WebAre you a little tired of reading writing about art which mostly just copies and pastes what you could have read in the press release? Are you tired of artists representing themselves only through calculated twitter feeds and facebook posts? Do you ever wonder what is really going through the minds of the people who create all this great stuff? In an effort to combat the tendency by which everything must be made shorter, easier, more rapidly digested, and only about those with whom we are all abundantly familiar, Projective City is pleased to launch Long Conversations with People you’ve Never Heard of but Probably Should, or LCWPYNHOBPS for short. In this series of interviews and conversations, organizer Benjamin Evans gets to indulge his wildest infotainment fantasies by interrogating a select group of artists about philosophy, aesthetics, artistic practices and what it might mean to be an artist today. Watch this space for our first interview with the enigmatic mystery that is Jaclyn Conley…

 

Image Credit: Illustration from Fortunio Liceti’s De Monstrorum Natura, Caussis, et Differentiis, published on the site of the University of Southern California’s Library.