Account & Lists Account Returns & Orders. James manages to bring that experience into the frame of an artwork. Irby also co-hosted the live lit show Guts and Glory in Chicago with Keith Ecker until 2015, when the show ended its run. Anyway, back to Long Island City and Sam and I experiencing this incredible light. For Sam and me, we got more and more messed up the longer we stayed in that room. Irby also co-hosted the live lit show Guts and Glory in Chicago with Keith Ecker until 2015, when the show ended its run.In 2016 FX announced that they had purchased the television rights to Irby's 2013 memoir Meaty and her blog, with the intent to adapt them into a series. When humor writer Samantha Irby lost both of her parents at 18, she developed the perfect coping mechanism: finding the absurd in everything. Samantha Irby: This is what happens when you bring dumb people to look at art. Samantha Irby: I'm like what is this, science? “Meeting” is just a plain room with wooden angled benches lining the outside so you can lean back and look up at the ceiling. Abbi: I just asked this to the curator, I don't know. But in James's case it actually just uses the world as it is. Samantha Irby: With some sad music like I would really. And to fully appreciate it, you have to go and experience it. Sam, your color makes me totally different too, man. But it’s just like, it’s the light in the room. So the minute I got home, I was like, PUMP SOME SHOWS DIRECTLY INTO MY LARGEST VEIN. If you’re driving do not close you’re eyes. In, warm, insightful, often funny conversations, Kate talks with people about what they've learned in dark times. The horizontal sides are blue and the vertical sides are red. Flavin Judd: No. Flavin Judd grew up here in this house, surrounded by all this beautiful incredible art. Hey, it's Abbi. In this episode, we’re going to be talking about artists who didn’t just use light in their work. Abbi: Do you have any idea what we’re looking at? Visitor: It’s bright, it’s colorful, it’s a door. You guys have to come and see this. Flavin Judd: Both Don and Dan Flavin began as painters, and their art evolved out of their desire to do something more radical. Samantha Irby:  So now the room is like crazy like egg yolk yellow and the sky is turquoise. Like a pink hot pink makes the sky color totally different. And at sunset, the LED lights inside the room come on and slowly change color. Samantha Irby: Some like real twinkly sad music. Like how does he know that this will have this effect? Turrell’s work is immersive, mind-blowing, deeply moving -- and made entirely of light. Abbi: Well this is nuts. And just like that, HBO Max's "Sex and the City" revival has a writers' room, including Samantha Irby, Rachna Fruchbom and Keli Goff. A deep, rich purple and it's starting to push it's own way in. I think museums are many compromises at once. Now you have yellow and orange and pink and just there, over on the right, purple. Yeah. When in the history of the universe has real life ever been better than what could be found on TV? Abbi: So there are these lights like on on the top of this wood big wood bench like area and they change according to the sunset every day like the timing of the sunset. I don’t know, it’s so beautiful. Like is he also a scientist? Or do you know? Were you ever worried about that kind of thing? Follow along with recs (and share your own via DM) on … Because it’s so beautiful in here and everything is so clearly placed in a specific way. The funniest person on earth, Samantha Irby! It’s a chair. In her popular long-running blog, bitches gotta eat, Samantha Irby offers raw, humorous takes on her sometimes difficult personal life, pop culture, and, of course, food. Samantha McKiver Irby (born February 13, 1980) is an American comedian, author, and blogger. So another artist who’s well known for using light was Dan Flavin. Like pink. I mean but if you were in here like by yourself with like --. You can see pictures of the stuff we talked about today on our website apieceofworkpodcast.org. Samantha Irby's latest book, Wow, No Thank You is out now and available to order here. Cart So he designed this whole thing so the light changes and really changes the way the sky looks. Peter: That's I think that's exactly right and that's how he likes to think about it. [FX: some tonal shift here to indicate color change]. Samantha Irby is an author, comedian, and blogger. — Samantha Irby is the author of Wow, No Thank You., as well as Meaty, We Are Never Meeting in Real Life., and New Year, Same Trash. Samantha Irby is an author, comedian, and blogger. Abbi: Are you ready for what is about to go down? Thanks to Sam Irby, Flavin Judd, and Peter Eleey. Samantha Irby: Oh my God. And today, I’m gonna take you to two of the best places to experience it. OK, if you’re driving again, please do not. Abbi: I feel like I might freak out. Here Are 8 Intriguing Ways. I wanna show you something. Abbi: Oh my god so we’re walking into the