The Cornwall Workshop

Audio and Video Recordings

The conference at Woodlane Lecture Theatre, Falmouth on Saturday 22 May was recorded on University College Falmouth’s Echo 360 recording system.

An annotated version of the conference programme is given below, to assist with navigation of the Echo 360 recordings. Click on the headings for Parts 1 to 4 to link to the recordings.

The most complete recordings are in audio format and can be accessed through the Screen Reader Version when you follow the links. Where video recordings are available, they can be viewed on the High Speed Version or Low Speed Version. (Please see note below regarding video recordings).


00:00:05 – 00:08:19 Welcome by Teresa Gleadowe, Convenor of The Falmouth Convention

00:08:20 – 00:15:00 Introduction by Dr Virginia Button, Course Leader, MA Curatorial Practice, University College Falmouth

00:15:09 – 00:53:00 Tom van Gestel: ‘A walk in the Countryside’

00:54:40 – 01:22:50 Tacita Dean: ‘Being Commissioned…’


00:01:14 – 00:24:00 Hans Ulrich Obrist: ‘Everstill’

00:24:30 – 01:01:44 Panel discussion: Tom van Gestel, Tacita Dean, Hans Ulrich Obrist, chaired by Dr Virginia Button


00:00:00 – 00:03:37 Introduction by Martin Clark, Artistic Director, Tate St Ives

00:03:45 – 00:27:58 Kitty Scott: ‘First there is a mountain, then there is no mountain, then there is…’ Artist-led residencies at the Banff Centre, Banff, Canada

00:29:24 – 00:46:50 Simon Fujiwara: ‘Impersonator’ 2009

00:47:45 – 01:07:30 Andrzej Przywara: ‘Warsaw Experience’

01:08:40 – 01:43:52 Panel discussion: Donna Lynas, Director of Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridgeshire, Adam Sutherland, Director of Grizedale Arts, Cumbria, Kitty Scott, Andrzej Przywara and Simon Fujiwara, chaired by Martin Clark


00:00:00 – 00:02:20 Introduction by Dr Virginia Button, Course Leader, MA Curatorial Practice, University College Falmouth

00:02:25 – 00:35:12 Bassam el Baroni: Manifesta 8

00:36:05 – 00:45:09 Jeremy Millar: response to the day’s presentations

00:45:30 – 01:06:40 Panel Discussion: Kadar Attia, Geoffrey Farmer, Jeremy Millar, chaired by Dr Virginia Button

01:06:40 – 01:11:00 Closing remarks by Andrew Nairne, Executive Director, Arts, Arts Council England

01:11:00 – 01:19:40 Closing remarks by Sir Nicholas Serota, Director, Tate

Presentations in the Woodlane Lecture Theatre are recorded on video with a camera fixed over the lectern. The camera does not record presentations made in other parts of the lecture theatre; thus the Echo 360 system does not provide video recordings of panel discussions. The Echo 360 system records Powerpoint presentations where these have been loaded onto the system, but does not record other projected visuals such as slide presentations.

Speakers retain copyright © but have kindly given permission for links to these recordings to be provided through the website of The Falmouth Convention.