Austin Art Talk Podcast Interview \ Episode 57 \ March 4 2019 \ 1 hour 2 min

I'm very interested in using research and personal archives and communal archives to pull out some kind of poetic feeling that sort of takes from all of that research a feeling 

– Ariel René Jackson


The goal of the podcast is to facilitate connections with and to learn from the successes, struggles, life experience, and wisdom of the people featured, most of whom live and create in Austin, Texas. The honest conversational flow of these weekly long form interviews lends itself to some really great insights and information that is available to anyone who wants to listen. The podcast is hosted by photographer, art enthusiast and collector, Scott David Gordon.

Seeing Color Podcast interview \ Episode 10: Rights of Opacity \ Jan 1 2019 \ 2 hour 15 min

Seeing Color came from a desire to broaden the scope of art discussions, from a perspective that art cannot always be distinct from the race of its author, from a wanting for a critical analysis aware of and critical towards the white cannon, for a wish that my younger self could have heard and learned from these conversations, and for a hope that such an exploration may lead to a path forward through a sea of whiteness.  

Zhiwan Cheung

Humor and the Abject \ Episode 58 \ April 22 2018 \ 1 hour 3 min

On this week's episode, we talked about science fiction and afrofuturism, games, intuition and color, complications in comedy and her "Dave Chappelle" moment, accessing and synthesizing information versus emotion, her recent studio projects that engage the politics of education and the history of African American farming, intersectionality, a 2017 artist residency she did in Senegal, cooking, and her new obsession with Topo Chico since relocating to Austin.

Humor and the Abject is a podcast by Sean J Carney