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The Noticer: Live Resource

Kidd, N and Addison, Jo (2014) The Noticer: Live Resource.

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Abstract

Natasha Kidd and Jo Addison worked collaboratively to develop and test Live Resource at Tate Modern for 'In Site of Conversation'. For two days, live in the gallery they invited an audience to join them in the research/production of a continually changing educational resource. Not pre written at the point of dispatch the “Live Resource” promoted responsive interactions between artists, audience and art objects. The pilot Live Resource formed the starting point for The Noticer a live week-long event commissioned for Tate Moderns prestigious summer school, 28th July - 1st August.

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Noticer: Responsive to curiosity, interactions and things that emerge.

Artists, students, architects, physicists, specialists and non-specialists worked together in the production of a live and continually changing resource; a generative, chaotic system that draws people, things and ideas to it.

Artists Natasha Kidd and Jo Addison have been working on the concept of the Live Resource. Born of the historical learning resource, usually a printed or web-based document to support access to art, this resource, not pre-written at the point of dispatch, is responsive to the interactions that occur between artists and guests.

Generative and continually changing, Live Resource draws on the curiosity, expertise, and experience of all involved.

For Summer School 2014, they expanded this thinking to explore ways of looking that are responsive to curiosity, interactions and things that emerge. They worked with the group, alongside invited experts to construct Noticer: a generative, chaotic system that draws people, things and ideas to it.

The event also included contributions from Jenny Dunseath.

Subjects: N Fine Arts > NX Arts in general
Divisions: Bath School of Art and Design
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Date Deposited: 07 Mar 2016 16:01
Last Modified: 07 Mar 2016 16:01
URI: http://researchspace.bathspa.ac.uk/id/eprint/7381
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