Furtherfield.org on Resonance 104.4 FM interviews Lottie Child & Corrado Morgana
Corrado Morgana is a Media artist, electronic musician and researcher. Currently a part time doctoral student at University of the Arts London. His research project examines arts and videogames crossover practice, specifically transgressive and subversive production within existing game engines. He has co-curated 'Zero Gamer' and 'Game-Play' exhibitions, national touring exhibitions. Recently co-edited the book 'Artists Re: thinking Games', and is Senior Lecturer of Computer Games Design, at Newport School of Art, Media & Design. Listen here
Lottie Child. Street Training - Urban survival skills for the 21st century. The ways in which we behave, the ability to negotiate the multiplicity of forces at play in city streets, through engagement of spontaneous urban interventions, we may find that we have the most effective personalised combination of artistic and political expression we possess. By exploring the potential of our considered and instinctive behaviours we can reshape our environments, reconnect and have more agency in the world we live in.