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Back and forth

With a background in architectural design, followed by research in architectural history, and then a period teaching public art and writing art criticism, my research has tended to focus on transdisciplinary meeting points – between feminist theory and architectural history, conceptual art practice and architectural design, art criticism and autobiographical writing – through individual and collaborative research projects.1

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a-n Collections: Artist's profiles
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Artists’ profiles

Edith Marie Pasquier selects a range of artist’s profiles from the a-n archive. In her introduction she analyses the varied routes that artists careers can take and offers insight into what drives artists’ development. Includes updates on selected artist’s recent […]

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Impact of networking
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Impact of networking

Second part of Jane Watt’s review of the Networking Artists’ Networks (NAN) initiative, which aims to qualify NAN’s key principles, identify outcomes and highlight areas for future development. pfd version [size: 737KB]. Requires pdf reader.

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Perspectives on practice

As part of marking our 25-year anniversary, Chicago-based Tom Burtonwood selects key texts from our publishing in the 1990s illustrating a-n’s impact “as a vehicle for foregrounding developments in artists’ practice and strategies”. Includes articles by Nina Edge, Sunil Gupta, […]

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Enriched mix

Artist David Macintosh takes a personal look at collaborative working.

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O brave new world

Sunil Gupta looks back to the revolution of the mid 1990s, when the artistic imagination was first allowed to direct cultural policy.

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