1. Part 4 of 5: Anselm Kiefer in conversation with Tim Marlow – Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series

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    The Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series presents Anselm Kiefer in conversation with Tim Marlow. View upcoming events at https://www.ahf-jw3series.com/ Poetry, alchemy and flame-throwers — “A colossus of contemporary art” came to talk about his life and work at JW3 in Hampstead on Tuesday 18th November. The German artist, Anselm Kiefer, was in conversation with Tim Marlow, the art historian and commentator on the contemporary cultural scene who became the Royal Academy's Director of Artistic Programmes, in April this year. This was a rare talk given by Kiefer while the Royal Academy holds the first ever retrospective of his work which ends of December 14th. The artist creates giant, densely textured, paintings, sculptures and installations at his 35,000 square meter studio in Paris, using a wide variety of materials, ranging from straw and lead to oil paints and watercolours, and working with implements that include knives, axes and flame throwers. “When I am working I am unconscious. But then you have a result and you look at it, and you start an intellectual conversation, ask yourself what it means this painting, and then you decide you do this or this or this, and then you go back into an unconscious state again, and so it repeats.” Poetry, alchemy and Germany's Third Reich are themes that run through Kiefer's work, and these were discussed in-front of a sell out audience who had come to hear this third conversation in The Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series. “The past is not alone, the future is not alone, it is one continuous movement.” Born one month before the end of World War Two, in March 1945, Kiefer said the war ruins he played in as a child were inspirational. “When I see films of Germany in ruins, for me these are the most beautiful pictures, because I was born in these pictures, and with these ruins you can do new things, it is a beginning, not the end.” Struck by the image of the young Kiefer playing among the ruins, Marlow asked the artist, known for the seriousness of his work, whether he played when working. “You have to play otherwise you cannot be an artist,” answered Kiefer, “You want to change the world, you want to put molecules together, so you have to play with them.” Living in Paris, not Germany, made him more self-aware, said Kiefer. “You discover your character and roots better when you are outside.”

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    • INST 04 Patrícia Prado

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      A conceituada fotógrafa Patrícia Prado explica a Realidade Aumentada.

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      • ORIGINS: Jackmaster

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        Subscribe to Resident Advisor to keep up to date with the latest videos in the series: http://bit.ly/1x7PeGy View the film page on RA: http://www.residentadvisor.net/feature.aspx?2275 In the next edition of RA and SONOS's film series, we hear how a city's music scene saved one of dance music's favourite DJs. Jack Revill says he never wants to leave Glasgow. It's the place where he's lived his entire life, and, in a sense, it's the city that saved him. When he was 14, Jack suffered a personal tragedy that set him on a destructive path. He rarely attended school, and, like a lot of young people in the city, drugs increasingly became a part of his world. Jack's life was chaotic, but he knew he wanted to become involved in music, and so he took a work experience placement with Rubadub, the Glasgow record shop and distribution centre. "He was the worst boy we've ever had," Wilba, one of Rubadub's founders, told us with a smile. Rubadub became Jack's "second home," and the musical education he received there gave him the confidence and knowledge to pursue a career in music. These days Jack is, of course, one of dance music's most successful DJs, and, as a record label boss and promoter, a famous ambassador for Glasgow's scene. For our next instalment of ORIGINS, Jack introduced us to the people and places that have been so vital in shaping his musical and personal identity. Production Credits: Director / Camera - Patrick Nation Producer - Debbie Butts Executive Producers - Ryan Keeling, Nick Sabine Graphics - Christian Olofsson Dubbing Mixer - Guy Clarke Colourist - Adam Clarke Music Credits: Voltaic - Numbering [Point.One Recordings] 2005 Lory D - Bobby (remix) [Wireblock] 2008 Sparky - Wilson St [Numbers] 2013 Deadboy - Return [Numbers] 2014 Redinho - Dive [Numbers] 2014 Lory D live at Club 69, 2004 DJ Deeon - House O Matic [Numbers] 2015

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        • Part 3 of 5: Anselm Kiefer in conversation with Tim Marlow – Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series