room. OK, so bear with me for a second: Donald Judd and Dan Flavin were good friends. It’s actually very jarring at first because the fresh air seeps into the room and you’re not quite sure what’s going on. Smart, edgy, hilarious, and unabashedly raunchy New York Times best-selling author Samantha Irby explodes in her uproarious first collection of essays.Irby laughs her way through tragicomic mishaps, neuroses, and taboos as she struggles through adulthood: chin hairs, depression, bad sex, failed relationships, masturbation, taco feasts, inflammatory bowel disease, and more. And I just kept thinking how strange it must be to have your childhood home turned into a museum, everything preserved the way it looked when you grew up there. Samantha Irby: Yeah. Generally speaking, the bigger the hexagon is, the more valuable Samantha Irby networth should be … But when you think about it, what were Sam and I experiencing? It’s completely wide open and that was one of Donald Judd’s rules: no internal walls breaking up the space. I think sometimes you just settle for the light fixtures the apartment came with and we forget all the ways color and light can transform our mood and experience. Abbi: And you would use--I know, but do you know what I mean? In your head. Over on the far left I want you to imagine the color yellow. Abbi: It’s really great. Kate and Samantha have a wide-ranging conversation about topics like grieving their Sweet Valley High life dreams, and how losing your … And it makes the sky outside look like it’s changing color, too. Updated daily with the latest episodes So close your eyes. The longer you sit with it, which the setting of the sun encourages you to do, just like watching a sunset on a beach, you know, you want to stop what you're doing and sit there and watch the color of the sky change. Hello, Sign in. She had no idea what she was in for. Abbi: I know, but I have to keep asking. Oh. Samantha Irby. I loved hearing her speak on this podcast! I didn’t even mean to make a pun there. Peter broke it down a little bit for me. As a homely person, t… Samantha McKiver Irby (born February 13, 1980) is an American comedian, author, and blogger. what would they take. Share this on Facebook (Opens in a new window), Share this on Twitter (Opens in a new window), A Piece of Work host Abbi Jacobson is awed by James Turrell's light instillation, 'Meeting'. It takes something out of the world so that we can focus on it. Kate teaches at Duke Divinity School and is author of "Everything Happens for a Reason (And Other Lies I've Loved)." This is really bananas. Abbi: It's it's an opening in the roof. Disclamer: Samantha Irby net worth are calculated by comparing Samantha Irby's influence on Google, Wikipedia, Youtube, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook with anybody else in the world. The Voice I was just out of town for a week and I didn't take my computer because I tricked myself into believing that I wanted to be "in the moment," which is honestly a phrase I don't actually understand. All designed by Flavin’s dad. Sam and I are up in Long Island City in Queens, at a space for contemporary art called MoMA PS1. Listen to Samantha Irby and 274 more episodes by Anna Faris Is Unqualified, free! So this is the first time I’m seeing a Dan Flavin inside a home being used as a light. Abbi: Ok I have a question about the Flavin, just a very light question. — Brandon Taylor is the author of Real Life. And do they cover up the hole every night? I mean it all looks so fucking nuts. And you know what? Author of the first #GeeThanksBookClub read, Wow, No Thank You, is here to talk about all things butts, lotion, and what she’s watching on tv. It's a big collaboration with him and everything else. Abbi: Yeah. Abbi: When you guys went to bed, you’d just flip a switch? It's like big. Judd  bought this building at 101 Spring Street in SoHo back when it was still just a handful of artists and a bunch of old industrial spaces, and he got Dan Flavin to install some of his original light pieces right in his house. And Don was not a big fan of museums because of that. * Many of you will have been as appalled as we are by the recent tragic news from America and the homicide of … Except, when you look at the ceiling there’s a perfectly cut rectangle that’s open to the sky. Flavin Judd: The art world in New York in the late 60s, early 70s, was very small, it was all downtown, almost everybody knew each other, everybody was hanging out. Abbi: It looks like it's a projected on the ceiling. Abbi: Welcome to New York baby, we’re showing you the sights and the sounds! Samantha Irby: Yeah this is crazy. And it also makes me think about the way I use light in my home. and I want you to imagine a single color. — Matt Ortile is the author of The Groom Will Keep His Name. Comedian and author Samantha Irby joins us this week on The Upgrade to talk about how to make yourself comfortable with self-quarantine. I have stayed up many a night