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#50 - April 2019 Daily instalment

A typeface narrative on the Ñ and its infected tilde

In 22 parts, one added to the story every weekday in April 2019. By Catalina Barroso-Luque.
I Fell In Love With A Tree
#50 - March 2019 Column

Gardenlust #6: Cherry Blossom Girl

A monthly column by Isabella Streffen
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#49 - March 2019

P.S.

A postscript to mark the close of Issue #49: Couldn’t we just bee?
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#49 - March 2019 Essay

A golden interweaving link

Anna McLauchlan visits the D’Arcy Thompson Zoology Museum, Dundee
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#49 - March 2019

I was a Humandwolf

Alec Finlay writes on Project Wolf - a performative ecological strategy in which human wolves reanimate the role of lost predators
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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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#1 - February 2005 Review

Mat Collishaw

Inverleith House, Edinburgh, 15 Jan-13 Mar 2005
#22 - June 2010

Fiona Mackay, Morag Keil and Manuela Gernedel: 84 Paintings

Barry Schwabsky talks to Fiona Mackay, Morag Keil and Manuela Gernedel about their unique collaboration
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#20 Winter - November 2009 Review

Utopics

30 August–25 October 2009, Various locations, Biel/Bienne
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#42 - December 2017 Review

Lilt, Twang, Tremor

Ruth Barker reviews Sarah Rose, Susannah Stark and Hanna Tuulikki at CCA, 18 November 2017 - 14 January 2018
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#18 Summer - June 2009 Review

The Russian Linesman

18 February–4 May, The Hayward Gallery, London
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#8 - November 2006

Report: Art fair power and glamour is confirmed

Isla Leaver-Yap reports on art world activity.
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#25 - July 2011

Karla Black’s Abstraction

Briony Fer examines the tone and texture of the Glasgow-based artist’s work  
#37 - September 2016

TIME IS NOT A LINE

A footnote by Suzanne van der Lingen
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#35 - August 2015 MAP Reading Group

Thank you for writing to me so often, you are revealing yourself to me in the only way you can

Laura Edbrook reflects on the reading and discussion group ‘Sick Sick Sick: The Books of Ornery Women’ co-run with Emma Balkind and presented by MAP between autumn 2013 and autumn 2014. ‘Sick Sick Sick’ was an open reading project based online and at the CCA, Glasgow and examined a radical or ‘bludgeoned’ subjectivity of female writers
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#10 - June 2007

Kate Davis: Could we? I am asking

John Calcutt finds the work of Kate Davis complex, subtle, powerful and bravely questioning of gender perspectives. Born in New Zeland, and now resident in Glasgow, Davis is attracting increasing international recognition
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#48 - January 2019 Review

Burning Ties

Harry Weeks reviews Rasheed Araeen: A Retrospective at Baltic, Gateshead, 19 October 2018 - 27 January 2019
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#11 Autumn - September 2007

Tony Swain: Concrete Planes

Isla Leaver-Yap visits Tony Swain’s studio in Glasgow and finds him among stacks of yellowing newsprint reworking 20th century techniques towards uncharted landscapes
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#37 - May 2016

GMA A40/2/20/23 A Ford advert. Fainted notes written on it. Illegible. (c1970s)

Neil Ogg responds to the idea of ‘footnoting the archive’ in relation to his recent role as Archivist at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
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#18 Summer - June 2009

Remarks: Eastside Projects

Gavin Wade, curator of Eastside Projects, which opened in Birmingham end 2008, talks about collaborative work with artists. 
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#25 - July 2011 Review

Still Life

 9 April–30 September, 2011, Waterford, Lismore Castle Arts
#4 - December 2005 Review

Books: Wolfgang Tillmans truth study center

Published by Taschen, October 2005 
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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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#8 - November 2006

Iain Forsyth, Jane Pollard, Jason Pierce

The collaborators behind Silent Sound on their Liverpool Biennial performance based around the idea of spiritualism
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#3 - August 2005 Review

History of Disappearance—Live Art From New York 1975–Present

Baltic, 18 June-4 September, 2005
#16 Winter - November 2008 Review

On Knowledge Production: A Critical Reader in Contemporary Art

Maria Hlavajova, Jill Winder, Binna Choi (eds.) £20 www.bak-utrecht.nl
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#17 Spring - March 2009

Remarks: Tree

Tania Kovats discusses TREE, the project which won her the Natural History Museum’s Darwin Canopy Commission. 
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#12 Winter - November 2007 Review

Stan Douglas

15 September 2007–6 January 2008, Staatsgalerie & Wurttembergischer Kunstverine, Stuttgart
#6 - April 2006

Commission: X-REX

Kenny Hunter’s first foray into film—the latest in the MAP commission series. Kate Cowcher introduces the work here.
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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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#25 - July 2011

Reproductive Labour: Cinenova

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#17 Spring - March 2009

The Function of Objects

Steven Cairns considers the idea of containment in the spatially connected installation work of Phillip Lai
#4 - December 2005 Review

Edinburgh Art Festival and Annuale 2005

Various venues citywide during August 2005
#5 - January 2006 Review

Books: Jim Lambie Voidoid

Published by Koenig Books, 2005, ISBN 3883758302
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#23 Autumn - September 2010 Review

Jorge Santos

17 July–26 September, 2010, Spike Island, Bristol
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#45 - June 2018 Review

Chapter Six

The sixth instalment of Out of Office Auto-Reply by Sarah Tripp & Simon Buckley
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#10 - June 2007 Review

Gilbert and George

13 February–7 May 2007, Tate Modern, London
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#41 - October 2017 Review

Circumstantial Evidence

Kirsty Hendry responds to ‘Every contact leaves a trace’ curated by Naomi Pearce, a LUX screening at Glasgow Film Theatre, 1 October
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#18 Summer - June 2009

Commission: Martin Boyce

The artist presents archival material related to new work for this year’s Venice Biennale 
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#10 - June 2007 Review

Books: Kara Walker: My Compliment, My Enemy, My Oppressor, My Love

Edited by Michelle Piranio www.Hatjecantze.com ISBN 978-3-7757-1932-239
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#40 - October 2017 Review

By Likeness

Lila Matsumoto’s ekphrastic response to ‘Artificial Sensibility’ by It’s Our Playground at Bonnington Gallery, Nottingham, 22 September - 27 October