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Redcliffe caves
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Quo Vadis: Critical contexts

Dominic Thomas on the importance of a critical context for artists’ practice. One of a specially commissioned set of articles resulting from Quo Vadis available now on www.a-n.co.uk.

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Seeing is Believing
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Losing it in translation

A recent spate of public utterances by influential policy makers and educators suggests that the visual arts may need to develop a more favourable relationship with language. Some argue that it should be better harnessed to support artists; others think language should just back off and let the visual reclaim its rightful place. Paul Glinkowski interprets.

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Moulinex
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Locative networking

Iliyana Nedkova responds to the networking themes that arose at Amorphous combustion, part of a body of specially commissioned writing published now on www.a-n.co.uk

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Queens, New York/Lambeth, London
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Splitting differences

Nisha Duggal reports from A Free State, the recent culmination of decibel, Arts Council England’s cultural diversity profiling initiative.

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In the Green Room (detail)
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Immaterial

Helen Maurer and Bernd Behr share their response to this exhibition of historical work and its relation to their practice. Introduction, research and interviews by Rosemary Shirley.

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Parasite (detail)
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The new territory

Jeremy Akerman talks to curator Jeremy Millar and artists Annelies Oberdanner and Tariq Alvi and asks what curators and artists want from each other.

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Studio (Nadi)
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Fieldworks

Diana Yeh reports from the ‘Fieldworks: Dialogues between Art and Anthropology’ symposium.

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Monitoring of visual changes in landscape
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The view from here

Henna Asikainen reports from the Fifth International Conference on Environmental Aesthetics.

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Untitled (Modernize...)
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Home and away

Curatorial partnership B+B talk about their residency at the Austrian Cultural Forum in London.

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Land is Shared
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Chad McCail

Jeremy Akerman meets Chad McCail to discuss his work and recent residency at Baltic that culminated in a futuristic world of zombies, robots and wealthy parasites.

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Military road sign, Arizona Market
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Road map

Dany Louise reports on the Urban Ecologies seminar in Liverpool, and highlights recent projects which have successfully engaged with urban issues whilst balancing artistic aims and community involvement.

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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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Labour exchange

Janet Summerton reviews some recent research about the environment for artists and points to the need for more ‘hard facts’ and less rhetoric in today’s labour market.

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Spacecampaign 2001
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Space campaigns and living work

Lars Bang Larsen’s discussion of visual art extends beyond new sites and contexts to ask questions of how art meets the idealogical spaces of politics and mass media – and how behaviour has become aesthetic.

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Transceiver
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Life Changes

David Butler discusses the shift in government policy that increasingly recognises the role of artists in contributing to ‘social inclusion’ initiatives and welcomes your response.

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Still Life – The Green House
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Old spaces for new art

Penelope Curtis explores how ‘installation art’ has affected our readings of art, artists and curators.

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