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#56 - March 2020 Editorial

Editorial: Staying Close

Contact, proximity and hello
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#56 - March 2020

TENANCY

‘What is a tenancy agreement?’ MAP’s guest commissioning editor Helen Charman begins a new project which invites writers and artists to join her investigation into the nature of renting. Pieces will be published on the 1st of every month for 12 months, beginning here, on April Fool’s day.
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#56 - April 2020 Documentation

Text for a willow

A willow was planted by the River Deveron, in the centre of a solid wood circular bench, near Huntly Aberdeenshire, 31 January 2020. Alice Bain reports from a distance
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#56 - April 2020 Review

MOTHER-SHIP

Rose Higham-Stainton attends the launch of MOTHER by Studio Morison at Wicken Fen 29th February 2020
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#56 - March 2020 Journal

STAY AT HOME MOVIES

Herb Shellenberger guides us through a selection of moving-image works newly available for remote viewing
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#56 - March 2020 Essay

A Maggot - For Freda

Kirsty Hendry considers ‘the flimsy layer that separates one body from another’, as we re-publish her 2018 essay
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#56 - March 2020 Review

Ambiguous Heterotopias

James Bell reviews Seized by the Left Hand at Dundee Contemporary Arts
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#56 - March 2020 Review

A Gnostic Romance

Jessica Ramm reviews Alex Impey –Gnostic Cautery at The Hunterian, Glasgow 16th November 2019 – 23rd February 2020
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#56 - March 2020 Review

Improviser’s Rehearsal

Gwenan Davies reviews In Emotia, by France-Lise McGurn in T5 at Tramway
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#56 - March 2020 Review

Our World - The World to Come

‘Wayward machines and knotted weeds fill the empty space, move with it, sound across its borders.’ Esther Draycott visits a show at 16 Nicholson Street, Glasgow January 2020
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#56 - March 2020 Review

Networks and Their Discontents

William Kherbek visits The Eternal Network, the key group exhibition in transmediale 2020 festivalEnd to End, HKW, Berlin
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#56 - March 2020 Documentation

32, 32

Good Press, Lunchtime and Sunday’s document close proximity and collaboration at 32 St Andrew’s Street, Glasgow
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#56 - March 2020 Review

A possible space for the life of a girl

Nell Osborne considers Lisa Robertson’s debut novel The Baudelaire Fractal
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#55 - February 2020 MAP Event

you, there, are you there? | MAP at Glasgow Film Festival 2020

Event over. A programme of short film, artist moving image and performance curated by Rosie Roberts and including work by Rhea Storr, Jessica Higgins, Alex Culshaw and Alison Scott. Wednesday, 4 March, 6pm. CCA Cinema
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#55 - February 2020

Hashtag: No More Boring Art

Artist and poet Annie Runkel remembers John Baldessari and teases the life out of boredom
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#55 - February 2020 Review

She says, my body contains blood baths. How will you care for it?

A response by Kiah Endelman Music to Louise Ahl’s Hevi Metle, a durational performance of six hours, six minutes and six seconds which draws on a feminist approach to alchemy. Made in collaboration with Australian choreographer Angela Goh, Glasgow-based artist Michelle Hannah and including an integrated touch tour by Edinburgh-based Juliana Capes, the work was first seen at Tramway, Glasgow and will be re-presented on 12 February 2020 at Baltic.
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#55 - January 2020 Journal

Florida

Artist Nicola Murray found herself bamboozled in Florida at the end of last year.
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#55 - January 2020 Review

12 Hour Non-State Parade

Angeliki Roussou attended the Cooper Gallery’s marathon symposium in Dundee at the end of last year and found it ‘…surgically curated, perfectly executed, homely and inclusive’. Read more of her report here
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#3 - August 2005

Report

Tim Abrahams reports on art world activity
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#13 Spring - March 2008 Review

Ulla von Brandenburg

18 January–24 February 2008, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
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#1 - February 2005 Review

Focus: Sao Paolo

26th Bienial de São Paolo
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#3 - August 2005 Review

Our Surroundings

DCA, Dundee 14 May-17 July
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#44 - May 2018 Essay

