[NetBehaviour] Fourth Plinth.
mark at memecortex.net
Mon Jul 13 14:26:41 CEST 2009
>>> Doesn't "Speakers Corner" (Hyde Park) serve a similar function?
I think you're right actually. It occurred to me when I was watching it the
other day, Maybe someone will stream Speakers Corner after having received a
large art grant?
2009/7/13 info <info at furtherfield.org>
> sent by Neil Jenkins...
> watching live via 'skyARTS'
> it's quite hilarious.. tune in now
> On 13/07/2009, at 8:13 PM, dave miller wrote:
> > Doesn't "Speakers Corner" (Hyde Park) serve a similar function?
> > dave
> > 2009/7/13 marc garrett <marc.garrett at furtherfield.org>:
> >> Fourth Plinth.
> >> By Mark Hancock on the furtherfield blog...
> >> Anthony Gormleys' latest project One & Other, which is taking place on
> >> the Fourth Plinth (why do I insist on the caps?) at Trafalgar Square in
> >> London, is all at once: incredibly simple and very complex. Is it even,
> >> in fact, art? If we decide that it is art, then what kind of art is it?
> >> The simple premise of One & Other is that over 100 days, people are
> >> invited to spend an hour on the plinth. So that’s 2400 people. What are
> >> the criteria? Nothing more that having to sign-up on the website. I’m
> >> assuming that you are allowed to do whatever you like, as long as it
> >> isn’t illegal (at the time of writing, nobody has done anything illegal,
> >> but it could change). You are set up on it, on the change of the hour,
> >> with a large JCB (who are part sponsors of the event, along with
> >> SkyArts) and picked up 60 minutes later. Simple.
> >> more...
> >> http://blog.furtherfield.org/?q=node/
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