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Liquid sorrow
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Susie Hamilton

For the last five years I have painted cowboys, explorers and criminals – men seeking liberation outside the laws and limits of society in dangerous, exhilarating places.

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Self portrait (kissing with Scopolamine)
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Douglas Gordon

The master of Hollywood remakes and literary allusion, Douglas Gordon, talks through his career development with Morgan Falconer.

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Still life from Ladakh 2
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Richard Winkworth

I started using encaustics because I was looking for a way to trap marks beneath thick translucent layers of paint, without having to rely on the largely plastic and unnatural qualities of acrylic.

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Belle tents
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Richard Slee

Richard Slee, acclaimed ceramicist and winner of last year’s Jerwood Applied Arts Prize, talks to Emma Maiden about his career development.

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Carnival
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Ian Skoyles

My recent works are produced through a process of assembling a single piece from a number of ready-made commercial puzzles purchased at car boot sales and second-hand shops.

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White geometric structure cushion
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Lauren Moriarty

The investigation of repeat pattern forms the basis of my work which fits somewhere between experimental textiles and product design.

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The kitchen
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Langlands and Bell

Curator Michael Stanley looks back over a career forged from close collaboration with artists Langlands and Bell.

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The paint drips to make snakes and upside down monkeys
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Alf Lohr

My watercolours came about when I realised how traditional perceptions of art can be.

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Double dresses
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Caroline Broadhead

Rosemary Shirley meets Caroline Broadhead to find out how she moved from jewellery designer to internationally acclaimed exhibiting artist.

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To play with and to love!
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Claire Douglass

Claire Douglass describes the work that she made during her recent residency in Hackney.

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Dreamtime 2001
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Jane and Louise Wilson

In 1999 we visited Moscow for the first time and whilst there contacted the British Council to propose a new work looking at aspects of the Russian space programme.

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Six boxes
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Wood and Harrison

Sally Shaw meets artistic duo John Wood and Paul Harrison to talk about collaboration, long-distance relationships and career development.

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Sabine
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Alison Watt

The more I see of painting, the less I understand it. But I know how it makes me feel.

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Vengence
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Stefan Gec

Over the last ten years I have been involved in a series of ambitious publicly sited projects that have been diverse, both in their physical appearance and their scale, whilst fulfilling various conceptual criteria.

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Under Wood, Over Head
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Helen Maurer

I work predominantly with glass and light, experimenting with these combined mediums to discover visual qualities that inform my ideas.

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Route
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Tania Kovats

Rosemary Shirley talks to Tania Kovats about how she sustained her practice through a flexible and diverse approach to working.

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Guggenheim spores 4
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Tina Bolyos

Tina Bolyos describes the work she has been doing alongside scientists in Hertfordshire.

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White Cross
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Will Nash

In my most recent exhibition, ‘Semi Gloss’ at the Glynn Vivian Gallery in Swansea, I exhibited part of my Crash Site series.

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Slice of reality
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Richard Wilson

Back in February, Richard Wilson took time out from installing ‘Irons in the Fire’, his first national touring exhibition, to discuss the development of his career.

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Blind
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Stephen Hackett

After studying at the art college in Belfast, I joined Catalyst Arts (an artist-run organisation based in the city) where I was co-director for two years.

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Exposed painting vine black violet gold green
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Callum Innes

Moira Jeffrey meets Callum Innes in his Edinburgh studio to discuss his career development to date.

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2d version The Dialogue
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Nicky Bird

In 1999 I was flicking through a book on Julia Margaret Cameron, the pioneering Victorian photographer.

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