Video, radio, press and such – Some video footage of pieces of work, of shows, bits of press coverage,some audio, an interview or two and such.
There’s a piece here celebrating 40 years of the Art Foundation course in Bangor, that includes a contribution from me.
TOTALLY LONDON – “Meet Sean Worrall an artist who leaves his paintings on the street to be taken for free…” – There’s a full-bodied interview (done in March 2018) over on a German website dedicated to London called Totally London on the subject of the 2018 art drops as well as East London street art and living in London and well, have a read, it might explain a few things,,,
SHOREDITCH STREET ART TOUR (July 2017) – A piece on some of the recent #43ArtDrop pieces found, “Artist Sean Worrall is renown for his generous distribution of free art in various parts of London and indeed occasionally even further afield…It is a wonderfully beautiful gesture by Sean Worrall to place these free pieces art out on the street to await their fate and we are delighted to report that this cluster of four have all gone to very appreciative homes…” Great to see the photos of people finding the pieces, I tend to leave and so I don’t get to see…
LEYTONSTONE ARTS TRAIL INTERVIEW – This coming weekend (July 1st/2nd 2017), 43 of the daily paintings with be hung, not dropped, never dropped, care is always taken to hang the pieces properly in the right places. this coming weekend 43 paintings will be hung on the streets, walls and green areas of Leytonstone (London E11). The piece of work in 43 parts will he next #43ArtDrop and part of the 2017 Leytonstone Arts Trail. There an interview with me up on the Arts Trail website ahead of the event, the Arts Trail itself takes place between July 1st and July 9th, the #43ArtDrop itself will happen on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd June.
Nice piece on the website of the East London arts newspaper East End Review today (23rd Sept 2015) – “Artist plans to leave 365 paintings on the streets during a year” reads the headline… “Public encouraged to spot, take home and tweet about paintings as part of guerilla art project” so reports Russell Parton “For painter Sean Worrall, the streets are the biggest gallery space of them all”. “Each artwork is hung on the street in a carefully chosen location and labelled with the hashtag #365ArtDrops. Those who take the paintings are encouraged to use social media to document the project as it evolves.
Some audio of a radio interview done by the news Agent on an April Saturday afternoon (2015) at London arts radio station Resonance 104.4fm
if you missed it when it went out live, the News Agents interview where I was a guest talking about Cultivate, the London art scene, the beauty of Huge Baby, running a record label, painting leaves (that some may see in other ways), art drops, affordable art, exclamations, artists being proactive and doing it themselves, Peter Predergast and more, is now up on line to listen to in your own time should you wish to.. big thanks to the News Agents, to Rebecca and Resonance for putting up with me for an hour, it was a pleasure.
Here’s a video made on the first day of Play, a show in an East London warehouse in June 2015, and a video by the Whitesao team (thanks Whitesao)
The One Hundred Pieced Vinyl Piece – a work by Sean Worrall 100 paintings created simultaneously over a 50 day period, for the Brick Lane Art Car Boot Fair 2014
100 pieces all painted at the same on recycled 12″ vinyl records (May 2014)
An animated record of an art event that took place in an underground car park in central London, opening Monday 13th October 2014. We Could Not Agree ran from Tuesday 14th to Sunday 19th October, at QPark Car park, Level -3, Cavendish Square, London W1 (entrance at rear of John Lewis Oxford Street. Animation/direction by Marinecreature
Some footage of the 2014 Folkestone Art Car Boot Fair
And an interview about Cultivate that ran on the FAD website back in the early days of the gallery in 2011
Some Artlyst coverage of the Dissenters Chapel show in Kensal Green cemetery, London NW10
And the two pianos painted for Luke Jerram’s Play Me I’m Yours event in 2011, two piano’s painted on the streets of London while people sat and played them