This is series of recorded podcasts and talks taking place throughout the year.
A Worker's Art Market Audio Tour takes a trip through the wider ecology of London’s artworld, following the contribution of numerous, anonymous (value-adding) workers along the route. Anecdotes from artists, as makers of art and in their day jobs, builds a snapshot of the commercial art world as the tour traces the path of a fictional artwork through Vauxhall, an area with a rich industrial history and a surprising amount of art market activity to a wide range of places that impact and inform the creative process.
The tour is written and produced by Invigilator Research Network’s Eve Marguerite and Simon Farid, who use their backgrounds as artists, design historians and as gallery invigilators to chart a physical and economic path through the commercial artworld.
A Worker’s Art Market Audio Tour is part of VENICE AGENDAS 2019: THE MARKET: What is the Value of Art? series of events and a recipient of the VA19 grant.
A Worker's Art Market Audio Tour - Part 1
We recommend that you begin listening to this audio tour on your way to the first site on the Albert Embankment, Vauxhall. If this is not possible, listening from your desk, studio, chair or bed is also a great option.
This episode visits Chelsea College of Art, Tate Britain and Vauxhall Gardens Community Centre.