- Created by
- Ian Breakwell 1943–2005
- [c.24 December 1977–01 January 1979]
- Bound volume - notebook
- Tate Archive
- Presented to Tate Archive by Ian Breakwell, April 2005.
- TGA 20054/2/10
Brown hardcover notebook containing diary entries, thoughts and observations, and transcripts of interviews and telephone conversations, recorded by Ian Breakwell during the period 24 December 1977-01 January 1979.
The notebook also includes plans and notes (including diagrams) relating to specific works and projects. Works and projects covered in this notebook include: 'Insomnia', pages (index 'A' to 'M'); 'The Artist's Dream', including drawings and diagrams, pages 1-15, 63; 'The Walking Man Diary', pages 20, 60, 73-86; 153-157; 'The Institution', page 23; 'Circus', pages 25-39, 46-47, 53-54, 181-182; 'Audio Diary: Whitechapel', page 67; 'Fiction Texts', pages 88-89; DHSS Reminiscence Aids, pages 92-93, 97-98; transcript of extracts from 'Ian Breakwell interviewed by Ted Hickey: BBC Radio Ulster - 'Weekend Supplement', 10/02/1979', pages 131-135; Ian Breakwell exhibition: "Continuous Diary" and "Circus", reviewed by Mike Cato: BBC Radio Ulster - 'Weekend Supplement 10/02/1979', pages 136-139; transcript of Ian Breakwell interviewed by Alan Yentob for BBC Arena Art & Design: 'The Continuous Diary', pages 144-150; and 'DHSS Placements: 1976-1979: A Personal History by Ian Breakwell', pages 222-231.
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