On this episode our guests are Michael Smoler and Mitch Temple. Michael Smoler is the director of the Los Angeles gallery Blum & Poe in Culver City. He is a practicing poet and collage artist who also founded the gallery High Energy Constructs in 2005 which was a performance and exhibition venue in Chinatown, LA. Mitch Temple is a visual artist and filmmaker currently based in Los Angeles. He founded the arts non-profit Root Division while getting his MFA at the San Francisco Art Institute.
In a new installment of Notes from the People we dip back into the Machine Project Archive to hear from poet Rebecca Wolff reading from her book One Morning published by Wave Press in 2015. You should pick up a copy over at WavePoetry.com This recording is from the Mystery Theater at Machine Project on March 3rd, 2015 - and you can find out more about Machine Project at MachineProject.com
Our theme music as always is Ocfif by Lewis Keller. We go out with a song slash audio collage from Los Angeles musician Jeremy Kennedy. You can find more of his work on bandcamp at fmsmprc.bandcamp.com He’s also editor and publisher of Rebel Hands Press and you should check out what he gets up to over there at RebelHandsPress.com We serve up an audio digestif from studio table blue, and the name of the track is … Let them eat Paste