This is the second half of our interview with renowned artist, ecological mechanic, transformer Willie Cole. This second half delves into spiritual and creative forces, as well as more about his current work. While you’re listening, check out his artwork and online presence at the links below:
This is the first half of our interview with contemporary American sculptor, printer, and perceptual engineer Willie Cole. Topics cover the influences behind his work, the current moment and how his current work reflects this moment, and the projects he has in development. While you’re listening, check out his artwork and online presence at the links below:
This is a conversation about mortality. Ray interviews Matt Allen on his experiences with prostate and colon cancer in this conversation about the afterlife. Content includes frank discussions about pain management and reflections on the importance of forgiveness.
Episode seven is all about Football! By which we mean actual Football, real Football, which Americans call Soccer. What’s next for the World Cup? Will it happen? Why can’t American teams compete on the same level as others? Josh and Randy break down the recent games and talk about what’s next.
This is episode six, the second half of a two-part episode as Ray converses with Ken Boe, an artist who came up through a similar scene early on with Ray back in the day. This second half of the conversation veers into some interesting places, and talks about the realities of our time.
Josh brings on Austin, a soccer coach, to discuss the wide world of sports in 2020, what with the virus and the bubbles and all the changes that has caused. Special focus on football, by which we mean what Americans call soccer, with speculation about the upcoming World Cup.
Lance and Jessie break down the reality of living in today’s world as themselves, and what that means and what that can cost. Ray asks about recent laws passing that impact the LGBTQ community, particularly in Colorado. This is an extended episode that makes room for a special conversation about healing, compassion, and dealing with trauma in novel ways.
Ariella J. Asher, also known as Yella the Triple Threat, is the subject of this episode. Her work is extraordinary. You should listen to this interview while perusing her web site, which functions like an online gallery of her work. Here’s the links: