Two Coats of Paint Conversations

Diana Shpungin’s Heartstrong Conceptualism

Episode Summary

Diana Shpungin joins host Sharon Butler to discuss “Always Begin At The End” her solo installation on view at Smack Mellon through February 20. She uses inventive drawing and common iconography to address loss, memory, empathy and failure between the private and public, personal and political spheres.

Episode Notes

Diana Shpungin joins host Sharon Butler to discuss “Always Begin At The End” her solo installation on view at Smack Mellon through February 20. She uses an inventive drawing approach, common iconography, and found objects to address loss, memory, empathy and failure between the private and public, personal and political spheres.

Useful links: 
Smack Mellon Exhibition / Diana Shpungin Studio /  Two Coats of Paint