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A Story about Civil Disobedience and Landscape: Interview with Andrea Bowers by Thomas Lawson
This interview took place in the kitchen of Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects on a July day near the end of the run of Andrea Bowers’s exhibition "The Political Landscape." The show consisted of two large projects and a suite of small drawings. The first project, which one encountered upon entering the gallery, was No Olvidado (Not Forgotten), a mural-like drawing consisting of 23 ten-foot-high panels that listed the names of people who have died in the attempt to cross the Mexican-American border. The second was a single-channel video projection, The United States v. Tim DeChristopher, which examines DeChristopher’s disruption of a government auction of wilderness land for oil and gas exploration.
Ingrid Calame in Conversation with James Welling
Coefficient of friction: Photographer James Welling talks with Ingrid Calame about her large scale drawings and paintings, one-to-one-scale tracings taken from the Indianapolis Speedway racetrack, the floor of the Stock Exchange, and the bottom of the Los Angeles River.