Landscape in life and Second Life – Kristen Taylor on Artblog Radio
Kristen Neville Taylor talks about her glass art, which references digital technology. She also curated a show "Landscape Techne" which presents technology-influenced or tech-immersed landscapes. Taylor is a co-founder of Little Berlin, and she talks about creating that community and why she felt the need for it.

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Kristen Taylor in her living room, above the studio, in Powelton Village
Kristen Taylor in her living room, above the studio, in Powelton Village

Kristen Taylor of Little Berlin organized the recent exhibit “Landscape Techne” at the alternative space, a show that offered alternatives to the Hudson River view of sublime mountains, lakes, rivers and glorious sunsets.  Is there a 21st Century sublime landscape? What about the landscapes in Second Life? Kristin also talks about her own glass art and about changes coming to Little Berlin.

This episode is edited by Peter Crimmins. The music is by Eric Biondo. Thanks to the Knight Foundation and our series sponsor, Fleisher Art Memorial, for their support of this project. Thanks to WHYY NewsWorks for partnering with us. You can subscribe to artblog radio on iTunes.

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kristen taylor, landscape techne, little berlin, second life

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