Roddy Lumsden talks to artist Joshua Sofaer about the differences between performance and live art, audiences, and finding funding.
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Angharad Pearce Jones explores the sprawling career of Tessa Fitzjohn, providing an insight into her successful work/life balance.
Sorcha Dallas profiles Transmission, the Glasgow-based artist-run gallery, that was established in 1983 by graduates of Glasgow School of Art.
Hayley Newman works performatively, producing live events, film, video and photography. Sally O’Reilly looks at how she investigates modes of documentation and the historical placement of the genre.
Nils Norman’s practice uses digital illustrations and architectural modelmaking to propose redevelopments of urban sites. Chris Hammonds finds out about his ‘multi-front economy’ based practice.
Paul Moss profiles Tanya Axford and discusses the strategies she has employed to maintain her practice.
The Contemporary Art Society (CAS) supports the museum collection of contemporary art. Hugh Adams investigates the society’s aims and activities and offers advice on making an approach to CAS.
Rebecca Farley profiles the Starter studios programme and looks at how six of the scheme’s previous artists were able to develop their careers.
Heather Rigg profiles Next Move, a national professional development scheme which aims to launch the careers of applied artists.
Lucy Wilson explores the development and expansion of Hidden Art, an initiative set-up by Dieneke Ferguson to promote the work of designer-makers in Hackney.
Despite graduating just two-and-a-half years ago, it is incredible how much metalsmith Junko Mori has managed to achieve in terms of reaching different markets and raising the profile for her work. In some ways she appears to be the very […]
Usually I’m on the move. I have a tendency to spend between two days and two weeks somewhere and then move on.
I relate to my work as moving still-drawings rather than animation or video.
Kerry Stewart finds time to talk about her professional development with Sally O’Reilly.
Since completing an MA in ceramics in 1998, I’ve worked with and in response to a diverse range of people, environments and themes.
I studied at London College of Printing and spent the subsequent decade attempting to master print as a medium.
Continuing our series of articles focusing on the career development of well-established artists, painter Geraint Evans talks to Sally Shaw about his success.
Simon Morrissey cuts to the chase with Cornelia Parker and finds out how she has fought commercial pressures to follow her own artistic agenda.
My performances are not shown in public. I build objects that are not sculptures and I use photography for documentation without a second thought.
My work explores the boundaries between the physical body and the body of a site.
Busy with Sciart projects and with work in ‘Metamorphing’ at the Science Museum, Dorothy Cross spares time to reflect on some of the highs and lows of being an artist; describing how artistic faith has carried her through.
A few years ago I found a television in a skip.
My inspiration comes from the visual impact of an aggregate assembled with many small components.
With a solo show currently at the Courtauld Institute, Conrad Atkinson talks to Sue Hubbard about the evolution of his career – a practice rooted equally in the political and the personal.
I recently completed a public art commission for the new Library and Learning Centre at Leeds Metropolitan University.