Show and Tell: Women’s Voices in Audio Arts, Professor Jean Wainwright in conversation with Lucia Farinati at Tate Britain

Photograph of Julia Heyward for Live to Air volume of Audio Arts Magazine (Tate Archive: TGA 200414/2/99)

From the volume Feminist Issues in Contemporary Art (1979) to the publications of several interviews with artists including Laurie Anderson, Tracey Emin, Rose Garrard, Susan Hiller, Mary Kelly, Tina Keane, Georgina Starr, Mona Hatoum, Runa Islam, Silvia C. Ziranek (to mention just a few) Audio Arts Magazine featured a significant and diverse spectrum of women’s voices.

Through a guided presentation of recordings selected and presented with Jean Wainwright, a former interviewer of Audio Arts, this sound seminar will invite participants to engage with the voices and the sound works of women artists who featured in Audio Arts Magazine. A temporary display of archive material, including letters, tape cassettes, photos and ephemera from the Audio Arts collection (1973-2007) will introduce the audience to the cultural context in which the dialogue with women artists was developed across different generations, backgrounds and artistic practice

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