A piece of Art with your Chow Mein? In this podcast, artists Kay Sentance and Ann Rapstoff talk to us about their proactive exhibition programmes hosted in a Chinese Take Away, a local launderette and door to door delivery: Take Out, ArtWash and Art Delivery.
Exploring ways to activate community engagement in unlikely locations, the duo have curated a series of innovative exhibition spaces for the last 5 years, presenting live and static artworks in unusual spaces.
Further ArtWash info can be found at: www.artwash.co.uk
Podcast hosted by Martin Franklin & Janet Curley Cannon.
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Gene Pool#21: ArtWash
Hardware hacker and circuit-bender, Stu “ASMO” Smith, interviewed during the “Circuit-Bending:APC” workshop weekend we ran at South Hill Park as part of “Digital Developments” in November 2009. Asmo tells us all about creating strange, new electronic instruments, performing at the National Space Centre, and his residency at STEIM in Amsterdam.
Audio from the weekend event includes comments from the participants and the colossal final APC jam session.
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A plunderphonic performance, using field recording, contact mics, keyboards, radios, turntables, toys and MiniDisc. Original recordings from our “Found Sound Stories” workshop weekend, led by Janek Schaefer in November 2009 as part of the Autumn “Digital Developments” season.
Using our programme content as an opportunity to broadcast, the full version of this recording was first aired on the “Framework: afield” show on Resonance FM, Dec. 2009.
See http://www.frameworkradio.net for show details and the Framework podcast.
Recorded and Produced by Martin Franklin, featuring audio interviews and performances from: Janek Schaefer, Margaret Marks, Thea Stallwood, Sam Levine, Matt Rose, Felicity Ford, Sarah Britten Jones, Sheralee Gordon, Matt Scoins and Tom Menday.
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Gene Pool#19: Found Sound Stories