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#50 - July 2019 Documentation

OH MY GOD, I DIDN’T SEE YOU

Thinking about air, fire, smoke, volcanoes and immateriality with The Enquiry
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#50 - July 2019 Review

Sunday Fantasy, an exhibition and film by Zoe Williams

Mimosa House, London, 25 May–27 Jul. Review by Ari Níelsson
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#50 - July 2019 Review

Cecilia Vicuña: A Retrospective

Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, 26 May-10 Nov 2019. Review by William Kherbek
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#50 - July 2019 Column

Gardenlust #9 Nymphéas​

Isabella Streffen soaks up the summer
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#50 - June 2019 Review

PULPO MOTORINO:

pounding the pages of Laure Prouvost’s Legsicon (Book Works 2019) with Rosie Roberts
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#50 - June 2019 Review

Beyond the God’s Eye, Cian Dayrit

NOME, Berlin, 27 Apr-12 Jun, 2019. Review by William Kherbek
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#50 - May 2019 Column

Gardenlust #7 Be More Peony

Isabella Streffen continues her garden adventure in summer time
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#50 - May 2019 Review

I, I, I, I, I, I, I, Kathy Acker

Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, 1 May–4 Aug. Review by Neil Cooper
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#50 - May 2019 Short Story

It is Composed of Parts

A short story by Hannah Nussbaum
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#50 - May 2019 Interview

Jude Browning talks to Anne-Marie Copestake in bed

A video conversation inspired by Copestake’s series of interviews between artists and musicians, Trigger Tonic (1999-2004).
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#50 - May 2019 Visual Essay

Cannibal O

An intimate evening of feminist cannibalism hosted by Catalina Barroso-Luque around a circular dining table and premiered at Intermedia Gallery, CCA, Glasgow on 17 April 2019. Twenty eight images by Isobel Lutz-Smith tell the story.
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#50 - May 2019 Review

Spaces, Places

Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, Hawick, 2-6 May, 2019. Review by Ben Nicholson
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#50 - May 2019 Review

‘Persepolis Now?’

A Utopian Stage at SAVVY Contemporary, Berlin. Curated by Vali Mahlouji | Archeology of the Final Decade. Review by Sumugan Sivansan
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#50 - May 2019 Review

New Waves: Mohamed Melehi and the Casablanca Art School

The Mosaic Rooms 12/04/19–22/06/19. Review by Kylie Gilchrist
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#50 - April 2019 Interview

Alberta Whittle and Emilio Bianchic

Curators Diego Chocano and Ellie Dobbs interview the two artists brought together in Useless, Pig Rock Bothy, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, 13-21 April
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#50 - April 2019 Review

It Bites Back

Gabriella Beckhurst reviews the viral solo show by Pedro Neves Marques at Gasworks, London, 11 Apr-16 June 2019
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#6 - April 2006 Review

Karla Black

Mary Mary, Glasgow, 15 April–19 May 2006 
#1 - February 2005

Editorial

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#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
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#11 Autumn - September 2007 Review

Three for Society

2 June–27 July 2007, 303 Gallery, New York
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#42 - January 2018 Review

Wake up and the world is different

Anna McLauchlan drinks in The Last Hour!, a project curated by Timothea Armour, the fifth and final commission in Collective’s Satellites programme
#25 - July 2011

Commission: Mary Simpson

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#5 - January 2006 Review

Her Noise

South London Gallery, London 10 November-18 December 2005 
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#2 - May 2005 Review

Lorna Macintyre, Clare Stephenson and Jane Topping

Generator Projects, Dundee, 24 April-8 May
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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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#6 - April 2006

Boys’ Club

Dada is back… or perhaps it never went away. As a major retrospective transfers from Paris to New York, an exhibition in Edinburgh explores the influence of the ‘anti-art’ movement on today’s British practitioners. So is it all dirty jokes and Oedipal angst, or should our hearts belong to Dada?
#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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#6 - June 2006

Studio: Toby Paterson

Photographer Luke Watson visits painter Toby Paterson, well known for his postmodern architectural abstract works, in his Glasgow city centre studio
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#25 - July 2011 Review

Józef Robakowski

8 April–15 May, 2011, Ludlow 38, New York
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#11 Autumn - September 2007

Report: What is ‘Public’ in Public Art?

