Carolyn Lazard on what happens in private
Carolyn Lazard uses the experience of chronic illness to explore themes of intimacy, labor and living in relation to others. With a background in video art, Lazard develops her ideas across a range of media including photo, performance, sculpture and the written word. Artblog’s Imani Roach spoke with her about returning to her Southeastern PA roots and how disabled artists are changing the pace of institutions. Is there such a thing as JOMO (Joy Of Missing Out)? Listen to find out. Imani interviewed Carolyn at Moore College of Art and Design's TGMR radio station on October 12th, 2017; the podcast is 41 minutes long.

Carolyn Lazard, artist and writer.
Carolyn Lazard, artist and writer.

For information on Carolyn’s past and current projects, visit her website. To find out more about Canaries, a support group and art collective of chronically-ill women and femmes, follow them online here.

Thank you to The Galleries at Moore TGMR radio project for making this podcast possible, and especially to Matt Kalasky for inviting Artblog to participate in the Moore TGMR radio project.


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