Penny Jones profiles Clare Twomey, who makes large-scale ceramic installations for galleries and museums often in collaboration with the UK ceramics industry.
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Peter Freeman makes light sculptures and installations that articulate public spaces. Kate Stoddart explores his practice.
Cynthia Cousens profiles Anne Brodie, who uses film, photography and glass, discussing her career development and fellowship to Antarctica in 2006/7.
Kate Stoddart profiles Andrea Walsh, discussing the development of her practice in ceramics and glass, work/life balance and the outcomes of a residency at Cove Park.
Manick Govinda talks to Lynette Yiadom-Boakye about her practice and the impact of awards from deciBel and The Arts Foundation.
Karen Lubbock is the creator of Karen magazine, which delights in the ordinariness of everyday life, providing an antidote to the mainstream celebrity and lifestyle magazine world.
Sally Davies profiles Kypros Kyprianou, discussing his interest in scientific themes, collaborative working and residencies at Artsway and Allenheads Contemporary Arts.
Sara Raza on Grace Ndiritu, a young London based artist who is enjoying an upwards ascent with an impressive portfolio of national and international exhibitions, that present a fresh style of politics and performativity.
Born in Kabul in 1973, Lida Abdul has returned to live there. Kim Dhillon looks at her practice, working accross various media, that fuses Western formalist traditions with numerous aesthetic influences.
Finnish artist Tea Mäkipää’s work confronts her viewpoint of impending ecological catastrophe through interventions and installations positing an alternative vision of existence. By Manick Govinda.
Artists story: French Mottershead
I dont know whether its just me, but at the moment I cant help thinking that a lot of what I do as a practising artist is to prepare to travel to some part of the country, usually by train.
What I like about being an artist
When asked the awkward question What is your work about? I have sometimes given the elusive answer, that it is an enquiry into what goes on behind the net curtains.
Back in 1980 I left Wolverhampton Poly with a BA in ceramics.
Nests and cocoon-like forms intrigue me because they are often built directly into existing structures, such as trees or architectural features.
In June 2004 I was shown around an empty flat in Farley Bank, Hastings, with a view to taking it on as an experimental space.
It has been a phenomenal time for us.
Gordon Dalton discusses the career progress of Bedwyr Williams, including Venice Biennale, his Paul Hamlyn Award and having a base in North Wales.
In December 2003 I undertook a residency at Ramsgate Maritime Museum in partnership with Turner Contemporary.
London, Winchester, Poole, St Malo, Nantes, Dijon, Strasbourg, Karlsruhe, Frankfurt.
Colliding geological and personal timescales.
Chapter one. Into the woods.
Last year I did a residency at the IAAB, an international artists exchange programme in Basel, Switzerland.
This month’s artist’s story took the unusual form of a comic strip.