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#47 - November 2018 Review

Constant Companion

Philippa Snow reviews Seasonal Associate, Heike Geissler’s account of taking on seasonal work at Amazon
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Pastoral Drama

Eliel Jones visits Jamie Crewe’s recent exhibition at Tramway, Glasgow, 16 September - 28 October
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Blaze on, picture

William Kherbek reviews The Ballad of Saint Jerome by Jesse Darling, Tate Britain, London, 22 September - 24 February
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Gardenlust #2: The Firework Border

A monthly column by Isabella Streffen 
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#47 - October 2018 Review

Make Me Up

Victoria Horne reviews the new feature-length film by Rachel Maclean 
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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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#47 - October 2018 Review

Permanently Temporary

Lotte L.S. visits A Postcard from Amsterdam, an exhibition by Charlott Weise and Franziska Schulz at LOWER.GREEN, a temporary gallery space in Norwich
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Electric Speech

Emma Balkind reviews Telephone by Ariana Reines, published by Wonder
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Gardenlust #1: The Hellmouth

On the art of garden renovation: a new monthly column by Isabella Streffen 
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The Big Sneeze

Philomena Epps reviews Mika Rottenberg at Goldsmiths CCA, London, 6 September - 4 November 2018
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#47 - October 2018

Giving Over While

A text by Rebecca Wilcox 
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#47 - October 2018 Review

Do you really just want to be part of a band?

Notes from the 14th Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival, 20-23 September 2018, by Marcus Jack
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Mostly No

Sarah Bernstein reflects on solitary women in the fiction of Muriel Spark
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#47 - September 2018 Review

The Symptom and The Cure

Matthew Turner reviews The Anti Ecstatic Machines by Benedict Drew at Matt’s Gallery, London, 22–30 September
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Survival Kit

An essay by Olivia Scott-Berry in response to The Land+The People, reflecting on deep time, eerie geology and methods of bearing witness
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Reader’s Digest

Kirsty Hendry on the gut-brain axis
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#47 - September 2018 Review

Beneath the Platform

William Kherbek reflects on the 10th Berlin Biennale, We Don’t Need Another Hero, 9 June - 9 September