Today is the start of the module, major project which would culminate in an exhibition. However due to the pandemic, the work is going to be online instead of a physical show in September. We had a long lecture at […]
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I saved 20 kronor (about two pounds) and an inevitable sense of disappointment by not dashing out to buy a copy of Uppsala Times last Saturday. The article about the group show appeared only in the online version of […]
Cornelia Parker outlines the main changes she’s experienced as an artist over the last 20 years including the opening of Tate Modern.
Collaborative duo Forest + Found discuss their role as artists in “thinking and engaging with our natural resources and the environment.”
Larry Achiampong reflects on the role of art as “a place to conversate, to agree, to disagree, to hope, to dream, to imagine, to debate.”
Harold Offeh outlines how his success as an artist “has been built on the hard efforts, work and activism of previous generations.”
Barby Asante reflects on what has and hasn’t changed for artists in the last two decades, and on the “deep and painful work” of decolonising the art worlds.
Mark Titchner describes the role of art in engendering empathy and how artists “hold up a muddy mirror to the world”.