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ObAUE: Wasn't the sunlight thing an intervention rather than an ... the '80s, interventions were large-scale modifications of public spaces ...

I associate interventions with surgery rather than art.

Or actions by authorities of some kind legislative, judicial, military, parental, etc.

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Wasn't it Radley? I'm sure we met them for rowing, and al fresco Greek plays in their very own amphitheatre.

(Slightly less confident now - can there really be so many Greek theatres in English public schools?) Bradfield. What's amphi- ... MacScottish Play at Bradfield, which washed out the interval picnic with Pavlova, but I still didn't feel a proper tadpole.

Yes, it must be Bradfield. Sorry, thanks. I don't think amphitude has to be complete. And the flat side is closed off by the skene, so the actors are pretty well amphied.

Mike.
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Spit on ***, young sir! Spit on ***, I say! www.guardian.co.uk/g2/story/0,,1497006,00.html Ah, yes. Dear old Eric & Ernie. Where would we be without them? (Don't answer that.)

I like Derek and Clive and that's a terrific interview. Thanks. All sorts of quotable quotes.
But instead of quoting Beavis and Butthead, I'm going to quote Lord Kinnock of Bedweltty. I call such apparent irrelevance Constructive Pericentrism. It transforms and reframes existing objects, both celebrating and questioning their essentialism via a process of narrative Dadaist dissonance. The enquiry is thrown back at the enquirer. He or she is forced to confront the complex chain of realities that enmeshes every origination and must inevitably conclude that 'We are not alone. Third World debt is my problem too.'

Anyway, did you hear that Lord Kinnock has dismissed the referendum results as 'this triumph of ignorance'?
But perhaps all is not lost. Great consternation has been caused yet again by the shortlist for the Turner Prize. ... with brushes, on canvas the whole bloody kaboodle) of wait for this vases of flowers! ***. www.guardian.co.uk/arts/news/story/0,11711,1497666,00.html

I fear that the dreaded irony may indeed be lurking. The artist's paintings are said to 'both celebrate and question the medium.'

Super, dear. How very meta.

Mickwick
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me. Wasn't it Radley? I'm sure we met them for rowing, and al fresco Greek plays in their very own amphitheatre.

(Slightly less confident now - can there really be so many Greek theatres in English public schools?) Bradfield.

Bradfield! That was it. Thanks!
Do they still do them? Hmmm. Well, they did, every three years up to 2000
(http://www.abacus.easynet.co.uk/greeker.htm , last updated in 2001), but I can't find anything later than that, and Greek no longer appears on their curriculum (http://www.bradfieldcollege.org.uk /); the closest they seem to get is "Classical Civilisation" at AS/A2 level, unless I'm missing something.
Pity.

Katy Jennison
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Bradfield! That was it. Thanks! Do they still do them? Hmmm. Well, they did, every three years up to 2000 (http://www.abacus.easynet.co.uk/greeker.htm , last updated in 2001),

"1961 Antigone", that has to be it. Cigars all round!

Mike Barnes
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