In this episode, Alicia returns as a guest host to interview Toronto-based figurative painter Kestin Cornwall.
Over the past ten years, Cornwall has focused on creating relevant progressive art. He has used a varied practice of combining hand drawings, digitally removing the human hand and then forcing the element of the human hand back into the work. Using elements such as painting, wheat-pasting, screen-printing, installation and drawing to explore the relationship between art, human rights, politics, sex, and freedom, Cornwall critically charts current political, social, and economic landscapes with compositions brimming with references to media, popular culture, music, and art history.
Steps that the art world should take in order to be more inclusive & diverse
The importance of developing your creative voice as an artist
Tips for developing your style & more advice for emerging artists