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Louisa Beatty

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What is your most memorable experience of art?

Last year at the CIRCUIT symposium Sean Kerr presented his talk via desk lamp and I’ve just finished watching the series Stranger Things, which if you’ve seen it (everyone should) this will sound familiar (so maybe that’s why it’s fresh on my mind atm), but it was pretty great watching this lamp discuss the activation of objects in a lecture theatre of people.

What is your favourite medium?

I’m pretty open to using whatever materials I have access to. For the past couple of years most of my work has been made with a lil handy cam that I was given, which suits me because it’s a really easy and immediate way of collecting. I’m a bit of a hoarder. I think photography / moving image became a quick fix for constantly trying to drag rocks and trash I liked home with me.

Tell a story about your page:

This is a print of a photo of a video of a fire extinguisher and a fan in the Gaudí museum.

http://louisa-photostream.tumblr.com.

 

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