Saturday, June 26, 2010

LET'S CRINGE!

Dusty Wright has posted a video interview with your Uncle Jim that he made at the Scott Eder Gallery last week. I can't watch it myself, but my manager says I have to post this link to it because, as he puts it, "So you're a jerk. So what? Promo is promo." Point taken.

31 Comments:

Blogger Stephen Johnson said...

Where 's the link jerk face?

10:36 AM  
Anonymous R DeVaney said...

Click on the words 'video interview'. The link text isn't a different color so it's not obvious.

11:02 AM  
Blogger thestallion said...

I really enjoyed it. Honest and unpretentious. The working giant pen sounds pretty neat.

6:45 AM  
Blogger Toby Goodshank said...

i thought that was real nice!

11:48 AM  
Blogger Jim Woodring said...

Hmm. The link should be purple. That's the way it looks here anyhow. Sorry for the confusion.

12:13 PM  
Blogger Aeron said...

I saw this picture of a dead frog surrounded by weird miniature humanoid things and thought of you..

http://i809.photobucket.com/albums/zz11/bukvoed/314758/img056.jpg

7:25 PM  
Anonymous Mark Landman said...

Jerk?!? I think not! Glad to seeing you looking good and doing well old friend!
Giant dip pens? yes indeed, back when I actually could draw a little, before the computer, a nice Gilotte nib was my favorite, but I never had the "chops" (or imagination) for a 5 foot version...
Best- Mark

8:37 PM  
Anonymous Stefan Jones said...

You did just fine.

8:44 PM  
Blogger beebe said...

Uncle Jimmy,

Congratulations on the interview. Unfortunately, the interviewer didn't seem to know very much about you or your work and kept trying to overlay his perceptions of the work on the interview--calling it "subversive," trying to tie the work to DC/Marvel, etc. I would hope someone that runs an arts interview show would do a little more research and ask questions that allow the artist to ruminate a little more. But, like your manager said, promo is promo.

It's summer friday here in Queens so I'm out of this sad office in 16 minutes. I'm going down to Scott Eder to look at the show this afternoon. I bought and love Weathercraft.

beebe

But your manager is correct: pu

8:45 AM  
Blogger Jim Woodring said...

I didn't mean to fault the interviewer, who was a nice guy. It's my performance that gets me down.

4:13 PM  
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I would hope someone that runs an arts interview show would do a little more research and ask questions that allow the artist to ruminate a little more. But, like your manager said, promo is promo.

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Really Nice one!! Honest and unpretentious. The working giant pen sounds pretty neat.

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It will leave your mouth agape. You might not even be able to watch. It just makes you cringe.the words 'video interview'.

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Interview was quite interesting but I would hope someone that runs an arts interview show would do a little more research.

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