‘Dialog 2’, on show at Edinburgh College of Art until 8 September, is the result of a long-standing exchange between Poland and Scotland. In the autumn of 2000, the BWA Awangarda Gallery, Wroclaw welcomed seven Scottish artists. ‘Dialog 2’ provides […]
a-n Magazine 2002 September - a-n The Artists Information Company
Stephanie Delcroix delves into the future with Don Foresta and finds a ‘utopia for lazy multimedia artists’ in the Marcel network.
For the first time in Canterbury Cathedral’s 1400 year history, a digital art installation will be exhibited there when James Cattell presents 18:1-7: The crypt 7-13 September. Through the simplicity of essential human form, sound and space, the work contemplates […]
Su Grierson and Diane Maclean report on their activities as co-organisers of Looklook.
The investigation of repeat pattern forms the basis of my work which fits somewhere between experimental textiles and product design.
Eye-catching new digital artwork appeared last month at the former site of the ABC cinema in Commercial Road, Portsmouth. Over seventy young people from local groups including Hillside Youth Club, Paulsgrove Detached Youth Group and the Freedom Café worked together […]
Paulette Terry Brien reports from Ex-Teresa Arte Actual in Mexico City.
Venues across north west England
The Scottish Artists’ Union annual conference held in June was the launched for the SAU’s new Rates of Pay document. Far and away the most radical proposal of the day, this is intended as the first in series of such […]
Joshua Sofaer is a live artist, writer, educator and co-director of Spread the Word, Literature Development Agency in London. He makes work in a variety of contexts which include traditional art spaces, alternative galleries and nightclubs. Sofaer received a One-to-One […]
Arnolfini, Bristol 6 July – 8 September
A unique national online guide to accessible art galleries has now been launched. The Good Gallery Guide showcases venues that are leading the way in making art welcoming and accessible to exhibitors and audiences, whatever their needs. Set up by […]
Susan Sloan took up the post of artist-in-residence at the National Centre for Computer Animation (NCCA) at Bournemouth University in January 2002 after completing an MPhil in 3D Motion Graphics and Virtual Prototyping at Glasgow School of Art. Her background […]
Spacex Gallery, Exeter 3 July – 31 August
Tim Birch samples some of the websites selling art online.
The first York Open Studios was held over one weekend last March and included the work of nineteen different artists over nine separate sites in York. The work featured was largely a mix of painting, printmaking and ceramics with many […]
Gasworks Gallery, London 28 June – 11 August
Every summer the spotlight falls on Norwich and ‘East international’. Arguably the most prestigious open submission exhibition in the UK, curators, dealers and others visit from far and wide and many of today’s well-known artists launched their careers as a result of participation in ‘East’. But what of the artists for whom the city is home? Paul Stone visited Norwich to find out more.
The ‘Discerning eye’ exhibition is unique in two ways. Firstly, with a size limitation of 20″x20″, it is the largest contemporary exhibition of small works in the UK. Secondly, all the works in the exhibition are chosen according to the […]
The Gallery, Stratford-Upon-Avon 5 July – 11 August
Hannah Wingrave gives an overview of a conference that brought together a range of artists, academics and critics and formed part of North Devon Ceramic Events 2002.
Artists’ story: Michael Dan Archer
Jerwood Artists Platform is the latest in a range of visual arts initiatives funded by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation. It seeks to showcase emerging and talented visual artists by providing them with a major solo exhibition at the foundation’s own […]
Unless your work fits into the saleable object bracket, St Ives can be a difficult place to succeed as an artist. Artist/curator Andy Whall explains how Art Surgery could help.
As part of the recent Commonwealth Games in Manchester, Cultureshock commissioned contemporary visual artists to record, document and interpret this major event. As a result, the Singh Twins created a single narrative painting encompassing themes relating to the games, to […]