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Part of a Work Object: Torch
Description compiled via interview with Richard Layzell, University of Bristol, 2008.
Richard's torch was a small, black Maglite, a novel item at the time as the brand was largely unknown in the UK. ... Richard still has it and describes it as focusable and quite powerful. ... It is hidden in Richard's inside pocket for much of the performance.
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Part of a Work Electronic, Digital and Audio Visual: Yello
Description compiled via interview with Richard Layzell, University of Bristol, 2008.
Richard remembers Yello as a Swiss band, working in Germany. This unidentified track was chosen and edited by Richard as ... Richard had used the same music in previous performances.
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Part of a Work Electronic, Digital and Audio Visual: Dance mix
Description compiled via interview with Richard Layzell, University of Bristol, 2008.
... before I Never Done Enough Weird Stuff Dan, one of Richard's former students in Newport, owned a very early Sony Walkman which Richard would listen to. ... Dan made Richard a mix tape of dance music which Richard loved and would listen to often.
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Part of a Work Garment: Waistcoat
Description compiled via interview with Richard Layzell, University of Bristol, 2008.
Richard's waistcoat was a gift from a close friend in Glasgow, Kathleen O'Neill. ... Kathleen had commissioned the first version of Richard's installation Tap, Ruffle and Shave for the McLellan Galleries, 1995.
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Part of a Work Garment: Cuff
Description compiled via interview with Richard Layzell, University of Bristol, 2008.
Richard points out that the cuff was new and brightly coloured and, unlike the 35mm slides or video extracts, it still ... Richard describes it as an 'appendage', falling between object and garment.
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Part of a Work Electronic, Digital and Audio Visual: Coffee stirrer images
Description compiled via interview with Richard Layzell, University of Bristol, 2008.
Richard feels that these images make a particularly well-timed appearance. ... stirrer framed against a cutting board and were taken by Richard in his flat in Finsbury Park. Disposable coffee stirrers were not common in 1996. ... Richard says of his inclusion of the slides within I Never Done Enough Weird Stuff; "I'm in a previous work".
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Part of a Work Electronic, Digital and Audio Visual: Guide
Description compiled via interview with Richard Layzell, University of Bristol, 2008.
Guide was directed by Richard Layzell and starred collaborator Joan Taylor along with Richard himself. ... It was made in 1981 and Richard feels one of its strongest features was its high quality production, rarely available to artists at the time.
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Part of a Work Electronic, Digital and Audio Visual: Diagonal composition images series #1
Description compiled via interview with Richard Layzell, University of Bristol, 2008.
These very sharp images were taken by Richard from a train window in Canada or upstate New York. Richard considers this image sequence to be 'found work'.
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