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Episode 9: Penny Slinger

Penny Slinger sits down with us to discuss multimedia as cross-fertilization, the changing fashions of art and digital collage, the danger of the addiction to “Like”s and the power in choosing our own worth, hidden artists, tantric book burnings, the expression of the feminine, and Frida Kahlo’s ruthless honesty.

Penny Slinger (b. 1947, London, UK) is a Los Angeles-based artist who has been exploring feminism, eroticism and mysticism in her art for over fifty years. At the end of the 1960s, she decided to become her own muse and has embodies that concept over her long artistic career. Her early work was inspired by Surrealism, she went on to study and incorporate Tantra into her life and work. She continues to work in many mediums including collage, photography, drawing, sculpture/assemblage, performance arts and video, focusing on the liberation of the feminine. She is currently represented by Blum and Poe, LA and Richard Saltoun, UK.