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"The underlying thread is precisely a lack of something: the absence of the self, the body and the personal, a definite emptiness even on those works that depict the human form" writes Maru Rojas Cuahonte on neo:artprize2013 at neo:gallery22, Bolton: Read on »
Dave Pao reviews the 2nd Design4Health Conference at Sheffield Hallam University: "I've been a medical doctor all my working life and in July, for the first time I found myself walking through the doors of a design conference" Read on »
Sunny Cheung journeys through the historic Newark Park House: "A series of smoothly rendered horn-like ceramics are arranged in a circular fashion atop a dinner table, appearing as dangerous as a set of shark's teeth" Read on »
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By Emma Osbourn
Navigator North are Vicky Holbrough, James Lowther, and Nicola Parkin, they formed in 2010 with a common desire to support artists, use unused spaces and initiate public facing works of art. Work and Play is the first programme that connects these Read on »
SE Barnet, co-organized with Sally Morfill The second in a series of two exhibitions on making marks and meaning whilst looking at early complicit engagement with surveillance and the relationship between diaristic self-exposure with the Read on »
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