A conversation with artists Julian Hoeber and Cayetano Ferrer discussing Hoeber’s recent exhibition at Blum & Poe including works from the project 'Going Nowhere'. Hoeber’s architectural influences include the work of Anne Tyng and Frederick Kiesler.
Julian Hoeber’s work crosses disciplines, spanning sculpture, painting, installation, video and design. Hoeber's work has been included in exhibitions at The Santa Monica Museum of Art, Deste Foundation Centre For Contemporary Art, Athens, Künstlerhaus Bregenz, The Hammer Museum Los Angeles. His work is held in the collections of MOCA, Los Angeles, The Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, The Dallas Museum of Art, and The Museum of Modern Art, New York among others.
Cayetano Ferrer – at the core of his practice is the treatment and transmutation of common symbols and cultural objects through various media including sculpture, video, and architectural interventions. Selected exhibitions include the Romancing the Fragment at the Hessel Museum of Art in New York (2015); at the Swiss Institute in The St Petersburg Paradox, New York (2014); at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery in Barnsdall Park and a billboard in Hollywood as Part of Made in LA (2012), the Hammer Museum's first Los Angeles biennial.
Creator and Executive Producer - Hernan Diaz Alonso
Producer - Marcelyn Gow
Director - Reza Monahan
Director of Photography - Sean Morris
2nd Camera – Steve Carroll
Assistant Camera – Alex Kallioras/Paul Krist
Sound Engineer – Scotty Tipton
Lighting Tech - Jamey Srock
Story Producer - Marcelyn Gow
Editors - Sean Morris/Reza Monahan
Assistant Editor - Mike Ballestrero
Musical Score - Butchy Fuego
Additional Images Courtesy of:
Blum & Poe Los Angeles
Installation views ©Heather Rasmussen
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