Tuesday, October 7, 2008
[Interview conducted by Cyrus Smith]
Avalon Kalin is a Portland based artist who explores consciousness and relationships in social contexts. Avalon has created interdisciplinary projects that often involve collaboration with individuals and groups. These include the 2001 film The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal, Open Reading Room, The Power of Fliers, Drumset Drumcircle, and most recently Breakthough in conjunction with the 2008 Portland Institute for the Arts Time Based Arts Festival. He is currently a graduate student of fine arts with an emphasis in social practice at Portland State University.
(this special edition of Art Talk AM, aired Monday October 6th)
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