AUDIO: BURNAWAY at DBF / Lilly Lampe and Suzanne Mozes

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Suzanne Mozes, left, and Lilly Lampe.
Suzanne Mozes, left, and Lilly Lampe.

In the spirit of our newest print edition, BURNAWAY #2: Exchange, we asked pairs of artists and art professionals to engage in conversations on various topics at our booth at the Decatur Book Festival. We’ll be presenting edited versions of these in the coming weeks.

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Writers Lilly Lampe, who has contributed to such publications as Art in America, Paris Review Daily, The Village Voice, and BURNAWAY, and Suzanne Mozes, founder of Storybuilding, a creative writing class series in Atlanta, and the recently launched Saturday morning free writing series Under/Over/On, discuss what attracted them to writing art criticism, their influences, the role of art criticism today, and the benefits of being a writer in Atlanta.

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