Clare Price talks us through her practice as a painter and her recent exhibition ‘Nothing is true, everything is permitted’, DKUK’s first painting show. Available to download and listen via iTunes.
Sam Jacob walks us through his exhibition at DKUK which then leads on to a discussion about his career development from FAT architecture, the role of the architect in society, the effect of computers on design, his role in the refit at DKUK in Peckham and exhibitions he has worked on abroad.
Interview recorded on 17 November at Entree in Bergen, Norway with Bergen Kuntstall director Martin Clark.
Khairani Barokka discusses disability, accessibility and working against stereotypes in an ableist society.
Helen discusses the legacy of CAS, the Big Society, self organised communities and alternative currencies.
Ross spoke about some research he has been conducting into opening a pub-cum-art space, making labor visible, Francis Patrick Bradey DOHL game the realities of starting your own business and how working for your self affect the labour you perform.
Mel came for a chat to talk about how an artist ‘second’ job can influence the direction of their work in a positive way, exhibiting work outside of a traditional gallery environment.
Dave came by to talk through the development of his paintings and his experience with the commercial art world.
Open School East director chats with Daniel Kelly about the development of DKUK and year 2 of OSE, we also touch on Parade, an art gallery / project space that Laurence ran for several years in Hackney.