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Colour: Sean Scully, Jamie Ward, Caroline Cox

Philip Dodd hears from artist Sean Scully about his latest show and explores our perception of colour with neuroscientist Jamie Ward and fashion expert Caroline Cox.

Philip Dodd talks to the celebrated abstract artist, Sean Scully and neuroscientist Jamie Ward and fashion expert Caroline Cox explore our perception of colour.

Producer: Zahid Warley
Sean Scully: Kind of Red
Installation view, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, June 2014
Copyright, Sean Scully. Photo by Todd White Fine Art Photography

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First broadcast June 2014.

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45 minutes

Chapters

  • Sean Scully interview

    Philip Dodd in extended interview with the artist

    Duration: 31:56

  • The meaning of colour in our lives

    Discussion with neuroscientist Jamie Ward and Fashion historian Caroline Cox

    Duration: 05:54

Sean Scully

As the National Gallery mounts an exhibition exploring the way colour has been created from lapis lazuli to crushed insects, Philip Dodd explores the painter's palette talking to artists including Sean Scully about his Kind of Red exhibition at Timothy Taylor Gallery.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

 

The role colour plays in our lives

Philip Dodd explores our perception of colour in our lives with neuroscientist Jamie Ward and fashion expert, Caroline Cox.


Colour Season on Radio

Colour Season on Radio

BBC Radio 2 Colour on the Radio - 16 June - 20 June 2014

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Philip Dodd
Interviewed Guest Sean Scully
Interviewed Guest Jamie Ward
Interviewed Guest Caroline Cox
Producer Zahid Warley

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