Episode 11: “What Makes Great Art?” with Jinn Bronwen Lee

Pieter Bruegel the Elder, "Two Chained Monkeys," 1562.
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As we continue our season-long exploration of “What makes great art?”, Sky Goodden sat down with Jinn Bronwen Lee, an artist based in Chicago. They discuss old master painting, the effect of our viewing environments on art, and the power of long looking. Lee is a painter currently thinking through the idea of “funk,” after Dr. Cornel West, and Samuel Beckett’s “Mess” as a way of life and practice. She is currently an artist in residence at Theaster Gates’s Rebuild Foundation (2018-19).

Momus: The Podcast is edited by Jacob Irish, features original music by Kyle McCrea, and assistant production from Mitra Shreeram. We would like to thank The Bentway for their support. And, of course, our many thanks to Jinn Bronwen Lee for her deeply thoughtful contribution to this episode.

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