Co-curators Claire Wolf Krantz and Othello Anderson along with artist Hamza Walker plan the layout of their upcoming exhibition at the Spertus Museum of Judaica, "Bridges and Boundaries: Chicago Crossings."
0:04Copy video clip URL Hamza Walker and Claire Wolf Krantz discuss the layout and positioning of he and Esther Parada’s collaborative piece, while Krantz makes evident her anxiety about the fact that some artists have yet to deliver their work.
5:45Copy video clip URL “I know what all the Jewish artists’ work looks like in general, so at least I have some concept of what I could be dealing with, but I really have no idea of what some of the Black artists’ work looks like… [I’m] feeling sort of at a loss right now,” Krantz admits.
7:24Copy video clip URL Walker does his best to ease Krantz’ mind by illustrating for her the content and layout of Kerry James Marshall’s pieces for the show.
9:33Copy video clip URL Walker and Krantz talk about the role of space in their creative processes before going on to continue discussing possible spaces for Hamza’s pieces.
14:27Copy video clip URL Othello Anderson joins the conversation about the show’s layout and rogue artists.
21:45Copy video clip URL The curators decide to unwrap all the delivered work to help conceptualize the layout and get a feel for how the pieces work with one another.
23:18Copy video clip URL Othello Anderson leaves artist John Rozelle a message asking him to deliver his pieces.