Epis.309: Running a gallery, creating community,
Publisher |
Michael Shaw
Media Type |
Podknife tags |
Visual Arts
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Visual Arts
Publication Date |
Dec 25, 2021
Episode Duration |

In part 2 of 2 with multi-hyphenate and Artist Decoded host Yoshino, he talks about:

Working through an art-like writing phase, in which he does a mix of automatic writing and poetry, as a counterpoint to his existential crises; NohWave, the gallery in Little Tokyo that he ran with fellow multi-hyphenate Justin Hopkins, and how he saw it as a way of giving back to the community by creating community, citing Sir Isaac Newton’s “I see further because I stand on the shoulder of giants…;” letting go of a competitive mindset as an artist, podcaster and even gallerist- his approach to running NohWave was experimental, thanks largely to a sweet deal given by their landlord; why he stopped doing commercial cinematography; and how for now he’s able to work on his art, his podcast and related projects thanks to a little cryptocurrency investment and a lower cost of living in Joshua Tree.

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