Art of the Everyday?
What happens outside the art scene inspires many of today’s curators, filmmakers and artists. They mine the conceptual depth of personal and communal rituals and routines. Community gardens, shared ride systems, public processionals, weathervanes, home improvement projects, live streaming radio and selfies on the internet are just a few of the subjects and sites of their research, commentary and engagement. Projects that elevate our view of the everyday reveal life as an art form—translating the mundane into the extraordinary.
Voices in this episode: Giscard Bouchotte, André Eugene, Jeremy Deller, Cesar Cornejo, rootoftwo/Cezanne Charles and John Marshall, Claire Tancons, Yosvany Terry, Marcus Gammel, Jillian Mayer
Sound Editor: Anamnesis Audio | Special Audio: Camionnette Chaérie, original sound by Claudette et Ti Pièerre; TET CHAJE, mix by Michelange Quay; David Walters, Mesi Bondye; Yosvany Terry, Conga Irreversible | Photography Credits in Photo Gallery
Related Links: Giscard Bouchotte, Tap-Tap Chéri, Sculptors of Gran Rue, Haiti, Ghetto Biennale, Jeremy Deller, Skulptur Projekte Münster 2007, Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017, Cesar Cornejo, rootoftwo, Whithervanes, Claire Tancons, EN MAS’, Tide by Side, documenta 14 Public Radio, Jillian Mayer, 400 Nudes