Now known officially as ‘Art Related Noise’ season two returned for 2019 with a new line up of speakers and special guests. We travelled around the country to meet some of the UK’s top artists. We even recorded a couple of live art events at locations in Brighton.
EPISODE ELEVEN – JOE WEBB
A collage artist inspired by retro images from the 50’s, Joe Webb brings to life found images and creates new worlds filled with a sense of awe and wonder. Driven by his passion for the environment and for a desire to make the most out of the world in which we live. Joe’s work captures the imagination and transports the viewer into his alternate reality.
EPISODE TWELVE – PURE EVIL & DAN DOHERTY
Street art legend Pure Evil and Dan Doherty from the art duo Art+Believe talk to Art Related Noise in front of a live audience in Brighton. Recorded at the Artist Residence hotel the artists discuss the changing nature of street art.
EPISODE THIRTEEN – BEN EINE
Known for his typefaces and original fonts. Ben Eine is one of the biggest names in typographic art. With a background in graffiti he started out painting shutters and trains. Now he has a piece of work hanging in the White House and his street art is sought after around the world.
EPISODE FOURTEEN – EUAN ROBERTS
Like an ‘art hug of colour’ Euan Roberts work is full of symbolism and motifs. Packed with colour and full of life we spoke to Euan at the opening of his first solo exhibition in London.
EPISODE FIFTEEN – CARRIE REICHARDT
Known for her famous mosaic house in West London, Carrie Reichardt is an artist who quite literally lives her work. A long time campaigner she is often described as a craftvist. She has championed injustices on death row and brought stories of forgotten people back to life. Speaking to Art Related Noise she tells us about her iconic home, it’s symbolism and how a penpal relationship transformed the way she approached her life and her art.
EPISODE SIXTEEN – KATY BEINART
Art and Resistance have always gone together. From Picasso’s Guernica to the 1968 student protests in France the art produced has been powerful and symbolic of a time or of a movement. Talking to an audience at artrepublic gallery, lecturer Katy Beinart from the school of Art and Design at Brighton University tells us about some of those seminal moments. What’s more she brings us closer to the present day by looking at how art is now helping to influence the Extinction Rebellion movement.
EPISODE SEVENTEEN – DAN HILLIER
Known for his elaborate and detailed collages, Dan Hillier is an artist inspired by iconography and by the traditions of ancient cultures. Passionate about nature and the natural world, his experiences travelling, particularly in the east have also had a huge impact on him. Talking to Art Related Noise he tells us about his influences and also about how psychedelics and trips to the Amazon have helped to shape the direction of his art as well as the way in which he sees the world.
EPISODE EIGHTEEN – EELUS
Eelus is an artist who cut his teeth during the heady days of the early street art scene in Shoreditch. His first ever print was published with Banksy and sold out in record time.