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#57 - May 2020 Editorial

New Issue: A Flickering in the Store Cupboard

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#57 - June 2020 MAP Project

TENANCY: the agreement

by Holly Pester
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#57 - May 2020 Review

Listen To This

Neil Cooper explores a host of meditations and recent listenings on ‘the impossibility of silence’ unfolding through the past, present and uncertain future
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Attention Economies

William Kherbek attends Glasgow International’s Digital Programme 23 April - 31 May 2020
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#57 - May 2020 Mathew Parkin Chronicle

Cottaging The Hedgerow: Part 2

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


Maria Howard recalls a train journey, a film and counterfeit memories of collective grief
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Alexander Storey-Gordon tuned into (and out of) the digital programme, 1-3 May 2020
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#57 - May 2020 Recollections


Calum Sutherland reflects on Charlotte Prodger’s ‘SaF05’ and the lions of Venice during a trip to the Biennale in 2019
#57 - May 2020 Mathew Parkin Chronicle

Cottaging The Hedgerow: Part 1

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

Different kinds of now

Anna Chapman Parker reads Funny Weather, Art in an Emergency by Olivia Laing, Picador, London 2020
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#57 - May 2020 Review

Why, They Call it Idlewild

Erica Scourti remotely reviews Helen Cammock’s exhibition ‘They Call It Idlewild’ at Wysing Arts Centre, affirming a vision where respecting the human need for downtime is a vital act of care.
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#56 - May 2020 Women Painting: Scottish Art 1940-1980

Flood Tide (Joan Eardley)

by Edwin Morgan
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#56 - May 2020 Women Painting: Scottish Art 1940-1980

Mardi Barrie and her transpositional quest

‘It is not women’s inferiority that has determined their historical insignificance: it is their historical insignificance that has doomed them to inferiority.’ Simone de Beauvoir, The Second Sex, 1949. Lauren Dyer Amazeen is drawn to the work of this Edinburgh artist
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she didn’t paint the sea, after Joan Eardley

by Daisy Lafarge
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#56 - May 2020 Women Painting: Scottish Art 1940-1980


Susannah Thompson and Marianne Greated introduce a MAP mini series, part of their recently launched, ongoing project Women Painting: Scottish Art 1940-1980
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#56 - May 2020 MAP Project

TENANCY—May Day Parade: Clause iv

Shirking on Rented Space-Time by Nisha Ramayya
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#56 - May 2020 MAP Project

TENANCY May Day Parade: Clause iii

Vacancy by Caitlín Doherty
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#3 - August 2005 Review

Richard Hughes

The Modern Institute, Glasgow 3 June-15 July, 2005
#24 - November 2010 Review

Map Marathon

16–17 October, Serpentine Gallery, London
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#1 - February 2005 Review

Participator, Kate Davis

Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow, 27 Nov 2004-22 Jan 2005
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#17 Spring - March 2009

Emerging: Dan Rees

John Quin vs Dan Rees
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#6 - April 2006 Review

Books: Ron Mueck

By Robert Rosenblum, published by Fondation Cartier Pour L’Art Contemporain, 2006 
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#10 - June 2007 Review

Nick Evans

10 March–14 April 2007, Mary Mary, Glasgow
#39 - July 2017 Review

this scattering of minds; like seeds

Kirsty Hendry responds to a film screening and Q&A with artist Sulaïman Majali at Transmission Gallery
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#34 - March 2015 Review

O.K. Rick [Review]

Jenny Brownrigg responds to the Florrie James work screened in February at the Glasgow Film Festival.
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#25 - July 2011 Review

Nicolas Deshayes

19 March­–10 April, E:Vent Gallery, London
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#13 Spring - March 2008 Review

Books & Film DVDs: Oreet Ashery £10
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#16 Winter - November 2008

Michael Fullerton: Triangulation Theory

Michael Fullerton’s oeuvre adds up to much more than the paintings so frequently associated with it. John Calcutt discovers a playfulness of thought and fascination for chemistry, and theories in general, in this strikingly inquisitive artist’s work
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#13 Spring - March 2008

Emerging: Katie Orton

Ruth Hedges discusses the work of Katie Orton
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#5 - January 2006 Review

Elizabeth Ogilvie: Bodies of Water

DCA, Dundee, 16 December 2005-12 February 2006
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#14 Summer - June 2008 Review

Broadcast Yourself

28 February–5 April 2008, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle
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#37 - May 2016

GMA A40/2/20/23 A Ford advert. Fainted notes written on it. Illegible. (c1970s)

Neil Ogg responds to the idea of ‘footnoting the archive’ in relation to his recent role as Archivist at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
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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
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#18 Summer - June 2009 Review

Michael Roy

27 March–14 April, The Now Museum, Glasgow
#8 - November 2006

On the Map 2006

A new directory of artists, curators and galleries in Scotland 
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#42 - January 2018 Review

Making Our Way

Anna McLauchlan navigates Shelter Stone: The Artist and the Mountain, a year-long public art project in the form of a newspaper 
#31 - September 2014

‘A Feminist Chorus’ voices at The Glasgow School of Art

The sound work installed in the Hen Run during Glasgow International 2014 is now online
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#18 Summer - June 2009

Haris Epaminonda: Images in Search of Lost Time

Haris Epaminonda’s recent series of Polaroids dovetail reality and imagination. Isla Leaver-Yap investigates
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#51 - August 2019 Interview series

Part 7: ‘Matter as a Hope of Finding Some Answers.’ LATVIA

‘Opening up even more, instead of closing in around national borders, should be the response.’ Curators Valentinas Klimašauskas and Inga Lāce continue our 15 part season.
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#50 - May 2019 Short Story

It is Composed of Parts

A short story by Hannah Nussbaum
#12 Winter - November 2007

Remarks: Pavel Althamer

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#27 - December 2012

The gatekeepers’ movements invent another language

Laura Edbrook’s text was written to accompany the video work ‘The End is the Beginning’
#47 - October 2018 Review

The Big Sneeze

Philomena Epps reviews Mika Rottenberg at Goldsmiths CCA, London, 6 September - 4 November 2018
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#13 Spring - March 2008

Torsten Lauschmann: Play it Again

Elisa Kay discovers a spirit of personal adventure in the work of Glasgow based artist/inventor/producer Torsten Lauschmann
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#6 - June 2006

Ross Sinclair: Real Life Scenario

Artist, musician, painter of T-shirts and MDF, Ross Sinclair peels back the layers of his new work in conversation with Alice Bain
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#12 Winter - November 2007

Emerging: Ruth Ewan

Ruth Hedges catches up with Ruth Ewan as her latest work hits London’s streets
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#3 - August 2005


Tim Abrahams reports on art world activity
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#2 - May 2005

Ian Hamilton Finlay

Poets Edwin Morgan and Alan Spence celebrate the 80th birthday of Ian Hamilton Finlay, artist, poet and gardener. Introduction by Ken Cockburn
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#24 - November 2010

Guy de Cointet

Giles Bailey meets Marie de Brugerolle to talk about the renewed interest in the avant-garde artist’s surreal performances
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#12 Winter - November 2007

Interview: Linder

Linder Sterling has collaborated with Jon Savage on The Secret Public, designed record sleeves for Buzzcocks and performed with her band Ludus at the acienda covered in meat and wearing a dildo. This year she resides over several exhibitions, performances and publications
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#25 - July 2011

Ed Atkins

Q&A by Richard Whitby
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#22 - June 2010 Review

FOCUS REVIEW: Glasgow International

Glasgow 16 April–3 May, various venues