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CLIP 11677

Hockney's art does away with the canvas

Hockney's art does away with the canvas

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Key Info
  • Hockney's art does away with the canvas
  • Duration: 03:45
  • David Hockney talks to BBC Click's Peter Price about his new exhibition 'Fleurs Fraiches' in the Yves St Laurent gallery in Paris, where he is showing digital art work created with iPads and iPhones. Hockney describes how he is enjoying using mobile technology and apps like brushes to create and share his digital work with friends as he makes it. Ossian Ward from Time Out magazine also talks about the use of new technology in art. This BBC News Click clip is published as part of BBC News Online - - and was first broadcast on 12 November 2010. Please note this clip is only available in Flash.
  • Subject:

    Art and Design


    New Technologies

  • Keywords: iPad, iPhone, apps, brushes, David Hockney, exhibition, drawing, digital art, artist
Ideas for use in class
  • Introduction to the use of iPads, iPhones and other mobile technology for art and design purposes. Contextual source material for students studying David Hockney or new technologies. Support material for studies on new ways to exhibit work.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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