Archive for the “Interviews” category

Iraq in Venice

by Travis Jeppesen on July 8, 2013

An interview with Jonathan Watkins, curator of this year’s Iraq Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, at Art in America.

Li Gang interviewed at Whitehot Magazine

by Travis Jeppesen on August 20, 2011

With a restless intellect and a rapidly developing oeuvre distinguished by surprising gestures that somehow manage to come across as both extremely logical and elusive at once, Li Gang ranks among the more intriguing members of the youngest generation of (…)

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Conversation Piece

by Travis Jeppesen on February 12, 2010

I interview Jens Hoffmann at Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art.

Gary Indiana and the Five Percent Paradox

by Travis Jeppesen on January 30, 2010

This is so important, I can’t believe I didn’t post it earlier.

Christian Siekmeier interview

by Travis Jeppesen on October 14, 2009

“Exile has per its name no real stable home. It is a fluctuant space that can (and will if conditions change) move to anywhere else in the world where the necessary conditions are more fertile.” My interview with Exile Projects (…)

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HAU Curator Stefanie Wenner interviews Travis Jeppesen about DADDY

by Travis Jeppesen on June 1, 2009

SW: DADDY is the title of the play that you wrote for our Festival “Your Nanny Hates You!” Fathers seem to be more and more absent, the construction of the postmodern family seems to move beyond the older notions of (…)

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Christophe Chemin

by Travis Jeppesen on October 4, 2008

My interview with Christophe Chemin, on the subject of his current exhibition at RISE Berlin, is now online at WhiteHot Magazine.