Clear spot: Art as play part 2
Alex Fitch is talking to three of the artists who have work displayed in the exhibition Play: Neil Zakiewicz whose piece is an electric guitar in the shape of a giant artist’s pallette and pain brush, with the amplifier disguised as an abstract painting, Natasha Kissell about her 3 dimensional painting that combines countryside painting with architects maquetts to create a fantasy landscape in a perspex box and Sarah Baker who has made a mixed media scultpture challenging the perception of fashion in art.
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This is the second of a two part look at the exhibition ‘Play’ which is currently on at the Cello factory near Waterloo. The exhibtion mixes established British artists like Jake & Dinos Chapman and Bob and Roberta smith with up and coming artists such as Natasha Kissell and Peter Harrop.
N.B./ The exhibtion is appointment only – please phone 020 70340699 or e-mail cellofactory (at) aol.com
For more info and a variety of formats you can download or stream, please visit the home of this podcast at www.archive.org
Links: Listen to the first instalment
Info on Play at (contributing artist) Peter Harrap and Bear Space‘s websites
Map of The Cello Factory in Waterloo
Info on Neil and Sarah at www.re-title.com
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