Index / Gender politics

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#39 - August 2017 Review

Nudes Never Wear Glasses

First in a series of responses to Edinburgh Art Festival, Victoria Horne reviews Kate Davis’ solo exhibition at Stills 28 July - 8 October
#37 - July 2016

Endnotes: On Social Reproduction

Endnotes to Victoria Horne’s essay ‘The Weight of History’ published as part of ‘Footnoting the Archive: Endnotes’
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#37 - July 2016

The Weight of History

Victoria Horne considers ‘Weight’, a video work by Kate Davis. Essay published as part of ‘Footnoting the Archive: Endnotes’
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#14 Summer - June 2008

Emerging: Ann Bowman

Hollywood to Glasgow, this young American artist explores fantasy and glamour with a sharp film-maker’s eye
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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
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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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#20 Winter - November 2009 Review

Mathilde ter Heijne

20 September–8 November, 2009, SMBA, Amsterdam
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#18 Summer - June 2009 Review

Rebecca Warren

10 March–19 April, Serpentine Galley, London
#24 - November 2010 Review

Keith Farquhar

1 October–4 December, Studio Voltaire, London
#24 - November 2010 Review

Adrian Piper

23 October–11 December, Elizabeth Dee, New York
#42 - January 2018 Review

Choreography Concept for Untrained Amateurs

Gordon Douglas responds to a work by performance group, contact Gonzo, at BUoY, Tokyo, 28 - 29 October 2017 
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#43 - May 2018 Review

We’re all strangers in someone’s pub

Nasser Hussain reviews Liberating the Canon: An Anthology of Innovative Literature edited by Isabel Waidner, published by Dostoyevsky Wannabe
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#46 - July 2018 Review

Something for the Boys

Eliel Jones reviews a new film work by Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings at Two Queens, Leicester, 30 June - 1 September
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#57 - June 2020 Mathew Parkin Chronicle


A four part chronicle by Mathew Parkin, foraging queerness and rurality in recent artist moving image