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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Life flows forth out of the door from the limitation of isolated separate existence into the limitlessness of all possible directions. Georg Simmel, Bridge and Door
Andrew Dodds contribution to The dream that kicks, a-n Collections.
As you will have by now no doubt ascertained, The dream that kicks: Transdisciplinary practice in action is a curious collection of works, which at once demonstrates and queries its subject.
Edith Marie Pasquier introduces her selection of 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 […]
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.
NAN: Networking Artists’ Networks
Foreword by Jane Watt.
Jane Watt examines NAN’s characteristics and its relationship to the current networking climate.
Key NAN statistics.
Charlie Fox on what networking means to artists.
Jane Watt outlines the core strengths of NAN and looks to the future.
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, […]
Grayson Perry on exhibiting in The Raw and the Cooked.
Artist David Macintosh takes a personal look at collaborative working.
Nina Edge on her portfolio career.
Francis McKee describes a cross-pollination between art, craft, design and architecture.
Artists motivations when working in the public realm.
Mike Stubbs examines some issues facing artists.
Rosie Millard looks as two projects about womens art.
David Briers examines The British Art Show 4.
Sunil Gupta looks back to the revolution of the mid 1990s, when the artistic imagination was first allowed to direct cultural policy.
Simon Herbert on approaches to distributing art.
Simon Grennan on new sites for art.