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Richard Layzell – Notes from Wagga Wagga
 
Day 11: Thursday 2 Oct 03

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  1. Practicals and Methods    
Boo explaining her work
Boo explaining her work
With Marijke, gave a more formal seminar/lecture to remote postgraduate students on their annual residential school at CSU, Wagga Wagga (home of a specialist university winery, cheese production and Time Place Space). Given the previous days of co-facilitating this was an easy collaboration, where we occasionally interviewed each other and I showed a batch of slides.

The surprise was that we both learnt more about each other's work through the change of context.
From yesterday's brainstorm in small groups in the open air, at the end of the morning meeting, the following topics were filtered out by Boo and myself for the larger discussion group today, which lasted about 90 minutes:

'How to make art that actively produces knowledge rather than artifact?'

'How to make challenging work in a culture that doesn't attempt to engage? [the difference between art as entertainment and art as challenge]'
Have been a little taken by surprise at the ongoing demand and participation levels of these [now daily] discussions.
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