featuring Our New Segment, Notes from The People, inaugurated by poet Diana Arterian

and we close out the show with a song from the band The Fucked Up Beat

KCHUNG 1630AM Listen Live

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Joseph Mosconi is the grandson of Italian orange growers and piano tuners from the dusty town of Bakersfield, CA. He is the author of Fright Catalog from Insert Blanc Press and Demon Miso / Fashion in Child from Make Now Press.

 

 

Feliz Lucia Molina is the daughter of Filipino immigrants. Born and raised in the San Fernando Valley, she lives in Los Angeles and is the author of Undercastle from Magic Helicopter Press. She is also co-author of The Wes Letters with Ben Segal and Brett Zehner from Outpost 19.

 

Written by Mathew Timmons — July 19, 2014

The People: Janice Lee & Jared Woodland Ep. 16

 

The People: Janice Lee & Jared Woodland Ep. 16

Sunday, June 15, 2014 at 3 p.m.

KCHUNG 1630AM Listen Live

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Janice Lee is the author of KEROTAKISDaughter, and Damnation. She is Co-Editor of [out of nothing], Reviews Editor at HTMLGIANT, Editor of the new #RECURRENT Novel Series for Jaded Ibis Press, Executive Editor at Entropy, and Founder/CEO of POTG Design.

Jared Woodland lives in Los Angeles, where he is at work on a novel whose preoccupations are animality, narrative, and the Midwest. 

Written by Mathew Timmons — June 10, 2014