Tabula Rasa: A Conversation with Kajahl

That Kajahl was looking at a painting from 1573 as we conducted this interview says a lot about his process and the history is looking into. He speaks of the art canon, the A-sides of art history as you will, but he is digging deep into the B-sides, the forgotten parts of the canon that are just as illustrious as the paintings we see in books throughout the centuries. On the occassion of his solo show, Tabula Rasa, on view now at Richard Heller Gallery, we spoke the Santa Cruz artist about time, artifacts and assemblages. 

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