Barbarella Fokos is a writer and filmmaker based in San Diego, CA. I came to know Barbarella's work through The Artist Odyssey where, as one of the executive producers, she creates documentary films about artists and their processes and motivations. In our conversation, we talked about her work with The Artist Odyssey as well as her previous work, including her Emmy-winning show Art Pulse TV. I was also pleased to get her perspective on San Diego's burgeoning art scene. Finally, in the second segment, Barbarella chose as her topic the distinction between art and craft.
(Conversation recorded February 27, 2017.)
- Barbarella Fokos
- The Artist Odyssey
- David Fokos
- David Fokos - The Book Pages Project
- Keep the Channel Open - Episode 1: Trinh Mai
- The Artist Odyssey - Trinh Mai
- The Artist Odyssey - Tribal Baroque
- The Artist Odyssey - Frank Lee Drennen
- Art Pulse TV
- San Diego City Beat - Q: What does San Diego’s art scene need to thrive?
- John Raymond Mireles - Why I Left San Diego’s Art Scene Behind
- Adrian Sierra Garcia
- The Artist Odyssey - A Look at the Latest Show at basileIE Gallery
- Melissa Walter
- Arthur Danto - What Art Is
- Rebecca L. Webb
About the Show:
Keep the Channel Open is a bi-weekly podcast featuring in-depth conversations with artists, writers, and curators. The show is hosted by San Diego-based photographer and writer Mike Sakasegawa.