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Under the Influence

by Art21January 9, 2019 1:34:28 total runtime

“I grew up working in a meditative way and having those love hours go into the objects,” shared Alex Da Corte. But what are “love hours” and how did that concept come about? Discovering a source of inspiration is an unparalleled feeling, often resulting in creative expression, new opinions, and perhaps a fresh outlook on life. Adds Da Corte, “I think about the Mike Kelley piece, More Love Hours that Can Never Be Repaid, and think about the unseen labor.”

In this playlist, we go under the influence and explore the network of inspiration amongst artists.  In conversation and often in admiration of each other’s approach and expression—perhaps leading to a collaboration or simply a workflow—everyone is encouraged to find guidance through an artist that speaks to their own sensibilities. “Just to see what sculpture can do,” says Liz Larner in admiration of Tony Smith’s “Smoke” (1967), “this I think is probably one of the greatest examples of that ever.”