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Rate of Exchange

May 1, 2011 by


Field Theory was dreamed up by a group of artists with varying interests and practices. It is fair to say that all of us are interested in different ways in which to engage people in experiences of meaning. If that sounds a bit vague it is because the actual parameters of the work that we […]


January 13, 2010 by


lala talked with Willoh S. Weiland about Pie, a participatory live art project programmed into Primavera 2009 by curator Jeff Khan for the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. Pie asked contemporary artists to sit down with a member of the general public and talk about their work. If the member of the general public wasn’t […]