Our new three releases will feature conversations between:
- Visual artist Ja’Tovia Gary and author Kaitlyn Greenidge
- Performance artists Becca Blackwell and Okwui Okpokwaslil
- Writers Deborah Eisenberg and Francine Prose (revisiting their BOMB interview from 1993 ).
These three new episodes touch on Black womanhood, intergenerational trauma, colorism, gender norms, diasporic education, the politics of embodiment, character building in fiction, first loves, and much more.
FUSE extends BOMB’s longstanding commitment to bringing together artists across disciplines to discuss their work and creative practice.
Departing from the typical podcast format, there’s no host, no moderator—just two artists in dialogue, unfiltered. In a limited series of six, thirty-five-minute episodes, prominent artists, writers, musicians, performers, and directors select an interlocutor from any creative field with whom they discuss their work and process.
Our first three releases from our inaugural season featured conversations between visual artists Simone Leigh and Madeleine Hunt Ehrlich, screenwriter-author Nick Hornby and composer Maria Schneider, author-illustrator Mira Jacob and author Scott Cheshire.
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