Documenting Fragments with Contemporary Artist Benjamin Rubloff

My favorite contemporary artist joins me in conversation to launch this season devoted to the working lives of artists. Enjoy our discussion and stick around for the song I wrote about it.
Learn more about Benjamin here and follow him on Instagram. Benjamin referenced: Tobias Wolff, Bill Evans, Richard Diebenkorn's Notes to Myself, Siri Hustvedt on Giorgio Morandi, Teju Cole on art and hope, WJT Mitchell (particularly his book What Do Pictures Want?), and that moment Miles Davis bends a note in It Never Entered My Mind. He also discussed Raymond Carver and read his poem This Morning.

Giorgio Morandi's Bottles
features Marty Kondziolka on drums and was produced and mastered by Brian Trahan. That's me on keys. 

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Special thanks to Liv Hunt for logo design, Rotem Fisher for mastering audio, and Brian Trahan for music production and engineering.
Our theme song is Nile's Blues by Kevin MacLeod, licensed under Creative Commons by an Attribution 4.0 License

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Documenting Fragments with Contemporary Artist Benjamin Rubloff
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