Audio Visual recordings
The Henry Moore Institute regularly hosts events on a wide range of sculptural topics. Many of these are recorded, and available to listen to in our dedicated Audio Visual Library. Below is a selection of recordings from these events.
Becky Beasley's performance uses multiple voices, alternating between historical fictions and abstract texts.
Video recording from the performance event 'High Up On A Baroque Palazzo: A Lecture Demonstration'.
The polished disks of Barry Martin's kinetic sculpture reflect the light and create complex optical effects.
Bruce Lacey's mechanical sculpture, on display as part of United Enemies, grinds into action.
Tamara Trodd discusses Tacita Dean's film portraits in relation to the wider theme of 'father figures'.
The director of Savage Messiah, Ken Russell, sends an open letter to HMI's Gaudier-Brzeska symposium.
Contemporary artists and art historians discuss the varied interpretations of the sculpture's meaning.
Conference exploring the complex relationship between sculpture and performance over the last century.