Ingrid Calame discusses her art process in her studio and in the field. She traces on the LA River and discusses tracing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and ArcelorMittal Steel Factory.
Calame discusses her joy of tracing on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in this short trailer for her exhibition at the IMA.
Calame shares her experience of tracing on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and making the work for her solo exhibition at the IMA.
Calame discusses her residency at the Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo NY where she and a team of assistants traced ArcelorMittal Steel Factory, Perry Street Projects abandoned Wading Pool, the River Wright abandoned Grain Silos and the Albright Knox Parking lot. Film by Tom Loonan.
Calame discussses her exhibition "Step on a Crack Break Your Mother's Back"at Frith Street Gallery based on tracings from a steel factory, an abandoned wading pool and tarred over cracks in Buffalo NY. Filmed by Toby Kress
Calame discusses making a pigment pounce drawing, color pencil drawings and oil paintings. She walks through her exhibition at the MMA in 2010.
Calame discusses creating a site specific pounce wall drawing "LA River at Clearwater Street" for this museum mid-career retrospective.
Calame discusses her rubbing drawings taken from around Leimert Park which will be transfered to glass for the new Leimert Park Subway Station, LA,