This cassette contains contributions from Margaret Harrison and Lucy Lippard

Audio Arts: Volume 4 No 1, Side A – Margaret Harrison, Lucy Lippard

Audio Arts: Volume 4 No 1, Side B – Margaret Harrison, Lucy Lippard

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  • Audio Arts Volume 4 No 1 Inlay 1 showing the cassette cover layout with quotes from the contributors

    Inlay for Audio Arts Volume 4 No 1 published in 1979
    Archive reference: TGA200414/7/3 Volume 4 No 1

    © William Furlong

  • Audio Arts Volume 4 No 1 Inlay 2 showing bios of Lucy Lippard and Margaret Harrison and photo of Lucy with friends at art opening

    Inlay reverse for Audio Arts Volume 4 No 1 published in 1979
    Archive reference: TGA200414/7/3 Volume 4 No 1

    © William Furlong

Feminist Issues in Contemporary Art

Margaret Harrison in conversation with Lucy Lippard

From an immense basis of practical experience, American writer on contemporary art, Lucy Lippard, and British artist Margaret Harrison compare, analyse and discuss what it means to be an artist and woman within British and American Society today. An informative background is also given of women artists groups, in both countries. 1979

Side A

  • 00:00:02: Margaret Harrison, Lucy Lippard. Recorded in spring 1978, in Devon

Side B

  • 00:00:02: Margaret Harrison, Lucy Lippard. Conversation between the two artists, recorded in spring 1978, in Devon