Studio Audience: On new-look Mr Kipling and how best to interview artists

Date
29 August 2014
Reading Time
2 minute read

And so another week wings by in an instant but for all you pod fans that means another brand new episode of Studio Audience. This week listen to Liv, Amy, Rob and Maisie discuss some going-on from the art and design world, plus the usual weird and wonderful tangents you’ve come to expect. As ever you can listen using the SoundCloud embed below or you can subscribe via iTunes here.

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Andrew Townsend: The-Art-Form: – Issue One

We began this week by discussing how best to interview artists, after coming across The-Art-Form magazine wherein artists often answer questions with images. We then moved onto the Mr Kipling rebrand by JKR and chewed over our initial reactions to the changes.

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The new-look Mr Kipling packaging

In the second section we kicked off looking at Facebook’s announcement that it wants to minimise so-called clickbait headlines from our news feeds in favour of content we are more likely to spend time with, and finally we looked at the British Journal of Photograph’s new magazine fltr which celebrates mobile phone photography and analyses its cultural impact.

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Facebook used this imaginary site as an example of the headlines it wants to get rid of from its feeds

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fltr

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