reading and re-reading her books and had that “tears of hysterical laughter rolling down my face” experience too many times to count. Abbi: OK. / I know when that hotline bling / That can only mean one thing. Abbi: A couple years ago, I used to live in Astoria and I would come here for the parties and then go into the museum. We had instructions: don’t run through the art, but otherwise, it was not a big deal. Samantha Irby's latest book, Wow, No Thank You is out now and available to order here. And they fill the room with this kind of eerie glow. Samantha Irby: This was the most incredible thing I've ever seen. I’m speaking for the people. [laughs]. He studied perceptual psychology in college, and all of his art is kind of like a giant experiment in our perception of color. EPISODE 4: SAMANTHA IRBY GETS HIGH ON LIGHT. [laughter] But like what I was saying about how when you put different colors next to each other they like completely change the one color -- just like people. Abbi: It’s very practical. OK, I just wanna say that the day Sam and I did this it had been an extremely long day for me. She runs the blog bitches gotta eat, where she writes posts about her personal life and events. The colors are blending and mixing and making all kinds of different shades. Abbi: Yeah. Support Death, Sex & Money by becoming a sustaining m…, ...Well, ok, so that's what happened to me with, ...Wow, No Thank You is the most recent essay collection from the hilarious and charming. Why were we feeling things? The way single notes combine and mix and make chords and music and songs and symphonies. Peter: He's figured out, I mean his craft over many years has been to tune how we experience light and space inside of our bodies in relation to all of these tools and levers that he has to elicit those kinds of responses from us. Deadline announced today that Irby (along with Rachna Fruchbom, Keli Goff, … Samantha Irby is the BEST!! So instead, I want you to imagine something. This includes finding the right TV shows to binge-watch (she has a recommendation or two), the right books to escape with, and the right foods to cook while you huddle up at home. Samantha Irby: I'm Doing My Best (Life Now) November 10, 2020 • Though magazines and movie stars try to convince us otherwise, we aren't all living our BEST LIFE NOW. I would cry. The first line of a recent Los Angeles Times profile of comedian and author Samantha Irby says it all: She is “not shy about her shortcomings.”. And he began as a painter as well? Samantha Irby: Guys we should get real fucked up and come do this again. There are no people there, no objects, just the color pink, filling everything. Abbi: Were you nervous? Abbi: Selfies. Irby's new essay collection is Wow, No Thank You.She says it was inspired by moving … You can send them to books@nytimes.com. He's not actually taking something and sticking it on the wall. Upstairs, in the bedroom, is the piece of art by Dan Flavin I came to see. So, funny Sam should ask, because it turns out, Turrell kind of is a scientist. And it's breezy in here. I mean for real. Samantha Irby: No, that’s cause my tear ducts are all dried up. Samantha talks about her unlikely road to becoming a writer, dealing with anxiety in a thriving career, her favorite cream blush, and how she can't stop buying candles. Flavin... Judd. Abbi: This is like you don't need drugs. Then they chat with Samantha Irby, NY Times bestselling author of We Are Never Meeting In Real Life and Meaty, and creator of the blog Bitches Gotta Eat. But on the other hand, I’m totally in awe of the beauty of each unique object and where it’s placed and how everything is designed in a very specific, functional and beautiful way. So when Donald Judd had a son he decided to name him Flavin. Flavin Judd: It’s yeah, yeah, the light, the light is very different and it’s pretty amazing, yeah. Not only is she a brilliant, hilarious and perspicacious essayist (she has published three collections, the latest of which, Wow, No Thank You, entered the New York Times bestseller list at number one) but … We’ll never sell your personal information. Abbi: If I were in here by myself, I don’t know what would happen. But really true guys it really is true. Ah, what a day, what a girl, what a day. [MUSIC: single tone -- starts soft and slowly, slowly fades up]. That’s just the way it goes. It’s a series of tall squares—8 feet by 8 feet—and they’re made out of super basic fluorescent tubes. We talk today with Samantha about her new book, how she pitches her collections, and what sort of mood she strikes … This is what I want my room to look like. Peter: You’d come for the parties but stay for the art. No signup or install needed. You know, and when he got to do his own house Don could do whatever he wanted, and he took a lot more care in doing his house than a museum curator is going to do in a show that’s only up for three months. Imagine that a light, beautiful pink is all that you can see. Abbi: I