Jeremy Hight: “I’m Always Conceptual But I’m Super Literal”

Jeremy Hight: “I’m Always Conceptual But I’m Super Literal”

This is my interview with Jeremy Hight, conducted by Skype on 16 March 2018.

This program is sponsored by LivBar, J Jean Portraits, & Peggy’s Vegan Hot Sauce. For more information about our sponsors, follow the link.

 

Topics Include:

The Ghost in You,  music and writing, art and weather, discovering conceptual art, absorbing philosophy as a kid, discovering the relationship between music and making art, making music, playing in a tribal speed metal band, playing in Snail (SF punk band), hanging out at radio stations, making digital and augmented reality art, inventing locative narrative, GPS Narrative, 34 North 118 West, writing art textbooks, experimental electronic literature, his use of social media narrative, impermanence in performative literature, Poems Made From Gifs, trying to ‘break’ social media, Tech Theorist, realizing that he’s a writer, writing short stories quickly (I Am The Ghost Here), Lisa’s cameo, the perils of trying to hit a creative home run, What Remains, the inspiration of classical music, more about The Ghost In You, being bad at school as a kid, taking on writing challenges, music and meteorology and papers that were almost written.

The Call Is Coming From Inside The Podcast! (Ghost Stories Part I) (#71)

(Jeremey’s call during one of our Halloween shows to talk about his experiences with Ghosts.)

Episode 39

(And explanation of what happened to his previous appearance on the show, and how it slowly degraded over time.)

 

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