Elizabeth (Beth) Stephens and Annie Sprinkle have exhibited and performed as the Love Art Laboratory in venues ranging from the Venice Biennale to the Galbreath Chapel in Athens Ohio. They are interviewed for Total Art Journal by Lindsay Kelley, an artist and writer researching uncommon modes of food preparation and ingestion. This interview took place in San Francisco on January 7, 2011, after a long walk around Bernal Hill with Bob the dog.
Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison are two of the foremost artists practicing in the field of environmental art today. In addition to their primary practice of environmental art, the Harrisons have also participated in a range of other historical and social movements, including the seminal west coast feminist art movement. The Harrisons are interviewed for Total Art Journal by Elizabeth (Beth) Stephens and Annie Sprinkle as the first of an ongoing series in which Beth and Annie talk with artists who have inspired their work.
Geoffrey Hendricks is an American artist currently based in New York City and Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. Since the 1960’s Hendricks has been active with Fluxus and his work has been exhibited internationally. Hendricks is interviewed for Total Art Journal by Elizabeth (Beth) Stephens and Annie Sprinkle as the second of an ongoing series in which Beth and Annie talk with artists who have inspired their work.