Mētra Saberova: Long Term

This piece, as anything and everything else really, grows out of frustration. At least that is how things seem to happen. Frustration comes from caring and caring also implies that some choices have t …

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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 …

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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 …

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Sarah Roberts: on developing practice in the face of deadlines

When Is Too Close Too Far In Practice That Treads The Deadline? Deadline vs Live Development I have a show in July, The Whitechapel London Open – it’s still a long way off and yet I have it in mind as …

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Joe Twinn: make art everything

Joe Twinn writes about the importance of making practice central to the life of the artist. Taking that this is meant to be an advisory guide of sorts detailing the possible problems and solutions a r …

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Conall McAteer: ways of working as an artist

“I think the best advice I can give is to be open and honest with the people you’re looking to engage…” Artquest: Could you describe the main ways in which you work ? Conall McAteer: Currently I’m u …

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