In this episode hobbyist photographer Vivian Fu and professional photographer Noah Kalina discuss photography, and collect four photographs from four different artists. "Step Sister" from the series But That's So Far Away by Austin based artist Alyssa Kazew whose work is influenced by meme culture and iconic imagery. "Source: Behold The Ocean Collectibles #105" by Zurich based Akosua Viktoria Adu-Sanyah, whose project Behold The Ocean funds an exploration to conduct oceanic scientific research in Cape Horn. "The Last Stand #8" by Bath based artist Marc Wilson, who documents physical remnants of WWII in his project The Last Stand. "Still-Life with Fruit and Ceramics on Blue" from the Egg Town series by Canadian artist Jimmy Limit, who is inspired by commercial photography.
The conversation is interrupted a few times, including to collect a piece from What Came True by Kris Graves , to tell Noah to stop talking about himself, and a meditative moment with Vivian's cat Marvin.
Noah and Vivian's backgrounds are introduced by bffs Elizabeth Hibbard and Zach Vitale. Check out Noah's wikipedia page for more info on Noah. Vivian doesn't have a wikipedia page yet because she's not as famous :(
Did you know Noah and Vivian became friends because Noah collected a piece from Vivian titled "Self Portrait as the Devil"? Well now you do, and now Noah and Vivian have a podcast.
Noah refers to Post Internet Art as "Triangle Art". Here is the actual definition.
Here's some other stuff Noah wanted to include in the show notes: