When LM moved to New York, BLS visited her in the Summer of 2015. As with most of the incarnations of their relationship so far, it is unclear whether this was work or just time spent. Developing various forms of relation to one another as prerequisites for their work together and separately, precedes the particular desire to be “friends”. “Silverado”, named after the pick-up truck that LM and BLS drove from New York to Ithaca, (a vehicle acquired by accident that engendered equal parts affection and embarrassment) is a new podcast developed during a short residency at Auto Italia’s project space for Feral Kin. The podcast – with thematic, anecdotal and instinctive motivations – is a platform for LM and BLS to reach out to other people they would like to talk more with, and for those conversations to be shared.
Silverado is a new podcast by Beatrice Loft Schulz and Laura Morrison. In this episode we are in conversation with filmmaker Onyeka Igwe, talking about the ethics of care in relation to material one uses as an artist/writer, and the ways one can take responsibility for that material and be accountable for its affects.
Onyeka Igwe is an artist-film maker, programmer, and researcher. Her video works have shown at the V&A; Nuit Blanche, Toronto; Guildhall Art Gallery; and London, Internationale Kurtzfilmtage Wintherthur, Edinburgh Artist Moving Image, and Hamburg film festivals.
Silverado is a new podcast by Beatrice Loft Schulz and Laura Morrison. Forthcoming episode, Autumn Flowers – On Giving
Silverado is a new podcast by Beatrice Loft Schulz and Laura Morrison. Forthcoming episode, Pussy Wagon/Shame Mobile – tbd