Patrick Caulfield, 'Loudspeaker' 1968
Patrick Caulfield
Loudspeaker 1968
Screenprint on paper
image: 711 x 937 mm
Presented by Rose and Chris Prater through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975© Patrick Caulfield. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2002

Speaking Out: The Spoken Word in Artistic Practice – Part 1

Speaking Out: The Spoken Word in Artistic Practice – Part 2

Speaking Out: The Spoken Word in Artistic Practice – Part 3

This symposium focuses on the use of the spoken word in artistic practice and its manifestations in sonic and audiovisual art works. Taking the lead from the recently published anthology of works Playing with Words: The Spoken Word in Artistic Practice, this event encompasses performances, talks and conversations by artists and researchers who employ spoken words as their material and inspiration.

Contributors include Tomomi Adachi, Caroline Bergvall, David Toop, Imogen Stidworthy, Brandon LaBelle, Oswaldo Macià, Dani Gal, Nye Parry, Inua ‘Phaze’ Ellams, Cathy Lane and Trevor Wishart.

CRISAP, Creative Research into Sound Art Practice, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London in collaboration with Tate.

Funded by the AHRC.