Episode 57: Don’t forget my change (w/ Angelique Scott)

Hey everyone. I hope you are doing well and safe. I’m doing okay. I just found a new apartment since my lease was not renewed at my last place. Everything is moved in and now I am slowly unpacking. Otherwise, I am just teaching and learning Chinese. I’m trying to start back up some new work but have been spending a lot of time just reading. I got a standing desk which helps alleviate my wrists and I hope that will motivate me to start video editing. I know these are all just excuses but you know. Anyways…

For today, I am presenting the last of my interviews during my time at Vermont Studio Center from almost a year ago. I wish I could be better at getting through my interviews more timely but juggling the whole podcast project by myself does have its limits. With all that aside, I am chatting with Angelique Scott, an artist, educator, and activist who creates work about blackness as a social and cultural identity. Angelique arrived halfway through my time in Vermont for a shorter period, but we quickly got to know each other and had lots of late night studio breaks together. Angelique graduated with a BFA in Art Education and Studio Art with a focus on ceramics, a material I still have trouble working with. In addition to ceramics, we discuss hyper intentionality within one’s work, craftwork as art, and writing artist statements. As usual, stay safe, stay healthy, and I hope you enjoy this.

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