For more infor on the Artists Conversations: https://www.norcocollege.edu/art/Documents/Norco-College-Art-Gallery-Fall-2020-Artist-Discussion-Series.pdf
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Students: type your Name and your Professor's Name/Class if you need to get credit for being here.
Bryan Pratt, Professor Bemiller
Marisabela Castillo- Professor Skiba, Art-6
Emmanuel Contreras, Prf. Lindeman, ART-2
Daniella Camarena; Megan Lindeman, Diana Campuzano, Claudette Goux
Mercedez Lenard- Prof. Skiba, Art-6
Adriana Delgado. Professor Bemiller. Art 6
Emri Greenwood, Professor Bemiller art 6
Kaia Watts-Diana Campuzano, Three Dimensional Design
Megan Hudson, Diana Campuzano / Quinton Bemiller
Ah forgot class: Daniella Camarena; Megan Lindeman Art-22, Diana Campuzano Art-24, Claudette Goux Art-1
Braedon MacKay, Prof. Quinton Bemiller, Art-6
Paola Martinez, Professor Bemiller, Art-6
Juan Bello, Professor Bemiller, ART-17
Jayla Enciso, Professor Lindeman, ART-22
Alex Tiedt, Claudette Goux, ART 1
I made a mistake. I put ART-2; I meant ART-22
What was the material again? I heard chicken wire-
Mylar balloons woven in the chicken wire.
Kathy I love the previous piece the one with the tire treed. It does look just like a aloe plant.
are there any pieces that you've made throughout your career that convey deep emotions whenever you see or think about them?
Your own work
yes, personal meaning
WOULD YOU PLEASE SHOW A “PANORAMIC” OF YOUR STUDIO SPACE and HAVE YOU EVER LET A PIECE RETURN TO THE WILD AND CONTINUE TO DECAY?
Are you somehow inspired, or at the least intrigued by abandoned buildings in the desert, like the ones found along Route 66?
How many hangers did it take to make?
What was your thoughts as you were making Laced? It looks like a stool.
Are you able to show us any of Sunvale Village? Your 90 residents what made you think of this?
that look really cool
Can she show any of the residents of the village outside?
sci-fi film rec for you, Cathy: Annihilation. It features mutating plants, reminiscent of your work.
Does inspiration come suddenly before you design a your own design or do you think for a long time about the pieces you designed?
Is your museum a walk through or a drive thru? Since I am disabled
the whole thing
Would you say that you would be able to achieve the same/similar results in your pieces using non recycled objects? Like things that don’t have “life” or haven’t been used before?
What was her inspiration for Laced?
ahh I see- that’s fascinating! Thank you for answering
It looks like a fashion like piece of furniture its beautiful
I find your work fascinating and I look forward to going to your exhibit
Do you think you have been effected by post WW2 materialism or consumerism?
Thank you, Cathy! I have a med. appt. and need to sign off. This conversation was very interesting. Thanks again.
This was wonderful. Thank you.
how much time does she need before a visit
thank you so much!
Thank you, I really enjoyed this.
Thank you so much have a great day!