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Overseas Interests: Christopher Mitchell: The Joseph Beuys Lectures 2002

Overseas Interests: Christopher Mitchell: The Joseph Beuys Lectures 2002
Publication Date 2002
Description The German artist Joseph Beuys expanded the concepts of painting and sculpture and with them reached into all spheres of human activity, reinventing the role of the artist in society and encouraging collaborations between disciplines which had previously turned their backs on each other. To commemorate the thinking of Beuys, The Laboratory at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, University of Oxford, has initiated a series of annual lectures by speakers with highly personal viewpoints which establish areas for discussion regarding current and future artistic practice. Christopher Mitchell reflects on the making of documentaries about foreign affairs. This video comprises a one-take transcript of the event.
Quantity 1
Format VHS PAL
Publisher Laboratory at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford
Related Artist Christopher Mitchell
Categories Art Theory/Criticism, Film/Video/Projections etc
Keyword Globalisation

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