Felicity Ford & Mundane Appreciation: The Artists behind The Fantastical Reality Radio Show
Felicity Ford pictured with her knitted speaker soundsystem, photo © Abby Mason, 2007
Felicity Ford is undertaking a PhD entitled The Domestic Soundscape and is investigating ways of presenting everyday sounds to audiences. Her last major project, The Missability Radio Show was an Internet-based participatory project focussed around the design of disability-related equipment and drew her into the artist’s use of radio. The Missability Radio Show was exhibited at Oxford Brookes’ MA Showcase, in the Prick Your Finger haberdashery window and at The UK Stitch’n’Bitch day, and is featured on the Social Design website.
You can hear her audio profile here.
Mundane Appreciation; AKA Bell & Figueiredo
Mundane Appreciation at Battersea Art Fair
Mundane Appreciation, founded by Claudia Figueiredo and Kayla Bell in February 2007, is an agency devoted to promoting and exploring the processes of day-to-day life. They use audio, installation, performance and participation to encourage their audience to document and celebrate aspects of their daily lives. In an ongoing quest to gather more information, Mundane Appreciation hold events, make radio broadcasts and conduct interviews. Mundane Appreciation week has exhibited at Oxford Brookes University graduate showcase and at the Battersea affordable art fair.