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Paul Burwell | TAPS and PAST: Improvisations with Paul Burwell, 2011

Paul Burwell TAPS and PAST: Improvisations with Paul Burwell, 2011, Double DVD set

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Price £10

Binding Double DVD set with stapled, colour pamphlet

ISBN ISBN 978-0907623-74-8

Pages 8

Edition 2,000

Size 240mm (h) 200mm (w)

Design Phil Baines

Text Realised by Anne Bean, Robin Klassnik and Richard Wilson

Published by Matt’s Gallery, London

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For Anne Bean’s Legacy: Thinker in Residence Project with the Live Art Development Agency and Tate Reserach, the artist worked with Robin Klassnik and Richard Wilson on TAPS: Improvisations with Paul Burwell which was presented by Matt’s Gallery at Dilston Grove in September 2010.

This TAPS DVD is a composite of over 80 contributors including Aaron Williamson, Brian Catling, Rose English , Paul McCarthy, Andre Stitt, Jacky Lansly, Fergus Early, Steven Berkoff, Carlyle Reedy, Shaun Caton, Steve Beresford, Mike Cooper, Viv Corringham, Lol Coxhill, Terry Day, Max Eastley, Susanna Ferrar, Sylvia Hallett, Ashleigh Marsh, Hugh Metcalfe, Phil Minton, Maggie Nicols, Steve Noble, Evan Parker, Elliott Sharp, Alan Tomlinson, Ansuman Biswas, Kaffe Matthews, Peter Cusack, David Toop and Roger Turner. In the second DVD, PAST, Paul Burwell's notebooks of over 30 years, are used to create a dialogue with him.

Matt’s Gallery, 2011, 2 x PAL-DVD, includes an illustrated full-colour booklet, 114 minutes. Ed. Anne Bean with Chris Bishop.