Contents include: Is collaboration different in the visual arts? Gillian Nicol reports from ‘Stronger Together’, an event held in Newcastle in June and Nick Sharp discusses IP and copyright issues that arise through collaborative practices; in Debate Kate Phillimore and […]
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Lauren Healey interviews the artists shortlisted for the Liverpool Art Prize about making work, support structures for their practice, and their reasons for basing themselves in the North West.
John Plowman unpicks a new book on collaborative practice by Nuno Sacramento and Claudia Zeiske.
One of the things that makes digital media so exciting is that they problematise many naturalised systems and spaces of communication.
A-n and Axis are launching a new programme of dynamic, practice-led discussions on hospitality, space and contemporary art making, researched and directed by artist, curator and writer Sonya Dyer. Here, she sets out her thinking for the programme.
LiangWest is a “new prototype of gallery for a new generation of artists whose artistic agendas are relevant to contemporary ideals”. For this month’s Collaborative relationships a-n Magazine Coordinator Chris Brown talks to proprietors Theresa Liang and William West and artist Prem Sahib. They discuss the importance of peer support, and describe how they negotiate their ongoing relationship and their forthcoming exhibition project ‘Boyfriend Material’
Aldo Rinaldi and Katherine Daley-Yates discuss northcabin, a programme of site-specific commissions in an unusual venue in Bristol from 2008-09.
Institute of Contemporary Interdisciplinary Arts, University of Bath
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In October 2010 Safle ceased trading following the withdrawal of funding from the Arts Council of Wales. Back in April 2009, Jane Watt spoke to Safle’s Project Managers and Executive Director about how they were supporting artists to develop and make work in the public realm. At the time Safle was one of the UK’s largest independent public art consultancies.
In the run up to the 2008 Zoo Art Fair, Jane Watt’s profile looks at the first four years of this non-profit enterprise.
Public artist or visual artist? Open or closed? Fee-paid or speculative? Drawn from interviews, Mark Gubb brings points of view from public art commissioners and consultants into a debate started by artists in the April issue of a-n Magazine.
Updated for 2008 Research papers, Indexing intelligence is a listing with live weblinks of accessible ‘facts and figures’, research studies, conference reports, publications and other resources that are pertinent to all those working in the visual arts, compiled and edited […]
Artists Sarah Craske and Stacy Keeler and curator Jessica Baum talk about the challenges of working together in the latest in our collaborative relationships series.
Charles Danby reviews the work of Chloë Steele and considers the role of artist-curator duo Day and Gluckman whose notable track record continues throughout 2008-09 with a programme of five exhibitions for the law firm Collyer Bristow LLP.
Critical attitudes on how art practice is dividing or uniting local, international and global practices has been alluded to since the beginnings of modernism; in 2008 these issues remain at the forefront of response to post-modern visual culture.
Lee Simmons on Sue Cohen’s practice as an artist/curator and her focus on bringing art into the public sphere.
Yvette Mutumba on Shaheen Merali – artist, curator, researcher, writer, observer and globetrotter.
It would seem that politics has taken centre stage in contemporary art.
Paul Stone on east London based organisation Cell Project Space that across three sites encompasses gallery, studios and internship programme.
Declan Long on two new Dublin-based galleries, and the relationship between artist-led spaces in Ireland and the UK.
Extracts from the Curated space online think-tank presentations and discussions.
Curated space looks at strategies and interventions within artist-curator space. Devised and conducted by Manick Govinda, contributors include Gavin Wade, Erika Tan, Jeremy Deller and David A. Bailey.
Curated space artists’ interviews in full.
ArtSway at the Venice Biennale, Palazzo Zenobio, 8-12 June
Commissioned by Creative Partnerships London East and curated by Manick Govinda, Artsadmin, Art for Whose Sake? looked at ways in which contemporary art, performance and live art practices engage young people, within and outside formal systems of learning. Invited speakers […]
Paul Glinkowski talks to Mark Beasley at the start of his Fellowship at Kingston University.