#Arteetude 202: Detlef Schlich and John Adams unveiling the creative & controversial layers of Irish art and history. At the end we listen to Back Off Baby! A Song by Adams Band Crawdaddys.
Unveiling the creative & controversial layers of Irish art and history. In episode 202 of the Arteetude podcast, I, Detlef Schlich, sit down with the incredible artist and drummer John Adams. We dive deep into the issues plaguing the art world in Ireland, the significance of Cork Harbour, and how the system influences an artist's career. This episode is not only an artistic critique but also an introspective look into what motivates artists in their creative journey. It is a must-listen for academics, art enthusiasts, and policymakers alike. Don't miss this captivating conversation;
John Adams is best known for his Contemporary Expressionist Paintings. Beauty and nature have been a constant priority to John.
He has produced many private commissions and painted many murals. He has been a campaigner for artists' rights and an arts events organizer in both London and Cork. An Exponent of the role of the artist in society, John seeks the truth in events that have shaped the 20th and early 21st centuries.
John’s paintings are in many prominent collections such as the Crawford Municipal Gallery, Cork City Council, The Royal College of Surgeons, Cork City Library, President Michael D Higgins and many more private and public collections.
ArTEEtude is a podcast created and produced by Detlef Schlich that explores the intersection of art, digital culture, and true stories in West Cork. Schlich, a multi-disciplinary artist, operates his podcast with a cross-sectoral approach, believing that a visual artist should think beyond being just an antagonist and instead strive to be a protagonist. Through this podcast, he dives into the unknown depths of the creative mind to uncover new perspectives and ideas.
Detlef Schlich is a podcaster, visual artist, filmmaker, ritual designer, and media archaeologist based in West Cork. He is recognized for his seminal work, including a scholarly examination of the intersections between shamanism, art, and digital culture, as well as his acclaimed video installation, Transodin's Tragedy. He primarily works in performance, photography, painting, sound, installations, and film. In his work, he reflects on the human condition and uses the digital shaman's methodology as an alter ego to create artwork. His media archaeology is a conceptual and practical exercise in uncovering the unique aesthetic, cultural and political aspects of media in culture.
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