Claire Hicks

“I’m a brit so, sorry about that.” CH
“we’re all asking ourselves questions” CH
“it can’t only be about the people who come to the show” CH
-talking to artist about who they are and what they do beyond that particular next show” CH

Ep 45:

Claire Hicks has just taken up the helm of Critical Path. We have a chat about:

-the consideration of an apology is good
-guilt doesn’t help anyone
-big plans
-”civilization is only 4 meals from barbarianism
-”without trucks Australia stops
-Flicker – Porter Robinson Song Video
-Meri Otoshi – podcast link
-understanding the difference between important, urgent, loud, significant
-listening and doing
-no such thing as a “general public”
-engaging at different moments of the process
-travel guide to sydney book
the map that changed the world book
the master and margarita – Mikhail Bulgakov
book

sponge bob square pants movie
-artists working outside of making something
-having a strong foundation and scaffolding
-sustainability
-flourish instead of survive
-resources and finance trusting a board and management team over the artist
-the commercial arts sector
-being unknown even to oneself
-knowing your practice and the famous cat thought experiment
-having a consistent philosophy
what we do in the shadows movie by Taika Waititi & Jemaine Clement
-meeting someone where they are
dauntless movement crew
force majeure
calisthenics now – youtube or book
-fairfield community arts centre
Bboy Lilou and his Tshirt
-”names don’t constitute knowledge” – richard feynman
-labels as a provocation for discussion but not an end in themselves
Australian Crawl – Boys Light Up

More info:
http://criticalpath.org.au/claire-hicks-announced-as-the-new-director-of-critical-path/

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Matt Cornell is based in the Asia-Pacific region and grew up in Darwin, on Larrakia land. He works through dance, choreography, sound, photography, and discussion to question the arbitrary configuration of systems, and is passionate about overcoming cognitive bias... to ask better questions… to dissolve malignant social narratives.

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