A Duck for Mr Darwin: Documentary

Library Shelf Location Disc 642
Publication Date May 2009

A Duck for Mr. Darwin is a group exhibition of contemporary artists exploring evolutionary thinking and the Theory of Natural Selection. The exhibition focuses on the legacy of Charles Darwin’s ideas and is informed by the spirit of experimentation which was so distinctive to the time in which he lived. This documentary features interviews with artists Mark Fairnington, Marcus Coates, Tania Kovats, Conrad Shawcross, Andrew Dodds, Ben Jeans Houghton and Mark Dion. The broadband video includes subtitles. This video can also be watched on Vimeo here:

Quantity 1
Formats DVD, MPEG 4
Related Artists Andrew Dodds, Mark Dion, Marcus Coates, Ben Jeans Houghton, Tania Kovats, Conrad Shawcross
Months April 2009, May 2009
Category Group Exhibition/Multiple Artists
Keyword Evolution
Related Event A Duck for Mr Darwin: Evolutionary Thinking & The Struggle To Exist (10 April - 20 September 2009)
Related Gallery BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

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