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Blogger interviews 2012
September: Jack Hutchinson
Andrew Bryant talks to Jack Hutchinson about the relationship between drawing and obsession, and about his residency and exhibition at the Nunnery Gallery in East London. Read on»
July/August: Tamarin Norwood
Tamarin Norwood talks to Andrew Bryant about art and writing, the contemporary fascination with hermeneutics, and the tricky relationship between subjectivity and painting. Read on »
June: Elena Thomas
Textiles based artist Elena Thomas talks to Andrew Bryant about the centrality of drawing, the importance of dialogue, what makes a good blog, art as a state of being, and more... Read on »
May: Ania Bas and Ruthie Ford
Artists and co-mentors Ania Bas and Ruthie Ford explore socially engaged issues, language and practice. Here they talk to Andrew Bryant about socially engaged practice, the importance of process, whether it be performance or embroidery, and the artists' relationship to critical reading, writing and debate. Read on »
April: Iris Priest
Newcastle based artist and writer Iris Priest talks to Andrew Bryant about art as 'impulse', the driving engine behind CANNED, the magazine she edits, and the 'binding' nature of language. Read on »
February: Kate Murdoch
Second career artists can bring a richness and sincerity to their work, but how many do you know who never went to art school? Kate Murdoch discuses these and other issues with Andrew Bryant. Read on »
January: Becky Hunter
Becky Hunter is a freelance art writer whose blogs demystify, with honesty and intelligence, the processes of making art, writing about art, and finding a place in the wider world of art. Here she talks to Andrew Bryant about criticality and affect, the prickly subject of money, and why we need idealists. Read on »
First published: a-n.co.uk February 2012
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