Sunday, May 17, 2015

Interview with Tish Carter

From the performance art piece Water Walkers (Rome, 1991) by Tish Carter
Tish Carter has always seen the world in a cross-disciplined way. Listening to her, one realizes just how many different forms and methods of artistic expression intersect. She is a critically acclaimed and award-winning visual and performance artist, choreographer and educator who has toured internationally. Her work has been shown at the Spoleto Festival (USA and Italy), the Kennedy Center and the Hirshhorn Museum in DC, among others. Using different mechanisms, she explores self-awareness, memory, time and perception.

Based in Washington, DC, her website is and she can also be found on Facebook. She answered some questions about her upbringing, inspirations, her approach to art, as well as elephants and tugboats.

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Interview with Teddy Sczudlo

From the Infinite Gaze series by Teddy Sczudlo
Edward (Teddy) Sczudlo sees art everywhere. His work intertwines with his own spiritual journey, which includes the mantra "Life is art. Art is life" (one that this interviewer also espouses). He has worked with high profile clients including MTV, Newsweek, Time, The Washington Post, Getty Images, among others. He has also worked with world famous photographers Bruce Weber and Steven Meisel. His travels - especially to the Himalayas and South America - have given him perspective on the value of introspection and the importance of seeking beauty and joy...the wide pursuit of which is perhaps lacking in America today.

His website is and you can find him on Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook.  Teddy - currently based in New York City - answered some questions for Arts Com Con...