Aphantasia – an 8 Hour Shift

Andrew Bracey, Annie Morrad and Steve Dutton Three (artists) working in different disciplines improvised over a period of 8 hours – ‘a working day’ – punctuated with breaks. The ‘investigation’ was based in part on practices common to the way … Continue reading

John Latham “X Years On…”

It has been 10 years since the death of John Latham, an artist of significance and influence in the 20th century. His time based thinking confounded the world of science and art – both of which he called into question. … Continue reading

A Call to Artists • ‘Remember Nature’ • Gustav Metzger

Remember Nature, a project initiated by artist and political activist Gustav Metzger, was launched on 4 November. A call was made encouraging arts practitioners around the world to participate in a Day of Action to highlight the topic of extinction. … Continue reading

Drawing from Memory by Susan Trangmar

In the recent work of Roderick Coyne the image is submitted to a process of transcription, activating a dialogue between painting and photography which generates new possibilities for the visual image to be experienced as a material object. Painters of … Continue reading

Morris and Marx don’t rap like Eminem • “Pre-Raphaelites – Victorian Avant-Garde”

In the recently refurbished iconic St Pancras Station Hotel, Tate Britatin held a launch event for its forthcominge exhibition “Pre-Raphaelites – a Victorian Avant-Garde”. St Pancras was a fitting venue for the exhibition launch – emphasising the role of the railway … Continue reading

“Iraq: how, where, for whom?” – Kennard-Phillips and Hanaa Malallah

The Mosaic Rooms 226 Cromwell Road SW5 0SW 19 April – 12 May 2012 Tues – Sat 11-6pm See opening Video: http://youtu.be/UodHR5jyGeg What is the role of War and what is achieved by re-presenting, overlayering and photographically generating imagery of acts … Continue reading

David Hall “End Piece…1001 TV sets”

Switch Over The global TV market represents around 1,220,000,000+ TV Households with at least one TV. The northern hemisphere continues to own the most TV sets per household unit. Russia, Europe and the US were the first TV populated regions … Continue reading

Art and Public Commissions

Artists have been commissioned to produce works of art for centuries. The route from the “Medicis” to the “Saatchis” describes the changing states of art – but it fundamentally follows the propaganda machine of “Church and State”. Along the route … Continue reading