sabato 16 febbraio 2013

Interview with Andrew Lundwall

q)For the people who don't know your work - how would you describe it ?

a)I don’t think that it would be fair to describe my work, because I’d hope that it resonates with different people in more ways than one.

q)What are the key themes running through your practice?

a)I work in a very improvisational & intuitive way, so I don’t really create with a specific subject in mind. 

q)Your favorite place on earth?

a)Right now.

q)What influences your work?

a)This is something that’s very hard to put my finger on. A lot of things can happen in the course of a day that trigger me to want to create, it could be anything from the most mundane incident to a film I’ve watched or something that I’ve read.

q)What music are you into right now?

a)I’ve been on a bit of a jazz bender for the past month, especially recordings that feature Bud Powell, Eric Dolphy, Charlie Haden, or Max Roach in some capacity.

q)Describe your thought & design process...

a)Normally, I’ll start out with a few images that seem to correspond with each other in some strange way, then I tear or cut the selected images into fragments & rearrange until a piece feels like it makes some sort of sense to me.

q)Which emerging artists are you looking forward to seeing more of?

a)The emerging artists I’m looking forward to seeing more of are those that are featured Schematoscope, an FB-based blog of mine:

q)Favorite place on the internet?

a)I don’t really have any favourite places on the internet.

q)Do you have any upcoming projects/exhibitions we should know about?

a)Not at the present time.

q) Where can people see more of your work on the internet?

a)My Facebook page:
or my Flickr: