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The GLUCKSMAN Little Interview

This week we hear from Angela Fulcher, whose work is currently on show in Gallery 2 as part of Stitch in Time: The Fabric of Contemporary Life.

 

Angela Fulcher: 17 April 2015

What are you reading?
The Europeans by Henry James and Art Encounters Deleuze and Guattari by Simon O’Sullivan with The Guesthouse reading group.

Favourite museum?
Feeling nostalgic for the Russell-Cotes Museum.

Best performance?
Most memorable for me are:

1982 – Coppelia, English National Ballet at The Royal Albert Hall.

1988 – The Mission at Poole Arts Centre.

1993 – Spiritualized at Glastonbury Festival.

What is your most treasured possession?
I don’t see my pets as possessions, but they are in my care and much loved. Spooky and Cleo, cats, 11 yrs old

What work(s) of art inspire you?
Just a few from an innumerable list:

Johannes Itten, colour star.

Barbara Hepworth, Pelagos.

Helio Oiticica, Grand Nucleus.

Isa Genzken, Elipsoids.

David Hockney, Winter Timber.

A lightbulb moment?
Becoming vegetarian.

Guilty pleasure?
Favourite movie The Lost Boys and a giant bag of cheese puffs.

What would you like to be doing right now?
Sleeping.

Previous Little Interviews

Karis Medina and Sam McCune, Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, 3 and 10 April 2015
Gemma Kearney, Artist and Glucksman technician,
27 March 2015
Martin O'Connor, Librarian, UCC,
20 March 2015
Gavin Murphy, artist,
13 March 2015
Elly Collins, UCC student,
6 March 2015
Orla Murphy, Lecturer, UCC,
27 February 2015
Killian O'Dwyer, CCAD student,
20 February 2015
Stuart McLaughlin, Google,
13 February 2015
Ann Ramsden, artist,
6 February 2015
Aideen Quirke, UCC Student
, 23 January 2015
Alan Phelan, artist
16 January 2015

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