Season 3: Episode 11
Artists Jamila Barakat and Laura J. Lukitsch speak about the unfolding of their artist residency.
This season I am talking to artists about their first solo.
This is the third episode in a mini-series set at the lovely Kuba Residency, located at the Kuba Kulturbahnhof at the north western edge of Brandenburg, two and a half hours outside of Berlin.
This week painter Jamila Barakat and video/audio artist Laura J. Lukitsch speak about how their work has developed during the three weeks at the artist residency.
Jamila shares how she was able to break through her previous painting style to find a new dialect to her painting language and Laura found a way to incorporate augmented audio into her installation.
The conversation documents their lessons learned both in terms of their work and their way of thinking about the inner critic. And they share reminders of methods they use to reconnect to their creative flow and inner voice.
Mentioned in this week’s podcast:
Sound Walk App: Echoes
Book: Feck Perfuction, Dangerous Ideas on the Business of Life, by James Victore
Podcast: How to Shatter Limitations and Achieve Your Dreams with Steven Kotler on the Chase Jarvis Podcast
To follow the artists visit:
Visit Jamila’s Instagram: @iamjamilabarakat
Visit Laura’s Intagram: @laurajlukitsch
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