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A conversation with 'Ground Level' exhibition curator Kit Hammonds
Kit Hammonds, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2010, discusses how art practice, mapping and cartography come together within the exhibition Ground Level, which showcases international artists who perform their own personal forms of cartography. Hammonds was the winner of the Hayward Touring Curatorial Open 2010.

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A conversation with Tom Trevor, Director of Arnolfini, Bristol
Tom Trevor, the Director of Arnolfini, Bristol, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2007, talks about 'Port City: On Mobility and Exchange', an international group exhibition which explores the relationship between global sea trade, slavery and the migration of people today.

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A conversation with artist Caroline Bergvall
Caroline Bergvall, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2010, talks about her exhibition Middling English, which explores some of the pleasures and complexities of language use, in and through writing.

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A conversation with artist Jay Bolotin
Jay Bolotin, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2008, discusses his exhibition the 'Jackleg Testament Part I: Jack & Eve and other works', featuring a motion picture derived from woodcuts, a hybrid of German expressionism, Brueghel and medieval religious imagery. The film reinterprets the story of Adam and Eve as a dark and provocative tale in which Eve is lured from the Garden of Eden by a Jack-in-the-box.

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A conversation with artist Juan Bolivar
Juan Bolivar, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2008, discusses his exhibition Geometry Wars, comprising twenty one paintings and two sculptures. Bolivar's work playfully exists somewhere between abstraction and the recognisable world, and hints at both humour and tragedy.

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A conversation with artist Ruth Maclennan
Ruth Maclennan, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2010, talks about her exhibition Anarcadia, which features a video projection and accompanying photo-series shot amongst the desert expenses of Kazakhstan. Co-commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella and John Hansard Gallery.

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A conversation with artist Tim Brennan
Tim Brennan, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2009, talks about his exhibition English Anxieties, which combines original archival material of Mass Observation and the re-working of an account by British explorer and archaeologist T.C. Lethbridge of a concealed enemy presence in Cambridgeshire; by taking descriptions and drawings made by Lethbridge as a starting point, the work represents this data in the form of large, colourful maps inspired by the Isotype graphical system developed in the 1930s.

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A conversation with artist Zineb Sedira
Zineb Sedira, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2009, discusses her exhibition Seafaring, a series of film and photographic works set against the maritime backdrop of North Africa, the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.

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A conversation with artists’ Steve Beard; Victoria Halford; Steve Rowell and Neal White
Steve Beard, Victoria Halford, Steve Rowell and Neal White, in conversation with Stephen Foster in 2009, discuss their exhibition Dark Places, which uncovers sites of secrecy and technology across Britain. Commissioned by the Arts Catalyst and co-curated with the Office of Experiments, John Hansard Gallery and SCAN, the exhibition presents new artists’ works that explores spaces and institutions below the radar of common knowledge.

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Brian Eno in conversation with music journalist Paul Morley
As part of the Talking Heads Lecture Series, filmed in November 2010: musician, composer, producer and artist Brian Eno talks about his time at art school in the postwar 1960’s and the influence of tutor and artist, Tom Phillips; and reflects on the central question of why art exists, and why artists choose to engage with art practice.

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Laura Hensser: City Portraits - celebrating the project launch
This short video describes the launch of City Portraits, a major new public artwork and research project organised in association with John Hansard Gallery, artist Laura Hensser and Paul Sweetman, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of Southampton. In 2010 Twenty Southampton residents were photographed for a series of full-length, life-sized portraits, installed on banners and suspended above the city’s newly refurbished Guildhall Square.

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Learn more about Winchester School of Art
This short video introduces the learning environment, and state-of-the-art facilities at Winchester School of Art, one of the leading art and design schools in the UK.

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Revealing Fine Art through Motion Capture Science
Find out more about a multidisciplinary Art and Science research project, and the world leading imaging technologies available at Southampton. Ben Jenkins gives insight into his Fine Art practice that seeks to explore how discoveries in neuroscience, revealed by Motion Capture, may help to understand and map audience behaviour in response to art objects.

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