agree, but I would be worried about putting something. There's a plane going through. It's like is like when things were changing and when it started to look opaque like I like felt that. Maybe save this one for later. Kate is a young mother, writer and professor who, at age 35, was suddenly diagnosed with Stage IV cancer. Turns out, light can really mess with your eyes! Samantha Irby is an author, comedian, and blogger. Samantha Irby: Well, yeah if you like unfocus your eyes. ...It's a book filled episode as Tobin and Kathy chat with authors, ...The bestselling writer reflects on her sense of pride, and why she's got no problem going back to an hourly job "the minute it feels like this is over." Well, ok, so that's what happened to me with Samantha Irby. Samantha Irby Podcasts 29 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Samantha Irby. Life isn't always bright and shiny, as Kate Bowler knows. There’s a giant table, super simple and elegant, surrounded by these perfect minimalist chairs. And it pretty much blows my mind. And our brains respond to those tricks in surprising ways. The second floor is where they had their kitchen and dining room. [MUSIC: “Hotline Bling”] Drake: You used to call me on my cell phone / Late night when you need my love. Smart, edgy, hilarious, and unabashedly raunchy New York Times best-selling author Samantha Irby explodes in her uproarious first collection of essays.Irby laughs her way through tragicomic mishaps, neuroses, and taboos as she struggles through adulthood: chin hairs, depression, bad sex, failed relationships, masturbation, taco feasts, inflammatory bowel disease, and more. Samantha Irby: Yeah. — Brandon Taylor is the author of Real Life. And as I’m walking around, I can see that people lived here. Turrell takes the technology available to him--like color-changing LEDs -- and uses them to manipulate how we perceive what we see. That’s the coolest--. It kind of looks like he’s floating. Samantha Irby, Rachna Fruchbom, Keli Goff, Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky have joined the writing team for HBO Max’s limited series reboot of Sex and the City. It’s on the corner of Spring and Mercer--it’s got five floors, with massive windows along the walls, so for an apartment in the city it’s got the most incredible light. So I asked Peter Eleey, who’s the curator of MoMA PS1: how does this thing work? Today 101 Spring Street is home to the Judd Foundation. A bright, totally yellow, yellow. Help us reach our fundraising goal! Abbi: I feel like it won’t go in my apartment. Peter: When you go to a museum you often see on the on the label on the wall something that describes that this is an oil painting on canvas or a sculpture in marble. It really feels like an optical illusion. Donald Judd made that aspect of art part of his everyday life. Abbi: Just because I heard that that's the thing. Every house should look like this, no? She talks with Anna about her latest book Wow, No Thank You, why she doesn't read reviews, what it’s like to see her books in store windows when, to be honest, the value of optimism, the mayor of Kalamazoo, and the best ice-cream in the country. I’m Abbi Jacobson and this is A Piece of Work. Photo: Vulture and Eva Blue Bookseller One Grand Books has asked celebrities to name the ten titles they’d take to a desert island, and it’s shared the results with Vulture. Do you can we lay on the floor? It's a book filled episode as Tobin and Kathy chat with authors Samantha Irby and Brandon Taylor. Their work is made of light. Because they almost never did what they were supposed to do which was to show the artwork in its best light. Of course. Donald Judd had his studio here, and he and his family lived on the other floors. And in this case James often just says light. There were always not-well-meaning desires at play, politics, lots of things. Abbi: So, growing up, would you sit on this? Colored light in a room with a hole in the ceiling? Now over on the far left— are your eyes still closed? It’s a door between this side and another side. Meagan Good. Lots of artists play with colors and perception and light in just this way. Interview: Samantha Irby, Author Of 'Wow, No Thank You.' She runs the blog bitches gotta eat, where she writes posts about … Samantha Irby - Top podcast episodes Visitor: It reminds me if you walk through you’re going to like this mega rave kind of thing, that’s what I would imagine. Abbi: The color that he uses, yeah, I feel like, well, I feel like, this piece is probably completely different at night in here. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Samantha Irby, often where they are interviewed. If they didn't people would like sneak in here. She talks with Anna about her latest book Wow, No Thank You, why she doesn’t read reviews, what it’s like to see her books in store windows when, to be honest, the value of optimism, the mayor of Kalamazoo, and the best ice-cream in the country. Flavin Judd: It’s a house.

