Silvi Naçi is an artist and writer working between Albania and Los Angeles. Their interest lies in the subtle and violent ways decolonization and migration affects and reshapes a people, language, and gender identity as well as social and cultural dynamics.
Artists at Work: Candice Lin by Silvi Naçi
Candice Lin is an interdisciplinary artist whose research-based practice encompasses sculpture, drawing, video, ceramics, and installation. In her work she offers a number of windows through which to encounter the colonial histories embedded deeply within her organic and often living materials. She is co-founder of Monte Vista Projects, an artist-run collective space in Los Angeles, and an assistant professor in the Department of Art at the UCLA School of Arts and Architecture. In the following interview, Lin speaks with Silvi Naçi to discuss her past and current projects.
Artists at Work: Todd Gray by Silvi Naçi
Flora Africanus (D.C.) 2018, Two archival pigment prints in found frames and artist’s frames and UV laminate // 31 1/4 x 40 x 2 in © Todd Gray, 2019. Courtesy of Meliksetian | Briggs, Los Angeles. I first met Todd Gray in 2015 when I served as the assistant…