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VIRTUAL | Artist Breakfast with María Elena González - Shared screen with speaker view
Danqing Zhu
02:00
Hi everyone, thank you for hosting this virtual conversation!
jessicaporter
08:16
Welcome everyone! Feel free to introduce yourself here! - Jessica Porter, Executive Director, ArtTable
Angelica
08:37
that’s a terrific artwork you just showed us - who is the artist?
ronifeinstein
08:46
Good morning from California!
Laurie Ann Farrell
09:00
Hi friends, Laurie Ann Farrell, Senior Curator, Dallas Contemporary
Joy Glidden
09:36
Hi everyone, Joy Glidden here! Hope everyone is safe and healthy!
Ted Holland
10:12
Hi everyone! This is Ted from Hirschl & Adler Modern. Hope you are all doing well and staying healthy!
Deborah Cullen-Morales
10:42
Deborah Cullen, safely ensconced in The Bronx!
Mrinalini Aggarwal
10:57
Hi everyone, lovely to be here and seeing all of you!
rosie@dvcai.org Gordon-Wallace
11:30
Hi Suzy…
suzydelvalle
12:09
Lovely to see all your friendly faces!!!
edie meyer
14:21
Hello from chilly Long Island! Edie from Vastari.com
Sheila Elias
14:29
Hi from sheila@sheilaelias.com difficult times with canceling exhibits rough. Miami Art Table
Joy Glidden
26:48
What kind of trees are used in your work
shilpi chandra
27:25
I think Maria Elena Gonzalez said Birch
Joy Glidden
27:36
yes
shilpi chandra
27:54
Will we get a chance to hear any of the pieces you are describing?
shilpi chandra
29:12
oh, great. thank you
Joy Glidden
40:25
Any future relationship to EMPAC
Jennifer Rappaport
41:12
Love this work! Very inspiring! Can you discuss a bit more about your process/tools of doing the tree rubbings and collages?
Sonia
41:48
Mayi, unless I missed it, please mention how each tree has its own personality.
shilpi chandra
43:58
I would love to see the Tree # 3 collage piece (I think) in detail if possible. The one where the green strip was collaged onto the rubbing of the bark.
Angelica
49:29
Thank you so much, Maria Elena for such an insightful talk and look into your practice! and thank you to ArtTable for keeping us all together and inspired by art, especially in our current surreal times. So grateful! Angelica Semmelbauer
Joy Glidden
50:59
Before the tree series, did your work always focus on Visual arts, conceptual work or leaned toward music
shilpi chandra
51:40
I'm sorry, my mic isn't working.
Julia Herzberg
52:17
I have had the extraordinary experience of working with you since I curated your first early sound pieces at the Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art in 1990. There have been so many other moments to collaborate. Certainly on of the highlights was our Conversation from Ljulbiana to Mills. Thanks for contributing to my life. Julia Herzberg
Mrinalini Aggarwal
54:20
Is there a toll that working on long duration projects for 10-15 years takes on you? Whats next for you? Is this work still continuing, or are there new projects on the horizon?
shilpi chandra
56:13
Thank you so much for this talk.
rosie@dvcai.org Gordon-Wallace
59:53
Thank you so much. maria Elena is iconic in creating this authentic narrative of beauty , sensuality and complexity. She is Caribbean. She is WOMAN! So proud. Rosie, Miami
Gracie Mansion
01:02:03
can we hear from Julia Herzberg
shilpi chandra
01:04:51
Can you share the title again?
jessicaporter
01:06:04
Thank you Maria Elena, Imogen and to all of you for attending today! Hope to see you soon at more upcoming AT programs! I sadly have to jump off for another call.
Adrianaherrerat
01:06:21
Can we have access to the record of the talk?
Joy Glidden
01:06:29
Wonderful talk - Thank you!