Episode #10

 Chopping it up with Carrie HottCarrieHottLamp

 Wherein we speak with Carrie Hott about being a research artist, the perils of being illustrative, the Bay Area arts scene, internet incubators as a model for the arts, and various other topics. This episode was recorded on February 10th, 2013 in at Carrie’s studio in Real Time and Space located in Oakland’s Chinatown which provided background noise including an impressive Chinese New Year fireworks display.




Carie Hott http://www.carriehott.com

Real Time and Space http://www.realtimeandspace.org

Kala http://www.kala.org

Adobe Backroom http://adobebooksbackroomgallery.blogspot.com

Pland http://itspland.wordpress.com

Prelinger Archives http://archive.org/details/prelinger

Corvid College http://corvidcollege.wikidot.com

Royal Nonesuch Gallery http://www.royalnonesuchgallery.com

Colpa Press http://colpa.myshopify.com/collections/frontpage

Joseph Kosuth: http://www.lissongallery.com/#/artists/art-and-language/works/

Studio Pictures:

Carrie’s studioCarrieHott_Studio2

Carrie’s studio





Carrie’s amazing lamp portraits


Where the magic happens


Real Time and Space artists have mad ping-pong skills

RTSElevatorPost Brothers’ desk in the decommissioned elevator

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