The second season of our podcast starts with an original audio work by, and discussion with, Anna Brownsted. Anna works across a wide range of media including sound, installation, and performance.
Her work Week Nine was originally released by HOME Manchester during the ninth week of England’s first lockdown. It is a cinematic landscape, meant to be listened to via headphones in a dark room.
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A transcript of the discussion is available here.
Anna Brownsted works across a wide range of media including print, sound, installation, performance and participation. She holds an MA in Performance Practice as Research from Central School of Speech and Drama, and her process is often collaborative, involving interdisciplinary exchanges that directly inform the development of her work.
Week Nine is a Fermynwoods Contemporary Art and Cambridge Junction Homemakers commission, part of HOME Manchester’s Homemakers series, where artists create new works in isolation for an audience also isolated by the coronavirus lockdown.