A retrospective of digital artist Pat Flynn’s computer generated images of sculptural objects and edited environments
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A seminar exploring embedded approaches to place based contemporary art practices
A comparison of curation styles, between, The Van Gogh Museum and The Anne Frank House.
Ruth Pringle’s review of Ally Wallace’s solo exhibition at Art Gene.
I have been asked to contribute a short text to Natalie Sanders’ and Rebecca Glover’s collaborative research project on video sculpture. However, since I was unfortunately neither physically nor virtually present at any of the symposia, exhibitions or events, it […]
A visual art exhibition of work directly inspired by, or work considered appropriate to, Todd Haynes’ 1995 film Safe.
Artist Magnus Quaife dismantles French thinker and literary theorist Roland Barthes’ heartfelt imitations of painter Cy Twombly’s work.
After a still hectic post-Black Friday walk through the city centre I reached Saint Davids House and entered into the exhibition Sacred Danger Part II by Uliana Apatina as a part of her work for The Kim Fielding Award. This […]
Major art biennial exhibition
Hats off to Paula Boulton 10th August 2015. Paula Boulton wears a fetching pink hat. Those fortunate enough to work with her before and after this date will also know she has many hats in her creative wardrobe: musician; director; […]
“This is disgusting” – were the words of a middle-aged man as he fled the scene of Eddie Peake’s solo show Forever Loop at the Barbican Curve. Indeed, Eddie’s work is essentially synonymous with nudity nowadays, so I did expect […]
for one night only: a convention to celebrate shyness : part of the museums at night.
The first thing to note is that ‘The Tate’ in this instance is a shed in an Ilkley backyard. While it’s not just any shed – but in fact a seasonally open, non-commercial gallery slowly building a good reputation- it […]
It is a dreich November day, a day when the whole country is shrouded in mist, perhaps as the aftermath of Halloween or just the reality of autumn. I have the chance to escape and listen to Graham Fagen talking […]
Abraham Cruzvillegas: Empty Lot is the inaugural Hyundai Commission for the Turbine Hall, Tate Modern.
A Performance Lecture by Theaster Gates, part of the Sanctum Programme by Situations Bristol
Review of new work by Simon Lee Dicker in response to a residency at the Twineworks in West Coker
27th October – 2nd November 2015
Slip off your shoes, submerge into a ball pit and watch a film of … well I am not entirely sure. Sometimes, art is just fucking weird, but at Jon Rafman’s solo show at Zabludowicz Collection, I caught a glimpse […]
Published by Live Art Development Agency & Oberon Books Ltd. London. UK.
Edited by Aaron Wright and Lois Keidan.
Solo exhibition 19 October – 14 November 2015
The display of Rachel Howard’s recent work at the Hastings branch of the Jerwood Gallery feels like a strangely divided affair, the paintings falling into two quite distinct groups. The more compelling set, smaller in scale, are mainly concerned with […]
This exhibition shows the work by commissioned artists who explored the local pigment ‘Bideford Black’ over the course of a year.
Six artists respond to a Victorian Garden.
The inaugural Plymouth Art Weekender took place in a range of venues and public locations throughout the ocean city between 25-27 September 2015. Pippa Koszerek considers projects from the Crafts Council, Karst, The Alamo Project, Plymouth Arts Centre and Royal William Yard.