Soft Coercion, the City and the Recorded Female Voice

by Nina Power
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#11 Autumn - September 2007 Review

Jen DeNike

2 June–21 July 2007, Site Gallery, Sheffield
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#2 - May 2005 Review

Joseph Beuys

Tate Modern, London, 4 February-2 May 
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#25 - July 2011

Ed Atkins

Q&A by Richard Whitby
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#1 - February 2005

Back Page: John Byrne

Artist John Byrne talks music
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#31 - January 2014 MAP Reading Group

‘Sick Sick Sick’ : The Books of Ornery Women

A reading project examining a radical or ‘bludgeoned’ subjectivity of female writers
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#14 Summer - March 2010

Loris Gréaud: On and Off

Christophe Gallois interviews Loris Gréaud, an artist who manipulates and expands the art of exhibition-making. Following the showing of Cellar Door at the Palais de Tokyo, the ICA hosts the second version of the exhibition which brings together opera, architecture and black champagne
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#13 Spring - March 2008 Review

Books & Film DVDs: Oreet Ashery

www.thisisunbound.co.uk £10
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#47 - October 2018 Review

A SHELL, A HOUSE, A HOME, A FACE, A FAÇADE, A FRONTISPIECE

Hussein Mitha responds to COCO!NUTS! by Rabiya Choudhry at Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, 15 September - 20 October
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#41 - October 2017

Others got wings for flying, 10 posters by Megan Rooney

A narrative group of posters designed to populate Glasgow’s city centre. Part of the MAP Commission 2017. 
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#39 - August 2017 Review

Inner Other

Henry Broome visits ‘Inner Other’, a group show at Gossamer Fog, London, 29 July - 25 August
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#7 - September 2006 Review

Erica Eyres

ROKEBY 17 MAY–20 JUN, 2006, London
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#18 Summer - June 2009 Review

Peter Coffin

11 Februar–10 May, Barbican Art Gallery, London
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#48 - January 2019 Review

Extreme times call for extreme heroines

Victoria Horne visits Keepin’ It Clean by Betye Saar at New-York Historical Society, 2 November 2018 - 27 May 2019
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#14 Summer - June 2008 Review

Books: Uncle Chop Chop

www.aye-aye.eclipse.co.uk
#24 - November 2010

In Production: Christine Borland

Dominic Paterson finds the artist in production at Glasgow Sculpture Studios
#36 - November 2015

‘Whose Gaelic is it anyway?’ Identity and perception

By Glasgow-based musician, Cassie Ezeji
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#50 - July 2019 Column

Gardenlust #9 Nymphéas​

Isabella Streffen soaks up the summer
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#8 - November 2006 Review

Books: Timeline

Douglas Gordon, MOMA £32
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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
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#11 Autumn - September 2007 Review

Tender Scene

6 July–11 August 2007, The Changing Room, Stirling
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#3 - August 2005

Green Dot

Glasgow-based artist Shauna McMullan travelled across countries to exhibit in ‘Crossovers’, part of Japan’s 2005 Aichi Expo. Mapped by a big green dot, the resulting work ‘Via’, has its first UK showing in MAP
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#9 - March 2007

Reply: Absent Narratives

Malcolm Dickson replies to the MAP Report Issue 7
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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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#46 - August 2018 Review

The skin is an organ

Sam Playford-Greenwell on ECZEMA!, written and directed by Maria Fusco as part of The National Theatre of Wales’ NHS70 Festival
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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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#18 Summer - June 2009 Review

Novel - Issue One: Edited by Alun Rowlands and Matt Williams

ISBN 978-1- 906424-07-7, www.novelpublication.org
#25 - July 2011

Commission: Mary Simpson

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#20 Winter - November 2009 Review

Mathilde ter Heijne

20 September–8 November, 2009, SMBA, Amsterdam
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#12 Winter - November 2007

Enrico David: Choreography of Man

Enrico David’s first major solo show in London received much praise. But what is the impulse behind his carefully rendered theatricality? Isla Leaver-Yap asks him about harmony, risk and the art of language