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Interview for Art in Fusion TV
www.artinfusiontv.com


Marcelle Hanselaar – Making It Happen:
Contemporary Artists Working in Print

A one day symposium in June 2016 hosted by
De Montfort University Fine Art Department
and Leicester Print Workshop
Marcelle Hanselaar was interviewed by
artist/ curator Louise Clarke
in which they discuss the process of creating
a new series of work
from conceiving the idea
through to making and presenting. .


Interviewed and filmed by Joseph Clarke for Hanselaar`s solo show
Open secrets
Millennium Gallery, 2014


Postcard from the Edge
by German filmmaker and artist Thomas Völker.
The film was made in connection with her show
Walking The Line
Kings Place Gallery, London, 2013.


Interviewed and filmed by Robin Field for her show
Biting the Bullet
Millennium Gallery, 2010



Interviewed [ in 2 parts] and filmed by Lawrence Fuller for Art Influence,
in connection with her show
Weight Of Smoke
De Queste Art, Watou, Belgium, 2007

 

Part 1

 

Part 2

 




This Choir of Angels
A collaboration with Laurence Fuller, 2008
A poetic look at human guilt
and the conscience that walks with our every step.
These haunting angels are contemporary and urban
tormenting our drunken New York everyman,
until one day he takes a stand.
Written and voiced by actor Laurence Fuller
with art work by Marcelle Hanselaar.


Audio interview

Nicholas Williams in conversation
with the painter and printmaker Marcelle Hanselaar
Painter to Painter
Recorded October 2015, in Room 30 of the National Gallery, London
in front of Velázquez’s ‘The Immaculate Conception’

Nicholas Williams is a British painter and draughtsman whose works examine aspects of human behaviour, conveyed through symbolism and direct observational painting.
Solo shows include the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, Bournemouth; Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro and Liverpool Cathedral for the European Capital of Culture. In 2001 he was awarded the Hunting Art Prize and in 2008 shortlisted for the Threadneedle Art Prize. Public collections include Bournemouth Central Library, Falmouth Art Gallery, Frissiras Museum in Athens and the British Museum.
www.nicholascwilliams.co.uk