Carol Collicutt: Wheels
Interview with artist Carol Collicutt about her bicycle paintings
» Most Recent: 27 Feb, 2013
Uploaded: 24 Jan, 2012
Recording Date: 24 Jan, 2012
Recording Location: Gallery 78, Fredericton, NB
Topical for: 6 Months
Status: Complete, Ready to Air
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Program Title: Carol Collicutt: Wheels
Description: Carol Collicutt has been an active member of the Fredericton arts community for decades. She is a painter, a drawer, a conceptual artist, and an avid cyclist. In this interview, Collicutt discusses her Gallery 78 exhibition "Wheels" that features paintings of abandoned bicycles. Collicutt locates the exhibition within the themes of her broader visual art practice -- such as the beauty myth, women's aging, memory, and decay -- as well as the exhibition's relationship to conversations about climate change and dependence on fossil fuels.
Host(s): Candace Mooers
Featured Speakers/Guests: Carol Collicutt, interviewed by Candace Mooers
Credits: Recorded and produced for Culture Strike on CHSR 97.9 FM
Comments: The file does not include intro/extro.
Intro script: see description above.
Extro: That was CHSR's Candace Mooers speaking with artist Carol Collicutt about her exhibition "Wheels" at Gallery 78 in Fredericton, New Brunswick. For more information about the artist, visit carolcollicutt.com
Arts and Culture > Visual ArtsType: Interview
Environment > Climate Change
Regional > Canada > New Brunswick
Society and Culture > Women