Aura Satz – review by Joanna Larsen Burnett

What a very interesting artist.  Her content and her delivery where very engaging.  Her thought processes and connections intriguing. Working with sound and video and latterly performance art her collaborations with scientists, and experts in computing science and ballistics have…

Marie Lund – review by Joanna Larsen Burnett

Marie Lund, diminutive and softly spoken gave an anapaestic description of a practice which brought her to the very brink of exhaustion, pushed her to the very limits of endurance as she explored the push and pull of intention and…

Jo Lathwood – review by Joanna Larsen Burnett

Having graduated 12 years ago Lathwood’s practice has developed through a series of residencies and opportunities presented through her practice which was part of an artist’s community in a disused motorcycle warehouse building in Bristol. She talked of the thread…

After Esther Leslie on Milk – image poem by Katy Richardson

Mother (nature) Spurting sentiment Messy, wet nostalgia of suckling The first surfeit of unaccustomed food The first warm connection Brown teat in white mouth Industrialise! The White Revolution! Down with the vegan agenda! Mammy Mehturt, wolf-suckle, heavenly cow Mercurial milk…

Ben Borthwick talk – review by Susan Hamston

Curating has come a long way since the days of being a specialist charged with an Institution’s collections and being an interpreter of heritage material. For many, the first encounter with curating will be via the Web, and is often…