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Annalaura Palma

I am an artist based in Brighton working primarily with photography and writing. My work explores the relationship between notions of place, autobiography, storytelling and the natural world. ​ I graduated in 2014 from University of Brighton with a Masters […]

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Now Showing #309: The week’s top exhibitions

This week’s recommended shows include Ian Kirkpatrick’s exploration of ancient and modern mythology at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe, an exploration of British art over the last 150 years at Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, plus Mandy Barker’s images highlighting the current global crisis of marine plastic pollution at Impressions Gallery, Bradford.

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Now Showing #308: The week’s top exhibitions

This week’s recommended shows include a survey of rave culture at the Saatchi Gallery, London, and a collection of ceramics at Manchester Craft and Design Centre marking the 200-year anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre.

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Out of context

I’m about to start a new body of work. This is always an exciting time as I anticipate the journey ahead and what surprises it might bring. I’m currently preparing my surfaces – stretching, sealing and priming a number of […]

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Bad Things Happen

Small Town Inertia by J A Mortram inspires hope at the Workers Gallery

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Sarah Roach

How could one translate silence into imagery? We all might have an initial idea of what a “loud” image is: something with exaggerated bright colours maybe, “screaming” at the viewer. But what is it that makes a picture silent? And […]

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The Unexpected

  It’s been a busy month and I’ve struggled to get to my studio. Thankfully this week, it’s getting back to normal. The good news is that I had something to be getting on with straightway so it was right […]

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A Short History of Faux Flowers on Graves

The only imitation is to nothingness – and the mockery of being alive. Upon reading Emil Cioran’s ‘Directions for Decomposition’ from A Short History of Decay, I am reminded of a piece I planned to write on a number of […]

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