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Choice blogs archive 2012
September: Keeping Time and Doing words with things
Emily Rosamund selects Tamarin Norwood's blogs, 'Norwood has her own coils to contend with. She presents notes, source material and videotaped rehearsals for a performance in which she manipulates wire in response to instructions ... in British Sign Language'. Read on»
July/August: Plan for World Domination
Elena Thomas selects Sophie Cullinan's blog Plan for World Domination because of its '...humour and a sense of the ridiculous, colour, fun, honesty, wrangling with the everyday whilst trying to be an Artist...' Read on »
June: Show your working out
Laura Alabaf spotlights Jo Farnell's blog Show your working out because of Farnell's 'playful, tactile and humble' approach and her knack for 'slowly dissecting the content and exploring all that comes out of' her work. Read on »
May: The Queen of Hungary Project Space
The Queen of Hungary Project Space provides a fascinating glimpse into the daily workings of a dynamic, independent project that started out as an artist-led gallery in a medieval building in Norwich, 2001. Read on »
April: Beyond Painting
South African born artist, writer and educator Linda Stupart highlights David Riley's blog FORMAT because it is "...singular within the A-N community in its exploration of the formof writing...". Read on »
February: Keeping Time
Independent curator and writer Tom Trevatt spotlights Tamarin Norwood who, 'focuses on the conditions of making cursive marks, re-cursing the cursive with her camera, tracing the trace...'. Read on »
January: Creative conversations
Callum Monteith spotlights Joe Stevens' Creative Conversations as it foregrounds 'the whole action of discussion' through a 'progressively refined approach to both his activities and personal reflection'. Read on »
First published: a-n.co.uk February 2012
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