Dolores Dorantes Untitled
#54 - December 2019

Untitled

A new text by Dolores Dorantes. Translated by Catalina Barroso-Luque
Divisor
#54 - December 2019 MAP Reading Group

Can Loneliness Perform a Politics?

Catalina Barroso-Luque reflects on her project Penetrate: Translate—an exercise in the political practice of being lonely together. Three texts, that celebrate the conclusion of the eponymous five session reading group, will be published each day this week.
Img 3504 1
#54 - December 2019 Poetry

Meld / Blueprint

A selection of poems, taken from the publication by Judith Hagan, Jessica Higgins & Rebecca Wilcox, written in September 2019 at The Bower, Brunswick Park, Camberwell
Appau Jnr Boakye Yiadom During Adaptive Rhythm 002
#54 - December 2019 Review

Hanging Out

Artist Moving Image Festival, LUX Scotland at Tramway, Glasgow, 16/17 November 2019. Review by Cicely Farrer
Ellen Cantor 05
#54 - November 2019 MAP Reading Group

Penetrate: Translate reading group

Final session. Pinochet Porn in Progress by Ellen Cantor. CCA Clubroom, Monday 9 December, 6.30pm
Bhanu Kapil
#54 - November 2019 MAP Reading Group

Penetrate: Translate reading group

Session Four. NOW OVER. Ban en Banlieue by Bhanu Kapil. CCA, Monday 25 November, 6.30pm
Honey Suckle Company Ica Lower Gallery 14  Photo Jonathan Hordle Pa Wire
#54 - November 2019 Review

Healing Thoughts

William Kherbek reviews Honey-Suckle Company: Omnibus, ICA, London, 2 October 2019 to 12 January 2020
Penetrate Translate Website
#54 - November 2019 MAP Reading Group

Penetrate: Translate reading group overview

A MAP reading group led and devised by Catalina Barroso-Luque, a Mexican artist living in Glasgow.
Picture Watercolour Sketch By Mary Ogilvie Davison Right And Wrong Dated 1898
#54 - November 2019 Review

Having failed to get a room in a static caravan: a fragment of a fragment

A dual account of a day at Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival 2019. Alison Scott and Rosie Roberts writing as again+again.
Figure 1
#54 - November 2019 Review

On Venus

Daniel Fountain reviews Patrick Staff’s new show at the Serpentine Galleries, 8 November 2019 to 9 February 2020
Volgograd Place
#54 - November 2019 Review

The Twin

Esther Draycott responds to the Coventry Biennial of Contemporary Art 2019. 4 October to 24 November
Capildeo3
#54 - November 2019 MAP Reading Group

Penetrate: Translate reading group

Session three. NOW OVER. Vahni Capildeo, Measures of Expatriation. CCA, Monday 11 November, 6.30pm
Map Blue Square 01
#54 - October 2019

MAP Reviews Editor

This call out is now closed. Many thanks to all those who have applied. We’ll announce our new Reviews Editor in December.
Berwick 5 Magic Pentacle
#54 - October 2019 Review

Against dialogue, or, we need to sing to mountains

Notes from the 15th Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival, 19–22 September 2019. By Marcus Jack
Shower
#53 - September 2019 New writing series

ACCOMMODATION

Anna McLauchlan concludes this season of new writing inspired by residencies at Inshriach Bothy, Cairngorms
Bothy Before
#53 - September 2019 New writing series

BEFORE, ROAD, INTUITION

Three texts by Sarah Rose. “I remember the score Native by composer Pauline Oliveros which instructs us to, ‘Take a walk at night. Walk so silently that the bottom of your feet become ears.’”
Gdc Tlme  La79 06M
#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
7 2
#11 Autumn - September 2007

Report: What is ‘Public’ in Public Art?

Christophe Gallois on the Site-Specific
57 11
#6 - April 2006 Review

What Makes You And I Different?

Tramway, Glasgow, 24 February–26 March 2006 
90 4
#25 - July 2011 Review

Young British Art

28 April–4 June, Limoncello, London
Observers  Walks 900X470
#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
80 2
#18 Summer - June 2009 Review

Between Earth & Heaven: The Architecture of John Lautner

20 March—26 July, The Lighthouse, Glasgow 
#29 - August 2013

In the Shadow of the Hand : Object 7a

A witness statement in the form of a text and image, produced in response to Object 6a ‘Woman Crawling On Hands And Knees’. A collaborative project by Sarah Forrest and Virginia Hutchison
#24 - November 2010 Review

Traffic: Conceptual Art in Canada 1965–1980

11 September–28 November, University of Toronto Art Galleries
Img 1338
#40 - September 2017 Review

Dear We Have Been

Anthony Autumn responds to ‘Barricadia’ by Sahej Rahal at CCA, 16 September - 29 October
Melanie Jackson05
#43 - March 2018 Review

