So last winter I had a chance to speak onstage with photographer and printmaker Carol Munder about her work, Etruscan figurines, her time in Key West, and a few other subjects. It was part of the Friends of the Key West Library lecture series.
Munder is one of my favorite artists, as well as one of my favorite people to talk to, so I loved putting this together. The first four-and-a half minutes are an audio recording which segue into a video of the rest of the talk. It's a handheld phone video, so it has a nice Cinéma vérité/Zapruder film quality to it. But the important thing is getting to listen to Carol talk.
You can see some of her work on her website: carolmunder.com
You can read a piece I wrote about Munder and her work here at the Miami Rail.