‘Mixing It Up: An Intergenerational Perspective’ is a series of 5 short filmed dialogues between two artists / artist groups across different generations exploring how they sustain their practices. For more details on the project visit: newworknetwork.info/learning/mixing-it-up-an-intergenerational-perspective
The films consider similarities and differences between the contexts, modes and conditions of respective artistic practices from the late 60's to the present day, while also looking at approaches to sustaining practice over the years both from a practical and critical perspective. The films will be released weekly.
The first film of the series is a dialogue between Ellie Harrison (ellieharrison.com/, vimeo.com/ellieharrison) and Jordan McKenzie (jordanmckenzie.co.uk/).
Filmed by Fiona Melville. Music by Robbie Lockwood.
Created in partnership with New Work Network and ArtQuest.
Special thanks to Lock Up Performance Art (LUPA) for hosting the dialogue