From Episode 95 of the podcast, “Keep the Channel Open,” hosted by Mike Sakasegawa:

Robert Calafiore is a photographer based in West Hartford, CT. Robert’s photographic practice involves building elaborate sets around male nudes or mid-century modern glassware, then photographing them using a hand-built pinhole camera. The resulting images are stunningly colorful and each print is one-of-a-kind. In our conversation, Robert and I talked about his creative process, the depiction of the male figure in art history, the place of vulnerability in masculinity, and the immigrant story behind his glass work. Then in the second segment, Robert and I talked about the phenomenon of de-skilling and what it might mean for the future of humanity.

(Conversation recorded July 23, 2019.)

Listen to the podcast here

Browse all of Robert Calafiore’s work at ClampArt