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William Furlong belongs to the generation of British artists who developed a new concept of sculpture in the 1970's and 80's (Gilbert and George, Bruce McLean, Paul Richards etc.). Furlong's special contribution has been in the area of Sound and, with the founding of Audio Arts (together with Michael Archer) in 1973, he began a project of mapping the territory of contemporary art in a series of cassette editions. The Audio Arts project is not only a massive archive of interviews with artists but also contains documents of important exhibitions, symposia and festivals plus many original acoustic works by artists. William Furlong is professor at the Wimbelton School of Art in London.
38 Selected Statements
      Worktype Info Year Country Admin
unknown Exhibition Tate Gallery 1967 England Edit
unknown Exhibition Northern Ireland Open 100 1969 Ireland Edit
unknown Exhibition John Moores Liverpool Exhibition 1969 England Edit
Audio Arts Magazine Magazine, Cassette unspecified 1973 England Edit
Academic Board Installation unspecified 1976 England Edit
Live to Air Exhibition Tate Gallery 1982 England Edit
Audio by Artists Curation Walter Phillips Gallery 1982 Canada Edit
The Sculpture Show Curation Hayward Gallery 1982 England Edit
British Soundworks Curation Franklin Furnace 1983 USA Edit
On the Wall/On the Air Exhibition M.I.T. 1984 USA Edit
Sound/Vision Exhibition Plymouth Arts Centre and Spacex Centre 1985 England Edit
0782 272121 six works on the telephone Cassette 1986 England Edit
Arris Cassette ICA 1986 England Edit
Uhms and Ahhs Recorded Work UK 1986 England Edit
unknown Installation, 45rpm record Interim Art 1988 England Edit
Soundworks Exhibition Exhibition Triskel Arts Centre 1988 Ireland Edit
Placement and Recognition Presentation With the Eyes Shut 1988 Austria Edit
Radio Garden Installation Tyne International Exhibition of Contemporary Art 1990 England Edit
Radio Beyond Radiophonic BBC Radio 3 1992 England Edit
Documenta 9, Audio Arts, Book Reclam Verlag 1992 England Edit
6 sound works Installation 1993 Italy Edit
Suite dautomne, Installation Salon de Musique, Galerie Lara Vincey 1993 France Edit
Audio Arts: Discourse and Practice in Contemporary Art Book Academy Editions 1994 England Edit
Beyond the Pale Installation A.A.R.T (Audio Artists Radio Transmisions) 1994 Ireland Edit
Lesezimmer II Installation Kunstlerhaus 1994 Austria Edit
The Oily Men of Mill Dam Bank Installation Customs House 1995 England Edit
Hearing is Believing Radiophonic 1995 England Edit
Image, Sequence of Time Installation BFF 1996 England Edit
Hearing is Believing CD unspecified 1996 England Edit
Absences/Presences Installation Ateliergemeinschaft 1996 Germany Edit
Identity and Location Walls of Sound Radiophonic ORF 1997 Austria Edit
Mute Dialogue - unspecified 1997 England Edit
Sound Garden Installation Serpentine Gallery 1998 England Edit
Sound Corridor Installation Sculpture at Goodwood. 1998 England Edit
An Imagery or Absence Installation Imperial War Museum 1998 England Edit
Spoken For/Spoken About Installation Voice Over:Sound and Vision in Current Art: National Touring Exhibition organised by Hayward Gallery for the Arts Council 1998 England Edit
Passage of Time Installation Plymouth Arts Centre 2004 Italy Edit
Simple Folk Soundwork Plymouth Arts Centre 2005 England Edit