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          The Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series presents Anselm Kiefer in conversation with Tim Marlow. View upcoming events at https://www.ahf-jw3series.com/ Poetry, alchemy and flame-throwers — “A colossus of contemporary art” came to talk about his life and work at JW3 in Hampstead on Tuesday 18th November. The German artist, Anselm Kiefer, was in conversation with Tim Marlow, the art historian and commentator on the contemporary cultural scene who became the Royal Academy's Director of Artistic Programmes, in April this year. This was a rare talk given by Kiefer while the Royal Academy holds the first ever retrospective of his work which ends of December 14th. The artist creates giant, densely textured, paintings, sculptures and installations at his 35,000 square meter studio in Paris, using a wide variety of materials, ranging from straw and lead to oil paints and watercolours, and working with implements that include knives, axes and flame throwers. “When I am working I am unconscious. But then you have a result and you look at it, and you start an intellectual conversation, ask yourself what it means this painting, and then you decide you do this or this or this, and then you go back into an unconscious state again, and so it repeats.” Poetry, alchemy and Germany's Third Reich are themes that run through Kiefer's work, and these were discussed in-front of a sell out audience who had come to hear this third conversation in The Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series. “The past is not alone, the future is not alone, it is one continuous movement.” Born one month before the end of World War Two, in March 1945, Kiefer said the war ruins he played in as a child were inspirational. “When I see films of Germany in ruins, for me these are the most beautiful pictures, because I was born in these pictures, and with these ruins you can do new things, it is a beginning, not the end.” Struck by the image of the young Kiefer playing among the ruins, Marlow asked the artist, known for the seriousness of his work, whether he played when working. “You have to play otherwise you cannot be an artist,” answered Kiefer, “You want to change the world, you want to put molecules together, so you have to play with them.” Living in Paris, not Germany, made him more self-aware, said Kiefer. “You discover your character and roots better when you are outside.”

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          • RA Creations Logo 2015

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            Our new RA Creations Logo for 2015.

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            • UCH RA's

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              • Smaber RAs

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                • Fischer Ras

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                  • Part 2 of 5: Anselm Kiefer in conversation with Tim Marlow – Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series

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                    The Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series presents Anselm Kiefer in conversation with Tim Marlow. View upcoming events at https://www.ahf-jw3series.com/ Poetry, alchemy and flame-throwers — “A colossus of contemporary art” came to talk about his life and work at JW3 in Hampstead on Tuesday 18th November. The German artist, Anselm Kiefer, was in conversation with Tim Marlow, the art historian and commentator on the contemporary cultural scene who became the Royal Academy's Director of Artistic Programmes, in April this year. This was a rare talk given by Kiefer while the Royal Academy holds the first ever retrospective of his work which ends of December 14th. The artist creates giant, densely textured, paintings, sculptures and installations at his 35,000 square meter studio in Paris, using a wide variety of materials, ranging from straw and lead to oil paints and watercolours, and working with implements that include knives, axes and flame throwers. “When I am working I am unconscious. But then you have a result and you look at it, and you start an intellectual conversation, ask yourself what it means this painting, and then you decide you do this or this or this, and then you go back into an unconscious state again, and so it repeats.” Poetry, alchemy and Germany's Third Reich are themes that run through Kiefer's work, and these were discussed in-front of a sell out audience who had come to hear this third conversation in The Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series. “The past is not alone, the future is not alone, it is one continuous movement.” Born one month before the end of World War Two, in March 1945, Kiefer said the war ruins he played in as a child were inspirational. “When I see films of Germany in ruins, for me these are the most beautiful pictures, because I was born in these pictures, and with these ruins you can do new things, it is a beginning, not the end.” Struck by the image of the young Kiefer playing among the ruins, Marlow asked the artist, known for the seriousness of his work, whether he played when working. “You have to play otherwise you cannot be an artist,” answered Kiefer, “You want to change the world, you want to put molecules together, so you have to play with them.” Living in Paris, not Germany, made him more self-aware, said Kiefer. “You discover your character and roots better when you are outside.”

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                    • Alumni Q&A

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