February 11, 2015

VIDEO FEATURE AND INTERVIEW: LA CANVAS

All heart exposed, no puns. And the timing couldn’t be better. In her most recent work, visual artist Julie Weitz set out to capture the story of “a woman extricating herself from the grip of a haunting memory while struggling to retain her dignity.” To all you digging art as tech’s fiancé, add this: Ethereal glass reflections, provocative shutter speed, and womanhood (oh, and top shelf lighting, a classical sculpture, and an eerie soundtrack). This 6-min seduction of Natural Woman gets intimate with dark, and will leave you wanting more. In a brief interview we got the goods behind the gem…

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December 13, 2014

SOLO SHOW @ AGENCY IN LOS ANGELES

4911 Clinton St, Los Angeles, CA



Here From Behind is a diagram of exploded consciousness. Across the walls of the space, Weitz has mapped out a timeline for an elusive narrative of physical and psychological formation and deterioration. Within this diagrammatical structure, Weitz intersperses and overlaps drawings with sheets of plexiglass that have been coated with accumulated layers of sprayed, drawn and washed imagery. The effect alludes to fluid states of consciousness; evoking moments of clarity and reflection, cloudiness and obscuration. In Weitz's spatial chronology, memory is the animated subject and time is its constant support.

December 6, 2014

FEATURE ON SOUND OPINIONS PODCAST



SHLOHMO has been the one consistent sound in my studio for the past six months. A digital blend of analog recordings, atmospheric backgrounds, ominous voices and steady grooves; this beat-maker set the tone for my practice. NPR Sounds Opinions featured me talking about my obsession on episode 468. Listen to the last 6 minutes to hear my voice.