Video (1:34:56): Artist Samantha Nye joins Rail contributor Ksenia M. Soboleva for a conversation. The episode is concluded with a poetry reading by Dia Felix.
Video (9:14): Queer Ethiopian American painter Julie Mehretu talks about her 2021 series, ‘Metoikos’ paintings, and reflects on the state of our contemporary world and the constant negotiating of being in in-between realities.
Video (1:28:06): In this recent panel queer artist Cassils talks about their collaborative project ‘In Plain Sight’, 2020.
Video (33:48): American queer feminist artist Linda Stein in conversation with the director of Konstmuseet, Skövde Kulturhus, Sweden.
Video (1:47:30): Mexico February 2023, Kaucyila Brooke talks about a number of her art projects among others her research and art project about lesbian bars.
Video (55:51): a conversation between Alex Anderson and Julia Kunin, two of the talented artists behind the current exhibition Making in Between: Queer Clay at AMOCA, California. The exhibition runs through Dec 30, 2023.
Video (1:21:35) A discussion between critically acclaimed artist Zoe Leonard and MCA Director Suzanne Cotter on ‘Al río / To the River’. Suzanne Cotter starts with a deep presentation of Zoe Leonard’s ouvre from a queer feminist point of view.
Artist Gray Wielebinski made a site-specific work for ‘Dark Air’ at SEAGER Gallery, an exhibition curated by Martin Mayorga and Vanessa Murrell (2019).
Video (41:47): Journalist and activist Una Mullally chats to FUN HOME author Alison Bechdel about the acclaimed graphic memoir.
Video (56:47): Jennifer Camper, queer comic artist and editor of the new comic anthology Juicy Mother, brings contributing artists together to discuss comics as an expressive medium that is not representative enough in terms of diversity of perspectives.
Video (7:05): Julia Kunin in her studio. She presents her new series of sculptures.
Video (2:53): Filmmaker, artist and poet Ji Strangeway talks about her LGBTQ Lesbian Teen Graphic Novel, RED AS BLUE (2018).
Video (5:56): Mizuma Art Gallery in Japan presented British painter Kate Groobey’s solo exhibition “Pure Pleasure” in 2018. Here Kate Groobey talks about her exhibition and her partner being the source of inspiration for some of her paintings.
Video (1:02:35): Photographers Jaypix Belmer, Jess T. Dugan, and C. Rose Smith discuss how they use the photographic image to construct queer visual histories through intimate representations of individuals with nonbinary, transgender, and gender-expansive identities.
Video (11:05): Queer artist Jess T. Dugan talks about her creative practice of photographing queerness.
Video (43:59): Jess T. Dugan and curator and writer Charlotte Cotton discuss Dugan’s new monograph: ‘Look at me like you love me’.
Video (1:33:51): Visual Studies scholar Jill H. Casid, poet and artist Pamela Sneed, and artist Kevin Quiles Bonilla join Brooklyn Rail contributor Ksenia M. Soboleva for a conversation.
Video (4:03): Tura Oliveira is a multidisciplinary artist who work involves craft materials and processes including textiles, beadwork, and embroidery. In this video she takes us through her 2021 exhibition at BRIC’s Project Room in Brooklyn New York.
Video (1.12.58): Brookly Rail zoom conversations – Artist A.K. Burns joins Rail contributor Ksenia M. Soboleva for a conversation about her exhibition and creative practice. They conclude with a poetry reading by Tess Brown-Lavoie.
Video (4:32): Sacred Feminine; The Revival of Godess Inanna – An Interview with Liliana Kleiner.