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  • Venue:
    Unit Three Gallery
  • From:
    September 24, 2017
  • To:
    October 09, 2017
  • Location:
    Scotland
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Thinking

I can guarantee in every interview I do for press or radio or TV or in every talk I do for any audience, someone is going to ask “where did the idea come from?”. It’s a fair enough question. Most […]

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Stephen Fowler, Pigeon Post, sheet of rubber stamp printed, perforated ‘artistamps’. Photo: Stephen Fowler
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Artists’ Books #17: The BABE Passport Scheme

The latest in Sarah Bodman’s series looking at the varied and fascinating area of artists’ self-publishing looks at a special ‘passport’ stamp project, part of the 10th anniversary edition of the Bristol Artists’ Book Event.

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Detail: Condensations, Nathan Walker, Uniformbooks, 2017. Photo: Nathan Walker
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Artists’ Books #16: Nathan Walker’s Condensations

For the latest in her ongoing series looking at the diverse and inventive world of artists’ books, Sarah Bodman enjoys the performative nature of Nathan Walker’s Condensations, with its thick screes of words and essence of place inspired by a residency in Ambleside.

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You’ve read the book, now read the book

Thanks to a professional development bursary from a-n, last year I had an extended conversation with artist and writer Michael Hampton. We have now turned this into a limited edition publication with a twist. It begins like this: Michael Hampton: […]

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Spreading Falsehoods

“Because now that anyone is free to print whatever they wish, they often disregard that which is best and instead write, merely for the sake of entertainment, what would best be forgotten, or better still be erased from all books. […]

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Fiona Banner, Ha-ha, installation view,  'Bouys Boys', De La Warr Pavilion, 2016. Photo:  Nigel Green
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A Q&A with… Fiona Banner, artist

For her current exhibition at De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea, Fiona Banner ranges across graphic and font design in her continuing exploration of language and form. Dany Louise talks to her.

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Edmund Clark, Bagram Airbase, from the old
4 Soviet control tower, from Negative Publicity:
Artefacts of Extraordinary Rendition
(Aperture/Magnum Foundation, 2016). © Edmund Clark, Courtesy of Flowers Gallery, London and New York
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A Q&A with… Edmund Clark, artist-photographer

Renowned for his work exploring issues of security and secrecy in the ‘war on terror’, Edmund Clark’s Negative Publicity sees the British photographer examine the CIA’s programme of extraordinary rendition. On the occasion of a new monograph and year-long exhibition at the Imperial War Museum London, he talks to Tim Clark about the challenges of photographing invisible mechanisms of state control.

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