NASTY NAZI CAMERAS - QUINTAN WIKSWO ON THE RADIO

***Start listening at the 25 minute mark***

Quintan Ana Wikswo, whose work is currently on view in Prophecy of Place, recently offered an interview on WFMU’s fantastic show Too Much Information.  Check out this clip from the longer show, or listen to the complete show at the WFMU website.  Here’s the synopsis for the whole show:

October 17, 2011: Guided By Voices
This week’s show is a series of convergences, but none of them are harmonic. Daniel Heller-Roazen tells us about Pythagoras and the fifth hammer and why Kant and Kepler both considered themselves Pythagoreans. Quintan Ana Wikswo explains why she uses nasty nazi cameras in her art. Nina Mitchell explains what happened when her mind went pop! and Paola Antonelli gives us a tour of her latest MoMa blockbuster Talk To Me. PLUS your host tries to make some money doing experimental medical testing.

NASTY NAZI CAMERAS - QUINTAN WIKSWO ON THE RADIO

***Start listening at the 25 minute mark***

Quintan Ana Wikswo, whose work is currently on view in Prophecy of Place, recently offered an interview on WFMU’s fantastic show Too Much Information.  Check out this clip from the longer show, or listen to the complete show at the WFMU website.  Here’s the synopsis for the whole show:

October 17, 2011: Guided By Voices
This week’s show is a series of convergences, but none of them are harmonic. Daniel Heller-Roazen tells us about Pythagoras and the fifth hammer and why Kant and Kepler both considered themselves Pythagoreans. Quintan Ana Wikswo explains why she uses nasty nazi cameras in her art. Nina Mitchell explains what happened when her mind went pop! and Paola Antonelli gives us a tour of her latest MoMa blockbuster Talk To Me. PLUS your host tries to make some money doing experimental medical testing.

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