If you noticed there was less activity here than usual it was because I spent a lot of last week working on an interview conducted with Jan Tichy.
The interview is posted on ArtSlant, where we begin by discussing Tichy’s role in designing Loyola University Museum of Art’s exhibit “Moholy: An Education of the Senses,” and then move on to discuss his practice and approach in creating site-specific work.
Abraham Ritchie: I wanted to start with the Lázló Moholy-Nagy exhibition,
that you were the exhibition designer for. As I was viewing the
exhibition, it struck me that there are some really interesting
similarities between Moholy-Nagy’s practice and yours, Continue Reading . . .