Graham Fagen has been described as one of the most influential artists working in Scotland today, his work is varied and combines video, performance, photography and sculpture. Themes he explores include, flowers, journeys and popular song in attempt to understand the powerful forces that shape our lives.
Nicholas Serota in conversation with Peter Doig and a croissant …….. Who could pass up an opportunity to hear such an established artist talking about their work?
Carlo Mollino is my favourite historical pervert. He was a Famous Architect and furniture designer. He was a stunt pilot, highly skilled skier and an obsessive erotic photographer. Mollino was born in Turin Italy in 1905 and died in 1973.
In a funky exhibition curated by Cedric Cristie and Pascal Rousson, artists have been invited to look at what is transgressive in their work.
Tobii sent me a coder and I spent 3 months with him designing this technology, working out exactly what I wanted. I wanted it set to the sensitivity of my eye because I wanted to draw a completely free line, and this is one continuous line. After a lot of experiments I think he cracked it.
Wandering through the halls of an empty Victoria and Albert Museum It was like Christmas all over again. If I hadn’t been so keen to see the talk then I may very well have not made it for the 7pm start time at The Lydia and Manfred Gorvy lecture theatre.