Artist Talk with Amber Imrie

Video (45:52): Artist talk and presentation by queer artist Amber Imrie, Arkansas, USA. Amber Imrie is a queer artist, art educator, and founding team member of The Alternative Art School.

Homografiska Museet

Video (10:04): Funny Livdotter founded the Homografiska Museet (Homographic Museum), a queer museum is located in Fengersfors, Dalsland, Sweden. In the video, Funny talks about what the museum is and why it’s needed.

Harmony Hammond: Crossings (2020)

Video (8:59): The queer feminist artist Harmony Hammond discusses work from her 2020 exhibition ‘Crossings’ at Alexander Gray Associates, New York.

Nicola Tyson “Sense of Self”

Video (3:27): a promotional artist talk about the process of making “Sense of Self”, an exhibition for Petzel Gallery during the Covid-19 Lockdowns in 2020.

Sarah Zapata – Fabric Artist

Video (1:14:13): Sarah Zapata talks about her creative practice. Presented by MFA Fine Arts. Published by School of Visual Arts – NYC.

Dawn Woolley: Consuming the Body: Capitalism, Social Media and Commodification

Video (44:22): Dawn Woolley’s artist talk is about her recently published book, Consuming the Body: Capitalism, Social Media and Commodification (2022). She also introduces the viewers to a number of her art projects including her series of annimated ‘Infomercials: 12 days of Christmas and 12 days of January’.

Emma Anne Johnson (2021)

Video (2:05): Emma Anne Johnson Interview – a Multimedia Mixtapes Production (2021). Emma Anne Johnson was a Velvet Park ‘ARTS AND CULTURE, SPOTLIGHT’ queer artist in 2021.

Gabrielle Randall (2021)

Video (11:07): Velvet Park Media’s visual artist in residence of 2021: Gabrielle Randal. Gabrielle is a multidisciplinary artist based in New York. She is currently working on her clay and ceramics sculptures.

Dani and Sheilah ReStack: Cuts in the Day

Video (4:01): Cuts in the Day at Camden Art Centre, London through January 15, 2023, is the first institutional exhibition in the UK by Dani and Sheilah ReStack (USA). The exhibition expands and develops the artists’ exploration of queer desire, family, climate crisis, and collaboration. The artist duo discusses their works in the video.