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Future forecast: Social space

Brief extracts from the Social space presentations and discussions, to introduce the issues and broaden participation.

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Future forecast: Social space

Social space addresses dynamics and divergences within artist’s practice in the social realm. Guest edited by Becky Shaw with contributors including Ricardo Basbaum, Sarah Cole, Lubaina Himid, Richard Layzell, Andre Stitt and Una Walker. The second publication in Future forecast […]

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Life Pulse
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Wellbeing examined

An artist-led collaboration by Neil Bromwich, Zoë Walker and Michael Pinsky began an international tour on 26 July at Southampton’s John Hansard Gallery. An evolving, expandable and travelling artwork, ‘Panacea’ is designed to function as a universal formula to cure […]

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Armitage Shanks
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Eastern promise

The East of England is the focus for two new major visual arts celebrations in July. At The Old Church in Rishangles, Suffolk, Laura Godfrey-Isaacs of Home presents the St Margaret Church Ale Performance Festival. Set in the inspiring historical […]

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Apotheosis
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Old and new masters

Bruce Haines profiles Johannes Phokela’s ongoing partnership with Gasworks in London.

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Zero Genie
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In it for the duration

Paul Glinkowski talks to artist Jem Finer about his ongoing project Longplayer, and to his collaborator James Lingwood, Co-Director of Artangel.

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A mutual arrangement

Giles Sutherland looks at the relationship between glass artist Keiko Mukaide and Edinburgh College of Art.

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Streets, signs and temples
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Through the surface

Lesley Millar, Project Director of ‘Through the Surface’, profiles the process and outcomes of this major collaboration between artists from the UK and Japan.

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Eating Grass
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Eating Grass

Edith-Marie Pasquier talks to inIVA Director Gilane Tawadros and artist Alia Syed about their experience of working together.

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Celebrating collaboration

It was refreshing to read Jane Watt’s account of the two successful collaborations between architects and artists in November’s a-n Magazine (Back to school). All too often it seems that artists have been roped in at the last minute to […]

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Trust in us

Libby Anson talks to Juan delGado and the Wellcome Trust about his residency.

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Collaborative installation

An installation created by artist Adam Reynolds and Sign Dance Collective marked the retail launch of the Beatwax Relics at Zest Pharmacy in September. Sited in a purpose-built display case, the installation takes the form of a miniature glass house […]

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Distance Made Good: Field Study
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Unfeasible symmetry

Jen Southern and Jen Hamilton discuss their collaboration on the ‘Distance Made Good’ project.

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mustard
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Cross-pollination

Ben Coode-Adams talks to Rob Kesseler and NESTA about their symbiotic relationship.

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Free Trade
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Production values

Alicia Miller considers the relationship between artist and curator in collaborative projects.

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Wigs of Wonderment
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Live documentation

A collaboration between Aavaa, Live Art Development Agency and artists, Documenting Live! is a profile-raising initiative for black and Asian live art in the UK. By revisiting and documenting key works, it aims to capture the essence of performance-based work […]

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I'm... going to work
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Working artists

Linda Ball explores how artists, makers and desgners can find work outside their artform.

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The Battle of Orgreave
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Engaged practice

Susan Jones explores the way artists interact with audiences through projects and schemes which involve social or environmental contexts.

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