Three Friends Walk into LACMA’s Noah Purifoy Exhibit – Yi Sheng & Adrienne Walser Edition

Stacy Elaine Dacheux: Yi and Adrienne, I was so happy to spend the afternoon at LACMA with you. Lately, I have been feeling stagnant, frustrated, or just emotionally tense . . . so, it was just what I needed. As soon as we entered the Noah Purifoy: Junk Dada exhibit, my body relaxed. Stacy (con.t): … More Three Friends Walk into LACMA’s Noah Purifoy Exhibit – Yi Sheng & Adrienne Walser Edition

Two Friends Walk into a Urs Fischer Exhibit – Matt Quezada and Stacy Elaine Dacheux Edition

Stacy Elaine Dacheux: I’ve been thinking about our conversation after the Urs Fischer exhibit a ton– especially regarding your comments on “emotional truth” as a certain valuable fact: this concept of trust as it relates to our past and identity– how we trust our former perspectives or how we trust our stories that stay after … More Two Friends Walk into a Urs Fischer Exhibit – Matt Quezada and Stacy Elaine Dacheux Edition

Painting As Engagement, A Conversation with Jennifer Jarnot

Stacy Elaine Dacheux: I recently read in The New York Times Magazine about an art student named John Powers who worked in the studio for Jeff Koons in 1995. At one point, Powers suggests his job was comparable to filling in a “paint by numbers”– except this particular “paint by numbers” titled “Cracked Egg” sold … More Painting As Engagement, A Conversation with Jennifer Jarnot

Regarding Clouds, A Conversation with Christopher Lavery

Stacy Elaine Dacheux: What is a cloud? Christopher Lavery: Mostly, I think a cloud is made of visible water vapor frozen in the atmosphere that has been sucked up from the wet ground surface of the Earth through the conduction of heat produced by the Sun’s rays entering the ozone layer and warming the surface. … More Regarding Clouds, A Conversation with Christopher Lavery