"When I found out I would have a slot on the Plinth, I knew I wanted the hour to focus on the work of others. The One and Other Project was already (in my understanding) based on the idea of collaborative art: 2400 different ideas about how to 'use' an hour in a public space. Add to this my interest in digital poetry, and you'll get the technology connection. I knew early on that I wanted to do an Exquisite Corpse poem using the internet, but I was troubled by the technology failure possibilities. Even with a variety of contingency plans, I was terrified that I'd be standing there for an hour unable to communicate anything. And then the journalist from TIME called, and suddenly any potential failure seemed more consequential."
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Well done, enjoyed watching!Here's my: Alan's Fourth Plinth page.
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