R.M. Sánchez-Camus: Challenges of Socially Engaged Practice

R.M. Sánchez-Camus is an artist with a socially engaged practice. He was a member of the PEER FORUM group convened by artist Eelyn Lee and hosted at Peckham Platform in 2016. In this interview with Ar… Continue Reading R.M. Sánchez-Camus: Challenges of Socially Engaged Practice

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Rosemary Cronin: Postgraduate experiences

The LIFE BOAT residency is funded by Arts Temps and the Postgraduate Community at UAL and supported by ACAVA Q: Can you talk to us a little bit about your practice and the ideas and themes that motiva… Continue Reading Rosemary Cronin: Postgraduate experiences

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Melanie Manchot: on social engagement and ethics

To launch a new series of artist talks programmed by the DACS Foundation, the artist Melanie Manchot presented her latest project, Twelve – a major multi channel video installation exploring the intim… Continue Reading Melanie Manchot: on social engagement and ethics

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Sarah Roberts: on the challenges of installation art

The Albatross of the Installation Artist //Doesn’t Everyone Dream of Making Small Work?? It’s 7.30am and I’m waiting for the loading bay to open at Victoria House for the setup of Saatchi New Sensatio… Continue Reading Sarah Roberts: on the challenges of installation art

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Laura Fowle: on the balancing act of self promotion

Accessibility > Authenticity: The balancing act of self-promotion Leaving the controlled (but comforting) structures of university: as an emerging artist, the first year out of the education system… Continue Reading Laura Fowle: on the balancing act of self promotion

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Furtherfield: new media galleries

Furtherfield exists as both an online and physical space which focuses on digital networks and how new technology and the internet impacts on art, community and beyond. Furtherfield Co Founder and Co… Continue Reading Furtherfield: new media galleries

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Steve Messam: on installation

Steve Messam has been working as an installation artist for the last 18 years, specialising in large site-specific, temporary structures. In this article he explains why it pays to engage with the loc… Continue Reading Steve Messam: on installation

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Tom Sowden: on book arts

In recent years there has been an explosion in artists choosing to make work through the book format. Some artists work exclusively with books whereas others choose to use books for specific projects.… Continue Reading Tom Sowden: on book arts

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Paul Hurley: on performance

Paul Hurley is a performance artist who has performed and exhibited both nationally and internationally since 2001. In this article he reflects on the challenge of working for free, explains why gener… Continue Reading Paul Hurley: on performance

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Stuart Croft: on artists moving image

Stuart Croft (1970-2015), an artist-filmaker based in London, put together the following five questions and answers to consider when selling artists’ moving image. http://soundcloud.com/artquest/stuar… Continue Reading Stuart Croft: on artists moving image

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