The art of living dangerously in pdf format
Knowledge Bank - a-n The Artists Information Company
Over the course of four years, artists, curators and writers were invited to select blogs from the a-n site. Their choices highlights the range and depth of practice discussed on a-n’s artists’ blogging platform at that time.
A guide through six years of professional artist practice by Kai-Oi Jay Yung; an artist whose track record adheres to a-n’s ongoing mission to provide resources for graduates and early career practitioners as they step up the ladder and beyond.
Charlotte Frost reports from the international conference of ISEA (Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts) in Istanbul.
Artist, writer and ‘time traveller’, Alistair Gentry, responds to Lee Cavaliere’s Visions of the future.
What will the future arts environment look like? In the second manifesto artist, writer, photographer and empty shops coordinator Dan Thompson responds to Visions of the Future with his thoughts on the future of the arts.
What will the future arts environment look like? Artist / curator / gallery manager Lee Cavaliere offers his visions for the future – we invite your own manifestos in response.
Aimed at improving the mobility of artists into the UK, published recommendations add support to the campaign for changes to the points-based visa system for visiting artists.
For recent art school graduates determined to travel past the shackles of debt, a residency is the way to meet fresh faces, exchange ideas and practice with artists from other countries. Fiona Flynn, from Chelsea College of Art, fills us in on Nida Art Colony in Lithuania and its residency programme.
Sarah Rowles examines how conversation and discussion can be considered an education in contemporary art.
Comparing blogging to a ‘collective game of hide and seek,’ H.E. Cocker rethinks the blog as a place where an idea can exist without existing at all and where the future is implied whilst not yet written.
Richard Taylor finds out how three artist groups are re-vamping their structures as established organisations, to support new talent and promote a variety graduate activity.
Ansuman Biswas reviews Who You Are?, Chris Goode’s response to Miroslaw Balka’s How it is, as part of ‘Experiences of the Dark’, 15 March 2010, Tate Modern, London.
Eleonora Schinella considers the alternative perspectives on the art world through both the exhibitions reviewed, and the reviews themselves when researching Interface as an alternative archive.
Joanne Lee writes in praise of the amateur art critic.
Tim Birch explores the ideas of making and taking time to write in online environments.
Alex Hetherington on the San Francisco art scene.
Sat on a hay bail, a chicken preening itself beside me, wondering exactly where I am (Bosigran: half way between Penzance and St Ives), surrounded by conceptual drawings and performance traces mounted on the walls of a barn, listening to an artist-led panel discussing performativity, respect of the land and an ancient rock formation known as Carn Galva. What is this thing: BOSart 08?
Kristina Johansen reports on her multiple visits to Glasgow International 2008.
Micheal O’Connell traverses the fine lines of media art at Transmediale08 in Berlin.
Theo Wood talks to two of the judges of this year’s Emergency open exhibition at Aspex in Portsmouth.
Chris Brown, Reviews Editor for a-n Magazine, talks to a selection of writers about the practice and pitfalls of taking up the pen.