Resonance FM, 8.30pm 12th October & 10.30am 13th October 2021
During the pandemic, artist Hannah Kemp-Welch was in-residence at the Women’s Art Library, based at Goldsmiths. Reaching out to community groups in New Cross, Hannah photocopied and collated packs of ephemera from artists’ projects documented in the library and posted these to local residents. Seven women selected an artist from the archive and responded to their work, recording personal reflections as they looked through materials. This audio essay considers access to archives, and how voices can bring the Women’s Art Library to life.
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Hannah Kemp-Welch is a PhD student at CRiSAP researching ‘Voices in Social Art Practice: Participation, Composition, Transmission’
Image: Hannah Kemp-Welch