To finish this series, Paul and Jeremy interview one another about their creative process. They talk about the things they do in their own practice, as well as reflect upon their ongoing collaborative creativity and how that has shaped their future work.
Art and ideas
Paul and Jeremy are joined by poet, spoken word performer, and youth champion Michael Moore to talk about the creative process and how words and stories can shape our understanding of the world around us.
Courteney Mayall is a true multi-hyphenate – singer-performer-actor-writer-director-make up artist-stylist-set designer and more. She joins Jeremy and Paul to talk about her process, journey and the way her creative mind worlds.
Jeremy and Paul talk with Richard von Sturmer about words, films, music and zen creativity with a snippet inside this fascinating creative mind. His journey through creativity in Aotearoa and his current areas of exploration.
Waikato-based visual artist Hiria Anderson (Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Apakura) talks with Paul and Jeremy about her creative process, the journey of multiple works at one time, and the role of the artist in understanding and sharing the world around them.
Sonic artist, phonographer and composer Kent Macpherson talks with Paul and Jeremy about his fascination with the natural sound world, and the creativity that can be found in the ‘unheard’ sonic attributes of natural and man-made structures.
Visual artist extraordinaire, Regan Balzer joins Jeremy and Paul to talk about her creative processes and the many media she uses in her work.
Looking through the lens at a creative figure who is more often taking the picture than featuring in them, Mark Hamilton talks with Jeremy and Paul about his creative process, how he finds beauty and creativity in the world around him, and how photography shapes the way he explores the region.
Folk pop ensemble Looking for Alaska is composed primarily of Amy Maynard and Aaron Gott. Here they talk with Paul and Jeremy about their journey together, the way they craft their music, and how they find inspiration in their own life and journey.
Laura shares her deep passion for story telling and the impact that these stories can have on people’s lives.
Rachel Kiddie-McClure joins us to talk about how she found her voice as an artist, the strength of vulnerability, and how as a time-poor mum she makes more art than ever before.
Xavier Meade de la Cueva is an artist, calligrapher, graphic designer, photographer, architect, and environmentalist originally from Mexico, now based in Whaingaroa Raglan.
Grant Jack embraces the weird and awkward in his art practice. We learn about his fascinating process in which he aims to bypass the conscious brain and embrace art that’s bad in a good way.
Freelance arts writer and critic Kate Powell joins Paul and Jeremy this week. Kate firmly believes that art is for everyone.
Surfer, waka ama enthusiast and artist Aaron Kereopa talks to Jeremy and Paul about his unique process of turning broken surfboards into stunning painted sculptures.
Benny Marama is a playwright and actor who’s been going from strength to strength.
Contemporary dancer, choreographer, educator, and facilitator Karen Barbour talks with Paul and Jeremy about contemporary dance in the Waikato and what we can learn about movement from an environment.
Local legend, artist, sociologist and provocateur Graeme Cairns talks to Jeremy and Paul from Creative Waikato.
Jeremy and Paul explore the fascinating creative process of photographer and collage artist Claudia Latisnere.
Paul and Jeremy talk art, life, Modernism, colonising Mars, data collection, and Buckminster Fuller with painter and designer Paul Darragh aka Bemodern.