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#37 - April 2016

Vulpecula

A footnote by Suzanne van der Lingen
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#49 - March 2019

Tone Poems

A series of vignettes on animals in cinema and moving image by Suzanne van der Lingen
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#49 - March 2019 Review

Dorothea Tanning: A Canine State of Mind

Natalie Ferris on the artist’s retrospective at Tate Modern and communion with the animal world
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#49 - March 2019 Short Story

Plastic Whale

New fiction from Camilla Grudova
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#49 - March 2019 Letters

I to I

Part two of a correspondence between Daisy Hildyard and Tom Jeffreys, on the politics of pronouns and how ‘we’ might include nonhuman life
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#49 - March 2019 Review

How to talk with birds, trees, fish, shells, snakes, bulls and lions

William Kherbek reviews a group exhibition at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, 16 November 2018 - 12 May 2019
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#49 - March 2019 Letters

I to I

Part one of a correspondence between Daisy Hildyard and Tom Jeffreys, on the politics of pronouns and how ‘we’ might include nonhuman life
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#49 - March 2019

The Microbiota

A speculative bacterial glossary from A+E Collective
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#49 - February 2019 Column

Gardenlust #5: You Never Promised Me A Rose Garden

A monthly column by Isabella Streffen
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#49 - February 2019 Review

A Dream of Linnaeus’ Daughter

Phoebe Blatton on two recent exhibitions in Berlin: Navigating Polarities by Marjolijn Dijkman at Nome, and A Dream of Linnaeus’ Daughter by Katarzyna Kozyra at Żak|Branicka
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#49 - February 2019 Review

The Elegance of the Octopus

Tom Jeffreys reviews Strange Foreign Bodies, a group show at The Hunterian, Glasgow, 28 September 2018 - 10 February 2019
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#49 - February 2019 Editorial

Couldn’t we just bee?

Editorial: an animal-themed season of reviews and features
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#48 - February 2019 Essay

Hated Sexuality and Pinochet Porn

Georgia Horgan writes about the work of the late Ellen Cantor and this uncompromising artist’s take on the role of the ‘straight’ woman.
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#48 - February 2019 Review

What moves you?

Rebecca O’Dwyer reports on Transmediale, Berlin, 31 Jan - 3 Feb
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#48 - February 2019 MAP Event

Pinochet Porn — Ellen Cantor’s dark feature at Glasgow Film Festival 2019

A MAP screening curated by artist Georgia Horgan
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#48 - February 2019 Review

Crone Music

Philomena Epps reviews Beatrice Gibson at Camden Arts Centre, London, 18 January - 31 March
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#48 - January 2019 Review

The Ignorant Curator

Katy Bentham visits Festival of the Not by Giles Bailey & CIRCA Projects, Star and Shadow Cinema, Newcastle upon Tyne, 17 - 20 January
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#31 - June 2014

The Target Moves

Jay Murphy reflects on the photography of William S Burroughs
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#13 Spring - March 2008 Review

Anri Sala

9 November–22 December 2007, Hauser & Wirth, London
#32 - September 2014

MAP at Platform

‘A Feminist Chorus’ film screening during 21 Revolutions exhibition at Platform, Glasgow, 7 November—7 December, 2014
#37 - July 2016

a childish tune plays a keyboard anthem

A footnote by Aniela Piasecka to ‘Made to be Broken’, a collaboration with Paloma Proudfoot presented as part of Platform: 2016 at Edinburgh Art Festival
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#14 Summer - June 2008

Back Page: Juliette Blightman

Dear Juliette We would like to invite you to write about the view from a window and whatever associated thoughts are inspired by it. We heard you are a bit of an avid rear-window photographer and thought this small project would go well with the domestic-space thematic inherent in your practice.Best, MAP 
#25 - July 2011

Grace Schwindt

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#2 - May 2005 Review

Books: The Garden of Cosmic Speculation

By Charles Jencks, published by Frances Lincoln, March 2005 
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#9 - March 2007 Review

Christine Borland

2 December 2006–28 January 2007, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
#25 - July 2011

Art as Metavocation

Sean Ashton explores the recent past to find answers on practice, product and participation
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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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#31 - February 2014

