from PBS for The Curiosity Cabinet, this website is about Muniz's piece Sugar Children
interview with Muniz for PBS' Egg, the Arts Show
CNN video about the landfill employees Muniz worked with in the documentary, Waste Land
about the landfill employees Muniz worked with in the documentary, Waste Land
website from Visual Artists and Galleries (VAGA), NY
Bomb magazine interview with Muniz (BOMB 73, Fall 2000)
- NYTimes.com article
interview with graphic novel author and illustrator Alison Bechdel
With the exception of household names, most people in the creative arts need a day job to make ends meet. But should artists have to work or should they be supported by the state?
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