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58 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
Episode 7: Mental Health with Sarah Hollebon
Sarah Hollebon is a rising British fashion designer who is on a mission to normalise conversations on social issues. Each of her collections highlight people’s real stories and experiences, where some are extremely deep rooted. During our conversation with Sarah we explore the driving force behind her making mental health a focal point of her creative practice, we discuss how people can improve their wellbeing through periods of isolation and consider what we can do as a society to help end the stigma around mental health.
22 minutes | Aug 24, 2020
Episode 6: The Great Disorder
In this episode we share some audio highlights of Statement Art's first-ever live online event, The Great Disorder. The event was a private view with a difference. Firstly, artists Nicolas Ruston and Siris Hill shared an exclusive insight into the new works they have created during the pandemic before we then engaged in live discussions with an author, a professor of History, a senior researcher of infectious diseases and a front line ambulance worker to obtain some broader perspectives of Covid-19.
67 minutes | Jul 20, 2020
Episode 5: Nicolas Ruston
Despite starting out with no contacts or ‘ins’ into the art world, Nick utilised his talent and entrepreneurial spirit to build a career that has seen him have a sell out show at the Halcyon Gallery in Harrods, be shortlisted for the European Art Prize, attract extensive press and media coverage and have his work feature in major Hollywood Movies. During our conversation with Nick we explore a couple of significant breakthrough moments of his career, uncover the importance of commercial and artistic collaboration and discover how the pandemic is influencing his current artistic practice. Nick is also a collector and describes the personal significance of a few key pieces in his collection.
72 minutes | Jul 6, 2020
Episode 4: Adam Riches
We first met Adam in 2015 and were immediately struck by the hard-hitting, dark and often disturbing energy of his figurative oil works. Fast forward five years and Adam is now internationally represented by Nadia Arnold and has attracted an enormous following on social media whilst expanding his practice into pen and digital works. During our conversation with Adam we explore his outlook on different media, including digital, we delve into his experience of fine art education, discover how social media has been a fantastic platform for his work, and question the psychology of numbers in the context of social media.
86 minutes | Jun 22, 2020
Episode 3: Tina Ziegler
Tina is one of the world’s leading authorities on graffiti, street art and urban art and culture, turning a passion for the subject as teenager into a pioneering career in curation that has seen her produce over three hundred exhibitions to date and direct the world-renowned Moniker Art Fair. During the conversation we explore her passion for the environment and sustainability, gain an insight into the origins and culture of graffiti and street art and discover what she looks for in an outstanding artist.
127 minutes | Jun 8, 2020
Episode 2: Misia-O'
Misia-O’s photography practice challenges stereotypes in a number of different areas, and as an artist she is absolutely fascinated with light, so much so that she studies Quantum Physics, even taking exams in the subject, in order to deepen her understanding. During the conversation we explore human relationships, the importance of curiosity as well as her own curiosities around nature, spirituality, art and literature.
91 minutes | May 22, 2020
Episode 1: Rosalind Davis
Rosalind is an internationally exhibiting artist and a curator who has produced over thirty exhibitions to date including nine exhibitions as the permanent curator at Collyer Bristow gallery in London. During our conversation we discussed what makes an outstanding piece of work, explored how social media is changing the landscape and the importance of being nice! Discover more at https://www.statementart.co.uk/
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