Outside In: Step Up Audio Trails

Image Credit: Peter Howson, Suspicious Boy

Image Credit: Peter Howson, Suspicious Boy

Working under the guidance of audio-describer Bridget Crowley, five Outside In: Step Up artists recorded spoken narratives of their research into artworks from Pallant House Gallery's collections. Two other artists wrote and recorded poems about pieces in the collections too. The recordings formed part of the Outside In: Step Up trail that occured at Pallant House Gallery during the Outside In: National exhibition in late 2012.

The audio trail was a fun and engaging way to learn more about the works chosen and the artists who created them, as well finding out what led the group to choose those works in the first place and the effects the research project had on their personal work.

The pieces described included Barbara Hepworth's Single Form (Nocturne), Frank Auerbach's Reclining Head of Gerda Boehm and Peter Howson's Suspicious Boy.

WIth thanks to Chichester Area Talking News for their help with the recordings for the trail.

Please download the zip file below to your computer and you can then put these tracks on to your phone or music player to listen to. Alternatively you can listen to them below...

Download audio trail files.zip...

If listening to the tracks below, you can download the accompanying booklet here before listening to the tracks so that you can see which pieces of work are being profiled

Download Outside_In_Audio_Trail.pdf...

Track 0

Introductory track

Track 1

Barbara Hepworth, Two Forms

Poetic Response by Dolly Sen. Please listen below and click on the PDF to see Dolly's texts

Track 2

Peter Howson, Suspicious Boy

Audio description by Lynne Firmager and poetic response by Dolly Sen. Please listen below and click on the PDF to see Lynne's texts

Track 3

Patrick Caulfield, Reserved Table

Audio description by James Thompson and poetic response by Dolly Sen. Please listen below and click on the PDF to see James' texts.

Track 4

Jean Dubuffet

Poetic response by Colin Hambrook

Track 5

Jean Dubuffet, Jardin L'Hourloupe

Poetic response by Colin Hambrook

Track 6

Jean Dubuffet, Le Lit 2

Poetic response by Colin Hambrook

Track 7

Jean Dubuffet, L'Auditeur

Poetic response by Colin Hambrook

Track 8

Alfred Wallis, Four Boats

Poetic Response by Dolly Sen. Please listen below and click on the PDF to see Dolly's texts

Track 9

Barbara Hepworth, Single Form (Nocturne)

Audio description by Suviwan Harvey and poetic response by Dolly Sen

Track 10

Scottie Wilson, Peaceful Vase

Poetic Response by Dolly Sen. Please listen below and click on the PDF to see Dolly's texts

Track 11

Paul Nash, Dead Spring

Poetic Response by Dolly Sen. Please listen below and click on the PDF to see Dolly's texts

Track 12

Nigel Henderson, Head of James Joyce

Poetic Response by Dolly Sen. Please listen below and click on the PDF to see Dolly's texts

Track 13

Mark Gertler, Near Swanage

Audio description by Jacqui Cavalier and poetic response by Dolly Sen. Please listen below and click on the PDF to see Jacqui's texts.

Track 14

Frank Auerbach, Head of Julia 2

Poetic Response by Dolly Sen. Please listen below and click on the PDF to see Dolly's texts

Track 15

Frank Auerbach, Reclining head of Gerda Boehm

Audio description by Stephen White and poetic response by Dolly Sen. Please listen below and click on the PDF to see Stephen's texts.