To imagine, place and understand Florence Hasard artistically and psychologically in the context of 1930s Wisconsin and to weave her story seamlessly into the local history, a number of professionals kindly shared their knowledge in video-interviews about Florence’s work and life.

During my first site-visit in summer 2017, Karen Patterson and Amy Horst of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center introduced me to these individuals and I explained my project to them. The final interviews below, were conducted by the curators Karen Patterson and Faythe Levine in collaboration with the staff of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.