#247: Keep the Nihilist in the Closet

#246: If I Start This, Then I’ll Have To Finish It

#245: A Higher Form of Noise

© Kurt William Kamka

We’re starting out the new year discussing transformation — specifically, the transformation that seems to be an essential component to making art with a capital ‘A.’ To help with the discussion, we’re using a terrific Netflix documentary series that traces the foundations and evolution of Hip Hop that brilliantly exemplifies transformation at work. Through interviews and archival footage, we see the origin story that took hip hop from back alleys and front rooms in the Bronx to stadiums all over the world. Kurt William Kamka is our Photographer of the Week.

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Kurt William Kamka

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#244: That’s the Arrow That Got Through

#243: Can You Make the Logo Bigger?