One of Miami’s finest daughters, artist and filmmaker Jillian Mayer, currently has a solo exhibition called “Post Posture” up at Postmasters Gallery here in New York through March 31st. In the middle of her chaotic schedule in town this week, we managed to schedule some time to sit down and catch up. I’ve know Jillian for five years now and think the world of her as both an artist and a friend. We discussed her “Slumpies” sculptures currently on view, the Singularity, taking psychedelics at amusement parks, doomsday prepping and whether the rich will survive the end times, her involvement with the nonprofit Borscht Corp film collective, speaking tangentially, making tech-based art that’s actually emotional, and a whole lot more. We’re sponsored this week by angry college art history professors who take to YouTube to whine that people don’t carve shit out of marble any longer, how your attitude influences the way your life might go if you’re a cowboy or a filmmaker, Kentucky Fried Chicken’s Dunked Wings, sex as an innovation, and how gracefully the Futurist Manifesto has aged. The outro song is "Mega Mega Upload," a total fucking banger from Jillian's #Postmodem film.