In this week’s episode we explore the legacies of surrealism within contemporary practice, alongside re-framing notions of the ‘female muse’ and heterosexual bodies.
We hear from Molly Gilroy from the University of Edinburgh, Rachel Ashenden from the University of Glasgow, and Tasmin Petrie, also from the University of Glasgow.
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