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Deirdre Nelson

Penny Jones talks to Deirdre Nelson about her textile-based work, often made in response to museum collections or site histories and informed by local communities, and residencies in the Scottish Highlands and Australia.

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Dana Hargrove

Dana Hargrove, a graduate who featured in a-n’s Degree show supplement 98 publication, discusses her current practice including a recent residency in South Africa.

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Who Gave us the Conscience, Who Gave us the Conscience
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Furtherfield.org

Charlotte Frost delves into the on and offline world of Furtherfield.org, where web surfers are encouraged and enabled to become co-producers in art making/situating via platforms such as VisitorsStudio and projects like DIWO (Do It With Others).

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Zinc, aluminium and a little bit of Carbon
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Kypros Kyprianou

Sally Davies profiles Kypros Kyprianou, discussing his interest in scientific themes, collaborative working and residencies at Artsway and Allenheads Contemporary Arts.

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Message in a Bottle from Ramsgate to the Chatham Islands
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Layla Curtis

In December 2003 I undertook a residency at Ramsgate Maritime Museum in partnership with Turner Contemporary.

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Cloud Chamber
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Samantha Clark

Last year I did a residency at the IAAB, an international artists exchange programme in Basel, Switzerland.

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Artist-in-residence

Reflecting on the three observations concerning the Bootham School Residency in York identifies common dilemmas regarding the nature and status of this kind of work. The conflicting responses do not invalidate each other as they represent artists’ differing experience and […]

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The actions of a disparate man
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S Mark Gubb

My cousin introduced me to Iron Maiden when I was eight and I failed my art A level when I was eighteen.

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More than a stopping place

Laura Hewitt on Hotel Mariakapel, an artists’ initiative where the ideas of intimacy, dialogue and collaboration are fundamental concerns.

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Dr Lilly Replies in Dolphinese
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Clara Ursitti

I first visited Sweden when I was invited to participate in the Gothenburg Biennale in 2001.

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Untitled
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Furtherafield

Temporary studios can be a useful option for creating project-specific work.

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View from the bridge 1
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Turning Japanese

Edith-Marie Pasquier talks to Stephen Cooper about his residency at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, and to Dr Christopher Brown, the museum

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The traffic signs - the time sign I-III
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World in motion

Rosemary Shirley investigates the impact over ten years of the Braziers’ international residency workshop, set up by artists for artists.

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Working on Ladyboy project
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Kunstmisjon

Len Horsey profiles his residency at Kulturhuset USF and the thriving art scene in Bergen.

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Fitted Style
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Something’s going on

Ben Woodeson profiles the intensive international summer residency at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, USA.

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Development of colour and form 1
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Angela Carter-Rhodes

When I learnt I had a place on a residency at Phoenix Gallery, during the Brighton festival I was delighted.

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residency workshop
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Private musings: public projections

Jane Watt looks at artists and commissioners who are redefining what it means to work in the ‘public region’, in the second of the six-part series ‘Navigating Places’.

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Sleeting Shadow-at the street
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The Chinese way

Artist Chloe Steele reports on her research trip to China, a country powering itself into the next generation as a major economic player. With a changing political make-up and growing middle class, China is establishing itself as a key player in the international art world.

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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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