Welcome to Hysterics, a podcast about what it means to live in a body outside the "norm." In this podcast I will be interviewing female and gender nonconforming friends, artists and activists about their experiences living in bodies often unrepresented or misunderstood. Logo: Bonnie Lawrence
Eliana Rodriguez works at the intersection of ceramics and printmaking, two mediums with weighty connections to indigenous practice and colonial oppression. Through her use of brown clay, the symbols she employs and her deeply informed approach to her art, she creates work that ties back to her own heritage while creating opportunities for others to see themselves in her art.
This is the fourth installment in a series of episodes in which ceramics artists discuss the ways that bodies, their own or our cultural perceptions of them, impact their work - and how their work is effected by the bodies of those that view or use them.
Follow Eliana on Instagram @eliana_e_rodriguez
Learn more about her work and the other artists in this series at www.hystericsblog.com
In the finale to this series on ceramics and the body, artist and trans activist Mac McCusker discusses the ways in which they use their own body in their work, exploring the realities of transition, political policy, and the flimsy nature of gender binaries. We also talk about the ways in which their visibility as a transgender artist has impacted their career and everyday life.
You can find Mac's work at www.macmccuskerceramics.com/ and on Instagram @mac_art_ceramics
Find images and statements from Mac and the other ceramic artists in this series on the blog at www.hystericsblog.com and follow Hysterics on Instagram @hystericsblog
Learn more about Trans Lifeline at www.translifeline.org. Need to talk? Their peer support hotline is run by and for trans people. The hotline is available 7am-1am PST / 9am-3am CST / 10am-4am EST. Volunteers may be available during off hours. (877) 565-8860
In this episode of Hysterics Podcast, ceramic artist Allison Cochran shares the inspiration for her vessels that take the innocent bowl and plate and reframe them as tools and accomplices in some of our most intimate and shameful moments.
Content Warning: disordered eating, diet culture
Follow Allison on Instagram @allisoncochran and learn more about her work at www.allisoncochran.com
Visit www.hystericsblog.com for images of Allison's work, as well as the other artists in this series, Molly Morning-Glory and Mac McCusker.
In this episode of Hysterics, I sit down with ceramic artist Molly Morning-glory to talk about the relationship between body image, her artwork and the medium of ceramics.
Follow Molly @mollymorningglory
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Negotiating ambition and career with a chronic illness can be incredibly difficult, especially when your identity is defined by your strength and abilities. In this episode, I sit down with Kelsey D. Martin, a Ph.D. candidate in Art History and former victim advocate, to discuss her evolving identity as she comes to term with her lifelong autoimmune disorders.
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Learn more about Kelsey D. Martin at http://kelseydmartin.web.unc.edu/
On Episode One, Season One of Hysterics Podcast, I sit down with Virginia Knight, fashion historian and body image advocate to discuss depression, suicide and how the hardest times can bring out the best, and worst, in us.
Follow Virginia at @virginiacknight and www.virginiacknight.com
More from Hysterics at @hystericsblog and www.hystericsblog.com
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Trailer. Hi and welcome to Hysterics, a podcast about what it means to be ill in a body outside the "norm." In this podcast I will be interviewing female and gender nonconforming friends, family and activists about their experiences living with chronic illness and disability.