ELSEWHERE 

PANEL 3, MAY 21

Video presentations are below,

followed by a panel discussion.

 POINTLESSNESS 

 Edward Colless 

 BETWEEN HERE AND THERE 

 Sarah Rudledge 

 HAT PROJECT: LOST AND FOUND RECOVERY 

 Francis Carmody 

 
 
 

 PANEL DISCUSSION 

CHAIR: KIM DONALDSON

 

 COMMENTS 

Comments on this panel are now closed. Thank you to everyone who contributed.

  • Thanks Ted, Sarah, Francis and Kim for these thought-germinating presentations and discussion. Ted's idea that art needs testing got me thinking. What kind of test could art be subject to without it becoming art itself? Maybe the test would become more like a vaccination in that case? A dual-purpose injection/extraction? Perhaps it would test for, and vaccinate against, comprehensibility and/or pointfulness. Perhaps the team at Bioquisitive could help? ... Perhaps I don't have a point. I will keep thinking about it. Thanks to you all. 

    Louisa Bufardeci 

    • Hi Louisa, I love your comment, it's really got me thinking. Bioquisitive... what a great access point to community science. Thanks for you thoughts. 

      Sarah Rudledge 

  • I'd like to know why the artist residency in Japan isn't funded anymore, Sarah Rudledge.
     Thanks!

    Mimmalisa Trifilo 

    • Hi Mimmalisa, Thanks for your comment, to be honest I'm not completely sure. It would still be possible for anyone to visit Matsushima Island, but from what I can gather the local officials may have wanted to use the old elementary school for other purposes. 

      Sarah Rudledge