TOMA // Working with the edges

Episode #3 \\ Working with the edges // 21st century art theory part #1 \\

July 19, 2019

Episode 3 : Working with the edges : 21st century art theory part #1

In episode three visual theorist Griselda Pollock shares her history in art education + talks about excavating forgotten histories of women artists. Griselda also discusses the neoliberalisation of the university + diversity in art schools. Academic + writer Jeremy Spencer discusses stopping making art + how critical theory can be an art practice. There is also another part of our series of train chats with writer critic Rose Cleary, artist Paige Ockenden + Emma Edmondson + a discussion walking down Southend high street about the frame + art in shopping centres.

The podcast was conceived as part of TOMA’s development and is supported using public funding from Arts Council England.

Tracklisting:

5 minutes with - - - Train chat with Rose Cleary, Paige Ockenden + Emma Edmondson

Questions answered by - - - Griselda Pollock

5 minutes with - - - Train chat with Rose Cleary, Paige Ockenden + Emma Edmondson

Interview with - - - Jeremy Spencer

5 minutes with - - - The frame with Rose + Emma

All music and jingles from - - - Milky G - - - listen to more of his stuff HERE

Podcast imagery by - - - Emma Mills

 

*The Other MA (TOMA) is a 12-month artist-run education model based in Southend-on-Sea. TOMA is currently the only postgraduate level art programme in Essex after all others were stopped by their host Universities. It was set up in 2015 by artist Emma Edmondson, in partnership with Metal, to offer affordable, accessible contemporary art education outside of the traditional institution.