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Brian Catling: ‘Where Does It All Come From?’
Brian is the focus of the return of BBC 4's ‘Arena’ programme. The programme will be broadcasted on BBC 4 Sunday 21 November, at 22:15
"An eye-popping insight into the late-flourishing career of maverick artist, teacher and performer, Brian Catling. The vision and imagination of Brian Catling - English sculptor, poet, novelist, film-maker and performance artist - are celebrated through new archive material and exclusive interviews, with recreations of past events and performances.
Catling was born in 1948 and raised in the slums of post War London. An internationally lauded sculptor, he created the memorial monument to the victims of beheading, on the Site of Execution at the Tower of London. He also holds the post of [Emeritus] Professor of Fine Art at The Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford and is a fellow of Linacre College and author of fictional work, The Vorrh Trilogy."
‘Arena: Brian Catling’ is an Anti-Worlds Rook Films production. It was commissioned for BBC Arts and BBC Four by Mark Bell. Directors: Geoff Cox and Andy Starke.
Available to watch on BBC iPlayer here
For more information please visit BBC 4 Arena here