Singular Interviews since 2012. We set out to find the people around us doing things that change the way we live. As a collective, these voices tell the story of our time. We call it the power of the weave.
Throughout the world, and specifically in the US, we've really seen a shift to making urban environments more dense. Bicycling is really the fastest and largest growing form of transportation in the US.
I’m at the phase where I’m working on FOLD outside of an institution. I have to find a lot of the strength and energy to push it forward – finding that internal strength to pursue something even if you don’t have any external parties telling you every day that “it’s a great idea, it’s a great thing to do” – you have to find that within yourself.
In his first short, Dave Cripton interviews Rico Gatson, A NYC visual artist based in Brooklyn. Even though Gatson uses painting, video, sculpture and installation, he prefers not to be defined by any single medium, even though he uses many and thinks of himself as an object maker. He produces work in which racial commentary is readily apparent while conveying notions of historical uncertainty via mixed symbols and open-ended statements.