Following 2014’s Talk Action programme, we have extended our engagement with DARG (Discourse Analysis Research Group) with the presentation of a new work by Nicoline van Harskamp.
Working with three regional museums, The Object is Alive will invite Mike Cooter, Matthew Darbyshire and Giles Round to develop new work, utilising the collections to develop new exhibitions that respond to the work of Polish artist and theatre maker Tadeusz Kantor.
Exploring the history of art and the political pamphlet, this commission involves a collaboration with Loughborough Univeristy's research group: RadicalAesthetics-RadicalArt (RaRa) and artists Ciara Phillips, Rory Pilgrim, Patrick Goddard and Ferenc Gróf.
Following 2014’s Talk Action programme, Radar has extended engagement with DARG (Discourse Analysis Research Group) with the production and presentation of a new work by Nicoline van Harskamp which continues her preoccupation investigating the global use of English by non-native speakers worldwide, and the imagining of the (aesthetic) properties of a future spoken global language.
A contemporary arts programme inspiring participation and debate through cross disciplinary working between artists and academics. Radar engages with research and uses it as a stimulus to inform and develop new projects.
Delve into our archive of projects exploring the relationship between environment, audience and sound, the social history of music within the workplace, the communicative potential of the object, how history is created and share by people and more...
Matthew Darbyshire responds to Dr Dan Watt and his research into Tadeuz Kantor with new show at @NottmCastle https://t.co/oHrxT7FKkh
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