Whose Hand is That? with Luke Harnden
In episode 5 of the Material Girls Podcast, Kelly and Lucinda speak with painter, sculptor and performance artist Luke Harnden. Luke walks the hosts through the process of making one of his paintings, commiserates over the jobs that support our art practices, and questions the collaborative nature of fabricating art in the post-Fordist economy we live in. We’ll learn how cathode ray televisions work, the similarities between art and magic, and a rare gem found only in automotive plants in Detroit. Go to our Instagram @MaterialGirlsPodcast to see images of Luke’s work along with other subjects mentioned in today’s show.
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