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The information is in the flesh: An interview with Jessica Jobaris Mar 2, 2017

“I’m really into disruption.”

 

I knew the moment Jessica Jobaris said these words to me in a big-windowed café in Fremont on a bright winter day, I could trust her. And that once this critical relationship was established trust between the artist and the observer/participant (and in this case, interviewer) I could look openly into her experiences and therefore also into my own. I could learn from and be moved by her.

 

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The information is in the flesh: An interview with Jessica Jobaris Mar 2, 2017

“I’m really into disruption.”

I knew the moment Jessica Jobaris said these words to me in a big-windowed café in Fremont on a bright winter day, I could trust her. And that once this critical relationship was established ꟷ trust between the artist and the observer/participant (and in this case, interviewer) ꟷ I could look openly into her experiences and therefore also into my own. I could learn from and be moved by her.

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A conversation with Tim Smith Stewart Feb 9, 2017

I confess I like meeting new people though I’m socially awkward and shy. Talking with Tim Smith-Stewart it becomes apparent almost immediately that he’s smart, but not pushy about his knowledge. His natural ability to facilitate shared space made the conversation easy, and he revealed himself as a moral and thorough thinker.

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ARTIST INTERVIEW: WHY DO YOU MAKE ART? Dec 2, 2014

OtB heads to the Streamline Tavern to interview Ahamefule Oluo and Frank Boyd, two artists working with Jazz and Theater at On the Boards this season. In this clip Aham talks about why he loves his work as an artist.

READ MORE ABOUT AHAM'S WORK Now I'm Fine

READ MORE ABOUT FRANK'S WORK The Holler Sessions


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