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NMAS 008: AS HAS IT
As Has It is a collection of interviews, photographs, and field recordings captured throughout central Appalachia between May 2015 and July 2019. These documents explore the connections between vernacular culture, landscape, and contemporary life in central Appalachia.
As Has It features interviews with Kelley Breiding, Dom Flemons, John Haywood, Billy C. Hurt Jr., Erynn Marshall & Carl Jones, Frank Newsome, Kinney Rorrer, Ada Smith, Emily Spencer, Martha Spencer, Betty Vornbrock and Earl White; and is accompanied by two CD’s of field recordings by Josh Bearman, Bonnie Bond, Eddie Bond, Debbie Bramer, Kelley Breiding, Karen Carr, Wayne Dye, Dom Flemons, Trish Fore, Russell Griswald, John Haywood, Wayne Henderson, Donald Hill, Kevin Howard, Billy C. Hurt Jr., Chris Johnson, Minnie Lou Johnson, Carl Jones, Erynn Marshall, Rich Miller, Tom Mylet, Frank Newsome, Ethan Pardue, Hazel Pasley, Lucas Pasley, John Perry, Kinney Rorrer, Kyle Dean Smith, Emily Spencer, Kilby Spencer, Martha Spencer, Thornton Spencer, Robert Stowe, Kirk Sutphin, Janet Turner, Betty Vornbrock, Peco Watson, Earl White, and Chris Wolf.
Never Met A Stranger serves as a collaborative platform for the production of art and experimental media, a publisher of vernacular arts and culture, and an ongoing archive of field recordings, interviews, and documentary resources that collectively explore relationships between perception and representation, industry and environment, and landscape and culture that exist beyond the confines of mainstream media.
Never Met a Stranger is a collaboration between artists Jeremy Drummond and David Poolman.