This edition: Season 1, Episode #3Tweet
Original tape date: September 23, 2005.
On this episode of “Art or Something Like It!,” Laura Thomas, Jim C. Zero Boy and Jack Anderson appear on the show and discuss their talents and art projects.
Jack Anderson is a Native American painter and truly loves creating art. He discusses his love for art, his origins and ethnic background, as well as his inspirations, such as his wife, his children and Native American stories.
Zero Boy is a “vocal acrobat”, comedian, theater artist and as he puts it, “wacko.” He discusses the different views of success and what success means to him, his elaborate dreams and ideas, as well as his origins and inspirations.
Jim C. is an active artist within New York since the 80s. He began experimenting with video art and dark- room photography and now has progressed, due to technological advances, to working with computers to make his video art. He discusses some of his projects, such as “The Dance of the Apocalypse” video he presented, the software he experiments and creates art, as well as the influence his audience has on his art.
Laura Thomas is a musician. She discusses her inspirations for writing music, equivocating the process to being possessed by a demon, the ups and downs of making music, as well as the many different places she has performed.