Thyme in the Studio

Does anyone know you are doing this? Matthew Namie on Cocooning for creative development

Episode Summary

Matthew Namie is an artist who works in fashion, painting, typography, dance and hat design. We discuss the beauty of being a slow cooker and the value of listening to your intuition-it could be a matter of life and death. He also dives into the beauty of doing your work for yourself and stepping away from the limelight to allow for creative expression to run wild without the eyes of others, How Agnes Martin inspires his work and how privacy can allow for creative risks no one could plan or anticipate. We also discuss the beauty of the Napoleonic era and repurposing vintage furs to bring new power to things that have been temporarily forgotten.

Episode Notes

Matthew Namie is a NYC-based artist who works in fashion, painting, typography, dance and millinery. We discuss the beauty of being a slow cooker and the value of listening to your intuition-it could be a matter of life or death! He also dives into the beauty of doing your work for yourself and stepping away from the limelight to allow for creative expression to run wild without the eyes of others, how Agnes Martin inspires his work and how privacy can allow for creative risks no one could plan or anticipate. We also discuss the beauty of the Napoleonic era and repurposing vintage furs to bring new power to things that have been temporarily forgotten. Please don't try to find him. He is busy doing his work without you watching and he is cooking low and slow.

https://www.vangoart.co/matthew-namie
https://www.aidazea.com/
http://www.saramariemiller.me/
https://http://www.antidotebrooklyn.com/

Intro and outro music by Komiku

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