Audio Arts: Volume 3 No 3, Side A - Conrad Atkinson, Free International University 00:36:2300:00:02 Conrad Atkinson: Art & Politics. This contribution by Conrad Atkinson formed part of a two day conference on Art & Politics which took place in London in April, 1977. The overall theme of the conference was the relationship between politics and art expressed in five concepts, which themselves formed the topics of the conference sessions: patronage, art and government, political art, sexual politics and the nature of the avant garde. In this context Atkinson spoke about the; political nature of his own art. 00:33:09 Free International University. The Free International University for Creativity and Interdisciplinary Research, was founded by Joseph Beuys and made active in England by a wide range of individuals including Caroline Tisdall. This short statement sets out the aims and general concerns of F.I.U. The author is unknown.00:36:23
Audio Arts: Volume 3 No 3, Side B - Mary Kelly, Susan Hiller 00:31:5500:00:02 Mary Kelly and Susan Hiller discuss Women's Practice in Art. This recording is a discussion between two women artists who are deeply involved in the problems of developing their work within a 'male dominated society and art world'.00:31:55
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- Audio Arts: Volume 3 No 3
- This Audio Arts issue, originally published as an audio cassette magazine in 1977, comprises contributions from Conrad Atkinson, Free International University, Mary Kelly and Susan Hiller.
- Audio-visual - sound recording
- Tate Archive
- Purchased from William Furlong, July 2004.
- TGA 200414/7/3/1/11
- Material relating to William Furlong's Audio Arts Magazine TGA 200414 (122)