“Talking to the students is a lot of fun” Grayson tells The Guardian, “I’m quite self-serving so, while going round a degree show, what I really want to find out is what’s going on in the world today, particularly as technology has widened the chasm between generations”.
Featuring three stellar creatives from Chelsea’s undergraduate summer show, the piece sees Grayson in conversation with ‘The Slime Queen’ Elizabeth Prentis and her 450g goo fountain performance-sculpture, ‘The Love Machine’ arcade game designer Rosie Howe, and artist Sarah Smith, whose work saw the words “KNEEL BEFORE ME AND BEG” emblazoned across Chelsea’s exterior on giant banners.
Read the full article on Grayson meeting tomorrow’s art stars in The Guardian
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