Furious Folly - 14-18 NOW

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Furious Folly

17 June 2016

Oxford Playhouse

Image credit: Farrows Creative.

Furious Folly

Image credit: Farrows Creative.

How do you create a piece of art based on the most violent of human interactions? Artists’ responses to war have been hugely varied – from highly critical and controversial pieces, to documentaries of the events as they happened. The panel  discuss the themes and messages of this most political section of the art world, from the Dadaism of the early 20th century to the very current cultural creations of 14-18 NOW.

Mark Anderson, the creator of Furious Folly is joined by Neil Faulkner, archaeologist, political activist and research fellow at University of Bristol; Jennifer Johnson, an art historian and Stipendiary Lecturer in English at Brasenose College, Oxford, and Jonathan Jones, the Guardian’s art critic.

 
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