episode fifteen | aaron coleman

Published 29 may 2019

 
 
 
Survivor of the Great American Autoclave, 2015, lithography and screenprint, 16 x 12 inches

Survivor of the Great American Autoclave, 2015, lithography and screenprint, 16 x 12 inches

EPISODE FIFTEEN |AARON COLEMAN

In this episode of pine|copper|lime Miranda speaks with Aaron Coleman about his first exposure to visual culture as a graffiti writing teen outside of Indianapolis, his graduate school experience of being tricked into loving litho, and his current role as Professor of Art at the University of Arizona. The hip hop community was the first place Coleman really felt at home and the formative practice he experienced in the mixing and remixing of visual culture has stayed with him to this day. Coleman also talks about the place of art in the cultural of the resistance against the forces of evil in our world and the important role artists play as documentarians, communicators, and historians during our troubled times.