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Another Uncut Podcast. In this episode, I am chatting with artist, Henrik Uldalen in London.
Henrik answers your questions on a variety of subjects.
To find out more about Henrik and his work go to:
Referenced in this episode
Henrik’s medium recipe.
1kg Wax, 1 Litre turpentine, 1 Litre damar varnish.
1. Melt the wax (not over open flames)
2. pour the turpentine
3. pour the Dammar.
Mix well and let it rest until it gets cold.
Here is the trailer for the David Lynch Documentary – The Art Life
Here is the Charlie Kaufmann Lecture
Here is the YouTube video about 100 hours in the dark
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