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#59 - September 2020 Editorial

Collisions

Editorial: tying up cosmic symbolism
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#59 - November 2020 MAP Project

TENANCY Part 8: To Be Honest

by Dom Hale
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#59 - November 2020 MAP Project

TENANCY Part 8: Tuesday

by Gboyega Odubanjo
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#59 - October 2020 Camara Taylor X SBWN

Introduction to the cold

Camara Taylor’s writing launches their curated series looking at ‘the cold’ in its various registers and realities
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#59 - October 2020 Event

End of Residency Party: reading, viewing, and sharing

Join special guests hosted by resident Reviews and Project Editors Rosie Roberts and Alison Scott, 22 October 8 - 9.30pm on zoom
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#59 - October 2020 Through Motion

How to Act

That First Sensitive Stage of Becoming Acquainted: Christian Noelle Charles talks with Adam Benmakhlouf
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#59 - October 2020 Poetry

And the tears came

Adjoa Armah reflects on her relationship to dreaming as a dreamer with aphantasia: a condition she experiences as having a blind mind’s eye and an inability to voluntarily recall basic sensorial information
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#59 - October 2020 Review

Field Notes

Naomi Gessesse chooses highlights from Glasgow Short Film Festival online, August 2020
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#59 - October 2020 Review

Letters for/against Wild Invention: Part 3

The final instalment of A+E Collective’s epistolary response to The Wild Book of Invention, Sternberg Press, 2020
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#59 - October 2020 MAP Project

TENANCY Part 7: Make it Safe

by No Matter
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#59 - September 2020 Review

Letters for/against Wild Invention: Part 2

Over three instalments, A+E Collective respond in epistolary form to The Wild Book of Invention, Sternberg Press, 2020
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#59 - September 2020 Through Motion

An Ode to Fear and Fire

A film and poem by Saoirse Amira Anis detailing the intricate web that links her experiences with movement, nature and heritage. An Ode to Fear and Fire touches on the ways in which these links can act as the spark which turns ‘the fear in her belly’ into ‘a fire in her belly’.
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#59 - September 2020 Review

Letters for/against Wild Invention: Part 1

Over three instalments, A+E Collective respond in epistolary form to The Wild Book of Invention, Sternberg Press, 2020
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#59 - September 2020 Through Motion

Restorative Disembodiment

A photo essay by Saoirse Amira Anis
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#58 - September 2020 Letters

WRITINGS BETWEEN

Vulnerability and Resistance: the third and final part of a series of correspondences between Caroline Gausden and Jen Clarke on the politics of hosting and hospitality
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#58 - September 2020 Letters

WRITINGS BETWEEN

Bodies of Knowledge: Part two of a series of correspondences between Caroline Gausden and Jen Clarke on the politics of hosting and hospitality
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#58 - September 2020 Short Story

BIG DOG DAYS

A short story by Hannah Nussbaum
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#20 Winter - November 2009

A Report on the Production of Jeffrey Charles Henry Peacock

For the past four years Richard Birkett has received JCHP cards, their stark design farming assertions and declarations about art and society. Here, he describes this exclusive postal practice
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#50 - July 2019 Column

Gardenlust #9 Nymphéas​

Isabella Streffen soaks up the summer
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#47 - October 2018 Review

Permanently Temporary

Lotte L.S. visits A Postcard from Amsterdam, an exhibition by Charlott Weise and Franziska Schulz at LOWER.GREEN, a temporary gallery space in Norwich
#4 - December 2005 Review

British Art Show 6

Baltic, Gateshead 24 September 2005–8 January 2006 
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#5 - January 2006 Review

Sue Tompkins

The Modern Institute, Glasgow 14 January–11 February 2006 
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#18 Summer - June 2009 Review

Jonathan Horowitz

22 February–14 September, P.S.1, New York
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#19 Autumn - September 2009 Review

Christopher Orr

24 May–1 August, 2009, IBID PROJECTS/Hoxton Square, London
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#8 - November 2006 Review

Karl Haendel

16 September–14 October 2006, Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow
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#17 Spring - March 2009 Review

Ann Veronica Janssens

1 November–7 December, Esther Schipper, Berlin
#30 - November 2013

Black Space Down

A new text by Stephanie Mann
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#42 - February 2018 Review

