An alternative archive where artists share a work they’ve made, and a work they’ve loved.
APHIDS LISTENS is a direct response to the current political climate of experimental arts, and operates as an ongoing living archive. A bi-monthly podcast based on long-form interviews with key artists from national experimental art communities. APHIDS invites artists to speak, in their own words, about projects of inspiration, early influences and the life of a project from conception to delivery.
Our first conversation sees APHIDS’ Eugenia Lim speak with Amos Gebhardt about their moving image and lens-based work that offers a non-linear, non-binary space of fluidity, desire and the more-than-human. Amos transports the viewer to extraordinary landscapes through their work as they talk about leaving, arriving and working on unceded country.
In Episode Two of APHIDS LISTENS, Lara Thoms, Co-Director of APHIDS, speaks with New York based choreographer, dancer and artist Faye Driscoll.