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Interpretations: Episode 04 with Adam Webber

Episode 04 with Adam Webber

We’re from the same place, it and me. From the bottom of the southern hemisphere. Yet I’m free. It’s been confined to a cage, a zoo which makes us humans feel good about ourselves for coming to, because an art exposition equals cultural knowledge.

Adam Webber focuses on the head-dress ornament in the form of a fox, bringing together research with lived experience to reflect on themes of migration and belonging.

Interpretations: Podcasts from the UEA student community

The way we approach art is shaped by our different personal and social experiences. In this podcast, UEA Creative Writing students respond to an artwork or aspect of the Sainsbury Centre Collection, exploring identity, feelings, beliefs, values, interests, attitudes and lived experience.

Developed as part of their non-fiction writing module led by Dr Claire Hynes in collaboration with the Sainsbury Centre learning team, these podcasts draw on students’ lived experience to produce creative and compelling personal responses to the Sainsbury Centre.

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