Collected here are different interviews, webinars, and videos.
In November 2020, I participated in a panel discussion organized by Sosiologi14. The discussion was intended to be a look back my 2017 exhibition and publication, Identity Crisis: Reflections on Public and Private life in Contemporary Javanese Photography. Organized by Javanese writer and curator Aminudin TH Siregar, the discussion included moderator Ni Nyoman Vidhyasuri Utami, myself, and three of the artists included in the exhibition at the Johnson Museum - Wimo Ambala Bayang, Deden Durahman, and Arum Tresnaningtyas Dayuputri. Primarily conducted in Bahasa Indonesia, the discussion is available above or on YouTube.
In August 2020, I was invited by the Voice of America Indonesia to give an interview about my coming book on the history of photography in Indonesia. The interview is only available in Bahasa Indonesia, and is found here (pictured above, a Claire Holt research notebook from the Cornell Rare and Manuscript Collection).
In early 2020, I was contacted by Jiazazhi Books in China to help with research on an exhibition about Southeast Asian photography books. As part of the exhibition, I was interviewed about my work in Indonesia, included above.
A video documentation of a 2020 webinar with ISI Yogyakarta and Charles Fox of Catfish Books.
Click here for a 2017 interview with the Ithaca Times about my book with Oxford University Press, Alternate Processes in Photography: Technique, History and Creative Potential.
This is a recording of a performance I did with the Cornell Gamelan Ensemble in 2013. I have been playing gamelan on and off since 1992.
An important part of my early education in music and the arts was playing and performing with composer Stephen Scott and the Colorado College Bowed Piano Ensemble