The Art Of Noise
If like me you’ve missed listening to the dulcet tones of Charlotte Green over on BBC Radio 4 there was a chance to hear her make a fleeting return in the first “audio intervention” last Monday as part of the short Open Air series – featuring a number of three minute pieces, or as they’d prefer “interventions”, from artists commissioned by London-based arts organisation Artangel.
I particularly enjoyed the effort from Christian Marclay however having dipped briefly into the lower half of the internet it seems not everyone agrees with me: “Art should be stimulating and make you want to know more – this mornings input was just noise. I thought it was another glitch at the new BBC studios, sad to find out you actually commissioned it.”
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Tags: Art, Artangel, BBC Radio 4, Charlotte Green, Christian Marclay, John O'Mahony, Mark Wallinger, Open Air, Open Air series, Peter Strickland, Ruth Ewan, Sound Art, Susan Hiller, The Guardian