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The Activist Artist: An Interview With Wendy Testu

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San Francisco-based artist and teacher Wendy Testu discusses her latest project: a labor of love that galvanizes one community around its social and environmental history.

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Colliding with Nature: An Interview with Jason Middlebrook

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“Nature is always pressing, always growing up through the cracks,” he said. Middlebrook’s interest is the instant at which nature and humans collide, whether it be a natural disaster, or a weed growing in a parking lot.

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Shifting Scales & the City: An Interview with Jane South

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Artist Jane South discusses how her large-scale, wall-mounted constructions explore the "phenomenological experience of architecture."

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Annette Lemieux

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“If I couldn’t do my work, it would be as if someone took the air out of me. It was a necessity to survive. So it would have been that or die. I didn’t have a choice. So I just worked my ass off.”

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