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Ian Cheng, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Alice Vincent, Alona Pardo and Hans Eijkelboom

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23 February 2020

Episode 555

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Artist Ian Cheng uses digital technology to create extraordinary, evolving worlds. We talk to him and curator Hans Ulrich Obrist about his new exhibition in Madrid. Plus: journalist turned author Alice Vincent on gardening and her memoir, ‘Rootbound’, and we talk to the curator of an exhibition exploring the way photographers explore masculinity.

23 February 2020

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Ian Cheng, Hans Ulrich Obrist

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Artist Ian Cheng pushes digital technology to explore philosophical and narrative possibility. His new exhibition in Madrid has been curated by the Serpentine’s artistic director, Hans Ulrich Obrist. They join us to explain more.

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Alice Vincent

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Author Alice Vincent talks us through her new book, ‘Rootbound’, which uses gardening as a means to reflect on life, love and finding nature in the city.

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Alona Pardo and Hans Ejkelboom

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An exhibition at London’s Barbican explores the way masculinity has been depicted in photography. We discuss it with curator Alona Pardo and participating photographer Hans Eijkelboom.

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