Art in Your Ear – Are We Visually Illiterate?

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Katherine Pill by Selina Roman

We had a great discussion to day with artists Noelle Mason and Selina Roman, and curator Danny Olda, who are part of the show

Where the Grass is Greener and the Girls are Pretty

at Tempus-Projects.

Not only did we talk about photography, making ceramics while skydiving (yep, you read that right), and perception, but delved into a discussion about narrative, and visual illiteracy. Both Noelle and Selina teach, and Danny writes about art, so their points of view were great.

You can listen back on the Art in Your Ear page.

 

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