Richard Hamilton, Jacoby, Orrin discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

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Hamilton's chalk outlines we call them chalk outlines 'cause they're like the chalk outlines it police departments put around because of his crime select the sketch of someone with their arms out on the air india and it's like it's like there was a murder victim there and he did it with white paint apparently used like a he hit a ketchup bottle and a mustered bottle from a diner you know the kind of squeezie kind dear friend with lie down and he would drawn outline around the person's body like they were of a murder victim the and then they stand up and then he'd square some of the catch a bottle and put some red paint that look like blood gushing out and uh you know i started to see these down in the same neighborhood around the same time and again the first time you saw it he's a row and i've never seen note of crime scene right out there before and then you look at it he said wait a second there's something this doesn't seem quite quickly and eventually certified figure out that it was art i love that he called himself with dick trace it dick trace it yeah he had several and mr re because it was a mr raring a he took this so seriously or and listen to this i began to think i was murdering people going back to hotel room covered in paint blood in blood red paint anton planning out whereas gonna you know we're doing i made the news that was part of the work i wanted to make news it was part of the mit murder mystery that right there is richard hamilton talking about all the planning that went into his fake murder mysteries may yesterday's earned jacoby a documentary filmmaker who saw his first richard hamilton painting in the early eighties and has a new documentary out about the canadian artist shanta man now an iteens orrin was art ed game to him no art was a serious made it was submitted he did obsessively that was how he defied who he was but you hear the game there would even what he's talking about randy at there's a game there's a game too.

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