Wednesday, October 24, 2012

The Porter Square Podcast, Episode 7: Jeremy Geddes - Exhale

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Jason Yarmosky, Adam Miller, and Martin Wittfooth sit down for a conversation with painter Jeremy Geddes, whose solo exhibition exhale opened on October 20th at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York City. We discuss Jeremy's show, his inspirations, painting process, and thoughts behind the work, and other topics. exhale show runs through November 17th, 2012.
*please note that in a certain spot in the podcast Jeremy refers to a styrofoam construction that he created as an aid to his image reference, which he is sending us an image of. As this episode is going live the same night as the recording, there will be a delay in posting this image until Jeremy is back home in Melbourne from where he'll be able to send it to us. To see the pic, please check back in about a week.

Intro music: "The Last Honeymoon" by Aderbat.

The Street, oil on board.

A Perfect Vacuum, oil on board.

Pale Memory, oil on board.

Begin Again, oil on board.

Miserere 3, oil on board.


  1. Kind of bummed about not seeing some pics of Jeremy's setups.

  2. Thank you so much for having Jeremy, I'm a great fan of his work and it was really nice to get his insight on his work. I could totally relate to the point where you talked about looking at a particular painting and it retakes you back to a particular song or thought or audiobook you were listening to while painting that part. Its really strange! :)

    Thanks again.

  3. Any chance that you guys have the episode hosted somewhere else? I can't find any working source.