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Art Episode is a venue for the discussion of art & its impact on society. We look at how art is made, produced, exhibited, chronicled, and understood. We aspire to the highest standards of intellectual integrity, and try our best not to get lost in academic jargon.
||AE6: Faces, Cassavetes, and the Event||This episode looks back to the 1968 film FACES which was written, directed, and independently produced by the American filmmaker John Cassavettes. This filmmaker's reputation of using improvisatory structures and meandering plots led us to wonder how one||1 9 10||Free||View In iTunes|
||AE3: Sans Soleil and the Postmodern Sublime||In this episode, the discussion circulates around elements of a contemporary sublime evidenced in the experimental film Sans Soleil by Chris Marker||20 6 10||Free||View In iTunes|
||AE4: The Attention Economy||In this episode, we discuss one of the most important resources an artist draws upon in the development of their career: attention.||20 6 10||Free||View In iTunes|
||AE5: The Sublime and the Avant Garde||In this episode, we attempt to shore up our remarks on the work of critical theorist Jean Francois Lyotard (who we began discussing in Art Episode #3). Continuing our interest in Lyotard's unique take on the formation of a cultural avant garde, we focus i||24 5 10||Free||View In iTunes|
||AE2: Hertz on Art in LA||In this Art Episode, we review selections from the book The Beat and the Buzz: Inside the LA Art World, by Richard Hertz.||8 2 10||Free||View In iTunes|
||AE1: Crumb's Book of Genesis||This episode examines R. Crumb's rendition of the Book of Genesis, as exhibited at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles||25 1 10||Free||View In iTunes|