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Trajal Harrell, Zoë Lescaze and Fergus Linehan

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30 July 2017

Episode 421

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We meet choreographer and artist Trajal Harrell, whose new show at London’s Barbican, ‘Hoochie Koochie’, is combining art, dance, and everything in between. Plus, writer Zoë Lescaze joins us to discuss her book ‘Paleoart: Visions of the Prehistoric Past’ and we preview this year’s Edinburgh International Festival with its director Fergus Linehan.

30 July 2017

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Trajal Harrell

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Dancer, artist and choreographer Trajal Harrell’s work has appeared everywhere from MoMA in New York to the Barbican in London. His current show ‘Hoochie Koochie’ at the latter sees dancers taking over the gallery space like moving works of art.

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Zoë Lescaze

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Taschen has collected some of the most striking examples of art that attempts to depict what the prehistoric world looked like in new book ‘Paleoart: Visions of the Prehistoric Past’. Its co-author Zoë Lescaze joins Monocle’s Fernando Augusto Pacheco to talk him through it.

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Fergus Lineman

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The director of the Edinburgh International Festival joins us to preview the events kicking off this week – and continuing in the city all the way through August.

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