Made in L.A. 2018 artists Neha Choksi & Alison O'Daniel talk multiple channel video work, collaboration, editing, the sun, Bombay, sculpture, tuba thieves, ableism, disability, hard of hearing, listening, resonance, audience, access, transcription, translation and much more.
Find a transcript of the episode here: bit.ly/2ERbByW
Neha Choksi works in Inglewood, California and in Bombay, India. Choksi works in multiple media, across disciplines and at times collaboratively and in unconventional settings to explore how we seek, experience and acknowledge losses and transformations in material, temporal and psychological terms.
Alison O’Daniel is a visual artist and filmmaker working across sound, narrative, sculpture, installation and performance.
Also we have released a transcript of this episode specifically for members of our audience who are hard of hearing and also for everyone to have if you’re interested … bit.ly/2ERbByW
Our interstitial music, as always, is Ocfif by Lewis Keller.
And we go out with a song from Lacey Spacecake out of Brooklyn, New York off the album The Stars Have Left the Sky released on January 1, 2018. More fuzz! More chorus! More reverb! More eyeliner! and the name of the song is ... How Do You Sleep At Night?