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Podcast: Art as play part 1

November 5, 2007

Originally broadcast Monday 05/11/07 4.30pm –
Clear spot: Art as play part 1

The first of two micro clear spots looking at the exhibition ‘Play’ currently on at The Cello Factory near Waterloo. Alex Fitch interviews curator Julia Alvarez & art collector Sara Pierce about the exhibtion which celebrates ineractivity and playfulness in art, there’s an extract from Doug Fishbone’s conceptual video Footprints in the sand and some music by The Heard, a local community choir who performed at the opening night.
Today’s Clear Spot is now ready to download
(mp3 format, 13.8mb)

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Listen to part 2interviews with artists Natasha Kissell, Sarah Baker & Niel Zakiewicz


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  1. Panel Borders: Diary Drawing « “Panel Borders” & “Reality Check” reblogged this and added:

    […] of Terrestrial Art (Barbican), Jim Mahfood (Dreamspace Gallery), “Play” (Cello Factory) part 1 / part 2, W. Heath Robinson (Cartoon Museum) and Paper Rad (Sketch […]

  2. Miscellaneous podcasts | Panel Borders and other podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] at Tate Britain) Anita O’Brien (Curator: The Cartoon Museum / Heath Robinson exhibition) Curating art as Play (Interviews with curator Julia Alvarez and collector Sara Pierce) Exhibiting art as Play (Artists: […]

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