Christophe Gallois on the Site-Specific
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#17 Spring - March 2009 Review

Langlands & Bell

25 October–13 December, Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh
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#23 Autumn - September 2010 Review

Knut Åsdam

27 May–27 August, 2010, Bergen Kunsthall
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#8 - November 2006 Review

Kenny Hunter

29 July–5 November 2006, Longside Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield
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#15 Autumn - September 2008 Review

Books: The Sun, the Moon & Everything In Between

Emmett Walsh Hydra Press (edition of 50)
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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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#22 - June 2010 Review

James Welling: Glass House

New York 24 March–24 April, 2010, David Zwirner
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#13 Spring - March 2008 Review

Keren Cytter

30 November 2007–6 January 2008, Cubitt, London
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#26 - November 2012

MAP Screen | Dancing With Myself

Miranda Pennell’s ‘Human Radio’ was the first film shown in a programme curated by Debi Banerjee for MAP Screen. Its run is now over but a text remains to view here.
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#23 Autumn - September 2010 Review

Ashes and broken brickwork of a logical theory

Susanne Kriemann, Roma Publications, 2010, £14, ISBN: 978-90-77459-44-7
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#3 - August 2005 Review

Richard Hughes

The Modern Institute, Glasgow 3 June-15 July, 2005
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#44 - May 2018 Review

GI reviews and responses

Fifth in a series of reviews and responses to Glasgow International 2018 presentations, Calum Sutherland reviews Ross Birrell at CCA, Mark Leckey at Tramway and Michael White at Oxford House
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#24 - November 2010

Report: Internet Art in the Present Tense

Karen Archey examines the rise, fall and rise of art and information technologies
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#37 - December 2016

Unknown Outcomes

Debi Banerjee and Kirsty Hendry introduce ‘Unknown Outcomes’ - a website assembling the material collected and produced throughout their collaboration with Ted Odling’s archival material. Developed by designer Neil McGuire, ‘Unknown Outcomes’ is a meditation on the role of systems in structuring and legitimising information and knowledge.
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#41 - November 2017 Review

INTERSTICES

Rachael Finney reviews ‘Interstices’ by Terre Thaemlitz at Auto Italia, 3 October - 3 December
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#20 Winter - November 2009

Abstract Capitalist Realism

Alastair MacKinven reflects on his current practice 
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#41 - October 2017 Review

Country Grammar

Ruth Barker reviews ‘Country Grammar’ by Sue Tompkins (featuring work by Luke Fowler) at The Modern Institute Aird’s Lane, Glasgow, 30 September - 4 November
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#8 - November 2006

Blow-Up—Between Form and Formlessness

Bill Hare discusses the movie and its art
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#19 Autumn - September 2009

Eva Hesse: Present Tense

Isla Leaver-Yap assesses the work of Eva Hesse, finding a sophisticated legacy with fresh resonance
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#8 - November 2006 Review

Chris Burden

15 September–5 November 2006, South London Gallery and Chelsea College of Art and Design, London
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#23 Autumn - September 2010 Review

Focus: Edinburgh Art Festival

29 July–various dates from end September 2010, various venues
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#9 - March 2007

The { } Age: Alistair Gentry on the Enlightenment

Pamphleteers of the 18th century didn’t mince their words. And neither does Alistair Gentry, writer and artist, here speaking out on the idea of Enlightenment.
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#1 - February 2005

Map Commission: Goya Vs Yoko Ono

‘Goya Vs Yoko Ono’, by Glasgow-based artist Alex Hetherington, is the first MAP commission