Archival Record



Other Identifiers

OC/D/1801/179 (local reference number)


2006-01-19 14:29:00 (was last modification date)
2006-01-11 17:18:00Z (was creation date of)

Record Resource Extent

33.7 KB (4 pages)

Scope and Content

Biographical details of the participants in Ken Chu's 'Channelling Andy' project during this Breathe residency at the Chinese Arts Centre. 

Documentary Form Type

artists' statement

Language Information

English (has or had language) Latin (has script)


This record was originally held in folder : '2005\Residencies_&_First_Step_Whisper_Ken Chu' in the Marketing Archive (ACC/2018/1). 

Access and Use

Access status

On site

Representation Type

mediated ➔ digital


machine-readable carrier ➔ magnetic disk ➔ hard drive

Media Type

application ➔ application/msword (Microsoft Word Document 97-2003)

Conditions on Access

The accessible surrogate of the record is available for private nom-commercial research in the CFCCA Library by appointment.

Use status

Copyright Restricted

Conditions on Use

Digital File 'CHANNELLING BIOS.doc', Jan 2006, Ken Chu. Courtesy of the CFCCA Archive & Library, (GB3451/OC/D/1801/179). This document is copyright of Ken Chu. The record is available for private non-commercial research use. For other uses please contact the copyright holder.

Related Content

Related People and Organisations

Chu, Ken, (b.1963) artist (has creator)
Bamber, Matthew (has contributor)
Hardman, Andrew (has or had subject)
Marsh, Brigid (has or had subject)
Stephen Maxwell (has or had subject)

Related places

Manchester (is related to)

Related Terms

text (has content type)
English (has or had language)
digital (has representation type)
application/msword (has media type)
Microsoft Word Document 97-2003 (has file format)
artists' statements (has documentary form type)
Latin (has script)
Copyright Restricted (has use status)
On site (has access status)
Originals (has record state)
hard drives (has carrier type )
Breathe Residency, (2003-2013) (results or resulted from)

Descriptive Notes


This record was processed as part of a project to bring meaningful access to the Centre’s historical collections, 2016-2018, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Rules or Conventions

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