Monday 27 April 2009
This session, at the Southbank Centre, was part of the annual Slow Down London season of events looking at the slow movement in terms of life in London.
Speakers included writer and critic Paul Harper, lettering sculptor and lettercutter Gary Breeze , furniture maker David Gates, artist Shelly Goldsmith and writer and author of In Praise of Slow, Carl Honoré. Each speaker presented a brief talk on the themes of slowness in their work, followed by open questions from the audience.
Introduction by Paul Harper, writer and critic
Talk by Shelly Goldsmith, artist
Talk by Gary Breeze, lettering sculptor and lettercutter
Talk by David Gates, furniture maker
Talk by Carl Honoré, writer and author of In Praise of Slow
Open dialogue with audience, audio quality varies