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Dianna Molzan discusses her recent show Fizzz, and generating joy amidst political chaos — Vanessa Place’s Rape Jokes — Understanding how art might open up space to communicate about the #MeToo Movement — Do artists need to be good at writing about their own work?
Host Lindsay Preston Zappas is joined by contributing editor, Catherine Wagley, to discuss her article from Carla Issue 15, “Laughing in Private,” which centers around the artist Vanessa Place’s Rape Jokes performance, and subsequent book. They discuss the function of these jokes in Place’s work, how they function in culture, and art’s ability to open up space to communicate about the #MeToo Movement.
Lindsay is joined by artist Dianna Molzan. They discuss her recent show Fizzz at Kristina Kite Gallery, as well as what drew her to the L.A. art world. Molzan shares her thoughts on the medium of painting, and her desire to generate joy through her work amidst so much political chaos.
Dianna Molzan returns to discuss a listener-submitted question: “Do artists need to be good at writing about their own work?”
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