Kemper ARTcasts is a collection of artist-centered audio and/or video segments produced by Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. This project brings the voices and insights of artists, as well as community and curatorial voices, to a broad range of listeners. Listen to Kemper ARTcasts here or download them to enjoy on your mobile device at your convenience.
Artist Talk: Trenton Doyle Hancock
Houston-based artist Trenton Doyle Hancock speaks about the developing themes in his artwork including a major shift in narrative to autobiographical subject matter and his continued use of adapted personalities.
Double Vision Lecture Series: Nene Humphrey
Seeking to ground herself and get back in to the studio after a great loss, Brooklyn-based artist Nene Humphrey found Victorian mourning braiding the same way most Americans do when looking for help: Google. The pattern similarities to her previous work – drawings from neuroscience lab slides – were uncanny and surprising. Humphrey expands on her journey with Kemper Museum Curator and Head of Adult Programs, Erin Dziedzic, discussing her 5 year exploration, collaboration, and the future of her work, Circling the Center.