If you think back to the times you struggled, can you say that you still made good art during those times, whatever your art is? In this episode we hear a fantastic commencement speech by Neil Gaiman at the University of the Arts in 2002 about doing just that: making good art. We also hear an excerpt of a recent Juxtapose article on the artist Revok, titled “The Second Childhood”; about an artist potentially reborn in the face of new challenges. Tune in, art freaks!
Remember to follow us everywhere @arthouse43 and write to us at www.arthouse43.com. And please support host Troy’s latest project, helping him raise funds for his new sound and light installation, Connections, which will premiere on March 1 at ArtHop in Kalamazoo: www.gofundme.com/ArtHopConnections. And you can pre-order his new album RUMBLE at www.troyramos.bandcamp.com. It will be released on Valentines Day, so show some love! This album has been described as “Industrial ambient..”. And his new work “Sound Space” is his second sound work to be released in 2019. This is also available for pre-order and will be released in March 2019. Support the arts!