Brandon Zech talks with San Antonio-based artist Mark Menjivar about archives, social practice art, and Menjivar’s new virtual residency project with Glasstire.
“My work sometimes — some people engage with it and are like, ‘Really is this art?’ I remember being at a talk years back and someone asked, “Are you an artist? A journalist? A social worker?'”
This week’s podcast is sponsored in part by CASETA, the Center for the Advancement and Study of Early Texas Art, and their 2021 Virtual Fall Forum celebrating Early Texas Art on Friday, October 1st and Saturday, October 2nd. The free program will feature a variety of lectures, tours and conversations with leading scholars and curators revolving around Early Texas Art. To see a complete list of events and register for the free program, please go here.
—Security Questions by Mark Menjivar
—Glasstire: Announcing a New Glasstire Virtual Artist-in-Residence Project by Mark Menjivar
—Glasstire: The Bartlett Project, Part 11: An Interview With Artist Mark Menjivar
—Glasstire: Mark Menjivar: Aftermath of a Tornado
—Glasstire: Mark Menjivar: The Luck Archive