#58 - June 2020 Editorial


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TENANCY: Asylum Archive

a conversation between Vukašin Nedeljković and Lily Ní Dhomhnaill
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#58 - July 2020 Essay

Compositional Insurgencies

Sarah Messerschmidt shares thoughts on Shade Théret’s choreographic practice
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#58 - July 2020 Women Painting: Scottish Art 1940-1980


The second in a four part poetic response by Valerie Norris to ‘The Bitter Cup’ by Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan
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#58 - June 2020 SCREENING

Solastalgic Soliloquy

MAP screens a new film by Ayla Dmyterko, with an accompanying text by Ranjana Thapalyal
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#57 - June 2020 Women Painting: Scottish Art 1940-1980


The first of a four part poetic response by Valerie Norris to ‘The Bitter Cup’ by Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan
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#57 - June 2020 Recollections

Dot, dot, dot, space, space, space

Maria Blom revisits three repetitive acts: encountering Magic Block: Contemporary Art from Chile, Rachel Lowe’s film A Letter to an Unknown Person no. 2 and Ceal Floyer’s audio work ‘Til I Get It Right
#57 - June 2020 Interview

Pictorial Critique

Madeleine Pollard interviews New York based artist and illustrator Pamela Sztybel
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The final instalment of a four part chronicle by Mathew Parkin, foraging queerness and rurality in recent artist moving image
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#57 - June 2020 Conversation

SQIFFLIX: Queer community online

Through a series of WhatsApp conversations artists Rachel Sharpe and Andrw Houston (two queers in lockdown) discuss clones, politics, vengeful vampiric werewolves and say thank you to SQIFF for providing a platform for them to continue to connect.
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#57 - June 2020 Recollections

Within Four Walls

Myriam Mouflih re-watches Jumana Manna’s A Magical Substance Flows Into Me, 2016
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#57 - June 2020 Review

Every film screening, its own kind of love affair

Kaya Erdinç reviews Masha Tupitsyn’s latest book Picture Cycle, Semiotext(e)
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#57 - June 2020 Review


Clare Patterson reads ‘Grove’ by Esther Kinsky, Fitzcarraldo Editions, April 2020
#57 - June 2020 Review

‘Liquiform Murmurs’

Nisha Ramayya explores Vahni Capildeo’s invitations in Odyssey Calling, Sad Press, 2020
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Romance in what feels like The End

Marie Lopez reviews Elaine Kahn’s latest poetry collection Romance or the End, Soft Skull Press, 2020
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#57 - June 2020 Mathew Parkin Chronicle


A four part chronicle by Mathew Parkin, foraging queerness and rurality in recent artist moving image
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#57 - June 2020 Review

The Allure of Simultaneity

Kashif Sharma-Patel explores social poetics, culture and experimental writing in Anthony Joseph’s The Frequency of Magic
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#57 - June 2020 MAP Project

TENANCY: the agreement

by Holly Pester
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#1 - February 2005 Review

Suck on Science, Michael Fullerton

CCA, Glasgow, 29 Jan-13 Mar 2005
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#9 - March 2007 Review

Urs Fischer: Paris 1919

Essay Rein Wolfs JRP RINGIER, £20
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#5 - January 2006 Review

Sue Tompkins

The Modern Institute, Glasgow 14 January–11 February 2006 
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#2 - May 2005

Songs in the Key of Life

Music is the escape, the anger, the boredom, the sadness, the sex, the affirmation, the madness and sense that takes us out of the daily grind. Neil Cooper celebrates the whole beautiful, blurred shebang as it morphs into art in the exhibition ‘Pass the Time of Day’
#1 - February 2005

Collecting for the Future

Kirstie Skinner examines the Contemporary Art Society distribution scheme which is set to undergo transformation later this year
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#41 - October 2017

Others got wings for flying, 10 posters by Megan Rooney

A narrative group of posters designed to populate Glasgow’s city centre. Part of the MAP Commission 2017. 
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#35 - August 2015

The orphans of a GENERATION

Preserving the legacy of Margaret Tait. Essay by Sarah Neely
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Angus Farquhar, creative director of Glasgow-based public art agency NVA, looks to secure the future of the abandoned, yet inspirational, St Peter’s Seminary
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#10 - June 2007 Review

