Audio Arts: Volume 12 No 4, Side A - Richard Serra 00:35:0300:00:01 An interview with Richard Serra. The extent to which Richard Serra's works establish such an exacting tension within the space where they are installed is surprising given the economy of his materials and the reductive nature of the formal elements he employs. Serra's drawings installed in the Serpentine Gallery in 1993 comprised rectangles of canvas covered with several layers of paint stick: a waxy oil based crayon. In this interview Serra discusses this installation of drawings as well as the issues and attitudes which inform his publicly sited works.00:35:03
Audio Arts: Volume 12 No 4, Side B - Mike Kelley, Anya Gallaccio00:00:01 An interview with Mike Kelley. The word failure appears constantly in writings on Mike Kelley's work: he talks about the centrality of this notion to his art. Kelley discusses his use of soft toys - things whose 'object nature is repressed' by the sentiment invested in them - In Craft Morphology and the Arena series.The ICA Exhibition, during the installation of which the recording was made, contained works across the wide range of media employed by Kelley. The interview explores how general themes - social conventions, relations of power, issues of gender - inform this variety of approaches. 00:21:46 An interview with Anya Gallaccio. When it was shown at the ICA, Anya Gallaccio's Red on Green was the latest in a series of installations she had made using cut flowers. In this interview, she describes its genesis and explains the importance for her of working with materials whose behaviour is unpredictable.
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- Audio Arts: Volume 12 No 4
- This Audio Arts issue, originally published as an audio cassette magazine in 1993 features interviews with Richard Serra, Mike Kelley and Anya Gallaccio.
- Audio-visual - sound recording
- Tate Archive
- Purchased from William Furlong, July 2004.
- TGA 200414/7/3/1/41
- Material relating to William Furlong's Audio Arts Magazine TGA 200414 (122)