Yelena Popova discusses her exhibition at Trade, Grandad hill and the Russian perspective of England.
Recorded on 15th March 2012 in Nottingham, UK - Duration 0"10"27
Alexander Stevenson talks about his expansive Eigg project.
Recorded on 13th March 2012 in Nottingham, UK
Leo Fitzmaurice chats about flyers, finds and football shirts.
Recorded on 10th December 2010 in Liverpool, UK
Helmut Wietz the director of Joseph Beuys 'I Like America and America likes me' describes a run in with the American police, a-not-so-wild-coyote and the existence of a colour version.
Recorded on 28th September 2010 in Berlin, Germany
Stuart Tait, Niki Russell and Dan Williamson from Reactor discuss collaborative working, in-jokes and immersive social worlds.
Recorded on 24th June 2010 in Nottingham, UK
Tomas Chaffe discusses offices, 'Props' and the 'Artissima Chair', in his studio in Nottingham.
Recorded on 13th April 2010 in Nottingham, UK
Richard Paul explains his stance on function, consumption and complacent photography.
Recorded on 3rd October 2009 in London, UK
Mirjam van Tilburg chats about school bells, normalisation, naughty steps and guided tours in foreign languages.
Recorded on 11th August 2009 in London, UK
Marjolijn Dijkman articulates her current practice, from banana boxes to bombastic biennial titles.
Recorded on 29th July 2009 in Birmingham UK
Maarten Vanden Eynde discusses Cryptozoology, the Industrial Revolution, and the Interplanetary Superhighway.
Recorded on 18th July 2009 in Rotterdam, Netherlands
Phil Duckworth and Ben Sadler expound on Action Objects, Twangers, Twiddlers and Axewars.
Recorded on 2nd June 2009 in Birmingham, UK
Tom, (joined later on, by Simon) elaborates on their recent exhibition at East Side Projects, Buckminster Fuller and meeting Larry in a pizza parlour.
Recorded on 1st June 2009 in Birmingham, UK
S Mark Gubb explains his relationship with The Berlin Wall, Nashville Hatch Show Print and The Skateboarding Illuminati.
Recorded on 9th April 2009 in Liverpool, UK
Jack Strange talks about his idiosyncratic decision process, the need for uncertainty and his short-lived graffiti career.
Recorded on 26th February 2009 in London, UK
Ellie Harrison reflects upon Glasgow, Margaret Thatcher and British Rail.
Recorded on 20th February 2009 in London, UK
James R Ford discusses his solo exhibition 'Only Boring People Get Bored'.
Recorded on 19th February 2009 in London, UK
Elizabeth Rowe discusses her practice and her recent exhibition at The New Art Gallery Walsall.
Recorded on 6th February 2009 in London, UK
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