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Making Conversations radio programme

Claire Taylor recently appeared on a Resonance FM radio programme, in their  ‘Making Conversations’ series. Resonance FM is an arts radio project broadcasting to the South Bank and Bankside in London.

Broadcast on 29th September 2015 at 4pm, the programme was hosted by Andrew Prescott, Theme Leader Fellow in Digital Transformations for the Arts & Humanities Research Council and Professor at the University of Glasgow. Andrew was joined by Claire, in conversation with Brazilian-American artist and poet Eduardo Kac of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

During the programme, the discussion focussed on  issues of form, meaning, audience and cultural significance raised by Kac’s work in various media including aromapoetry, holopoetry, fax art, telepresence and poems for Minitels. A particular focus was Kac’s groundbreaking work in bio-art and particularly on his most celebrated work, GFP Bunny.

For those of you who missed the programme when it came out live, you can catch up at:


Claire will also be participating in another programme for Resonance FM in November – we will be circulating details of that shortly.



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