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Stop spinning: eat the frog

Creation of art is not meant to be the worst thing in the day. Frequently it it the best thing. But getting started is SO often the worst thing. Talking with my mentor Rosalind Davis – I realised how much […]

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How to write a review

Chris Sharratt, who as a freelance writer and editor has written for Frieze, the Guardian, Art Agenda, Sculpture Magazine and Art&Education and been arts editor at Metro, shares his experience and offers some top tips to consider when writing art reviews.

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To Know Of The Pine – Join Me In Cheltenham

throwing a spider out of the bathroom window another runs in Walk with me, talk with me, write haiku, transform and have afternoon tea with me! Join me on the 9th of October during Cheltenham Literature Festival at Koj, Cheltenham’s […]

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Dwell Time Issue 2 Open Call

Dwell Time is an arts publication reflecting on mental wellbeing produced in collaboration with Penistone Line Partnership. We seek drawings, illustrations, poetry and stories about real life, raw feelings and survival stories; more about the journeys more than the destinations.

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A Dialogue with Henry Miller

I first met Henry Miller in summer 2017; I was 23, ten years younger than Miller in Sexus, my reading of which being the first encounter. At this time my enthusiastic note-taking on the world was struggling to convince even […]

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The Space Between

Thoughts on art, literature and philosophy as they intercept my life and practice.

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The Disappearance of Makepeace – A Tale of Two Lives Episode 1

This blog takes the form of a mystery thriller podcast telling the story of how Nick Malone came to become an artist. It underpins his upcoming exhibition of the same name which will run from 6th to 10th November at Art Bermondsey Project Space in London.

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Unctuous

“Argillaceous Marl contains from 68 to 80 per cwt. of clay, and consequently from 32 to 20 per cent. of aerated calx. Its colour is grey or brown, or reddish brown, or yellowish or bluish grey. It feels more unctuous than the […]

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Wimmin

  • Archive
  • Venue:
    @ Mars
  • From:
    October 05, 2018
  • To:
    October 07, 2018
  • Location:
    London
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Marl: a glossary of the ungovernable

Words and images from the development of an artist book, supported by an a-n Artist Bursary. An ongoing project concerned with mineral extraction, accelerated agriculture and sensation in scientific processes.

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Writing as one (interlude)

Is there something flawed about me writing on my own? When do I use the words I and we? When do I say they as if it’s their experience I am able to talk about? But it seems that even in groups, it is flawed to think […]

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Huddersfield-Sheffield Return 21/04/18

I took the kids to Sheffield for the day to see Utter Rubbish and the shows on at Millenium Galleries. We took the train along the Penistone Line and I made some quick notes in between building lego, handing out […]

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THE STONE STEPS OF BUDAPEST 2

On Wednesday March 21st a dinner was held at the apartment with the stone steps. The guests at this event were the poet and artist,  Marton Koppany and his wife Gyongyi. During the dinner an idea emerged from the conversation around the table. The […]

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Review: Edmund Clark, Ikon Gallery – by Trevor H Smith

In the last of eight reviews stemming from the writer development workshop at Ikon Gallery in December, Trevor H Smith finds many questions left hanging in Edmund Clark’s exhibition, ‘In Place of Hate’. I am led down a strip-lit corridor, […]

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Review: Edmund Clark, Ikon Gallery – by Jessica Ramm

For her 600-word review following the writer development workshop at Birmingham’s Ikon Gallery, Jessica Ramm chose to write about Edmund Clark’s exhibition. For the exhibition ‘In Place of Hate’, Edmund Clark offers up the culmination of his three-year residency at […]

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