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#57 - June 2020 Women Painting: Scottish Art 1940-1980

A PLACE FOR 4 WOMEN, #1 WORM MOON

The first of a four part poetic response by Valerie Norris to ‘The Bitter Cup’ by Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan
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#57 - June 2020 Recollections

Dot, dot, dot, space, space, space

Maria Blom revisits three repetitive acts: encountering Magic Block: Contemporary Art from Chile, Rachel Lowe’s film A Letter to an Unknown Person no. 2 and Ceal Floyer’s audio work ‘Til I Get It Right
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#57 - June 2020 Interview

Pictorial Critique

Madeleine Pollard interviews New York based artist and illustrator Pamela Sztybel
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#57 - June 2020 Mathew Parkin Chronicle

COTTAGING THE HEDGEROW: PART 4

The final instalment of a four part chronicle by Mathew Parkin, foraging queerness and rurality in recent artist moving image
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#57 - June 2020 Conversation

SQIFFLIX: Queer community online

Through a series of WhatsApp conversations artists Rachel Sharpe and Andrw Houston (two queers in lockdown) discuss clones, politics, vengeful vampiric werewolves and say thank you to SQIFF for providing a platform for them to continue to connect.
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#57 - June 2020 Recollections

Within Four Walls

Myriam Mouflih re-watches Jumana Manna’s A Magical Substance Flows Into Me, 2016
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#57 - June 2020 Review

Every film screening, its own kind of love affair

Kaya Erdinç reviews Masha Tupitsyn’s latest book Picture Cycle, Semiotext(e)
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#57 - June 2020 Review

GROVE AND GRIEF

Clare Patterson reads ‘Grove’ by Esther Kinsky, Fitzcarraldo Editions, April 2020
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‘Liquiform Murmurs’

Nisha Ramayya explores Vahni Capildeo’s invitations in Odyssey Calling, Sad Press, 2020
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Romance in what feels like The End

Marie Lopez reviews Elaine Kahn’s latest poetry collection Romance or the End, Soft Skull Press, 2020
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#57 - June 2020 Mathew Parkin Chronicle

COTTAGING THE HEDGEROW: PART 3

A four part chronicle by Mathew Parkin, foraging queerness and rurality in recent artist moving image
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#57 - June 2020 Review

The Allure of Simultaneity

Kashif Sharma-Patel explores social poetics, culture and experimental writing in Anthony Joseph’s The Frequency of Magic
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#57 - June 2020 MAP Project

TENANCY: the agreement

by Holly Pester
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Listen To This

Neil Cooper explores a host of meditations and recent listenings on ‘the impossibility of silence’ unfolding through the past, present and uncertain future
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Attention Economies

William Kherbek attends Glasgow International’s Digital Programme 23 April - 31 May 2020
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#57 - May 2020 Mathew Parkin Chronicle

Cottaging The Hedgerow: Part 2

A four part chronicle by Mathew Parkin, foraging queerness and rurality in recent artist moving image
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#57 - May 2020 Recollections

THE TRAIN

Maria Howard recalls a train journey, a film and counterfeit memories of collective grief
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#57 - May 2020 Review

ALCHEMY FILM FESTIVAL, LIVE

Alexander Storey-Gordon tuned into (and out of) the digital programme, 1-3 May 2020
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#57 - May 2020 Recollections

LIONISING

Calum Sutherland reflects on Charlotte Prodger’s ‘SaF05’ and the lions of Venice during a trip to the Biennale in 2019
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#57 - May 2020 Mathew Parkin Chronicle

Cottaging The Hedgerow: Part 1

A four part chronicle by Mathew Parkin, foraging queerness and rurality in recent artist moving image
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#57 - May 2020 Review

Different kinds of now

Anna Chapman Parker reads Funny Weather, Art in an Emergency by Olivia Laing, Picador, London 2020
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#57 - May 2020 Review

Why, They Call it Idlewild

Erica Scourti remotely reviews Helen Cammock’s exhibition ‘They Call It Idlewild’ at Wysing Arts Centre, affirming a vision where respecting the human need for downtime is a vital act of care.
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#57 - May 2020 Editorial

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