LAS Artists in Podcasts

Take a deep dive into the work and lives of our LAS artists with this curated list of English-speaking podcasts from various media outlets and art institutions.

Ian Cheng

Art and Obsolescence by Ben Fino-Radin

In this in-depth conversation, Ian Cheng shares some of his most important influences, including past mentors and childhood memories, and talks about his studio practice and rituals for creativity.

In Other Words by Charlotte Burns

This wide-ranging conversation between Ian Cheng and Charlotte Burns covers topics from the freedom afforded by AI to the genius of The Real Housewives television show.

Jakob Kudsk Steensen

Barbara London Calling

Jakob Kudsk Steensen talks to Barabara London about his first forays into Unreal Engine, the exhibition Berl-Berl, and the sights and sounds—and smells—he discovered while making his adventurous recordings.

Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg

Curated Podcast by ZEITGEIST19 Foundation

In this candid conversation, Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg discusses her ongoing interspecies artwork Pollinator Pathmaker, which transforms how we see gardens and whom we make them for.

Being With by Sydney Bienniale

Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg talks about her artistic practice, human relationships with advanced technologies and her life-long exploration of natural environments.

Judy Chicago

The Art Angle by Artnet News

Judy Chicago talks about her long career as an artist and the first-ever retrospective of her work, which was held at the de Young Museum in San Francisco in 2021.

Raw Material by SFMOMA

This podcast episode explores the work of Judy Chicago, Nancy Holt and Mierle Laderman and how their art practices stood in stark opposition to the approach of their contemporaries within the male-dominated Land art movement.

Refik Anadol

Top Artist by My Modern Met

Refik Anadol talks about his AI-driven art practice and how he’s using machine learning to redefine space.

On Design with Justyna Green

Refik explains the ins and outs of his work, talks about machines dreaming and hallucinating, and how he paints with the data reimagined by the AI.

Omsk Social Club

Open Studio by Rupert

Omsk Social Club’s work is created between two worlds: one of life as we know it and the other of role play. In this episode, the collective share their thoughts and ideas on their work process, history and aesthetics.

Meriem Bennani

Art and Obsolescence by Ben Fino-Radin

In this conversation with Ben Fino-Radin, Meriem Bennani talks about her evolution as an artist and gives a generous behind-the-scenes glimpse into her process and practice.

Sharon Eyal

Feminism by Dior Talks

Sharon Eyal talks about her unrelenting passion for dance and movement, discussing her central themes of freedom, physicality and flight, both corporeal and emotional.

Jenna Sutela

Kunsthall Trondheim Podcast

In this conversation with Stefanie Hessler, Jenna Sutela discusses her first major solo exhibition shown at Kunsthall Trondheim in 2020 and her quest to go beyond the limits of human-created language in her work.

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