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Kayt Hughes and her piece 'Study Scores, 2nd Movement' 2015 at Baltic 39 in Newcastle. 

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Kayt Hughes wins Woon Foundation Prize 2015

The Nottingham Trent University graduate has been announced winner of the £20,000 prize for a final year painting and sculpture student during the unveiling of an exhibition of twelve shortlisted artists at Baltic 39’s Project Space in Newcastle upon Tyne.

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Tree of Codes, Manchester International Festival 2015. Photo: Ravi Deepres
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MIF 2015: Tree of Codes – a mesmerising total artwork

Continuing its cross-artform commissioning process, the Manchester International Festival production Tree of Codes teams choreographer Wayne McGregor with visual artist 
Olafur Eliasson and musician Jamie XX. Bob Dickinson is mesmerised.

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Main gallery at S1
Artspace, Sheffield during an exhibition
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Degree shows 2015: “Just stop with the business cards!”

As the degree shows season draws to a close, we republish the last of three interviews with art professionals from the 50-page a-n Degree Shows Guide 2015. Here, Louise Hutchinson, director of S1 Artspace in Sheffield, talks about how to present work and the tyranny of the student business card.

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Brass Art, Freud's House, The Double (still)
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Artists and the uncanny: shadow worlds at Freud’s house

Organised by collaborative artists Brass Art, the Folds in Time conference at the Freud Museum will explore the uncanny and unconscious within artistic responses to architectural space. Kristin Mojsiewicz explains to Pippa Koszerek why artists are at the centre of the event.

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M.C. Escher, Day and Night. The M.C. Escher Company – Baarn, The Netherlands. All rights reserved. www.mcescher.com
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NOW SHOWING #102: The week’s top exhibitions

This week’s must-see shows include a scene of destruction at South London Gallery, a major survey of contemporary ceramic practice in Cardiff, and a career-spanning retrospective of Dutch surrealism in Edinburgh.

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