Art in the City Talk: Roman Vasseur (art and the new town)
Diane Bauer, The Harlow Temple of Utopias, 2008, Collaboration with Roman Vasseur.
Photo: Richard Davies, courtesy Commissions East.
An audio recording of a talk by artist Roman Vasseur, held at Arnolfini in April 2009, introduced by Michael Prior.
Designed and built after the war, and entirely master-planned by Sir Frederick Gibberd, Harlow possesses the largest municipal collection of post war sculpture in Britain. It is an example of an urban design project driven by interlinked ideas of culture, democracy and community. Art and the New Town was a series of temporary visual art projects curated for Harlow by artist Roman Vasseur
who will discuss this and his role as Lead Artist for the town.
Supported by Bristol City Council.
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