On Sunday, I hopped the Long Island Rail Road bound for East Hampton to visit artist David Kennedy Cutler at “Off Season,” his ambitious exhibition-in-progress with Halsey McKay that’s broadcasting his efforts 24/7 via live stream. We smoked some beers, ate pizza at a place called Sam’s, toured around the space, and recorded a bonus episode of the podcast right inside the installation. I also stayed the night and was sufficiently creeped out by the four convincing clones he’s made of himself that populate the show. On this episode, we talked about artifice, artistic labor, the socioeconomic issues that “Off Season” addresses, whether or not Joseph Beuys borrowed liberally from Charlie Chaplin’s Gold Rush, the complicated history of the Hamptons, his recent solo show “1:1” at Derek Eller last summer, the Uncanny Valley, and stumbling into horror by attempting approximation. Then, David gave me a little audio tour of the show that rounds out the episode. To see a live feed of what he’s describing, visit Halsey McKay’s website here. And, if you’re curious, read my review of “1:1” at Derek Eller from this past summer.