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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Jojo Taylor: Avoiding Stuckness (with Emergency Chocolate)

The following recipe is designed for recent graduates or those seeking a new way of working. Give the strict routine of numerous deadlines the chop and toss more exploration, experimentation and play… Continue Reading Jojo Taylor: Avoiding Stuckness (with Emergency Chocolate)

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Sabrina Fuller: a community of artists

Artists rent studios for different reasons: for the physical space to paint, sculpt or build an installation; for the mental and physical space to make work away from other commitments; maybe even to… Continue Reading Sabrina Fuller: a community of artists

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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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Anonymous: Where have all the massive cocks gone?

In mid-2013 Stuart Shave, the director of Modern Art exhibited a series of preparatory drawings by Tom of Finland. The show consisted of thirty figurative works that were studies for the artists’ high… Continue Reading Anonymous: Where have all the massive cocks gone?

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Anonymous: Dis-United Kingdom

A terraced house in London costs on average £550,000: that is four times the cost elsewhere in what used to be the United Kingdom. Since the introduction of the National Lottery and the opening of Tat… Continue Reading Anonymous: Dis-United Kingdom

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Anonymous: It’s popular, but what’s the value?

This is a true story: An artist attends an interview for a site-specific public art commission involving aspects of community participation. Within a few days she is told she did not get the job. Simu… Continue Reading Anonymous: It’s popular, but what’s the value?

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Kirsty Ogg ­and Marijke Steedman: the gallery problem, or, what artists can do when their work doesn’t fit in galleries

Our sixth, final talk as part of System Failure discussed the strength of galleries on an artists career, and explored how artists are validated by gallery exhibition above all other mechanisms in the… Continue Reading Kirsty Ogg ­and Marijke Steedman: the gallery problem, or, what artists can do when their work doesn’t fit in galleries

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Soraya Rodriguez and Doug Fishbone: the education problem, or, how art schools could encourage more diverse ways to be an artist

Do art schools promote too narrow a vision of what an artist’s career is like, to a narrowing range of students? http://soundcloud.com/artquest/system-failure-the-education-problem With Soraya Rodrigu… Continue Reading Soraya Rodriguez and Doug Fishbone: the education problem, or, how art schools could encourage more diverse ways to be an artist

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Ellie Rees and Lucy Newman Cleeve: the family problem, or, how the art world should work for artists with children

Our fourth talk from the System Failure series, we look at the specific issues facing artists raising families while trying to earn money to support them. http://soundcloud.com/artquest/system-failure… Continue Reading Ellie Rees and Lucy Newman Cleeve: the family problem, or, how the art world should work for artists with children

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