Deeper In The Pyramid

Laura O’Leary explores Melanie Jackson’s exhibition at Grand Union, Birmingham, 2 February - 21 April
61 2
#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
Fig1
#48 - January 2019 Journal

Folded multi-page travel itineraries with stage directions

The first in a series of research texts by Gordon Douglas reporting on encounters with collaborative practice in Japan
83 1
#17 Spring - March 2009 Review

Ann Veronica Janssens

1 November–7 December, Esther Schipper, Berlin
87 1
#25 - July 2011 Review

Hayley Tompkins

2 April–7 May, Modern Institute, Glasgow
59 2 2
#5 - January 2006 Review

Sue Tompkins

The Modern Institute, Glasgow 14 January–11 February 2006 
Tacita Dean Event For A Stage Installation View The Fruitmarket Gallery 2018
#46 - August 2018 Review

WOMAN WITH A RED HAT

Edinburgh Art Festival: Tom Jeffreys reflects on ‘Event for a Stage’ by Tacita Dean, part of Woman with a Red Hat, Fruitmarket, 7 July - 30 September
P31
#20 Winter - November 2009

Emerging: Anna Molska

Malgorzata Mleczko finds the unexpected at the heart of Anna Molska’s practice
85 1
#20 Winter - November 2009 Review

Deimantas Narkevicius

1 October–29 November, 2009, BFI, London
Anna Bb Fig1
#44 - April 2018 Essay

“More generous and more suspicious”

Anna Bunting Branch examines Feminist SF as a worldbuilding practice 
54 2 4
#7 - September 2006 Review

Ruth Ewan

21 July–20 August 2006, Studio Voltaire, London
#4 - December 2005 Review

Books: The Book of David Shrigley

Published by Redstone Press, October 2005 
Mai Tn  Showstoppers
#40 - September 2017 Review

Showstoppers

Calum Gardner responds to ‘Showstoppers - Silver Centrepieces’ at Temple Newsam House, Leeds, 13 May - 15 October
18 5
#8 - November 2006

Emerging: In the Fields

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
80
#20 Winter - November 2009 Review

Static Cinema

29 September–10 October, 2009, Intermedia, CCA, Glasgow
56 2 5
#8 - November 2006 Review

Neal Tait: Now is the Discount of our Winter Tents

15 September–21 October 2006, White Cube, London
52 9
#7 - September 2006 Review

Berlin & Bucharest

25 March–5 June 2006, 4th Berlin Biennale 26 May–27 June 2006, 2nd Bucharest Biennale
Installation View Nadia Myre Code Switching And Other Work Curated By Mother Tongue  Courtesy Nadia Myre And Art Mûr  Photo Credit Ross Fraser Mc Lean
#44 - May 2018 Review

GI reviews and responses

Last in a series of reviews and responses to Glasgow International 2018, Maria Howard writes on Nadia Myre at The Briggait, Cross-feed by Gary Zhexi Zhang & Aniara Omann and Self-Service by Kirsty Hendry & Ilona Sagar
46 1
#18 Summer - June 2009

Who Wants a Pope?

Coline Milliard explores the pop world of the late Ray Johnson, founder of mail art & an artist currently receiving critical reappraisal
Garden  Pieces 7
#35 - August 2015

The orphans of a GENERATION

Preserving the legacy of Margaret Tait. Essay by Sarah Neely
51 7
#5 - January 2006 Review

Her Noise

South London Gallery, London 10 November-18 December 2005 
#10 - June 2007

Emerging: Catherine Street

Ruth Beal talks to an artist who offers ‘a glimpse through a velvet curtain’
50 7
#10 - June 2007 Review

Amsterdam

Morag Keil, 3 March–14 April, Grimm Fine Art 14 / Lucy Stein, 3 March–14 April, Galerie Martin van Zomeren / Sue Tompkins, 3 March–7 April, Galerie Diana Stigter
#15 Autumn - September 2008

Commission: Dot Dot Dot

#37 - June 2016

Living with the Promises of Appearances

Performance and Broadcast by Sarah Rose and Rebecca Wilcox | 9.45 - 10.45pm, 21 June 2016
Collidbooks Covers 0Isbn9781635900361Type
#47 - November 2018 Review

Constant Companion

Philippa Snow reviews Seasonal Associate, Heike Geissler’s account of taking on seasonal work at Amazon
64 13
#7 - September 2006 Review

ANNIE LENNOX

The Eurythmics singer, who was recently honoured by both Edinburgh College of Art and the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama, reveals her artistic passions