This commission was an opportunity for a Kent-based artist at the start of their career to spend time with the other commissioned artists and learn about their practice. Phoebe Marsh, solo performer spent time meeting and observing the artists, and thinking about her own practice within this context.
Phoebe created two podcasts during her time here with People United (see below). You’ll find ideas around participatory arts and meaningful interaction stemming from conversations and experiments that took place during her commission. So grab a drink and a biscuit and have a listen…
Extract from Phoebe’s Blog
Usefulness & Delight
So I rock up to the BBC feeling like a total don.
I’ve tweeted the hell out of this one.
“Just heading over to the BBC for a podcast workshop #standard”
I am so excited, never mind the fact that I’m going to a useful, informative and FREE workshop in making podcasts with a bunch of arts professionals. I’m at the BBC and that means one thing: celeb spotting. If I don’t get to snog Miranda Hart, play chess with John Humphreys and possibly spit on Jeremy Clarkson I will be sorely disappointed.
“Hi is this the podcast workshop?”
“No this is Crimewatch.”
Read more of Phoebe’s blog