Here is a second interview (the first being from a previous post) with Paul Waddell after his recent show at the MEME Gallery. I mostly want to talk a bit about the Turkey included in the installation, its rescue and the reasoning behind using a live creature as a collaborator. Enjoy!
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Paul Waddell is an artist, a friend, and a force that The Present Tense has had the pleasure of both showing and curating with. Beginning tomorrow, Paul will spend 72 hours at MEME Gallery giving thanks to Boston, Slash, SMFA, snow, and “everything that makes America great”. He will be attempting to befriend a domesticated [...]
5 years ago I was walking down the street in Central Square, Cambridge and my eyes met those of a white haired man wearing a barely buttoned dress shirt. He stopped me and asked “What kind of human are you?”. With a question like that I couldn’t resist a conversation with this stranger. This was [...]
Every once in a while the Boston art world aligns and produces a performance art marathon. March saw one of these weekends with Control Y Control Z at MEME, curated by the MEME Team, and Yard Sale at Mobius Curated by Jeff Huckleberry. Control Y Control Z Leigh Waldron-Taylor (performed by Daniel DeLuca) Sylbille Neeve [...]