Artist On Artist: Erica Felicella

by Christopher Blay March 6, 2021
"Unburden" 2014, Erica Felicella

“Unburden” 2014, Erica Felicella.

 Jumpsuit from "SHIFT" April 6, 2018, Erica Felicella

Erica Felicella, Jumpsuit from “SHIFT” April 6, 2018

Artist On Artist is Glasstire’s video and audio podcast series in which Glasstire’s News Editor Christopher Blay, also an artist, hosts Texas-based artists and art professionals in one-on-one conversations.

Our guest this week is North Texas- based Erica Felicella, a performance artist who counts among her wide range of influences photographers (she was an assistant to Goef Kern) like Gregory Crewdson, vaudeville, and even land art icons Andy Goldsworthy and Robert Smithson.

“I heard someone actually scream out [during a performance] ‘When is she going to do a magic act?’ I was trying not to crack up and I thought: this is just perfect.”

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Carmen Menza March 7, 2021 - 13:35

Erica is an absolute treasure to our Texas art community! I have always found her work to be thoughtful and moving and she is personally such a generous soul. Thank you for shining a light on her and for this interview Chris!


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