‘A Feminist Chorus’ by Lucy Reynolds, curated by MAP

Glasgow International: ‘A Feminist Chorus’, one film, two sound works and a performance, spanning three venues, 5—21 April, Glasgow Women’s Library, Glasgow School of Art & 5 Blythswood Square
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#18 Summer - June 2009 Review

The Russian Linesman

18 February–4 May, The Hayward Gallery, London
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#16 Winter - November 2008 Review

Matthieu Laurette

1 January–31 December, 2008 Blow de la Barra, London
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#19 Autumn - September 2009

Remarks: New Films In The Making

Steven Bode, director of The Film and Video Umbrella discusses the history of the organisation and some upcoming commission. 
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#42 - January 2018 Review

Wanderlust

Dominik Czechowski reviews Wanderlust: Actions, Traces, Journeys 1967-2017 at UB Art Galleries, New York, 7 September - 31 December 2017, touring to the Des Moines Art Center, Iowa, 17 February - 13 May 2018
#25 - July 2011

Commission: Mary Simpson

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#7 - September 2006 Review

Jacqueline Donachie and Darren Monckton: Tomorrow Belongs to Me

HUNTERIAN MUSEUM 9 JUN–2 SEP, 2006, Glasgow
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#21 Spring - March 2010

Residency Silberkuppe

MAP talks to Berlin art space Silberkuppe about space and strategy
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#12 Winter - November 2007

Obituary: Steven Campbell

Artist, born 19 March 1953, died 15 August 2007
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#8 - November 2006

David Shrigley: Top Drawer

David Shrigley is astonishingly prolific. Outside the mainstream, but embraced by it, he makes T-shirts and posters, but is also bought by the Tate. Neil Cooper visits him in his Glasgow studio and finds the man very much like his work.
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#10 - June 2007 Review

Semina Culture: Wallace Berman and His Circle

16 January–31 March 2007, Grey Art Gallery, New York University
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#14 Summer - June 2008 Review

Whitney Biennial 2008 / Judy Chicago

6 March–1 June 2008, Whitney Museum of American Art / Long-term installation, Brooklyn Museum, New York
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#5 - January 2006

Report

Tim Abrahams investigates art world activity and goes head to head with the national collectors of art
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#48 - January 2019 Column

Gardenlust #4: The Persephone Complex

A monthly column by Isabella Streffen
#4 - December 2005 Review

Edinburgh Art Festival and Annuale 2005

Various venues citywide during August 2005
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#25 - July 2011 Review

Activity: Edited by Pedro Barateiro, Christoph Keller, Ricardo Valentim

JRP Ringier/Christoph Keller Editions, 2011, ISBN: 978-3-03764-161-3  
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#48 - January 2019 Journal

An upside down triangle with a two-headed arrow between the top two apexes. In the middle of this arrow, a dotted line with ‘SOCIAL’ written on one side and ‘SEXUAL’ on the other

Fourth in a series of research texts by Gordon Douglas reporting on encounters with collaborative practice in Japan
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#22 - June 2010 Review

Moving Images from the Attic Archive

19 March–18 April, 2010, Cooper Gallery, Dundee
#8 - November 2006

On the Map 2006

A new directory of artists, curators and galleries in Scotland 
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#43 - March 2018 Review

a new thread, wayward

Rebecca Wilcox responds to Virginia Woolf: an exhibition inspired by her writings at Tate St Ives, 10 February - 29 April
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#42 - January 2018 Review

‘A Murderous Fury’

Felix Bazalgette on the politics and protest behind Art and Space at the Guggenheim Bilbao, 5 December 2017 - 18 April 2018 
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#22 - June 2010 Review

Kaye Donachie

27 February–11 April, 2010, Maureen Paley, London
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#25 - July 2011

Remarks: Provence City Guide Nice 2011

Provence on their new travel guide—a passport to the best Nice has to offer  
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#31 - May 2014

Unmastered, Remastered by Katherine Angel & The Blackburn Company

Curated reading of the book ‘Unmastered / A Book On Desire, Most Difficult to Tell’
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#2 - May 2005 Review

Books: High Noon

Monograph of the work of Simon Patterson, published by the Fruitmarket and IKON, 2005