What is Live Out Loud?
Axisweb have decided to create a new piece of audio content called 'Live Out Loud'. This will involve two or three artists discussing a specific topic, the artists will be categorised based on their practice or personal life. The host of the conversations will be our Research and Development Coordinator, Lucy Wright. Lucy is an artist, maker and researcher herself and will be providing some prompts and questions to our guests, but mostly the artists have the freedom to take the conversation in any direction they wish to.
The content will be approximately 30-60 minutes in length.
Why did we choose 'Live Out Loud' as a title?
Many titles were suggested when we discussed the idea of a new content based around artist led conversations, however 'Live Out Loud' represented a quote that we all admire; "If you ask me what I came to do in this world, I, an artist, will answer you: I am here to live out loud."
How can I listen to the conversations?
The audio content will be uploaded, weekly, to our website and SoundCloud account - more information about this will become avaliable shortly, so make sure you stay tuned!
What are the chosen conversation topics so far?
- Practice in Isolation
- Social Practice in the Era of Social Distancing
- A New World Order
- Taking Care
Plus more to come...
When will the first conversation be available?
We're still in the process of approaching and interviewing artists for 'Live Out Loud' but hope to have the first conversation online in the next couple of weeks. We'll publicise this in our e-bulletin and across social media.
Conversations avaliable now:
Practice in Isolation with Beth Davis-Hofbauer and Chantal Powell >
Social Art in the Time of Social Distancing with Rupi Dhillon, Sophie Bownes and Natasha Alexander >
Notions of Care with Lady Kitt, Amelia Hawk and David Robinson >
Radical Wellbeing with Radha Patel and Suzanne Dhaliwal >
Parenthood with Emily Speed, Lauren McLaughlin and Robyn LeRoy-Evans >
New World Order with Elsa James, R.M. Sánchez-Camus and Sian Williams >
melissandre varin - Artist of the Month, December 2020 >
Want to get involved?
As well as the set questions we'll be asking the artists, we also want to hear from you. If you have a question you'd like to pose to our artists around their relative topic then please get in touch. Or if you would also like to suggest any further topics or artists you would like to hear from then please email [email protected] with your name and question / suggestion. Or submit your question / suggestion here >