Read Sarah Rodigari’s blog post about Touchy Feely and hear a podcast of her Pecha Kucha talk here.
Soon after Pip and I held the Touchy Feely talks in Hobart I was asked by Next Wave Festival to write something about their keynote project, Wake up and wait for the sun to rise: 500 methods for a new beginning, which will be presented at this year’s festival. It’s worth posting a link to the piece here because my reflections on the project were influenced by our talks at Touchy Feely. My article appears on pages 56-7.
In a few weeks I’ll also be able to post an interview I did with Live Art List Australia about Touchy Feely.
Touchy Feely talks…
All photos by Pip Stafford
Melbourne-based artist Dan Koop couldn’t make it to Hobart for Touchy Feely but he thought we might like to check out this article.
It will be here soon. We promise. Just as soon as we’ve had a kip and a cuppa and can make the technology behave itself.
There are photos, video and audio to be had.
In the mean time, join the conversation on twitter: #touchyfeely
Or go read Sally Rees’ thoughts on our first couple of nights: