Resort Residency 2016, as part of Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme. Image: Salt, Selina Thompson (2015). Photo: Richard Davenport.

Artist Selina Thompson in conversation with Lynnette Moran

Selina Thompson, UK based artist, undertook the Resort Residency at Lynders Mobile Park Portrane with Create and Fingal Arts as part of the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme (CAPP) in autumn 2016.

She sat down during her time in Ireland to talk with Lynnette Moran, lead producer of CAPP and director of Live Collision, covering a wide ranging number of issues in relation to live art practice and the creation of her award winning performances.

Read more in CREATE: NEWS 21 [PDF]

Read the full interview transcript… [PDF]

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