Music: Throbbing Gristle

Part Two—The Endless Not £13.95
#19 Autumn - September 2009

Production: Anja Kirschner & David Panos

Steven Cairns gets to the bottom of ‘The Last Days of Jack Sheppard’, a film based on inferred prison encounters between the eponomous 18th century criminal and Daniel Defoe, ghostwriter of Sheppard’s ‘autobiography’
#24 - November 2010 Review

Keith Farquhar

1 October–4 December, Studio Voltaire, London
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#37 - January 2016


Suzanne van der Lingen & Claire Walsh introduce their 2016 MAP editorial project
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#1 - February 2005

Portfolio: Dining on Imagination

Introducing the work of emerging artists, Portfolio focuses this issue on the paintings of Rabiya Choudhry, first seen at the Collective Gallery’s New Work Scotland Programme 2004. Choudhry has since been selected to exhibit at the Prague Biennale 2005
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#16 Winter - November 2008

Remarks: GSS

Beagles & Ramsay have undertaken the first production residency at Glasgow Sculpture Studios’ new home to develop their practice and create two monumental sculptures. 
#19 Autumn - September 2009

Eva Hesse: Present Tense

Isla Leaver-Yap assesses the work of Eva Hesse, finding a sophisticated legacy with fresh resonance
#25 - July 2011

Commission: Mary Simpson

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#23 Autumn - September 2010 Review

Sinister Resonance: The Mediumship of the Listener

David Toop, Continuum, 2010, £17.99, ISBN: 978-1441149725
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#48 - December 2018 Short Story

The Gingerbread House

Third in a series of dark fairy tales by Ester Krumbachová, published in conjunction with the exhibition and film programme of the Czech artist’s work at CCA Glasgow.
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#12 Winter - November 2007 Review

Louise Bourgeois

10 October 2007–20 January 2008, Tate Modern, London
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#26 - November 2012

Ivan: A Meditation on Three Objects

An essay in three parts by Perri Mackenzie
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#1 - February 2005 Review

Focus: Sao Paolo

26th Bienial de São Paolo
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#3 - August 2005 Review

Francis Bacon: Portraits and Heads

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh 4 June–4 September, 2005 
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#7 - September 2006

Emerging: Richard Robinson & Robert Bermingham

Ruth Beale finds explorations of masculine fantasies in Wales
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#9 - March 2007

The Scottish Enlightenment: A Visual Culture

Murdo Macdonald looks back to a time when the visual arts connected organically with other activities to create a powerful expression of intellectual culture
#25 - July 2011

Remarks: Lucy Skaer

Using the site of an abandoned cinema for display, the artist outlines her forthcoming project in Leeds
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#12 Winter - November 2007 Review

Books: Art and Revolution: Transversal Activism in the Long Twentieth Century

Gerald Raunig ISBN 978-1-58435-046-0 £11.95
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#44 - April 2018 Interview

Esther Ferrer

Mónica Laiseca talks to the Spanish artist who has recently performed at Glasgow International 2018
#24 - November 2010 Review

The Portable John Latham

Edited by Antony Hudek and Athanasios Velios, Occasional Papers in association with Whitechapel Gallery, London, 2010, £12.50,                                                   ISBN 978-0-9562605-5-0
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#1 - February 2005

Beyond Belief

Artist Nathan Coley travelled to Jerusalem to explore and record the city and its life on film, focusing on the phenomenon of Jerusalem Syndrome, a rare travel psychosis specific to the holy city. Afflicting between 5 and 10 people a year, the syndrome is characterised by intoxication of the Holy Land. Those affected can be found at holy sites, chanting, singing and delivering sermons as if living in the time of Christ.
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#16 Winter - November 2008

Gerhard Richter: Radical Senses

One of contemporary art’s most revered artists, a seminal and inspirational figure for many of his own and younger generations, Gerhard Richter makes paintings with an instinct that is as visually keen as it is intellectually demanding. Keith Hartley looks back at early days in Düsseldorf, in the light of his abstract period and more recent work
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#11 Autumn - September 2007 Review

Books: Let Me Show You Some Things

Sarah Tripp £10
#10 - June 2007

Report: The Faces of Berlin

Berlin Alexanderplatz on Screen
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#15 Autumn - September 2008 Review

Seth Price

2 June–17 August 2008, Kunsthalle Zürich, Zürich
#13 Spring - March 2008

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