A Beastie Boys record made him want to move to New York. About 10 years later, Brooklyn-based painter and photographer Benjamin Weber is still in love with the city. He speaks about his life as a ‘citizen of the world’, why he likes walking in New York and about visual arts in the age of the internet.
Brooklyn based filmmaker Joshua Sanchez speaks about finding like-minded people in the city, about his long path from being a suburban punk-rock kid in Texas to becoming a filmmaker in New York, and his recent 90 minute feature film ‘Four’.
New York art historian and curator Andrianna Campbell speaks about ‘the urban gaze’ of the city dweller, the gallery scene in Chelsea and in Brooklyn, and how the ‘great recession’ had an impact on the world of art in New York City.
Brooklyn-based cartoonist and Blue Man Group performer Isaac Littlejohn Eddy about being an artist in New York. He speaks about what it means to be a cartoonist in the age of Photoshop and the internet.