The current issue of ARTPULSE magazine features an interview I did with artist Eve Sussman over the summer. Though I write regularly for ARTPULSE, I don’t usually mention my reviews and articles here on the VCS blog. However, this piece is the first one I’ve done for the magazine that’s shown up on the front page of the ARTPULSE website as well as in the print edition, so I’ve decided to write a rare plug for today’s blog post. I also love Eve’s work, and want more people to learn about it.
The interview covers several of her works, including her video installation 89 Seconds at Alcázar (a filmed reconstruction of the Diego Velásquez painting Las Meninas that premiered at the 2004 Whitney Biennial) and her most recent project whiteonwhite:algorithmicnoir, an ever-changing film noir story edited live for each new screening by a special computer algorithm.
For the time being, you can find the interview at the link to ARTPULSE embedded in the paragraph above, which leads to the magazine’s home page. (Once they publish a new issue and the interview moves to the archive, you can visit it at its permanent home here.)