Though magazines and movie stars try to convince us otherwise, we aren’t all living our BEST LIFE NOW. You can't steal anything in here, yeah. Abbi: It just seems, that just seems so--I don’t know. There’s actually no glass or anything covering it. I didn't do anything other than wish I had my laptop and watch sports on the hotel television. Much has been made of the fact that Samantha will not be appearing in And Just Like That…, the HBO Max reboot of Sex and the City, but luckily, the show will have a Samantha behind the scenes—Samantha Irby.In addition to her TV writing work, Irby has written four books, most recently Wow, No Thank You. Abbi brings her friend the hilarious essayist Samantha Irby to MoMA PS1 to see one of the trippiest works they’ve ever experienced: “Meeting” by James Turrell. So you guys remember the video for “Hotline Bling?” It’s just Drake singing and sort-of dancing inside a blank room where the light is constantly changing color. Samantha Irby: Yeah you guys need to see this. [laughter] It’s blue again -- it’s back to almost --. So a lot of. Cottagecore, Covidism & Other Lockdown Theories; Plus, An Author Special with, How Do Podcasts Make Money in 2021? And we’re inside of this piece called “Meeting” by James Turrell. — Samantha Irby is the author of Wow, No Thank You., as well as Meaty, We Are Never Meeting in Real Life., and New Year, Same Trash. The building is really something. Samantha Irby Talks About ‘Wow, No Thank You’ ... We would love to hear your thoughts about this episode, and about the Book Review’s podcast in general. Abbi: This green right now is like making this look like a projection right. So the next artist we’re gonna talk about used just totally normal, everyday lights from the hardware store to drastically change the way we feel in a space and almost create these portals to another dimension. She runs the blog bitches gotta eat, where she writes posts about her personal life and events. She talks with Anna about her latest book Wow, No Thank You, why she doesn't read reviews, what it’s like to see her books in store windows when, to be honest, the value of optimism, the mayor of Kalamazoo, and the best ice-cream in the country. That the material of the work his light itself. I love it. This was a lot more feelings than I anticipated having. I took my friend the writer Samantha Irby to see this mind-exploding work of art. Her extraordinary essay, My Mother, My Daughter is available to read for free online here . And now when I watch it back it’s so there. There's a brilliant, beautiful, light orange where the two colors come together. He's cutting a hole in the wall so that we have access to this thing that we otherwise don't think about. It's starting to fill up the left side and it's pushing against the pink. Peter: It does this very interesting sleight of hand that a lot of great art does. Samantha Irby: So, what is this, what is it like made of? Samantha Irby + Brandon Taylor By WNYC Studios. Abbi: I think they must, yeah. [laughs]. I swear I'm not stoned but I'm about to make the stonerest just the stoneriest comment. It's hard to intelligently describe what's happening. It was an incredible group of men and women who had very radical ideas and were doing amazing work and I don’t think we’ve even started to explore all of the work that was done then and has largely been forgotten. Many of you will have been as appalled as we are by the recent tragic news from America and the homicide of … And to see Dan Flavin’s work in a particularly cool setting, I went to the house of one of his buddies, the artist Donald Judd. That's what the criminals of today do. And if you like the show why not leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts. The way it’s just completely open, the kitchen, and... Flavin Judd: Each floor had to be wide open. Samantha Irby: Thanks for having me here. Growing up, what if you spilled something? And I was ready to relax and let loose. There's a lot of what James accomplishes with these kinds of works that's a kind of metaphysical magic. Samantha McKiver Irby (born February 13, 1980) is an American comedian, author, and blogger. ~ TheStacksPodcast Wow, No Thank You is the most recent essay collection from the hilarious and charming Samantha Irby. Flavin Judd: Yeah. They run along the windows the whole length of the building. The show is a co-production of WNYC Studios and MoMA. Samantha Irby: Your color enhances my color. : ) thank you Amy Schumer. His specialty is making these immersive spaces full of colorful light. I know I’m never going to look at a sunset the same way again. Abbi: This light in here is making the sky turquoise. And he's my guide today. ‎Samantha Irby is here! They sneak in places and they take selfies. And that’s A PIece of Work, I’m Abbi Jacobson. So I didn’t realize that Drake was influenced by Turrell. But I know, I know, this is a podcast so I can't actually show you. Her extraordinary essay, My Mother, My Daughter is available to read for free online here. Flavin Judd: I mean, I think there’s a big difference. I did. Abbi: It's incredible in here.

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