Iridescener Podcast is one that features in-depth interviews with professional photographers, artists, critics, and curators in an attempt to shed light on meaningful topics. Focusing not only on the works and the creative process of featured artists, the podcast also examines how they view society and humanity at large.

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Iridescener Podcast

In this episode, we talked about breaking the rules of photography, the relationship between the material and the image, between landscape and land art, as well as ideas of permanence and spirituality.

Letha Wilson lives in Brooklyn and Hudson New York. Her solo exhibtions include GRIMM, Amsterdam (NL) and New York, NY (US); the Center for Contemporary Art and Culture, Portland, OR (US), and Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Paris (FR). Her residencies include Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and The MacDowell Colony. She had several public art commissions including the one at PS32 and 66th and waterfront.


4:43 Skowhegan Residency 

9:02 Washington Coast Forest, 2020

12:00 Moon Wave, 2013 (the photograph that curves around a column)

14:38 Frieze New York

17:12 Michael Heizer,  Double Negative, 1969 

18:16 Hamish Fulton

18:43 Nancy Holt, Sun Tunnels, 1973-1976