Apr 23, 2021
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Ryan Wilson Kelly. He works in both clay and papier-mache to make figure sculptures and vessels that are theatrically staged within narrative scenes. In this interview we talk about the influence of puppetry, essentializing facial expressions, and how humor can be an entry point for narrative work. Ryan’s exhibition Anxious Assembly is currently on display until May 30th at the Clay Studio in Philadelphia. For more information on Ryan visit www.ryanwilsonkelly.com.
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