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Broken Boxes Podcast

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Broken Boxes Podcast centers Indigenous artists, activist focused artists, Queer/Trans/NonBinary artists, women identifying artists, artists of color and mixed/lost/stolen heritage artists. This project does not support or promote any one human experience above of or instead of any other, and the ap… read more

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Episode 27. Interview with Rose B. Simpson

"I am realizing that everything that happened, happens, or will happen to me is my manifestation. Instead of feeling like a victim to my predicament, I actively take the initiative to become aware of it, and have the “tools” to deal with whatever comes my way, mostly because I am paying attention. When I pay close enough attention, I realize that I have what I need to deal with even the scariest and most intimidating of circumstances. These tools are not weapons, they are energy- represented in the piece by objects that have been made with intention, actively energized, and placed with vigilance." -Rose B. Simpson

Here is the conversation with Rose B. Simpson:

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Music featured on this episode:

  • "Truth Be Told" 2007, Rose B. Simpson with The Wake Singers
  • "Falling Forward" 2007, Rose B. Simpson with the Wake Singers, Lyrics by Cannupa Hanska Luger
  • "Dim Light" 2006, Rose B. Simpson with Chocolate Helicopter
  • "Mama" 2002, Rose B. Simpson with Ground Control, recorded by Taivas Degroff
  • "If you give me time" Rose B. Simpson with Garbage Pail Kidz, 2003 
  • "Movin' Thru" Rose B. Simpson with Mystic Vision, rec. by John Bento, 2006
  • "Eddy St." Rose B. Simpson 2010
  • "Lines" Rose B. Simpson with Juan Cruz, 2006
More about the artist:

Forgiveness. Rose B. Simpson

Rose B. Simpson was born in Santa Fe, NM, and raised among an extended family of artists in Santa Fe and Santa Clara Pueblo. Her mother; Roxanne Swentzell, a known ceramic sculptor within the Indigenous art world, and her father; Patrick Simpson, a contemporary artist in wood and metal introduced her to the art world at a young age. 

Of both Indigenous and Anglo descent, with art and philosophy primary in both families, she has pursued the pure expression of truth through many forms of art including sculpture, printmaking, drawing, creative writing, music, dance and most recently auto mechnics and paint. Her work often signifies the constant struggle between the two worlds that most modern Indigenous peoples survive through; traditional and the colonist perspective/assimilation. 

Learn more about the work of Rose on here website: www.rosebsimpson.com

"Maria". By Rose B. Simpson. Photo by Kate Russell

Adam. By Rose B. Simpson 2015

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