The Breath From Fertile Grounds

Claire Walsh on Otobong Nkanga’s solo exhibition at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin, 8 December 2017 - 10 February 2018
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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
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#20 Winter - November 2009

Power Structures, Pantomimes and Parodies

The installations and performances of Paris-based artist Lili Reynaud-Dewar draw from a kaleidoscopic field of identities and histories—from Rastafarianism to Super Studio, from shorthand typists to burlesque entertainers. Here, in conversation with Joanna Fiduccia, she discusses the ambiguities, both sculptural and moral, behind her very particular Follies, and what it means to be the woman behind the curtain
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#9 - March 2007 Review

Peter Horobin

29 November–12 December 2006, University of Ulster, Belfast
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#18 Summer - June 2009

Remarks: Collective Recipes

Palermo-based artist Aleksandra Mir discusses her new book project. 
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#13 Spring - March 2008

Residency: Nick Evans

Sarah Smith talks to Nick Evans about his work at home and away
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#16 Winter - November 2008 Review

Liverpool International 08: Made Up

20 September–30 November, 2008, Various venues, Liverpool
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#9 - March 2007 Review

John Cage

24 November 2006–7 January 2007, La Casa Encendida, Madrid
#21 Spring - March 2010

Emerging: Adrien Missika

Aoife Rosenmeyer examines the past and present modernities at work in Missika’s images
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#39 - August 2017 Review

To Those in Search of Immunity

Last in a series of responses to Edinburgh Art Festival, Gordon Douglas takes the latest of Collective’s ‘Oberservers’ Walks’ by Patrick Staff, engaging with Calton Hill’s botanical, queer and historical entanglements 27 July - 27 August
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#53 - September 2019 New writing series

Creature

by Siân Robinson Davies. ‘Living alone for the first time, a new side of herself emerges.’
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#53 - September 2019 New writing series

The Residency: Part 2

James N. Hutchinson’s narrative continues. ‘I stand for a moment and glance around. I can’t see a car. Where could the third child be?’
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#7 - September 2006 Review

Henry Coombes: Laddy and the Lady

TRAMWAY 7–30 JUL, 2006, Glasgow
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#22 - June 2010

Remarks: Scotland and Venice 2011

Fiona Bradley, director of the Fruitmarket Gallery, talks about Scotland’s representation at the 54th Venice Biennale. 
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#30 - November 2013

Polventon

A new collaborative video by Shana Moulton and Lucy Stein
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#20 Winter - November 2009 Review

Deimantas Narkevicius

1 October–29 November, 2009, BFI, London
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#8 - November 2006

Emerging: Ben and Holly

We introduce two pairs of artists who attracted attention at the Edinburgh Art Festival 2006; and two individual artists who are making a visible mark on the landscape of environmental art
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#19 Autumn - September 2009 Review

Selected works from a private collection: Thomas Kinkade

3 July–11 July, 2009, Freymond-Guth & Co. Fine Arts, Zurich
#3 - August 2005

Editorial

'Daisies (Sedmikrsky)', still, 1966, directed by V?ra Chytilov. Sick Sick Sick, MAP 2013
#30 - October 2013 MAP Reading Group

‘Sick Sick Sick’ : The Books of Ornery Women

A reading project examining a radical or ‘bludgeoned’ subjectivity of female writers initiated by Emma Balkind and Laura Edbrook in association with MAP. The project’s tumblr account goes live on 14 November
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#9 - March 2007 Review

Catherine Sullivan

2 December 2006–27 January 2007, CCA, Glasgow
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#14 Summer - June 2008

Henrik Olesen: Oblique Vision

Working within the boundaries of gender, art history and sexual politics, Henrik Olesen creates a complex aesthetic with philosophical tendencies. Curator Alessandro Rabottini unravels a powerful method in this artist’s enigmatic work
#21 Spring - March 2010

Report: The Artist Remake

Isla Leaver-Yap assesses the conditions for artists who remake their own work
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#10 - June 2007 Review

The Second Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art

1 March–10 April 2007, Moscow
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#39 - July 2017 Review

The particular in general

Anna McLauchlan preserves Alex Impey’s ←Term.←Lam.←, the second commission in Collective’s Satellites programme