A culture, art, and music podcast
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Artist MaDora Frey joins Joe and Matthew at her 2023 installation in whitespec at Atlanta’s Whitespace Gallery. They discuss her journey from painting and the influences on her work, including the unique environment of her youth. Mirrors are front a... more
In their triumphant return for a fourth season, Joe and Matthew review an art review, discuss some shows, and hit some high points of a cultural fact-finding mission. Trends in interior decorating are touched upon. Summer arts reading is referenced. ... more
Joe and Matthew sit down to discuss their arts reading stacks. A bit of nourishment for the creative life is offered. A book review is reviewed. Recording locations are swapped, resulting in the first hybrid episode. “Hallmarkian” is used as a descri... more
Joe & Matthew’s scholarly & humorous approach to podcasting is entertaining & educational, shedding light in the sometimes dark, mysterious & misunderstood corners of the art world, it’s surrounding ecosystem, and even ancillary matters that may seem irrelevant, but actually play a role in our everyday lives. Brain Fuzz has become an important venue for artists, curators, others who have chosen to live art centric lives, as well as, from time to time, opening our eyes to the road less traveled.
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Brain Fuzz launched 6 years ago and published 68 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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