Manuel Saiz goes globe trotting in search of video art for the forthcoming Barcelona-based ’25hrs’.
a-n Magazine 2003 May - a-n The Artists Information Company
The bumper issue of [a-n] Magazine this month has a distinctly digital flavour with a critical overview of recent net art and a profile of evolving new media consortium SCAN that aims to promote emergent, collaborative and experimental practice. In […]
Miles Henderson Smith describes the activity of Then, a group of international artists.
Ruth Claxton reports on her participation in a British Council funded workshop in Khartoum in October last year.
Phoenix Arts Association a charitable organisation based in Brighton provides studio space for over 100 artists and supports a gallery and education programme. It holds ten exhibitions a year, eight of which are selected from an open call. […]
Kelly Atkins, Purse, green felt-backed carpet with neoprene inside. Kelly recently took part in the Crafts Council Next Move scheme an individually tailored programme of mentoring and networking. Look out for more Crafts Council opportunities in future issues. a-n […]
Rosie Leveton, The Bakery of Secrets, baked sugar and abattoir knives (detail), 2002. Rosie is a recent recipient of the Mark Tanner Award. Worth £4,000 the award supports an artist for one year culminating in an exhibition at Standpoint Gallery. […]
I work directly with wildlife and environments that surround me; my work comes from a place, rather than being about a place.
Dion Ellis gives an overview of SCAN (Southern Collaborative Arts Network), an evolving consortium of ten independent arts organisations that aims to promote emergent, collaborative and experimental practice based around new media.
Jeni Walwin, investigates Blast Theory an innovative, yet pragmatic artist-led company that’s proving to be inspiration for many artists working in performance and new media.
John Cornall profiles the international art college.
I make site- and project-specific architectural glass that I prefer to create through close collaboration with architectural design teams and the community.
Two artists in Scotland have been awarded Scottish Arts Council Creative Scotland Awards in a scheme that provides £300,000 annually to artists with a proven track record who would benefit from support. Jim Buckley and Ian Hamilton Finlay each received […]
Alicia Miller considers the relationship between artist and curator in collaborative projects.
The New Deal for Musicians is to become a permanent policy following a three-year national pilot scheme. Costing around £9 million to set up and run between August 1999 and November 2002, the pilot involved over 10,500 people who met […]
Orleans House Gallery, Riverside, Twickenham
15 Feb 4 May
The Bombay Sapphire Foundation has recently called for entries to the 2003 £20,000 prize for glass design. The prize is open to designers, architects and artists who work with glass or use it as a key design medium, based on […]
Victoria Art Gallery, Bath
8 March 27 April
Devolution in the UK has hit this year’s Venice Biennale, with England, Scotland and Wales each having an independent presence there. This year, the British Pavilion will be showing the work of Chris Ofili; Scotland will be represented by Jim […]
The Gallery, Stratford Leisure and Visitor Centre, Stratford-upon-Avon
Arts Depot, the new visual and performing arts centre in London’s North Finchley is on course to open in May 2004. In the run-up, photographer Thomas Claxton was commissioned to document work in progress on creating the venue that will […]
A Space, Southampton
14 March 6 April
Helen Parrott considers the possibilities offered and some of the questions raised by the recent changes to arts funding systems in England and impending changes in Scotland.
Jeffrey Charles Gallery, London
22 March 19 April
Jessica Loseby searches the net and discovers what’s what and who’s who on the internet art scene.