5 clips from my podcast interview with visual + sound artist Daniel Fiorda

Last week, I interviewed visual and sound artist Daniel Fiorda, who specializes in sculpture. One of his most fascinating projects is titled Archeology of the 20th Century, and transforms objects of recent memory into archeological finds of the future.

Here are five clips from our conversation, recorded for Matt’s Art Chat, my weekly series of podcasts on the arts featuring creators, curators and art lovers from all over the world. (To listen to the full podcast with Daniel Fiorda, scroll to the bottom of the page.)

What did the art scene in Miami look like in the ’90s?

Daniel Fiorda talks his formative education and how he became a self-taught artist.

Daniel Fiorda talks about his fascinating series, Archeology of the 20th Century.

Making art out of objects that some would consider as trash.

Daniel Fiorda talks about his work in music with his experimental group, Unheard of Music.

Check out the full podcast with Daniel Fiorda via one of the players below. To find out more about him, visit his website: http://danielfiorda.com/.

Written by Matt Micucci

I'm an international journalist, reporter, website editor and content creator. I actively work for JAZZIZ Magazine and FRED Film Radio, collaborate with other websites and curate my own projects, including IN ARTE MATT and CineCola. I have also curated and produced my series of films in Galway, Ireland, and photo exhibition and arts events in various European countries. I have a working class background and have and have a postgrad degree in Film Theory + a BA in Film & TV.

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