Interviews were conducted by Willoughby Sharp and/or Liza Bear and edited with the cooperation of the artist/interviewee.
An Interview with Edward Ruscha by Willoughby Sharp.
Interview took place at Alan Saret’s Spring Street studio on Nov. 17, 1970. Interviewer uncredited. The interview discusses the history of the space, how exhibitions are arranged, and how artists were chosen to exhibit their work. Pieces from the inaugural exhibition that took place Oct. to Dec. 1970 are pictured and reflected upon by the […]
Conversation between the three artists about their participation in a performance at the Reese Palley Gallery, New York.
Interview by Willoughby Sharp in May at Castle Norvenich. Includes exhibition history.
Saret discusses his three years spent in India, his experience as an artist in NYC, his process of creating several art works, and Alel, the religious organization he founded.
Aycock discusses Four 36-38 Exposures as well as prior work. The piece is illustrated with four contact sheets photographed with a stationary camera position for 10-15 minutes until the roll was exposed. The photos were taken July 1971 in central Pennsylvania (sheets 1-2) and September 1971 in NYC (sheets 3-4).
Interviewed by Liza Béar in December, 1971 and edited by Winsor and Béar.
A dialogue with Liza Béar that took place on Sept. 17 at 93 Grand Street, NYC.
Telephone interview that took place on May 28, 1976 between Liza Béar, Willoughby Sharp, and Mary Sue Ader.
Taped conversation with Liza Béar that took place in Fitzgibbon’s studio at 5 Bleecker Street, NYC on Apr. 22, 1976.
Interview with Bruce Nauman which took place on May 7, 1970 at Nauman’s studio at San Jose State College.
Willoughby Sharp and Liza Béar interview some of the founders of the Canadian art center Western Front.
Interview with Chris Burden includes photos and descriptions of several works.
Chris Burden interview by Liza Bear.
Buren discusses censorship and art.
Lange discusses her art education and her creative shift from sculpture to film to photography to video as well as her interest in depicting people at work.
Interview by Willoughby Sharp.
Dialogue with Liza Bear.
Interviewed by Willoughby Sharp Sept. 17, 1972.
Discussions with Liza Béar and Willoughby Sharp June-August, 1971 at 74 Grand Street.
Discussions held in New York from December 1968-January 1969.
Interview by Liza Béar on Oct. 30, 1973 at 93 Grand Street.
Discussion between Vito Acconci and Liza Béar.
Matta-Clark discusses how he came to his practice of working with buildings and his specific building cutting project at the Humphrey Street building, New Jersey.
Extract from an interview done by Liza Béar on May 16, 1971. Includes transcripts from Cheshire Cat part I and IV.
Interview took place January, 1969. Includes photos of several pieces and an exhibition history.
Interview with Terry Fox. Includes descriptions and photographs of several pieces.
Carl Andre interview with Avalanche. Includes photos and discussions of several works.
Interview by Liza Béar in NYC on Apr. 26, 1974.
A dialogue with Liza Béar that took place on Feb. 6 at Shapiro’s studio, 54 Leonard Street, 93 Grand Street, and a foundry in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Interview with Keith Sonnier by Liza Béar at Cafe K-K, NYC on February 18.
Interview by Willoughby Sharp, May 15, 1971. Edited in collaboration with the artist by Liza Bear. Photos by Pieter Boersma.
Interviewed by by Liza Béar.
Monk discusses her background in music and performance and speaks in detail about several works.
Interview done by Willoughby Sharp and Liza Béar. Includes descriptions of several performances.
Ruthenbeck discusses his transition from photography to sculpture, the influence of meditation on his work, and his method of displaying his works of art.
Liza Béar interviews Richard Serra and Robert Bell.
Béar and Myers discuss Myers’ video, installation, and performance work, as well as her use of writing in her art.
Discusses Winter’s art practice in California and New York.
Interview with Lowell Darling by Willoughby Sharp on March 7, 1973 at the Otis Art Institute.
Laub discusses his projection series Strangers and Family as well as a performance at the Museum of Conceptual Art, San Francisco.
A dialogue with Liza Béar that was recorded at various locations in Vermont.
Roche discusses his audio performances.
Interview with Jannis Kounellis includes an exhibition history and illustration of several works of art.
Discusses his Children’s Videotapes which were shown at the Everson Museum of Art.
Interview with David Tremlett. Photos by David Bratfield.
Interview with General Idea. Includes photographs.
Willoughby Sharp interviewed members of the Phil Glass Ensemble following their July 10 concert at The Town Hall, New York.
Interview with Tina Girouard. Includes several photographs.
Interview between Vito Acconci and Liza Béar.
A dialogue between Sharp and his alter ego The Mighty Mogul, developed with Liza Bear.
Interview conducted by Liza Béar and Willoughby Sharp on Aug. 10, 1972 at 137 Greene Street.