In this much anticipated follow up to an earlier episode, artist Scott Ingram shares his thoughts on a recent exhibition that was literally demolished. In the resulting discussion, the origin of creative ideas is observed, and they explore the very nature of creative practice.

Biennials are discussed – including their role and related curatorial challenges. A sober and cogent idea for the future is proffered.

Sparked by a controversial book Matthew has been reading, the value of higher education is debated. Joe leads the witness. Scott teases his next project.


Rubble from Til The Lights Go Out exhibition in AtlantaArtwork among the rubble in the aftermath of Til The Lights Go Out.

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