Lo-fi: Talks by Gregory Crewdson and Philip-Lorca diCorcia

Here are two lo-fi audio recordings that I made of recent talks delivered by noted photographers Gregory Crewdson and Philip-Lorca diCorcia. These recordings are not very professional and the one of Crewdson doesn’t include the Q&A, but hopefully some of you will enjoy them nonetheless. If that’s the case, leave a comment to let me know and I’ll keep posting more as the come.

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Gregory Crewdson [58:22]
October 28, 2008 at MassArt, Boston, MA

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Philip-Lorca diCorcia [1:31:49]
November 17, 2008 at MassArt, Boston, MA

Comments

  • Shane,

    post ‘em all, bud. keep ‘em coming.

  • Chase

    can you post them as mp3s or a file to download

  • Geoff

    Yes, awesome! Thanks so much Shane! Quality is fine…

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  • Kevin

    Thanks for the recordings Shane!

  • maciek

    I have never heard PL talk before so this was a real treat. i love his comments about how others consistently ask you to ‘rip yourself off,’ to copy your own work which is the opposite of what an artist wants but that is exactly what the commercial world does—like before, but a little different. the last thing you want is risk, you want something established as art, but of course it only became that way because it broke away from what had been.

  • Walker

    Great stuff… looking forward to more.

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